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Newham College is a high quality training provider committed to delivering courses of the highest standard. We have a passion for teaching and developing people and their skills. Join us today to start your new life. Courses for adults and employers designed around the way you work and live. We offer a wide range of short courses in adult leisure, career development and Pre-university. We have courses available in the following areas: Beauty Hospitality and Catering Hairdressing Retail Services Sports and Fitness IELTS For more information call us on 0208 257 4446 or email email@example.com
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Enrol now to oficially become a Newham College student in time for September. Enrolment Procedure: Visit our East Ham or Stratford Campus to enrol today. If your course starts in September, time is running out! Late Enrolment Course places are offered on a first come first serve basis and you may not be able to start your chosen course if you leave it too late. If you have not enrolled already please come into to enrol now as coruses are filling up quickly. College Operating Hours For Summer Enrolment: 12th August - 12th September Monday - Thursday 9:00am - 7:30pm Friday 9:00am - 4:30pm Saturday 30th August: 10:00am -1:00pmSaturday 6th September: 10:00am -1:00pm Saturday only at our Reception and Admissions Centre at East Ham Campus. Located next to the East Ham campus and Samsung Digital Academy. We hope that your exams went well and that you’re looking forward to becoming a Newham College student. Everyone who has applied to start a course in September will be invited to enrol. It is essential to accept your own invitation in order to ensure that you can start your chosen course as planned. You will need to bring proof of all your qualifications in order to enrol. If you have applied then you can expect to receive more information in the post. Please submit your details here if you have not completed an application form already, or choose the course you want to study and apply online. You can apply for any of the following subjects or qualifications: Apprenticeships Business Administration, Management & Professional Hairdressing & Beauty Therapy Health, Social Care and Public Services Humanities Engineering & Motor vehicle Fashion & Tailoring Visual & Performing Arts and Media Hospitality, Sports, Leisure & Travel Services Science & Mathematics We hope you enjoy the rest of the summer break. As you've got six weeks off, we've outlined Six Perks of Studying at College. Please contact Learner Services with any questions you may have. Call 020 8257 4446 or Email email@example.com We look forward to seeing you during the enrolment period. please come into enrol from Thrusday 21st August at both our East Ham and Stratford campuses.
Enrol now to oficially become a Newham College student in time for September. Enrolment Procedure: Visit our East Ham or Stratford Campus to enrol today. If your course starts in September, time is running out! Late Enrolment Course places are offered on a first come first serve basis and you may not be able to start your chosen course if you leave it too late. If you have not enrolled already please come into enrol now to as courses are filling up quickly. College Operating Hours For Summer Enrolment: 12th August - 12th September Monday - Thursday 9:00am - 7:30pm Friday 9:00am - 4:30pmSaturday 30th August: 10:00am -1:00pmSaturday 6th September: 10:00am -1:00pm Saturday only at our Reception and Admissions Centre at East Ham Campus. Located next to the East Ham campus and Samsung Digital Academy We hope you’re looking forward to becoming a student and working towards achieving your ambitions. Everyone who has applied to start a course in September will be invited to enrol. It is essential to accept this invitation in order to ensure that you can start your chosen course as planned. You are required to bring proof of all your qualifications when you come to enrol. Further information will be delivered in the post, if you have already applied for a course. Please submit your details here if you have not yet completed an application form or choose the course you want to study and apply online. You can apply for any of the following subjects or qualifications: Apprenticeships Business Administration, Management & Professional Hairdressing & Beauty Therapy Health, Social Care and Public Services Humanities Engineering & Motor vehicle Fashion & Tailoring Visual & Performing Arts and Media Hospitality, Sports, Leisure & Travel Services Science & Mathematics 24+ Loans Financial help is readily available for all applicants aged 24 or over, who enrol to study at level 3 or level 4 in September 2014. 24+ Advanced Learning Loans have been created to help you pay for the tuition fees that many students must pay at colleges and training organisations all over the country. These loans are readily available, with no credit checks and no upfront repayments. As they are linked to your studies, you do not have to pay any money back until you earn over £21000 per year. Please contact Learner Services with any questions you may have. Call 020 8257 4446 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org We look forward to seeing you during the enrolment period.
