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Derby College Group IT student Karan Pabla (20) will soon have his name immortalised in print by a top author after taking part in a national challenge designed to encourage young people to enjoy reading.

A former Derby College Group (DCG) IT student has returned to the Digital Communications Academy at the Joseph Wright post 16 Academic and Arts college to inspire young people at the start of their further education careers.

Three Derby College Group (DCG) IT students have secured apprenticeships with the company that provided them with valuable work experience and support as part of their College study programmes.

RDS Global’s mission to inspire and prepare the technical employees of the future has seen the Derby-based company, which offers comprehensive IT support and security solutions, celebrate the success of its recent cohort of academy graduates.

Three sisters who started their UK learner journey at Derby College Group (DCG) have returned to thank the lecturers who supported them.

A Derby College IT student involved in the organisation's innovative Employer Academy programme has secured an apprenticeship with the company that provided him and others with valuable work experience as part of their study programme.

Brandon Bariana (19) joined the RDS Global Technology Academy earlier this year – spending 15 weeks learning about the different career opportunities available in the IT Industry.

IT specialists RDS Global has joined Derby College's innovative Employer Academy programme to showcase the varied career opportunities available to students.

RDS Global, based in St James' Court, Derby, was established in 1997 and specialises in providing tailored network services, IT support, cloud, hardware and consultancy solutions for 4,000 users in 200 locations across the UK in a range of sectors including automotive retail, builders' merchants, care homes, hotel and hospitality and professional services.

Computing students at Derby College have devised proposals for a mobile app that would help raise the profile of Elvaston Castle and attract more visitors. Elvaston Castle successfully applied to be part of a community project run by graduate trainees at Rolls-Royce.

The visitor attraction was keen to know whether it would be feasible to create a mobile app as part of its marketing efforts and the graduates undertook a year-long study.

Derby College has teamed up with risual – Microsoft's leading UK partner – to launch a new IT apprenticeship qualification designed to address a growing shortage of digital skills in the workplace.

Derby College has teamed up with Microsoft’s UK Country Partner of The Year 2015, risual Limited, to open the East Midlands’ first risual Microsoft Academy. This will offer Microsoft qualifications for learners across the College, IT apprentices and employees at businesses across the region.

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