West London College is formed from four main colleges, offering a wide range of courses from catering and automotive engineering to construction and health and social care in locations right across west London. Our four colleges are Hammersmith and Fulham, Ealing Green, Southall Community and Park Royal.
We have around 12,500 students many of whom have gone on to be industry leaders in their fields, such as, Michelin starred chefs like Atul Kochaar and Mark Hix.
@westlondoncol - Mansour Eldouma provides a shining example of the benefits of lifelong learning. Aged 65, Mansour embarked on a HND Healthcare Practice Level 5 to achieve the knowledge and professional skills that will enable him to work confidently and effectively in a variety of healthcare settings. Whether those are voluntary or paid roles, Mansour has a huge drive to help others to overcome difficulties and to be happy.
Seven West London College students have completed paid work placements (1 March – 26 March 2021), as ward support staff within the NHS to help with the Covid-19 crisis. The students worked for the Imperial College Healthcare Trust within St. Mary’s Hospital, Hammersmith Hospital and Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, helping to maintain vital stocks of supplies and medicines and supporting patients with their care.
@springpod, @westlondoncol and @HeathrowAirport comment on: Six colleges have joined forces to ensure their students don’t miss out on work experience opportunities during lockdown. Over one thousand 16-18-year olds will take part in the virtual work experience programme funded by the Department for Education (DFE), starting on 22 February 2021. Top employers will give the young people online webinars to demonstrate the latest technologies in their business sectors and show them best practice.
West London College (@westlondoncol) was thrilled to receive 289 Dell Laptops today (29 January 2021) from the DfE as well as twenty Microsoft Surface Go 2 tablets from the Daily Mail’s Computers for Kids Campaign. The much-needed laptops, provided by the Department for Education (DfE) had been expected. The tablets, which had been given to the Daily Mail charity, Mail Force by Lloyd’s Banking Services, were a wonderful surprise. The College had learned about the gift just the day before delivery. Deputy and Assistant Principals, James Taylor and Tracy Round Turner, were on hand to receive the precious cargo.
The Chefs’ Forum is proud to announce that due to “exceptional” interest from both colleges and industry, the first CPD (Continuing Professional Development) virtual conference will take place from West London College (@westlondoncol) 14 -15 and 20-21 January 2021.
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