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Former team mates Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs have offered staff and students at Newham College an exclusive insight into the opening of their restaurant, Café Football. The footballing duo recently visited the College as part of Global Entreprenuership Week and ahead of Café Football’s opening next month at Westfield Stratford City. Gary and Ryan spoke with Deputy Principal, Janak Patel, Executive Director of the East Ham Campus, Mary Herbert, and with staff and students from the catering, hospitality, business and sports departments. The College’s Sales & Marketing Manager, Ray Banton led a question and answer session with them about their careers so far, including how they ventured into the hospitality industry in the first place. Ryan and Gary talk about enterprise and football with the College's Ray Banton Gary commented: “Visiting Newham College was a fantastic opportunity for us to meet the hospitality stars of the future. One of our key aims in launching Café Football has always been to seek out the best local talent and help them to grow and develop within the company.” Ryan added: “The students’ enthusiasm for their industry was infectious and really reflected the level of passion that Gary and myself are looking for in Café Football’s new recruits. We’re really looking forward to building our relationship with Newham College in the future.” The launch of Café Football next month will see Gary and Ryan officially open their new 140 seater restaurant, on The Street, Westfield Stratford, London. Feeding a love of food and football, the restaurant will capture that authentic football culture, with hints to the great game running throughout the menu and décor. Students hear from Gary and Ryan at East Ham Campus Janak Patel hopes that discussions will lead to Newham College’s catering and hospitality apprentices working for Café Football. He commented: “It’s great to have our students learn about sports and enterprise from such talented people. “We want to train our students so they can deliver a high-quality service in businesses and in restaurants like Café Football. “We are especially impressed with Café Football’s desire to help the local community. We certainly want a long-term relationship with Café Football." Find out more information on apprenticeships. See photos of the footballers' visit.
Over 400 students put on an amazing display of their talent on 13 June during a three-hour evening, gala performance at Newham College. Students' designs take to the stage in a 7-minute plus video of the East Show Imaginative designs in fashion, hair, dance, and song were on show for around 300 family, friends and staff. The displays were part of ‘East’, this year’s name for the annual show put on by students and staff at the East Ham Campus, High Street South. College executive director, Geoff Crook said: “Our students produced a spectacular show that was challenging and fun and that entertained the audience. This show demonstrated the wealth of talented and skills that we have at the College. “Choosing East as a theme meant our students could use their skills in a flexible way and stretched their ability. “Students and staff did some of the work for this show in their free time, so it’s a testament to their personal commitment.” The show’s fantastic designs included hairstyles that reflected landmarks in east London and the East, such as the Taj Mahal, and animals, Asian bridal wear, Bollywood fashion, and versions of Western clothes. Five students created a golden dragon for the Chinese New Year. The students who contributed came from courses in fashion and tailoring, beauty, make-up, nails, hairdressing, catering and hospitality, performance arts and under-16 programmes. They had the help of friends and family who modelled clothes and other designs. They took on the challenge of the designs but also enjoyed being a super model for an evening. Beauty therapy student, Jasmin Brown 18, modelled Bollywood clothes with classmate, Raeqwan Barnwell, 17, Romford. Jasmin had done a few practise walks before she modelled her clothes. On the night she said: “It was scary at first but I got used to it. It felt it was good.” Hooray for Bollywood: Newham College students Raeqwanand Jasmin become supermodels for the East show Former Newham College student Linda Hamilton, East Ham, dressed up as a Bollywood dancer and did the make up for beauty therapy student Didi Tambana, 32, Forest Gate. Linda said: “It felt wonderful and I enjoyed every minute of it.” Former Newham College student Linda and current student Didi modelling Bollywood clothes Brooke Swinney, 19, Limehouse is studying hairdressing and contributed a hairstyle based on an animal for the Chinese New Year designs. She made a cobra snake design while her classmates worked on dragons or roosters hairstyles. She said: “It was very difficult and was challenging but I loved doing it.” In the evening, £2,000 was raised to help students in financial need through, Learning Revolution Trust, a charity that works with Newham College. More information on related courses: Beauty consultant Beauty therapy /Nail technician Stylist salon manager Hair Courses and other information Fashion Performing Arts Hospitality
