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.
|Address:||King's Hedges Road, Cambridge|
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 www.camre.ac.uk/conferencing
Students from South Korea could be learning vocational skills in Cambridge after a new agreement between Cambridge Regional College and Ansan University.
26 January 2018Read in full
Staff and students at Cambridge Regional College have donated more than 400 Christmas presents to children in need across the county.
11 December 2017Read in full
Office staff at construction giant Kier swapped their desks for a hands-on bricklaying session when they visited Cambridge Regional College for a novel team-building exercise.
23 November 2017Read in full
Cambridge Regional College students and staff turned the college red in support of Wear Red Day in the campaign to show racism the red card. Students from across the college wore red, sold cakes, painted nails and collected donations in a day of activities designed to raise awareness and funds.
24 October 2017Read in full
A new apprenticeship academy has been launched in Huntingdon to provide great new job opportunities for young people.
9 October 2017Read in full
A jewellery design lecturer at Cambridge Regional College is showcasing her work in a prestigious exhibition after being shortlisted for the John Ruskin Prize 2017.
28 September 2017Read in full