Bucks College Group has successfully delivered and completed the first cohort of Cache Level 3 Award for Special Education Needs Co-ordinator (SENCO) qualifications in the Early Years, for 22 learners in conjunction with Bucks County Council.
Natasha Ann Bates, a first year student at Buckinghamshire College Group in Amersham, has been crowned the Peter Jones Young Entrepreneur of the Year for 2019.
She received her national accolade after a gruelling ‘Dragon’s Den’ presentation in front of a panel of distinguished business leaders and entrepreneurs chaired by Peter Jones.
Computer Games Design students at the Aylesbury campus came out on top after winning the ESport National Enterprise Challenge run in association with Staffordshire University. Students had to research, develop and pitch their idea for an ESports game/event and present their final work to a panel. Judging criteria included the Idea, Design/Brand and the Presentation itself.
Special Effects students Enya Hansford and Tsvetelina Maninkova from the Aylesbury campus have been selected to exhibit their work at Origins Creative Arts Festival taking place at the Truman Brewery in London this month.
If you are currently in empoyment but would like to expand your learning, or if you would like to study a leisure course in your spare time, then the college offers a vast range of part-time courses which can be explored at our dedicated Open Evening at the Wycombe campus this Thursday 27th June from 5-7pm.
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