Cambridge Regional College

Cambridge Regional College

Cambridge Regional College is one of the country's top 20 apprenticeship providers and a leading business and professional training provider, as well as one of the largest and most successful further education colleges in the UK. It has nearly 3,500 apprentices currently in training and works with 1,500 local, regional and national employers. It also offers rooms, workshops and conference facilities for hire - see http://www.camre.ac.uk/conferencing/

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Address: King's Hedges Road, Cambridge
Postcode: CB4 2QT
Country: United Kingdom
Website: http://www.camre.ac.uk
Membership type:Charity <100 staff (£50+VAT pa)

Cambridge Regional College is a leading provider of apprenticeships and business and professional training, as well as one of the largest and most successful further education colleges in the UK. It is the top FE college in the country for 16-18 year-old student achievement at level 3, with 3,000 full-time students. It has nearly 4,000 apprentices currently in training and works with 1,500 local, regional and national employers. It also offers rooms, workshops and conference facilities for hire - see http://www.camre.ac.uk/conferencing/

Winner Michael Warburton, centre

Top education award for inspirational lecturer

A Cambridge Regional College lecturer has won a national education award for his inspirational work promoting student entrepreneurship.

13 September 2017Read in full

Free Apprenticeship Levy briefing for businesses

Employers are being offered the chance to get up to date with the new Apprenticeship Levy at a free breakfast briefing at Cambridge Regional College.

13 September 2017Read in full

Michael Warburton

Inspirational lecturer shortlisted for top award

Cambridge Regional College lecturer Michael Warburton is in the running for a national education award for his inspirational work promoting student entrepreneurship.

7 September 2017Read in full

CRC's Paul Breheny and Mark Robertson with the STEM award

Cambridge Regional College is STEM College of the Year

Cambridge Regional College (CRC) has won a top national award for its innovative work in STEM subjects – Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths.

9 August 2017Read in full

Delegates at CRC's apprneticeship levy briefing

Colleges briefed on apprenticeship levy

Apprenticeship experts at Cambridge Regional College staged a briefing for managers at Cambridge University colleges to guide them through the Government apprenticeship levy.

3 August 2017Read in full

CRC students with Robert Davey and Mik Kaler from Metro Bank

Entrepreneurial business students quizzed by the experts at Metro

Business experts from Metro Bank put student entrepreneurs’ ideas to the test in a Dragons’ Den-style panel at Cambridge Regional College.

1 August 2017Read in full

Talking skills at CRC

Cambridge Regional College partnership could boost skills training in China

Cambridge Regional College’s specialist lecturers could be helping train the trainers in one of China’s fastest-growing regions.

19 July 2017Read in full

CRC engineering student Will Thoday is training as a submariner

Life as a submariner beckons for engineering student

Former Cambridge Regional College engineering student Will Thoday is putting his skills to good use in the Royal Navy – training to work in a nuclear submarine.

10 July 2017Read in full

CRC students Bartek and Ben with their shortlisted games

Gaming students shortlisted for national Bafta YGD awards

Two teenage gaming students from Cambridge Regional College are in the running for a national Bafta Young Game Designer of the year award – with both their games chosen for a final shortlist.

5 July 2017Read in full

CRC lecturer Mark Piller and Polly West from EACH

Ely timber business backs student charity enterprise

A charity woodworking initiative set up by students and staff at Cambridge Regional College has donated £850 to East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) – thanks to support from an Ely company.

5 July 2017Read in full

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