West Yorkshire Consortium of Colleges

What the West Yorkshire Consortium of Colleges have been up to recently

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10 November 2023

West Yorkshire Colleges secure funding to accelerate digital innovation in education

West Yorkshire Colleges have been successful in securing £6.9 million from the Department for Education to digitise teaching and learning in key sectors. The funding is part of the Local Skills Improvement Fund (LSIF) and will launch a West Yorkshire digital innovation project led by colleges. The project will support…

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7 February 2023

The Green Skills Service opens up for business with breakfast event this February

The West Yorkshire Consortium of Colleges launched The Green Skills Service to an audience of associates in December, at The Yorkshire Sculpture Park. Presenters from WYCC briefed an audience of key stakeholders on the new service that offers courses , events , inspiration and resources to help businesses become more…

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30 September 2022

Webinar: Sustainable Development Goals - An Introduction for businesses

Want to understand more about the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and what they mean to your business? It's easy to get overwhelmed or lost in jargon and buzzwords about sustainability. Do we really understand what it all means, why it's important? And how can it affect and improve your business?…

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29 September 2022

West Yorkshire Colleges secure £2.6million (DfE) investment for green skills

The West Yorkshire Consortium of Colleges (WYCC) will be part of the Government’s plans to boost the nation’s skills and make sure more people can secure good, well-paid jobs that are closer to where they live. The Department for Education has announced that it will invest £2.6 million in West…

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29 April 2022

Improving teaching standards and student experience through collaboration - FE Catalyst Learning

A pilot project managed by the West Yorkshire Consortium of Colleges has enabled staff from eight colleges in the region to strengthen their professional development and curriculum expertise. The FE Catalyst Learning project was made possible through the development of a cross-college community and funding from the Department for Education.…

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