Derby College Group (DCG) has launched a special programme of part time and distance learning study programmes for adults this Spring – enabling people to retrain, reskill and even reinvent their career options.
A group of Public Services students from Derby College Group’s Broomfield Hall are to carry out important marshalling duties at Derbyshire’s largest Covid-19 vaccine centre.
Derby College A Level student Bhavan Bains has spearheaded the launch of a new Student Mental Health Society to support and motivate her peers during the continued pandemic.
Derby College Group (DCG) is holding a special National Apprenticeship Week virtual information evening on Thursday February 11 to support young people who have their sights set on working while they learn and getting the first foothold on the career ladder.
Derby College Group (DCG) has been awarded a £780,000 government grant to create new laboratory and integrated IT facilities for students who will join the second stage of the T Levels roll out programme this September.
Derby College (DCG) Public Services students recently joined an initiative to highlight that properties vulnerable to burglary could be eligible for free security improvements as part of a major project to boost safety in the West End area of Derby.
IT students at Derby College Group’s Joseph Wright Centre are working with a local marketing agency to develop the broader skills they will need in their future careers.
Derby College Group (DCG) has launched a new student-led initiative to further enhance the quality and effectiveness of using technology in face-to-face and virtual teaching, learning and assessment.
Derby College Group (DCG) has announced its plans for lockdown to ensure students who need to access online learning and resources at college can do so safely.
Derbyshire firm Lubrizol has helped IT students to learn better during the lockdown by donating high-tech speakerphones to mark the start of a new exciting employer academy tie-in.
Hundreds of students and staff across DCG have been involved in Derby City Council’s Christmas Cheer project which is providing much needed support and festive cheer to particularly vulnerable and elderly people across the city.
Derby College Group (DCG) has become just the fourth in the UK to be awarded College of Sanctuary status in recognition of the support it provides to the asylum and refugee community in the city.