Creative learners have helped scoop a national award for best e-learning after collaborating on an innovative project.
Grimsby Institute’s Hospitality team have proved their excellence by scooping a prestigious national teaching award.
Staff members including Curriculum Manager Paul Robinson travelled to Birmingham to collect a Professional Association for Catering Education (PACE) award for Excellence in Teaching.
LOCAL veterans are invited to join us at the Grimsby Institute next month for an evening with motivational speaker Guy Batchelor.
The free event, which will see Guy chart his transition from military to civilian life, aims to connect with veterans returning to education and taking steps towards a new career.
Performing Arts learner Paige Lowe has dedicated her half-term break to mentoring youngsters after climbing the ranks at a local holiday club.
The 18-year-old, who is currently studying for her Level 3 extended diploma, has been involved with social enterprise Climb 4 since starting at college two years ago.
Staff and digital creative learners from the Grimsby School of Art have been busy putting the final touches to an exciting showcase set to be unveiled at Freshney Place.
The Show Offs exhibition will be open to the public from the 5th-11th February and will include fashion, photography, music, performing arts, moving image, games design, professional writing and visual arts.
Staff and students are set to reap the rewards of a growing partnership with a German college as a fully-funded exchange programme prepares to draw to a close.
Ella Gronemeyer, Oliver Monschan, Mara Drinhausen and Ulla Debeur of the Heinrich-Hertz Europakolleg in Bonn, Germany are set to depart on Saturday after spending three weeks experiencing life at the Grimsby Institute.
Learners are preparing to pit their wits against thousands of games designers from around the world as part of a major competition visiting Grimsby this weekend.
Global Game Jam is an international record-breaking contest, which challenges teams from around the world to create their own game in 48-hours.
Chief Executive Gill Alton will form part of a select team of seven education leaders set to advise government officials on skills policy.
FE Commissioner Richard Atkins has revealed details of the principals’ reference group, which will be used as a sounding board for subjects such as the development of T-levels.
Are you a big Masterchef fan? Or do you love Jamie Oliver? Whichever you prefer, hospitality and catering combines the best of cooking and other industry jobs. This means that you will have the chance to train in the kitchen, front-of-house and many more.
Started in 1909 in New York City, International Women’s Day has grown across the world as a way to respect the economic, political and social achievements of women. It was adopted by the United Nations in 1977 and this year’s theme is ‘Women in the Changing World of Work: Planet 50-50 by 2030’.