Central College Nottingham
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|CEO||John Van De Laarschot|
|DfE URN||130783 Tables|
|Students||4,000 (full time); 20,000 (total)|
Central College Nottingham is a further education college based over ten sites in Nottinghamshire, England. The college was formed from the merger of Castle College Nottingham and South Nottingham College. South Nottingham College was founded in 1970 in West Bridgford, while Castle College, Nottingham, was formed on 1 June 2006 from the merger of Broxtowe College and The People's College in Nottingham. The People's College was the oldest further education college in England, having been founded in 1847. Following a public consultation, which ran from December 2010 to January 2011, it was decided that Castle College and South Nottingham College should merge. The colleges officially merged on 1 July 2011. The merged college was renamed Central College Nottingham in November 2012. Today the college employs over around 1000 full-time staff. Its main centres are at Maid Marian Way in the City Centre, Beeston, Clifton and Ruddington.
The College offers courses from level 1 entry and foundation programmes to HNDs and foundation degrees.
Nottingham centres[edit | edit source]
Beeston High Road[edit | edit source]
The Beeston centre houses Salon Central, a commercial salon with 40 hairdressing stations & 32 beauty treatment beds, and a 1000m2 Construction Centre. It also provides courses in Art & Design, Business & IT, Digital Technologies, ESOL, Foundation Studies (including LLDD), Health & Social Care, Science, Teacher Training and Travel & Tourism. The centre is also the base for the College's International provision.
Maid Marian Way[edit | edit source]
The centre, in the heart of the City, provides courses in Access, Business & IT, Childcare, Digital Technologies, ESOL, Foundation Learning, Health & Medical Sciences and Health & Social Care.
Clifton[edit | edit source]
Farnborough Road, Clifton, houses the Visual Arts department, Uniformed Public Services and sports courses as well as the college's all-weather pitch football facility.
Highfields[edit | edit source]
Highfields is located on University Boulevard. Created in association with Toyota, the centre has ten workshops, a car showroom and a learning resource centre.
Ruddington[edit | edit source]
This centre is home to Emtec as well some of the industry's training providers. Training takes place in facilities in Ruddington where automotive training in conjunction with motor manufacturers has been taking place for over 15 years.
London Road[edit | edit source]
The centre, just five minutes walk from Nottingham Train Station and Tram terminus, is the College's Technology Centre which has three automotive workshops with a total of 32 ramps as well as Engineering facilities.
Stapleford[edit | edit source]
The centre provides specialist facilities for students with a range of physical and learning difficulties and disabilities as well as for other Foundation Learning courses.
University Level Courses at Central College Nottingham[edit | edit source]
Central College Nottingham offers a range of University-level courses recognised by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA) in partnership with higher education institutions including Nottingham Trent University, Edexcel, University of Derby and De Montfort University. Courses on offer include Accounting, Business and Computing, Childcare, Engineering, Science and Criminal Justice, Sport Coaching, Travel and Tourism and Visual Arts and Photography.
References[edit | edit source]
- "People's College Nottingham: A History". People's College. Retrieved 2014-09-20.
- "Consultation on the proposed merger of Castle College Nottingham and South Nottingham College". Skills Funding Agency. Archived from the original on 2010-11-22. Retrieved 2010-12-01.
- "Telegraph: Central College Nottingham Guide". Telegraph FE Guide. Retrieved 2014-09-20.
- "Major changes in pipeline as college plans for future". Nottingham Post. Retrieved 2014-09-20.[permanent dead link]
- "Media Enquiries". Central College Nottingham. Retrieved 2016-10-06.
- "Locations". Central College Nottingham. Retrieved 2016-10-06.
- Skelsey, Geoffrey (2015). Nottingham's growing tramway - Building on NET's success. LRTA. pp. 73–74. ISBN 978-0-948106-49-1.
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