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Engineering is for Everyone!

A highlight of the official opening of the new Harlow Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering Centre (HAMEC) in March was a visit by pupils and teachers from the local Downs Primary School, who were here to take part in an engineering competition and look around the new Centre.

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The Doors are Open for our Future Engineers

Construction of the NEW £11million Harlow Advanced Manufacturing & Engineering Centre (HAMEC) on Harlow College campus is now complete. The keys were officially handed over on the 22nd December and work immediately began on installing the state-of-the-art equipment that will provide unrivalled technical facilities for the College’s engineering students.

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Google Digital Garage at Harlow College

On 3rd February The Google Digital Garage on Tour rolled into Harlow, where an invited audience of local businesses, College staff and Digital & IT apprentices were given a masterclass in learning crucial skills for the digital age.

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SafeGuard Clothing Donation to Harlow College

Harlow College has received a further donation from SafeGuard Clothing as part of the brand's continuous commitment to improving the Public Services education through the supply of bullet proof vests for local schools.

Our Public Services students will benefit from even greater ‘real life’ role play and training exercises thanks to a generous donation from SafeGuard Armour, international manufacturer and distributor of body armour and bullet proof vests. SafeGuard have kindly donated the College one of their bulletproof vests, which you can find on their website.

Donations like those provided by SafeGuard allow our Public Services students hands-on experience with the equipment they will come to use later in their careers as well as improving the quality of their educational understanding. Speaking on behalf of SafeGuard, Thomas Bowman explains: “By providing samples of our bulletproof vests we can help provide students with a unique advantage that will benefit them later in their careers, and helps them understand how protection against knives and guns actually works.”

Paul Bird, Public Service Course Leader added “These sample bullet proof vests provide not only a first-hand experience of protective equipment, but provides opportunities for role-play and specific training exercises. Unique experiences like these give our students a crucial advantage that improves the quality and enjoyment of our Public Service Programmes”.

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