Stoke on Trent College launches Oliver Marshall Sports Leaders Academy

Stoke on Trent College launches Oliver Marshall Sports Leaders Academy

A new sports coaching academy at Stoke on Trent College will see sports students donating more than 600 hours each year as volunteer sports coaches across Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire, in memory of their former fellow student, Oliver Marshall, who passed away last year. The Oliver Marshall Sports Leaders Academy will be launched at an event … Continued

Students set off for humanitarian adventure

Students set off for humanitarian adventure

Fifteen students from Stoke on Trent College will travel to South Africa this month for an eleven-day volunteering trip which will see them distribute food parcels, volunteer at a shanty town soup kitchen and deliver sports and arts activities in schools. The students will travel to South Africa after raising £650 each to fund their … Continued

Apprentices strike out in community roles at Port Vale FC

Apprentices strike out in community roles at Port Vale FC

A partnership between Port Vale Foundation and Stoke on Trent College has seen five young people successfully complete Apprenticeships with the club’s Community department. The Port Vale Foundation, which operates as a registered charity, now employs three former apprentices in full time roles as community sports coaches, delivering a range of community sessions. Former apprentices … Continued

My Saturday job turned into an award-winning apprenticeship

My Saturday job turned into an award-winning apprenticeship

When 15-year-old Jasmine Lowe got a weekend job as a waitress, she had no idea that three years later she would be an award-winning apprentice in a blossoming career. To mark National Apprentice Week Jasmine, from Stoke-on-Trent, is sharing her story in the hope that it will encourage others to consider an apprenticeship too. Jasmine … Continued

College directors proof that Apprenticeships are a route to the top!

College directors proof that Apprenticeships are a route to the top!

Two directors at Stoke on Trent College have told how they started their careers as apprentices, as we celebrate National Apprenticeships Week. Ryan Johnson, a campus director, started his working life as a motor vehicle apprentice, whilst Heather Marks, Executive Director for the quality of education, started her career as a floristry apprentice. Ryan age … Continued

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