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  • Over 500 Staff Trained in Life-Saving Skills at Senator!

    Senator, a leading supplier of office furniture, has recently partnered with Lancashire Adult Learning (LAL) to train over 500 employees in life-saving skills. The specialized team of first aid tutors from LAL worked closely with Senator to provide training sessions on how to deliver CPR and use a defibrillator in ‘first on scene’ emergency situations. […]

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  • 12 jobseekers find sustainable employment with EE through Lancashire Adult Learning’s Sector-Based Work Academy Programme (SWAP).

    Nelson and Colne College Group’s Lancashire Adult Learning (LAL) is proud to announce the successful completion of its Sector-Based Work Academy Programme (SWAP), a collaboration with DWP and EE aimed at training job seekers for competitive roles within EE. Through the initiative – which was run out of the Globe, Accrington – 12 out of […]

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  • Lancashire Adult Learning Uses World Cancer Day to Promote Health-Courses aiming to raise awareness of the disease

    Lancashire Adult Learning (LAL) is using World Cancer Day (February 4th) this year as an opportunity to promote their wide range of health & wellbeing courses, in particular those that focus on raising awareness about the main types of cancer, building confidence in discussing the disease and the importance of cancer screening for prevention and […]

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  • ONE WAY TICKET TO WELL-PAID JOBS

    Local MPs and community leaders were amongst those at Accrington and Rossendale College to unveil Lancashire’s first and only rail track maintenance training facility. Accrington and Rossendale College, a member of the Nelson and Colne College Group, has unveiled a new and unique training facility, aimed at fast-tracking locals with little to no prior experience […]

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  • Nelson and Colne College Group welcomes new Principal and CEO

    Nelson and Colne College Group (NCCG) are delighted to welcome Lisa O’Loughlin to the helm, as Principal and CEO. Joining the College Group from The Manchester College and LTE Group, Lisa brings a wealth of experience across the Further Education Sector and will ensure that Nelson and Colne College Group continues to be at the […]

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  • Lancashire student nominated for national Student of the Year award

    Lancashire Adult Learning (LAL) student, Andrea Horrocks, has been shortlisted for the Adult Student of the Year award with the Association of Colleges (AoC). This is a prestigious national award that takes into consideration nominations for students from colleges up and down the country. The AoC Student of the Year awards highlight exceptional students across […]

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  • Lancashire Adult Learning are Raising Aspirations across Lancashire

    Another successful Raising Aspirations event took place in Brierfield this month providing attendees with a variety of resources, connections and opportunities to increase their employability, financial situations and all-around well-being. The event, which took place at Brierfield’s Leisure Box, saw employers from across Lancashire setting up stands to interact directly with out-of-work attendees, or just […]

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  • Take a FREE 15 min course and learn how to save a life – Restart a Heart 2022

    In aid of Restart a Heart Day 2022 (Sunday, 16th October), Lancashire Adult Learning (LAL) are teaming up with the British Heart Foundation (BHF) in order to provide free CPR courses across Lancashire. Members of the public will once again have the opportunity to attend drop-in classes teaching important, life-saving skills, such as; CPR, defibrillator […]

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  • Deputy Principal Tracey Baron meets HRH The Prince of Wales

    It’s not every day you meet a Prince, which is why it was such a special occasion for our Deputy Principal for Curriculum and Quality, Tracey Baron. Tracey met His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales when the Founder and President of The Prince’s Trust, visited Morecambe Fire Station. The visit marked 21 years of Lancashire Fire and […]

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