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  1. Morgan Sindall Construction case study

    Norma Odain-Hines is the Social Value Manager for Morgan Sindall Construction (part of Morgan Sindall Group) in the Northern Homes Counties Region. With more than 25 years’ experience in the construction sector, Norma believes the key to the successful long-term partnership between MK College and Morgan Sindall is the shared vision to have a positive…

  2. SkillsHub:MK

    MK College Group addressing the skills gap – fully funded learning opportunities through SkillsHub:MK Milton Keynes businesses are set to benefit from a new initiative to deliver FREE courses that will help them rapidly upskill or recruit new employees. Launching today as part of a nationwide Government initiative MK College Group is leading a pioneering…

  3. FE Voices

    Welcome to #FEVoices, a series of events and resources focusing on equality, diversity and inclusion that seek to deconstruct the challenges within the FE sector. The first series looks at the challenge of racism in FE and how to evolve the agenda and face the issue together. Staff, students, experts and organisations alike have come…

  4. Flexible Working for the Future

    Flexible working, agile working, or as one of my colleagues calls it – “work-life integration” is a hot topic at the moment. Conducting research for this blog has led me to have some interesting conversations with colleagues, friends and my wider network about their thoughts on how flexible working is fast becoming a key element…

  5. Unique Teacher Training Partnership

    Milton Keynes College and Two Mile Ash Initial Teacher Training Partnership are collaborating in order to train more teachers and fill gaps in city classrooms.  Nationally, government targets for teacher training have been missed for the past seven years with many schools struggling to recruit staff. Unique partnership to train teachers for Milton Keynes The…

  6. Anglian Water Alliance students celebrate apprenticeship success

    A group of students from Milton Keynes College are celebrating after becoming the first to be awarded Groundworker apprenticeship jobs with Anglian Water’s Alliances. The six students have become the first cohort to successfully complete the College’s full-time Level 2 Anglian Water Alliances Construction programme, a bespoke course designed as a long-term partnership between industry and…

  7. Award Winning Apprentice

    The nominations are in for Milton Keynes University Hospital Apprentice of the Year Awards 2020, and the winner is… Cara Crotty, Communications Apprentice! Cara tells us, ”I am so thankful to be MKUH’s apprentice of the year! My apprenticeship has benefited me in so many ways – it has given me fantastic experience in the…