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Student Union News

Short community and professional courses for adults

Published Wednesday, January 25 2017

We have short community and professional courses help you learn new skills and gain qualifications to enhance your career prospects, and introduce you to new and exciting hobbies. We believe there's something for everyone, and our wide course range includes hair and beauty, catering, art, and digital. To make studying easier, they run on...

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Lecturer Allan proves himself a cut above

Published Monday, January 16 2017

South Tyneside College barbering lecturer Allan Stone has become a master of his profession after his skills were recognised by a national industry body. Allan, who teaches students part-time alongside running his business, Stoney’s Barber Shop in Laygate, South Shields, has been named a Grandmaster Barber, the highest honour awarded to a...

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Maths Week Winners!

Published Friday, December 16 2016

We just wanted to say a big congratulations to the students who won our Maths Week competitions, and well done to everyone who took part in all of the activities! Poster Competition 1st Prize (£20 Shopping Voucher)  - Courtney Hyde – Cookery Level 2 Runner up (£10 Shopping Voucher)  – Stephanie Price...

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14-19 year olds unsure of what employers look for in a CV

Published Wednesday, November 30 2016

Employers are far more likely to be impressed by a CV which demonstrates attention to detail/spelling & grammar (66%) and work experience (64%) than one which focuses on qualifications, according to new research published today. However this has come as a surprise to 14-19 year olds. 56% of those asked said they think that employers look...

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