The Department for Education have this month announced the bursary rates for 18/19, for training FE teachers, with an updated bursary for English subject teachers. The financial incentive behind the bursary launch is to attract new high-quality graduates to become teachers in the FE sector.
On Friday 19 January, the Centre celebrated graduation with 60 students and their families and friends. Students graduated from Foundation Degrees in Person-centred Counselling and Psychotheraphy and Early Years, Masters Degrees in Social Work, Coaching, Career Development and Coaching Studies, Career Education, Information and Guidance in Higher Education and a PhD in Built Environment, Health and Well Being.
A number of students attended an after event to share stories of their future work and education plans with their tutors and supervisors.
The Centre is very proud of all of its students and the journeys they take to achieve their goals.
Dozens of CLL students saw their hard work pay off as they graduated at the University’s annual ceremony on Wednesday 19 July.
Students from nine courses, ranging from Masters to Foundation level, collected their certificates in front of cheering friends, family and loved ones at the ceremony hosted in The Butterworth Hall in Warwick Arts Centre.