- Created on Monday, 18 June 2012 09:43
PAT DENHAM, Vice Principal & Deputy CEO at South Devon College has been awarded the OBE for Services to Education in the Queen’s 2012 Jubilee Birthday Honours list.
Pat said, “I am delighted and extremely proud to accept this Honour, not just for myself but for all the committed, passionate and inspirational people it is my privilege to work with at South Devon College.”
- Created on Thursday, 31 May 2012 09:27
Colleges new training facility in Newton Abbot
SOUTH DEVON COLLEGE have expanded their Newton Abbot based South Devon Skills Academy at Pearl Assurance House with a new hairdressing and beauty therapy section.
The current provision at Pearl Assurance House, in Newton Abbot town centre, focuses on educational programmes designed to give young people not in education, employment or training (NEETs)
- Created on Thursday, 26 April 2012 14:40
Adult Learners' Week offers learners the opportunity to try out learning for FREE. This week Adult Learners' Week takes place from 12th - 18th May. Torquay Adult & Community Learning are offering some free tasters on Tuesday 15th and Wednesday 16th May at Torquay Community College.
If you enjoy creative writing, why not come along to our taster session on creating a character?
- Created on Thursday, 02 February 2012 16:42
SOUTH DEVON COLLEGE has cleared another hurdle on the path to creating over 400 jobs in Torbay after securing a further £2m investment to fund the next phase of development of their new Energy Centre – a top quality renewable energy training facility.
The additional funding, confirmed by the Skills Funding Agency (SFA) this week, will see the brand new Energy Centre built at the
- Created on Friday, 21 October 2011 14:30
TORBAY welcomed Olympic guests Steve Cram MBE, Brendan Foster CBE, Heather Fell and Paul Dickenson at a Gala Sports Dinner which raised over £2,300 for the charity, Friends of South Devon College.
This charity has a four year track record of bringing high profile sports dinner guests to the region including John Motson, Ray Stubbs, Murray Walker, Graham Taylor OBE and Lawrie McMenemy MBE.