Camile Walters Wright is currently working as the Metal Fabrication Apprentice at the National Theatre and has recently completed the Level 2 Welding Skills course at Richmond upon Thames College (RuTC) to support his role. He joined the National Theatre in September 2016 with no prior welding skills and now helps to build the scenery that is needed for the plays.
On Thursday 17 August, Richmond upon Thames College was pleased to report its A Level results for 2017. With 611 entries across 30 subjects these results represent achievement on a grand scale.
Richmond upon Thames College (RuTC) is delighted to announce a brand new partnership with fitness industry trail blazers, HPT5. For anyone wanting to start a new career doing what they love in fitness or massage, HPT5 provides a hugely rewarding learning experience in their exhilarating programmes.
On Thursday 13th July, Richmond upon Thames College (RuTC) alumni member George Imafidon was awarded 7th place in the Rare Rising Stars UK’s Top 10 Black Students awards by Rare Recruitment.
This year, for the first time, students who have been offered a place at Richmond upon Thames College (RuTC) for September have been given access to the 'New Student Moodle' virtual learning environment (VLE) designed exclusively for them.
On Monday 17th July, Richmond upon Thames College (RuTC) Foundation Art & Design course co-ordinator, Caroline King, hosted a Summer Exhibition tour at the Royal Academy of Arts (RA) in Piccadilly.
Over the last few months, staff and students at Richmond upon Thames College (RuTC), collected five pence pieces to help raise money for the One Million 5p Challenge set by the college’s chosen charity, Shooting Star Chase, the children’s hospice in Hampton.