Students, from Walford and North Shropshire College (WNSC) will soon be able to experience the thrill of being in the presence of wild animals in their natural habitats; animals they might otherwise never get the opportunity to see.
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It’s that time of year again. The Oswestry Campus of Walford and North Shropshire College is holding its ever-popular annual Fashion Show. This year however, as well as the Hair and Beauty department, the brand new Scholars Restaurant will be involved in the event.
The Community Education department of Walford and North Shropshire College (WNSC) has taken on a new tutor at their Shipley Campus. Starting in November this year, Gaye Johnson will be offering three half-day, Card-Making Workshops. People are invited to attend any or all of the sessions.
A Walford and North Shropshire College (WNSC) Equine Apprentice has been appointed as Assistant Yard Manager at the Walford Campus of the College.
Skills for Working Life students, have put together a scary display in the atrium at the Walford Campus of Walford and North Shropshire College.
On Saturday 2nd November, the Shropshire Mammal Group will be holding The Mammal Society’s Autumn Regional Seminar at Walford and North Shropshire College. Representatives from various regional organisations will be present, including Shropshire and Gloucestershire Wildlife Trusts and the Vincent Wildlife Trust.
At Walford and North Shropshire College we offer the Apprenticeship in Gamekeeping and Wildlife Management at Levels 2 and 3.
The Scholars Restaurant at the Oswestry Campus of Walford and North Shropshire College will be opening its doors to business women from around the County in the near future when the Chamber of Commerce hold their next Network of Women event in the College’s Boardroom.
On Saturday 12th October at 12pm, the Mayor, Chris Schofield, officially opened our second mural, ‘Great Expectation’.
With less than 11 weeks, and counting, to go before Christmas week, and even less time to the start of the party season, now really is the time to start thinking about getting organised.
Governors and staff at Walford and North Shropshire College (WNSC) are celebrating the go-ahead for a new Foundation Degree in Animal Science validated by Staffordshire University.
Walford and North Shropshire College (WNSC) will be opening the doors to its brand new training restaurant later this month. Everyone is invited to come along to the Official Launch which will take place on Thursday 17th of October at 6.30pm. The restaurant will be opened by Celebrity Chef, Marcus Bean, who is a regular on This Morning and various other television programmes. WNSC governors, staff and students will be present from 5:30pm to answer any questions people may have about the restaurant or about courses available at the College.
Walford and North Shropshire College (WNSC) will be hosting their annual open evening on Thursday the 17th of October, the evening will be a great opportunity to find out more about all courses, but in particular, the really successful TNS Football Scholarship and Academy Programme.
Colleagues from across the Marches have given a fond farewell to Katie McCombe, Manager of Three Counties Professional Development Partnership (PDP). Katie has handed over leadership of the Partnership to Paul Cordey, one of her fellow managers at Walford and North Shropshire College (WNSC) after having completed more than 26 years’ service.
Following the success of this summer’s “Be a Keeper for a Day” experience enjoyed by many children, Walford and North Shropshire College’s (WNSC) Animal Management Centre based in Baschurch, near Shrewsbury, are re-launching the programme to allow adults to enjoy the experience too. Participants of eight years and older will be able to visit the College during future school holidays and spend a day being a ‘Keeper’.
Acting quickly when someone is in cardiac arrest and fighting for their life is crucially important. When someone goes into cardiac arrest, every minute without CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) and defibrillation reduces their chances of survival by 10%.
Walford and North Shropshire College’s Careers and Progression Adviser, Christine Thompson, has arranged for representatives from the National Citizen Service (NCS) to visit the Walford and Oswestry campuses this week.
Walford and North Shropshire College is proud to announce that they have recently been re-accredited by the Matrix Standard.
As the sun shone, Walford College Farm was a particularly busy place recently as it opened its gates to the Public and over 400 people took the opportunity to visit its new Dairy Centre.
Sport is one of the major specialisms at Walford and North Shropshire College, working with a range of high profile partners across the County and beyond. The core sports training opportunities at the College focus on 16-19 full-time programmes of which the most popular is the TNS scholarship programme.