The London Capital Colleges group (LCC), a consortium of 12 of London’s largest colleges, has secured a £16m cash boost to fund work-based qualifications for an estimated 9,000 adults in employment in a bid to improve skills in the capital. Following the successful bid led by Newham College, Skills Support for the Workforce will be funded through the European Social Fund (ESF) awarded by the Skills Funding Agency and will be used by the training providers within the LCC to give free workplace training and support to help the city’s workforce gain relevant skills and qualifications to advance their careers and boost business growth. Employees working for companies that employ less than 250 staff will be the winners. The funding will focus on individuals with low skills to give them a better hold in the job market and promote in-work progression onto apprenticeships and further training. Chair of the LCC and Principal of South Thames College, Sue Rimmer OBE, said: “This funding is great news for the capital and should have a real impact on people’s skills and confidence at work. Colleges can help employers inject vital skills into their workforce, which is essential to survive in a tough climate and a changing labour market.” Denise Brown-Sackey, Principal and CEO of Newham College said: “This funding is an endorsement of all the great work that the further education sector does across the capital with many thousands of small and medium sized enterprises. London colleges have a fantastic track record of innovative work supporting businesses and employees. This funding will enable LCC to develop and deliver vital training and skills to staff across a wide range of sectors, helping London-based small businesses thrive in a rapidly-changing economic market place.” The money will allow the colleges to respond to skills priorities and emerging skills needs, identified by the London Enterprise Panel, within new and existing industries including retail, health and life sciences, low carbon technologies (including waste management), hospitality and leisure, advanced engineering and digital media. Funding can also be used to support learners with intermediate and higher level skills in these priority areas. Smaller businesses will be encouraged to take up apprenticeships and increased access to higher level apprenticeships will be made available in areas such as science, technology, engineering and maths, retail and hospitality. Employers will receive business support and employees will be provided with high quality and easily accessible information, advice and guidance.
Survey shows positive outcomes for University Centre graduates Newham College University Centre (NUC) students have set up their own support body, the Student Ambassadors Group (SAG). Open to current undergraduates and graduates, it is run by a committee of ten with its own constitution and keeps within the policies of the NUC and Newham College. SAG member Carlton Gabbidon said: “Our group is independent and run by and for students. We want to enrich the student experience, foster a sense of identity among students and support the continual improvement of the NUC.” The Group aims to support students in their academic study through video guides and workshops. Ambassadors: identifiable with their own T-shirts Non-academic help will include pointing students to where they can receive financial advice, counselling, and disability support. They also want to help students find jobs and give them advice about CV writing. “We helping to organise coffee meetings for people who want to find out about NUC and we’re hoping to set up an alumni network,” said Carlton. Most NUC graduates in work or study Undergraduates at the October 2013NUC graduation ceremony Life after university is one issue that Ambassadors will discuss with students. An independent survey shows that academic study boosts people’s life chances even if their youthful ambitions did not include university. The College hired independent researchers who discovered that two-thirds of graduates surveyed were in work and four out of ten had been either promoted or found a better job.Consultants J2Profit questioned graduates in November 2013, six months after they had gained their qualifications. Nearly two-thirds of graduates were working in education or health and social work, while others were employed in sectors such as charities, retail, travel and tourism, hospitality and catering and business services. Newham College’s higher education faculty is based in Stratford, east London and began teaching students in 2011. More information Further informatiion about the Newham College University Centre Available NUC courses in March 2014