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New AM2 Centre opens at Newcastle College


A new assessment facility for apprentice electricians has opened at Newcastle College.

Trainee chefs get masterclass from Mark Sargeant


Yesterday wasn't an average day for trainee chefs at Newcastle College. They were given the unique opportunity to cook with Michelin starred chef, Mark Sargeant.

HE open evening – still time to apply


Newcastle College will be holding an open evening on Wednesday 18 March to give local people advice on higher education courses and tuition fees.

Acting students to follow in footsteps of Hollywood legends Grace Kelly and Robert Redford


Two Newcastle College students are following in the footsteps of screen legends Grace Kelly and Robert Redford by securing a place at the prestigious American Academy of Dramatic Arts (AADA).

Newcastle College Principal welcomes apprenticeship wage increase


The Chancellor, George Osborne outlined an increase in the minimum wage for apprentices in his last Budget before the General Election

Lord Puttnam visits Newcastle College to inspire the next generation of filmmakers


Multi-Oscar winning film producer, Lord David Puttnam CBE brought the magic of movies to Newcastle yesterday as he hosted a special workshop at Newcastle College.

Multi-million pound Rail Academy 'a critical part of the future investment in skills'


A new multi-million pound training facility, which will help to secure the future of rail engineering in the North East, has received support from the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills.

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