Articles from College Development Network (CDN)

Planning the digital revolution: Our Digital Ambition for Scotland’s Colleges

A new blueprint for the digital age has been published today (9 Oct) by a partnership that includes the Scottish Funding Council, College Development Network (CDN), Colleges Scotland and Jisc.

Scotland's college sector is in strong position to contribute to international growth

Today (16 September 2020), College Development Network (CDN) published a research report which shows that Scotland’s college sector is in a strong position to contribute to Scotland’s international ambitions.

Scotland's College Expo20 goes online - Here's what to look out for...

@ColDevNet much anticipated College Expo will take place on Thursday 11 June and for the first time ever, the event will take place online, and includes a full keynote and seminar programme, along with a virtual exhibition of college sector stakeholders and other organisations. The virtual Exhibition Hall will feature a programme of short ‘Taster Talks’ from exhibitors throughout the day. Drop in to virtually meet exhibitors, browse their virtual stands and watch their talks. The one-day programme, which celebrates college excellence, welcomes keynote speakers and inspiring seminars from across Scotland, as well as England and Ireland. The event is the perfect opportunity to learn from colleagues who work, study or are otherwise involved in post-16 education and training, and to share ideas and experiences on this year’s theme ‘The Future Is Now: Learning From Lockdown’.

New Year New Look for CDN

New Year, New Look for @ColDevNet As we enter a new year and a new decade, CDN is delighted to unveil a new look and brand style.

Scotland’s National Chef inducted into Hall of Fame at CDN College Awards

Scotland’s National Chef and BBC Masterchef: The Professionals winner Gary Maclean was last night inducted into the CDN College Hall of Fame at CDN’s College Awards 2019, Radisson Blu, Glasgow.

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