Archive for College News
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We look forward to helping you advance your learning.
All of the Construction Management and Architectural Technology degree students who have studied at UCJ Highlands have gained First Class Honours.
They are the seventh cohort of students to study for the courses on-island and will graduate in October from London South Bank University. The group of six gained their degrees in two years, impressively studying part-time whilst working full-time.
Nathan Clothier, a Construction Management student, was also awarded the Chartered Institute of Building [CIOB] Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Fund 2014 Award for his academic attainments. Other students will receive recognition for their attainments from local professional institution branches and also the UK Professional Institutions that accredit the programmes.
Highland’s long term partnership with London South Bank University has been on-going for 14 years with seven student cohorts, 29 First Class Honours degrees and 82 graduates who are all eligible for Chartered and professional membership of the Chartered Institute of Building and the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists.
Highland’s is proud that it is able to contribute towards the construction industry in Jersey by providing degree level training on-island. This latest set of results is a firm foundation to build on, and the College looks forward to shortly welcoming the eighth cohort of students.
Further details about the Construction degree programmes and its feeder programme, the HNC Diploma in Construction, can be obtained from Tony Bechelet at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Highlands is looking for part time lecturers to deliver on our exciting CIPD programmes.
Contact Jeff Reed on 608528 or email@example.com to find out more.
“The standard of education is incredibly high, with a diverse range of excellent tutors on hand, coupled with a brilliant work placement scheme aimed at increasing employability” Ross Barker, University Student at Highlands.
You can read this fantastic article by Ross Barker online as it features in the Jersey Chamber of Commerce,(Chamber JUNE ONLINE 2015).
Ross has just finished his first year at the University Centre at Highlands, studying for an FdA in Financial Services.
Well done to Adrian Goldsborough, one of our culinary arts teachers who has been nominated in the Best Teacher category at the Pride of Jersey Awards!
Adrian has been described as ‘a great ambassador for the Island and a true gentleman’ and has been teaching at Highlands College for four years, having previously worked at some of the Island’s most acclaimed restaurants, including Sumas, Bohemia and Longueville Manor.
Former pupil Cambridge Jacklin described Adrian as having ‘…a kind, patient, caring attitude and extensive knowledge’.
She added: ‘Adrian taught me culinary arts and I can honestly say I wouldn’t be where I am now without his guidance. He definitely deserves this award.’
Edna Heavey described Mr Goldsborough as ‘dedicated, hard-working, an all-round nice fellow and a great ambassador for the Island’.
And Martin Glynn said: ‘Adrian deserves this award because he works very hard with his students as a professional and as a confidant. He has worked through the ranks to get where he is and he is a true gentleman.’
Support Adrian and vote today!
Members of the general public, students and parents are invited to Highlands College Great Hall, 29 July for an evening workshop to hear islanders’ views about the current system for University courses and to hear ideas for new methods of funding.
You can register for the event online by clicking here.
For more information please open the full News Release below from the States of Jersey, Education Sport and Culture Department.
The new Highlands College part-time leisure and professional course programmes are out NOW!
You can now ENROL ONLINE for the adult leisure courses.
Fuel your passion and personal growth through leisure learning.
Expand your horizons and career growth through vocational learning.
For more information you can pick up a booklet from Highlands College Reception today; Click here to see course lists
Highlands College are pleased to announce a new course in Animal Care.
City & Guilds Level 2 Certificate in Animal Care – this is a one year part-time course, designed for people who are currently working with animals or seeking a future career in the animal care industry. This course is also ideal for pet owners who are keen to expand their knowledge and provide their own animal with a high standard of care.
To find out more please attend the open evening, Tuesday 14th July 2015, 6PM – 7.30PM at JSPCA Animals’ Shelter, St. Saviours Road.
We look forward to meeting you soon.