We are proud of our students and what they achieve. Whether they go on to university, go into employment or join an Apprenticeship, we know that BCoT has given them the skills they need to succeed in their next steps.
Our learners and staff share the common values of being respectful to others, ready to learn, and safe in and out of the college. To find out more about our aims as a college, you can read our full strategic
plan and strategic summary.
Students excel at BCoT – all part of a unique combination of expert teaching from industry specialists, state-of-the-art facilities, work experience, unrivalled employer links and a happy and supportive environment. This means that our students can leave us with confidence and skills for life. As you can see from our impressive results, we are one of the best colleges in the country for Apprenticeships. Alongside this, our Level 3 achievement is on a par with the best colleges in the local area – so academic achievement is assured at BCoT.
Basingstoke College of Technology (@BCoT) is hosting its first Open Event on Tuesday 13 October, but due to government guidelines, the College is taking the event online for the second time. The Virtual Open Event will not only give prospective students the chance to find out more about the College from the comfort of their own homes, but also to showcase the technology rich learning style and innovative use of IT offered at BCoT.
@bcot announced as an EdTech Demonstrator College
Basingstoke College of Technology (BCoT) has recently been identified as one of 20 schools or colleges across the country to be EdTech Demonstrators by the Department of Education.
During these unprecedented times @BCoT has introduced several measures to support its students, staff and the local community while the country is being asked to stay home to prevent the spread of the #Coronavirus
Thanks to the College’s in-house technological skills, on Monday 23 March 2020, all classes were taken online using the Google suite of learning and communication technologies to ensure lessons went ahead without disruption. Classes have been interesting and interactive with great collaboration between students and teachers, including cooking demonstrations via videos and online classrooms where students can talk and work together on projects using live spreadsheets, with teachers being able to oversee everything and provide instant live feedback. The College hasn’t closed completely, and has been open to help vulnerable students have access to the support they need during the pandemic.
This week, in conjunction with #InternationalWomensDay @BCoT invited female students from The @CostelloSchool to a workshop in our #Engineering department where they could find out more about studying engineering.
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