Articles from Career Colleges Trust

e-Teaching – preparing learners for work: what have we learnt from home schooling?

Teaching and learning online is not a new concept and has been with us for many years. Many FE and HE educational establishments over the years have experimented and implemented various approaches to the blended, online, flipped, and more recently the hybrid model of engaging learners in learning.

Career College students shine in online final of annual Digital Project

Students from four digital @CareerCollegesT across the UK put their creative and presentation skills to the test last week – at the virtual final of a project sponsored by Amazon Web Services (@AWS_UKI), and supported by The Prince’s Trust (@PrincesTrust), @barnardos, @HSBC and the @BBC.

Employers and educators must work together if we are to ‘build back better’

As we start to emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic, thoughts are turning to the re-building of the economy. Many businesses have suffered while other industries have met with growing demand. Logistics is one of those expanding sectors. While the entire population was told to stay at home, transportation of goods to people’s front doors has become an essential part of everyday life.

Career Colleges Trust partners with Maritime UK For National Careers Week 2021

#NCW2021 - The Career Colleges Trust (@CareerCollegesT) is joining forces with @MaritimeUK to promote the many exciting careers on offer in the ports and logistics industries.

Now is the time to support the next generation of industry experts

Grant Findlay, Strategy Director at Sir Robert McAlpine (@WeAreMcAlpine) reflects on the relationship between industry and educators during #NCW2021  With this year’s National Careers Week upon us, it is an important time to reflect on the relationship between industry and educators – and the opportunities we need to be offering our young people. 

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