Bishop Burton College is pleased to announce they have been awarded the national Quality in Careers Standard for its careers education, information, advice and guidance (CEIAG) provision.
The Quality in Careers Standard is a dedicated national quality award and is strongly recommended by the Department of Education to form part of all state-funded further education colleges’ careers strategies.
The new Principal of East Riding College has spoken of his pride at taking on the position, and said he’ll be fully focused on ensuring students develop the skills and knowledge required to meet local industry needs.
Danny Metters officially joined the college in June after nine years in various roles at Bishop Burton College.
East Riding College Principal Mike Welsh will retire at the end of May. During over four years in charge Mike oversaw a number of major developments. Most significantly, he led the College through what was described as an exemplary merger with TEC Partnership, securing its long term, sustainable future.
Mike’s tenure has also seen significant increases in student and apprentice numbers as well as the construction of a brand new Institute of Technology at the College’s Flemingate campus.
Students from Bishop Burton College were amongst the jet-set last month thanks to a number of study tours that have seen them enjoying life-changing experiences over 3 continents.
Journeying to Sydney, South Africa and Seville Level 3 Sport, Business, Animal Management and Travel and Tourism students enjoyed a fortnight living, studying and participating in hands-on work experience placements in these far-flung and exotic locations.
Bishop Burton College is delighted to announce their hugely successful Football Academy has reached the final of the English Colleges Football Association (ECFA) Premier National Cup.
Two years after winning the ECFA Premier League, the college has reached the national cup final for the first time, firmly cementing Bishop Burton Football Academy’s place as one of the strongest college football programmes in the country.
The launch of the region’s biggest celebration of women in business has been announced for Thursday 7 April 2022, with tickets now available to the public.
The Women of Achievement Awards, organised by Women in Business Hull, celebrates the achievements of businesswomen across Hull and East Yorkshire, who either run their own business or hold a leading role in their profession, industry, organisation or charity.
Bishop Burton College is thrilled to announce they are hosting an exciting new family-friendly day out on Sunday 20 March.
Building on the hugely popular Lambing Sunday that the College ran for many years, Spring Live is an all-new fun-packed day, which will allow the public to explore the beautiful campus grounds and enjoy an array of family-orientated entertainment and activities.
An important milestone in Bishop Burton College’s development was marked last week by the launch of its new Centre for Precision Agriculture, which was officially opened by Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness.
MP for Beverley and Holderness, Graham Stuart, has sung the praises of schools across his constituency – offering his thanks to teachers, teaching assistants, governors, and parents and pupils themselves for their resilience and flexibility during the coronavirus pandemic.
Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, virtually met Bishop Burton College’s Chief Executive and Principal of the College, Bill Meredith, and Chair of Governors, Alan Menzies, to hear how they have coped with online learning during the pandemic.
Current champions are going head to head with first-time finalists in the battle to be crowned the “best of the best” at this year’s Remarkable East Yorkshire Tourism Awards.
The much-anticipated shortlist of finalists, revealed today by Visit Hull and East Yorkshire (VHEY), is being described as “the most exciting ever”. Tourism bosses say it’s testament to the popularity of the region as a visitor destination and the range of what’s on offer.
Travel and tourism and business students at Bishop Burton College will be broadening their horizons on a trip to work in Spain.
Students in the second year of their Level 3 courses in travel and tourism and business will be given the chance to gain crucial experience of working in another country in the two-week trip to Seville at the end of March 2020.