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Calderdale College Tutors Cycle Coast To Coast For Overgate Hospice

12th May 2009 Calderdale College Tutors Cycle Coast To Coast For Overgate Hospice

Four colleagues from Calderdale College are planning to cycle 200 miles from coast to coast across the breadth of Yorkshire, from Robin Hood's Bay in the east to Saint Bees in Cumbria, in aid of the Overgate Hospice. Plumbing tutors Stephen Baitscheff from Sowerby and Les Wilson from Saville Park are teaming up with IT support officer Philip Eastwood, also from Sowerby and brickwork and plastering assessor John McGowan from Highroad Well, in memory of John's father-in-law, Frank Lord, who was cared for at the Overgate Hospice until his recent death.

Calderdale College Tutors Cycle Coast To Coast For Overgate Hospice – full story

Calderdale College Launches New Foundation Degrees

12th May 2009 Calderdale College Launches New Foundation Degrees

More Foundation Degrees than ever before are on offer locally, following the publication of Calderdale College's new Higher Education Prospectus for 2009-10. Foundation Degrees are business and work-related and accessible part-time to people already working within an industry as well as full time. New courses for 2009 are: Architectural Technology, Construction Management, Design Practice, 3D Interiors & Architecture, Business, International Business, Retail, Sports Coaching & Performance Management, Management for Social Care and Management for Children's Care.

Calderdale College Launches New Foundation Degrees – full story

37 Degrees

9th May 2009 37 Degrees

37 Degrees is the latest production to be staged by the Performing Arts students at Calderdale College. The plot is centred on an exploration of the behaviour of a young man, who is socially repressed and dominated by erratic obsessional behaviour who enters the safe sanctuary of a fall out shelter. However it is also a place of judgement and trial, containing necessary cruelty. Michelle and Rachel portray their own narrative which alludes to his ultimate sin. Sadistic and erotically fantastical each character has their own agenda. Ultimately 37 degrees is a play about the issues of our contemporary world which allows us to recognise that religion is an archaic social struggle which forces the characters in to a position of insanity.

37 Degrees – full story

Hairdressing competition

7th May 2009 Hairdressing competition

A group of Young Apprentices in Hairdressing from Calderdale College have just completed the initial stage of a contest to take part in the National Habia Young Apprenticeship of the Year competition. Devon Gibson has emerged as the successful apprentice with her design based on the British Army to be put forward by the College to take part in the national competition.

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White Ribbon Campaign

7th May 2009 White Ribbon Campaign

The White Ribbon campaign is a registered charity which stands for the 'eradication of male violence against women'. Each year it encourages people, particularly men to wear a white ribbon for one week starting 25th November.

White Ribbon Campaign – full story
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