L-R Karen Spencer (Principal of Harlow College and Stansted Airport College), Ken O’Toole (CEO, London Stansted Airport), Adam Bryan (Managing Director of South East Local Enterprise Partnership), Cllr Kevin Bentley (Deputy Leader of Essex County Council), The Rt Hon Robert Halfon MP (Chair of the Education Select Committee), Howard Rolfe (Leader, Uttlesford District Council)
Stansted Airport College has been officially opened at a ceremony led by Robert Halfon MP, Chair of Education Select Committee and London Stansted CEO Ken O’Toole.
An NCTJ journalism skills conference took place at Harlow College on November 29-30 to discuss the future of journalism and how news and media is developing in the modern age.
The Association of Colleges (AoC) has partnered with ITN Productions to launch ‘Learning for Life,’ a flagship news-style programme championing the benefits of a college education for the individual and the wider UK economy.
Stansted Airport College welcomed its latest addition on Wednesday 14 November, in the shape of a fully functioning jet plane.
The Fashion department of Harlow College has partnered with St Clare Hospice’s new, local charity shop, Scarlet Vintage & Retro, in a fashion-upcycling project to restore and reinvent vintage clothing sourced in-store.
AWARD winning journalist John Stapleton told journalism students at a recent visit to Harlow College: “You are there as a guardian of the public, to ask the questions they would ask if they were there themselves.”
Harlow College is proud and excited to be a part of the Construction Skills Fund. We look forward to working with the Department for Education, the Construction Industry Training Board and our partners to deliver construction training programmes for local people that meet the needs of employers and address the construction skills shortage.
Public Health England have signed an agreement with Harlow College to develop a strategic partnership to explore opportunities for students to work and be trained at their new £450million campus in the town.