Dudley College of Technology builds new future for construction training in East London

May 13 2019
Dudley College of Technology builds new future for construction training in East London

Dudley College of Technology is proud to announce that it has been awarded the Centre Manager contract for the Waltham Forest Council-led Construction Training Centre in Leyton, East London.  Working in partnership with Simian Risk, the Uk’s leading scaffolding training provider, the college will take over the day-to-day running of the centre, which was previously run by CITB as part of its raft of raining centres across the country. The new centre to be known as Advance – Technical Engineering and Construction Training Centre, will offer full-cost, full-funded and Apprenticeship training to residents and businesses across the southern regions.

Forward thinking step for FE provision across the Black Country

May 03 2019

BMet, Dudley College of Technology and Halesowen College are pleased to announce changes to further education delivery in Stourbridge and the Black Country which will ensure that all students and applicants continue to receive an excellent learning experience.

Black Country and Marches partnership wins prestigious Institute of Technology

Apr 10 2019
Black Country and Marches partnership wins prestigious Institute of Technology

The Secretary of State for Education has today approved a bid led by Dudley College of Technology to create an Institute of Technology (IoT) as part of a new wave of government funded skills institutions. After an exhaustive procurement process the project has moved to the ‘pre-award stage’ which in effect gives it the green-light to go ahead.

College confirms return of funds following audit

Mar 28 2019

Dudley College of Technology today confirmed it has provided in its accounts to return funds to the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) following a review of the late withdrawal of apprentices and work placed learners in 2015/16 and 2016/17. The College was notified of concerns of late withdrawals by EFSA in December 2018 and immediately began an investigation appointing RSM to undertake an advisory audit conducted in agreement with the Agency. The advisory audit was completed in January and RSM reported their findings to the College’s Audit Committee and ESFA in March 2019.

College confirms Saudi monies in the bank

Feb 18 2019

Following the recent termination of its work in Saudi Arabia due to ongoing delays in receiving payments for activity that had been undertaken under the College of Excellence programme, Dudley College of Technology is pleased to acknowledge the full-payment of all outstanding debts.

Dudley College of Technology terminates contract in Saudi Arabia

Jan 18 2019

Dudley College of Technology is disappointed to announce that we are discontinuing our work with Colleges of Excellence in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. On-going delays in receiving timely contractual payments have lead us to reach this difficult decision. It is a great shame as our work in Saudi Arabia has been both profitable and impactful, especially on the lives of young women in the Kingdom.

Higher Awards Graduation 2018

Dec 04 2018
Higher Awards Graduation 2018

HE Graduation 2018 saw almost three hundred people celebrate the achievements of Dudley College of Technology graduates at our annual higher education ceremony. With students graduating in over 30 programmes of study, staff, family, friends and members of the college’s corporation all came together to share in their success.

Black Country MPs and Principals celebrate College’s Week and call for fair funding of FE

Oct 22 2018

The Principals of the six colleges in the Black Country came together today with their local MPs to celebrate the valuable work that is being done in the further education (FE) sector to transform the skills of young people and adults living across the local area. The meeting was the culmination of a range of activities locally and nationally which have been part of the Association of Colleges (AoC) campaign, under the umbrella title of the “Love our Colleges” which has called on government to invest more in colleges and their staff.

Celebrating Success 2018

Sep 24 2018

Students celebrating their successOver 200 guests including thirty students their families, friends and staff who have played a part in their success came together on Friday evening to celebrate their outstanding achievements in this year’s Celebrating Success gala event.

Award winners came from across all of the curriculum areas including STEM, Business, IT and Teaching, Service Industries, Technical and Creative and Cross College programmes and represented the full diversity of our student body – each with their own personal narrative as to how they had succeeded on their learning journey.