The word 'aspire' represents our learning culture. We are proud of the experience of learning we are able to offer our students in their time with us. Not only do so many score outstanding examinationsuccess, they progress to the next phase in their lives - be that university, employment or further education and training - well-equipped to meet all new challenges with strongly developed learning skills, robust independence of mind and the confidence to excel.
This is a truly exciting time to consider training in the field of clinical hypnosis. The field of neuroscience presents us with new advances on an almost daily basis. The potential to help clients tochange unwanted feelings or behaviours is quite staggering and professionally qualified hypnotherapists do this on a daily basis. What a wonderful way to a gain a sense of personal achievement and satisfaction.
1st Premium College is committed to providing the most accessible and affordable education in the UK private education sector, bringing together the elements of a Post Graduate Diplomas, GraduateDiplomas, Advance Diplomas, Diplomas and Certificates level education. Our primary aim is to provide high quality education, using rigorous academic standards, at ultra-competitive prices.
The College Arms, is one of the few remaining real Country Inns left in England, we are a family run business, recently taken over by a Mother and Son team who bring vast international hospitalityknowledge to this beautiful Inn. Full of History, The 16th Century building is full of Charm and Character, furnished with parquet, and flag stoned floors, real oak furniture, and huge inglenook fireplaces.
Welcome to Al-Noor College, the Secondary Girls School is situated in the centre of Sparkhill, as an integral part of local community. Tough the school has been formed as an Independent organizationstill it works under the umbrella of Ameer-i-Millat Welfare Trust. Most of the pupils of the school are Muslims from the local community, mainly from Pakistani/Mirpuri and Somalian origin.
On Monday, 20th April, Julie Ferman (Head of Year) and Liz Cole (College Counsellor) attended the second annual YSS (Youth Support Services) Worcestershire Young Carers conference. The conference,which was held in Hartlebury, was organised by the young carers themselves with the support from the communications agency DRP. HRH The Princess Royal attended the conference as patron of YSS and gave a keynote speech to promote the work of YSS.
Meet one of our Year 10 students Amy and find out what she gets up to at NCW, how life has changed since she joined the College and the kinds of IT equipment she uses to access her work. This film hasbeen produced in partnership with NCW and Dolphin Computer Access who have a shared goal to deliver support and tools to enable students who are blind or partially sighted to realise their full potential and become independent.
Futures College is a Highly respected centre for quality education and training that offers tuition and guaranteed placements for a wide range of professional and academic courses ranging fromundergraduate, Masters level. The College was founded in 2008 and now has well established link with British Awarding and professional bodies. The college prides itself on a High standard of teaching and supports it with offers to students to help them succeed in achieving their goals.
We have also been running short programs including Health & Safety, Food Hygiene, Personal Licensing course, DSA Driving Theory, Life in the UK etc. Currently we are looking to expand in variousfields of education including Business Administration Management, Healthcare Management, IT and Media and many more.
As the new Headteacher of Bishop Perowne C of E College, my vision is to make it a school of choice in the area and an exceptional learning environment that goes 'the extra mile'. I have come fromWolverley CE Secondary School where I was Deputy Headteacher and one of the key contributors in driving significant changes to aid the recent excellent Local Authority review of the school. At Bishop Perowne, I want to see students achieving academic and personal success to increase their future choices.