Our current brochure
Our new Spring Term 2020 brochure is now available! Get enrolling now for your courses starting in the New Year, up to April 2020. You can download the brochure (pdf, 8MB). Remember you can enrol on-line for many courses, or we are happy to take your call or see you in centres too.
AAT Champion Award Winners
Did you know that Newcastle City Learning recently won the AAT Champion Award?
In this category the judges were looking for training providers that have made an impact in supporting their community, improving social inclusion and mobility, through the delivery of AAT qualifications. Our new AAT accountancy courses are proving incredibly popular, and fill up quickly as people enrol to gain new skills and qualifications in bookkeeping and accounting. Keep an eye out for what courses are running in our termly brochures, and sign up!
Sid comes home
Our Study Programme learners relished the chance to be involved in Elmer's Great North Parade, which raised money for St Oswald's Hospice. They decorated a Little Elmer, named Sid, after choosing a theme around identity. The project incorporated many different skills, and the learners took their inspiration from a range of artists to create a piece of art that reflected their own identity and what was important to them. Sid took part in the trail, and is now back home at the Westgate Skills Centre in the reception area for all to enjoy.
Our next markets are:
Thursday 2 April 2020 11am - 3pm and Thursday 4 June 2020 11am - 3pm
We hold regular markets at Westgate College where our learners can sell their arts, crafts, gifts and food from across the world. They gain valuable employability skills to set up their own businesses in the future. Everyone is welcome. Speak to your tutor to take part, or come along and support us on the day and pick up a bargain.
All further education providers have a duty to safeguard their learners and keep them safe from being exploited by extremists. The prevent Duty is not about discouraging our learners from having political and religious views and concerns, but about supporting them to use those concerns or act on them in non-extremist ways.
Prevent Duty: If you Notice anything unusual, Check it out and them Share it by contacting 0191 277 3502 or email Julie.firstname.lastname@example.org remember - Notice - Check - Share. Here is a link to our Prevent animation
Newcastle City Council (which Newcastle City Learning are part of) also have a generic email address which you also use to report any concerns you may have about Prevent: email@example.com
Reporting Incidents of Hate Crime: Stop Hate UK. There's a 24hr hotline on (Freephone) 0800 138 1625. People can text on 0771 798 9025. Online reports can also be taken at www.stophateuk.org