East Coast College was formed from the merger of two successful colleges in Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft, East Coast College is an established further education college offering fantastic breadth and depth of subjects and vocational training – turning your passions into professions.
East Coast College will hone your skills and expand your talents whilst helping to nurture your wellbeing and employability skills. Top quality student services and careers guidance will help develop you as an individual and achieve your full potential.
Hundreds of students from ECC, every year, go on to University or an apprenticeship, into work and build very successful careers. They pride themselves on being an integral part of their students’ individual journeys; offering quality teaching and learning, and excellent student success and wellbeing.
@EastCoast_Coll will return to some commercial training from the 8th of June, with some teaching of year 12 students and apprentices recommencing from the 15th June, ensuring students gain licenses to practice to allow work progression. The College will continue to work with all students over the summer to guarantee progression and focus on vulnerable learner groups supporting mental health and improving social conditions.
As we look to the future, one thing is certain: the class of 2021 will look very different to previous intakes. As for the local businesses they serve, ECC does not have a masterplan handed down from the Government to implement. Rather, the Government advises and the College uses its own leadership to decide the best, safest and most-effective way to welcome students back to class. Our mission is to create a place of both learning and safety.
Wendy Stanger, Director of Governance at East Coast College has been awarded an accolade for good governance by The Chartered Governance Institute, organiser of the prestigious ICSA Awards 2019. Wendy won the coveted Governance Professional of the Year award at a glittering awards celebration at the Park Lane Hilton in London last night.
As colleges begin to plan for 2019/20 this offers a time of reflection. Both Further Education and Higher Education must have looked back on 2018 as a troubled time, with disruption to funding, changes in policy and public confidence confused with 2019 heralding likely more change through Auger Review and the post-Brexit public finance apocalypse.
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