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Leicester College encourages conversations around women’s safety

College staff and students live stream discussion on women’s safety following recent news on the murder of Sarah Everard in London @LeicesterColl Staff and students from Leicester College have live streamed a new video call in which female members of staff and students had an open discussion about their experiences of, and thoughts on, women’s safety.


Four-week level 1 course enables students to qualify for Construction Skills Certification Scheme Green Card to work on building sites

Developing a new digital marketing strategy

On 20 March 2020, colleges and universities across the UK were closed in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. @LeicesterColl was no exception and since then, with the city of Leicester moving into new tiers and different lockdown restrictions, the College has faced a number of challenges, primarily with the changing delivery of courses but also with the way in which it communicates with existing and potential new students.

Leicester College to upgrade facilities at Abbey Park Campus to support new T Levels programme

@LeicesterColl will complete major new building works at its Abbey Park Campus to support the new #TLevels programme. The refurbishment work will be funded by a successful application to the Department for Education’s T Level Capital Fund 2020-21. This will significantly improve facilities for students on the new T Levels technical study programmes starting in September 2021.

New HND course in Applied Computing available at Leicester College

Leicester College (@LeicesterColl) has launched a new HND Applied Computing course for students looking for a career as an IT professional.

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Women Empowerment: How Far Have We Come in Recent Years?: Here in the UK, the past year has been difficult for ever…
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