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Tuesday, 14 September 2021

Learning at Bournemouth & Poole College isn’t just about gaining recognised qualifications. We have lots of students who enrol yearly on hobby courses. These courses are offered in a variety of subject areas and give learners the opportunity to develop new skills in a relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere.

Although you don’t get an official qualification on completion of one of our hobby courses, there are lots of other benefits for taking part. Whether it’s new skills, new friends or simply a great experience, there’s plenty to gain from taking part.

Friday, 10 September 2021

The Turing Scheme is organised by the government to provide international opportunities for education and training across the world. Bournemouth & Poole College are pleased to take part in the Turing Scheme and have a number of exciting opportunities for students.

The exciting international visits will offer opportunities for students to visit Dublin, Valencia or Seville in the first year. These visits will offer opportunities for students to visit galleries, museums, workshops and shows.

Friday, 03 September 2021

Bournemouth & Poole College are hosting a stand at this year’s Bournemouth Air Festival to help young people with college course and apprenticeship advice. 

The ‘It’s Your Future’ fair is located at the STEM Marquee on East Overcliff Drive, hosting competitions and exhibitions to promote Bournemouth & Poole College’s STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) linked courses and apprenticeships. The College will also be joined by local employers which operate various apprenticeship schemes.

Friday, 03 September 2021

Bournemouth & Poole College has joined a national initiative to help its staff and students support and connect with local communities in Dorset.

The Good for ME Good for FE campaign aims to generate £1m of social value via a sustainable programme of community action including volunteering, fundraising and charitable partnerships.

Wednesday, 01 September 2021

Important Update: Returning to College in September

Although the Government have continued to implement its COVID-19 roadmap, we all have a part to play and our individual actions continue to be extremely important in preventing the spread of COVID-19.

Whether you are joining us for the first time in September, or continuing your studies with us for another year, it is important that you are aware of The College's rules and suggestions to keep students and staff as safe as possible.

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