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Four Northern Regional College students have qualified for the Worldskills UK Live Competition in Birmingham next month. The College will be represented by Mechatronics students, Haydn Roebuck and Joshua Pyper, from Ballymena who are both are doing a Foundation Degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering; Carpentry apprentice, Samuel Gilmore from Coleraine who is the current SkillBuild Young Apprentice of the Year and Thomas Hamill from Carrickfergus. Thomas is doing a Level 3 Extended Diploma in Interactive Media at Newtownabbey.

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If you are unemployed, aged over 18 years, and would like to work in the hospitality sector, read on to learn about an exciting opportunity to kickstart your career. Northern Regional College and the McKeever Hotel Group, in conjunction with the Department for the Economy, has developed an intensive programme to give unemployed people the skills needed to apply for vacancies within the Group.

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Northern Regional College is hosting a series of events to celebrate the achievements of some its remarkable students who completed inclusive learning programmes at the College. Over 120 students and parents, including a group of 20 students from Sandleford School in Coleraine, attended the first event at the College’s Ballymoney campus. Among those to receive certificates of achievements were Lifeskills students who completed entry level awards in ICT, Literacy, Numeracy, Cookery and Independent Travel.

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Top Up Your GCSE English or Maths Grade

Friday
7th September 2018

Want to top up your GCSE English or Maths grade? We have introduced short GCSE revision classes starting from Monday 17 September at our Trostan Avenue, Magherafelt and Newtownabbey campus to help you get up to speed for January series of examinations. If you are already enrolled on a full-time course at the College you will only have to pay for the examination fee, for all other students there is an additional tuition fee. Visit your local campus today to enrol.

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Bespoke Training for Tullyglass Staff

Friday
31st August 2018

Northern Regional College has developed a bespoke training programme to help staff at Tullyglass Hotel continue to deliver exemplary service to guests. Almost forty full-time and part-time staff from across all departments in the popular County Antrim hotel have now completed accredited training programmes in Customer Service and Sales. Both courses were delivered by Hayley Love, a part time lecturer at the College who has a wealth of experience in the hospitality sector.

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Northern Regional College is committed to ensuring that people with learning difficulties or who have problems communicating will always feel welcome at the College. Fifty staff are to undergo JAM card awareness training to help them make users of the card feel welcome across all campuses. The JAM card, which stands for Just A Minute, is a simple but effective innovation aimed at supporting people with learning difficulties and autism.

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