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  1. MP praises course keeping jobless on track for work

    MP praises course keeping jobless on track for work

    Work and Pensions Minister Iain Duncan Smith was given a lesson on how to repair railway track when he visited Waltham Forest College on Friday. Students on Pathway to Employment programmes showed him how to shovel ballast, manoeuvre sleepers and clip rails into position.

  2. Uxbridge College and Brunel University volunteering day a success indeed

  3. College apprentices win engineering scholarships

  4. Prime Minister's Office, Downing Street, welcomes Stanmore Media students

  5. Barking & Dagenham College students design app to help mental health doctors

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The Association of Colleges (AoC) exists to represent and promote the interests of colleges and provide members with professional support services.

AoC's structure includes a busy national office in London, an active network of nine regional offices which work closely with colleges and government agencies in their regions, and a very wide range of member networks, through which college staff , governors and students inform and shape AoC policy and activity.

For more information please visit the AoC website.


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