Newham College is based across two main sites in East London, East Ham and Stratford. They provide training and education for over 13,000 students. As a Training Quality Standard Award Winner, Newham College have been recognised for their expert teaching skills. The college has excellent links with industry experts and businesses who help design their course.
Check out these stories of learners from Newham college.
Diploma in Digital Skills Level 3
The teachers are very supportive - they boost your confidence, encourage you and push you to the next level.
The course prepares you really well for a career or higher education and I now have an unconditional offer from King’s College London.
Travel and Tourism Level 2
Newham College is a great place to study. The staff are really friendly and helpful, the College is well organised and there are a lot of fantastic facilities and resources to help students reach their potential. The international work experience opportunities are especially good and I will be working in Seville, Spain for two weeks with my classmates.
The course has really helped me learn a lot and build my confidence. I now plan to progress onto the Level 3 course, then study Travel and Tourism at university.
Professional Cookery Level 3
I’ve learnt so much on this course! The teaching staff are really passionate about the students’ development and learning. They’ve given me so much support and confidence in my abilities, I’m now running my own successful catering business.
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An award for outstanding achievement for a student from a Collab Group College
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