Eight top school chefs from London competed at the regional School Chef of the Year competition recently, hosted by Croydon College.
A group of Croydon School of Art students worked with Parlee Art, a professional artist and illustrator, last week to decorate a wall inside the College building.
Croydon College welcomed over 60 pupils from Al-Khair Primary School as part of the College’s work as the country’s only UNICEF Rights Respecting Further Education College.
Billy Donovan finished his apprenticeship course in December 2013, and has since carried on working for Mitie – a company specialising in property and energy management.
Croydon College apprenticeship student Aiden Hoadley is currently working for design and construction company Setsquare Staging.
What do Crystal Palace FC, John Lewis, Gatwick Airport, Toyota and Estée Lauder all have in common? They all attended the launch of Croydon College’s new Employability Initiative.
Selecting which study path to take can be a tough decision, but for Lucas Oliveria, the decision to study for an apprenticeship was an easy one.
National Apprenticeship Week 2014 has kicked-off and Croydon College is celebrating the occasion in style!
With the unemployment rates remaining at high levels in Croydon, the ever-growing need to equip the borough’s young people with the tools required to flatter potential employers is especially vital.
To help our students meet a network of new employers and develop their job interview techniques, the College has opened an Employability Hub.