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Staff and students at Northern Regional College’s Trostan Avenue Campus in Ballymena underwent CPR training in support of World Restart a Heart Day on 16 October. Training has been taking place across all of the College’s six campuses this week, to mark the day and to raise awareness. CPR zones were set up on each campus and trained staff were on hand to explain the importance of CPR and demonstrate the technique. Automated External Defibrillators (AED) are now installed in all College campuses, and demonstrations were carried out on how and why they are used.

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In support of World Restart a Heart Day on 16 October, staff and students at Northern Regional College’s Newtownabbey Campus underwent CPR training. Training has been taking place across all of the College’s six campuses this week, to mark the day and to raise awareness. CPR zones were set up on each campus and trained staff were on hand to explain the importance of CPR and demonstrate the technique. Automated External Defibrillators (AED) are now installed in all College campuses, and demonstrations were carried out on how and why they are used.

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Art and Design students at Northern Regional College got a fascinating insight into the potential career opportunities ahead of them when renowned artist Jason Millar visted the College. Belfast-based Jason is widely recognised as one of Ireland’s most fashionable and collectable contemporary artists with work included in private and corporate collections worldwide. He also counts golfers Rory McIlroy and Darren Clarke, as well as celebrity chef Jamie Oliver amongst his notable buyers.

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Following the recent news of Wrightbus entering administration, Northern Regional College held a training and course information event at its Farm Lodge campus in Ballymena on Friday 04 October. Careers advisers from the College and the Department for the Economy were on hand, along with lecturing staff, to provide advice and guidance on qualifications, skills and courses. The College has worked closely with Wrightbus for many years and the event highlighted their ongoing support and encouragement for former employees and the wider community at this turbulent time.

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Samuel Gilmore, a Carpentry and Joinery apprentice at the Coleraine campus, is through to the final two in the Apprenticeship category of the European Alliance for Apprenticeship Awards and your vote could help him get over the line.

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Former employees of Wrightbus are invited to attend a training and courses information event at the College’s Farm Lodge campus this Friday, 4 October from 10 am – 2 pm. Careers advisors from both the College and the Department for the Economy will be on hand, along with lecturing staff and other agencies, to provide advice and guidance on qualifications, skills and courses.

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