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Northern Regional College’s Newtownabbey campus has hosted the regional final of SkillWeld 2019 – the UK’S most prestigious national welding competition. Tadas Dobrovlskis from Antrim, a trainee welder at the Newtownabbey campus, beat off the challenge from other competitors to get the highest score on the day. Kyle Wilson and Oran Gallagher, trainees at NWRC, filled second and third spots respectively.

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Award Winning Engineering Student

Tuesday
25th June 2019

Northern Regional College Engineering student Rafal Filah swept the boards at the College’s awards ceremony in Ballymena. Originally from Poland, Rafal (21) has been living in Northern Ireland for the past 12 years. He attended the College’s Farm Lodge campus and achieved the highest grade possible in his BTEC Level 3 Engineering Diploma finishing with a D*D*D* grade profile.

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Top Engineering Students Recognised

Tuesday
25th June 2019

The achievements of the top performing Engineering students at Northern Regional College in Ballymena were recognised at the School of Engineering & Built Environment’s annual awards ceremony. Caleb Haines, from Coleraine, who completed a Higher Level Apprenticeship (HLA) in Advanced Manufacturing Engineering, was presented with the Dayle Smyth Endeavour award while Rafal Fila from Ballymena, won the Concord Cup for the best performing Level 3 student over the past two years. Rafal was also named FE Student of the Year.

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Education is a privilege and every opportunity for learning and continuing professional development should be grasped to the full. Speaking to students and their guests at the College’s Student Awards ceremonies at the Magherafelt campus, Bill McCluggage, member of the College’s governing body, who presented the awards, reminded the audience that education was not so widely available for young people in other countries.

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Pictured, second from left is Hollie Murray who was recently awarded Inspirational Student of the Year at Northern Regional College’s 2019 Student Awards. Hollie, who is from Ballymoney and has recently completed Year 1 of an Extended Diploma in Health and Social Care at the College’s Coleraine campus was awarded the accolade in recognition of her success over adversity and position as a role model for other students.

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Simon Osborne Air Ambulance NI Appeal

Thursday
20th June 2019

Staff and students at the Magherafelt have got behind the Simon Osborne Air Ambulance NI Appeal to help raise money and awareness for the charity’s lifesaving work. Level 3 Engineering students at Magherafelt campus marked the end of the academic year with simulated car racing at Room2Race in Ballymoney with all proceeds from the event going to the charity.

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