BTEC First Diploma in Business students were treated to a special workshop today organised and developed by West Yorkshire Trading Standards Service. This financial literacy programme is designed for young people with the aim of educating them about financial knowledge. As a young person, there are a lot of things to think about in terms of long term finance, whether it is a major decision such as going to university or moving into new home never mind the everyday budgeting issues.Money skills comes to College – full story
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Josie Cameron from Oakenshaw received her Professional Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling Level 5 at Calderdale College's formal graduation ceremony in Halifax this week.Josie uses her new skills to help others – full story
Calderdale College’s formal graduation ceremony celebrated the achievement of a record number of learners gaining higher education qualifications at the College this year.Record number of Graduates from Calderdale College in formal ceremony – full story
Two Calderdale College students have been awarded first class honours degrees on the BA (Hons) Visual Arts Degree course. Ruth Beazley from Mill Bank and Sheila Woodhead from Luddenden Foot were among eight students to complete their degrees, run in partnership with Leeds Metropolitan University, at the college’s Todmorden campus.First Class Honours Degrees for college artists – full story
A Halifax man who lost his sight following a car crash and who has gone on to champion the cause of others with disabilities, is one of three local people who are to be recognised for inspiring others.Inspiring by example â€“ three to receive awards – full story