- Created on Tuesday, 04 January 2011 11:31
FEW could rival Francis Leishman’s long service to South Devon College. The IT lecturer, who is based at South Devon College’s Management Centre, Heathfield, has been at the college both as a student and as an employee since he was 19.
But either way it would be unwise to challenge this multi-faceted man since the 47-year-old has made a six year study of Aikido, the defensive marshal art and is
- Created on Tuesday, 11 January 2011 14:16
January 18: 9am 4pm: Women Do Business Showcase
South Devon College Management Centre, Heathfield, Newton Abbot.
January 27: 5pm to 8pm: South Devon College Open Evening (all welcome)
Vantage Point and University Centre, Paignton.
January 28: 7.30am to 9am: First BA Innovations Breakfast Networking
event with Newton Abbot and District Chamber of Trade
South Devon Management Centre,
- Created on Wednesday, 26 January 2011 13:56
Dr Richard McIntosh will be holding an entertaining and amusing workshop and free seminar at South Devon College’s University Centre, on February 2nd for top South Devon engineers, designers and manufacturers wanting to discover cutting edge solutions to problems.
Dr McIntosh’s background has been both in engineering and academic research. He has developed solutions to many industrial design a
- Created on Tuesday, 01 February 2011 15:53
Charlotte Power boldly opened her stylish Floc hairdressing salon in Kingsbridge’s Fore Street just over two years ago – at the start of the recession. Her belief in the move has been borne out by its continuing success.
She is also in no doubt about the part being played by her two South Devon College Hairdressing apprentices, Amie Parker, 18, from Moreleigh, and Laura Williams, 18, of Kingsbridge.
- Created on Tuesday, 01 February 2011 16:05
Birchell Marine’s two branches have a commanding presence on both Torquay and Paignton harbour sides – and have this year outstripped last year’s sales at the London Boat Show.
The firm, which was started by Roger Birchell in 1987 on the garage site at Preston traffic lights, expanded and moved to their harbour side locations around three years ago. Antony, his son, now runs the