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College and Council Move Forward with New School PlansFriday 7 December 2012
College hosts local employers event and outlines vision for the futureTuesday 9 June 2015
Richmond upon Thames College hosted their first employers event last month, providing 24 businesses with the opportunity to network with other local companies as well as find out more about the college's new campus development plans.
College Students make the headlinesMonday 4 March 2013
A new magazine featuring news stories and interviews with Richmond upon Thames College students has become the must-have item across campus. The free publication, titled Celebrate, showcases the fantastic achievements of the College's students each term, allowing them to gain richly deserved recognition for their hard work and dedication both inside and outside of the College.
Going the Extra Mile...Wednesday 31 October 2012
College staff member Annemarie O'Dwyer played a huge part in raising funds for the Supported Learning department on October 21, when she ran the Amsterdam half marathon to raise money for their new equipment fund.
Lecturer wins BBC CompetitionMonday 1 October 2012
A wildlife image taken by Richmond upon Thames College lecturer Dave Foker has been voted by the public as the overall winner of the BBC Countryfile Photographic Competition.
National Apprenticeship Week 2015Tuesday 10 March 2015
New Principal joins Richmond upon Thames CollegeMonday 11 August 2014
On August 4, Robin Ghurbhurun joined Richmond upon Thames College as CEO and Principal. Robin gained a degree in Applied Science (Chemistry) at Kingston University and a Masters in Information Systems and Technology at City University. He started his career in the further education sector in 1994 as a lecturer in computing at Weald College (now Harrow College).
New sports massage courseMonday 5 August 2013
An exciting new sports massage course at Richmond upon Thames College is to be taught by the former masseuse to a host of well-known celebrities including singing superstar, Usher and former Spice Girl, Geri Halliwell. Karen Smith, a successful personal fitness trainer, will begin teaching the new Sports Massage (Soft Tissue Therapy) Level 3 Certificate with her colleague Una Smith in September.
Rugby World Cup 2015 Volunteer Try Outs conclude at CollegeFriday 19 December 2014
The final leg of the Rugby World Cup 2015 volunteer selection events, the Try Outs, concluded at Richmond upon Thames College on December 16th, following six months on the road.
Students honoured at annual awardsTuesday 17 September 2013
To see more photos of the ceremony, visit our Facebook page.
The College hosted its annual Awards Evening on Thursday 12 September at Clarendon Hall, York House in Twickenham. The evening celebrated the successes and achievements of some of the College's outstanding students over the past 12 months.