- Created on Thursday, 23 May 2013 13:43
A valued member of staff at SOUTH DEVON COLLEGE has a very important role this week as a key note speaker for the annual ‘iMoot’ conference.
Rebecca Barrington, Learning Technologies Manager at South Devon College is running a keynote presentation at the global online conference and she was asked to be one of only 6 keynote speakers to talk about how Moodle can support learning. Moodle is an
- Created on Tuesday, 21 May 2013 08:39
To the students of South Devon College,
South Devon College will be hosting their Annual Day of Celebration on Friday 15th November at the English Rivera International Centre and would like your help in picking the best!!
Do you have a favourite Tutor that you would like to see get recognition for their hard work? Has there been a Receptionist that has always made you feel welcome
- Created on Friday, 10 May 2013 13:28
Try a Boat Free!
South Embankment Dartmouth May 25-26th 2013
The BMF South West are pleased to announce their annual Try a Boat Free Event as part of the BMF "on the water" events programme. Last year over 350 people took to the water in a variety of boats - from yachts, to luxury launches to high speed RIBs
This event is organised by the BMF South West in association with South Devon Marine
- Created on Friday, 05 April 2013 11:14
SOUTH DEVON COLLEGE held a very successful brickwork competition on Wednesday 25th March for their Level 1 and 2 students studying Brickwork.
The competition was entered by 18 students across all levels of Brickwork study at the College and it was a fantastic day for everyone, with some very creative structures being built on the day. The College will be participating in the upcoming National Skills
- Created on Tuesday, 02 April 2013 12:07
Green Light for New £9.7m University Technical College for South Devon
A £9.7m bid to create a University Technical College (UTC) in Newton Abbot has been approved by the Department for Education.
South Devon UTC - the area’s first University Technical College – will offer a new way of learning for up to 600 young