This year’s fresher’s fair was bigger and better than ever! Staged mostly in the College’s new Inspire Centre, eager learners were queuing way before the ten o’clock opening time; with community band Sambalifax kicking-off the event outside. Right from the off the sport’s hall, which was hosting the event for the very first time, was packed, as it was for almost the entirety of the four hours.Freshers Fair is biggest and best yet – full story
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If you’re thinking about returning to education or developing your skills for the world of work, then recent government changes could really help you. If you are aged 19-24 then you can now study for your GCSE English with no tuition fees at Calderdale College!FREE Tuition for GCSE English at Calderdale College – full story
Local musicians have the opportunity to showcase their talent in a Battle of the Bands competition at Square Chapel Centre for the Arts, Halifax on Tuesday 18th October 2011 from 7.30pm -10.30pm. Entry to the competition is free and open to all ages.BATTLE OF THE BANDS – full story
TES announced the shortlist for the first annual TES FE Awards this week. Out of hundreds of nominations from all over the country for providers large and small, Calderdale College is one of the six that stood out for their creativity, originality and passion.Calderdale College is shortlisted for a TES FE Award 2011 – full story
CALDERDALE College’s multi-million pound extension opened its doors to students for the first time last week. The “Inspire Centre” is part of an £8 million redevelopment scheme which includes a new entrance to the main college building on Francis Street, Halifax, a new cafeteria, partial refurbishment and redecoration throughout.‘Wow factor’ college opens new buildings – full story