Four Entry to Employment (E2E) learners, Courtney Hanson, Kyle Spruce, Manzaar Mahboob and Nishat Amin, have successfully achieved their Functional Skills qualification in Mathematics. The students are the first to gain the national qualification which is set to replace Key Skills when it is introduced across the College in September. Sumeira Akram and the rest of the E2E team are positive these students are the first of many to succeed.College first for E2E learners – full story
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Pupils at All Saints’ Primary School were treated to an afternoon of dance by students from the Calderdale College Dance Academy this week.Learning Through Dance – full story
A plumbing training officer and assessor rolled up his sleeves and went back to the floor this week to highlight national Apprenticeship Week 2010.'Back to the floor' for Apprenticeship Week – full story
Graphic Design student Janice Parker so impressed the owners of the Moorings pub in Sowerby Bridge that they asked her to design their new signage and branding.Graphic Design Student Rebrands the Moorings – full story
Calderdale Training’s first Hospitality & Catering Apprentice is blazing a trail for others to follow. 18-year-old Simon Maude from Sowerby is an apprentice at Temujin, the popular Mongolian stir-fry restaurant in Sowerby Bridge where watching your meal being cooked is part of the spectacle.First Hospitality and Catering Apprentice Blazes a trail – full story