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Aston Villa Ladies FC Holds Annual Awards Evening

News / 5 June 2019

Aston Villa Ladies FC held their annual awards evening end of May with players from Aston Villa Football Club (AVFC) and Education Girl’s Academy in attendance. The Aston Villa Ladies Senior Team who play in the Women’s Super League Championship, the second tier of women’s football were also present. The team, based at Sutton Coldfield […]

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BMet to host Virtual Open Day

News / 4 June 2019

Last year it was twelve hours, one college, and lots of tweets.  This year, it is twelve hours, three colleges, lots of tweets, Instagram posts and more! Wednesday 5 June will see BMet open its doors for the second time to give an access all areas peek into what college life is like. Running from […]

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Jam Packed Weekend

News / 24 May 2019

Birmingham is set to be a hive of activity this weekend with two major events –  Pride and the Great Bham run! We are delighted that we will have market stalls at both events!   On Saturday 25th May we will be at Pride, the biggest LGBT celebration in the UK. You will be able […]

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Some helpful advice as exams get into full swing

News / 17 May 2019

… it’s all going to be fine. As you are now in the all-important exam season, we thought we’d share the best tips out there to deal with exam days. Whatever happens, you can speak to us about what you want to do next to achieve your career goals. Get Ready Food: get a decent meal […]

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Stourbridge College Announcement

News, Press Release / 3 May 2019

BMet, Dudley College of Technology and Halesowen College have announced 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. The announcement comes following a three month review led by the FE Commissioners team and will see BMet transfer […]

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Students give hope to those struggling with mental health

News / 15 April 2019

Students from Matthew Boulton College took part in an exciting industry led project judged by Amazon bosses last month. Students from the college competed alongside 58 students from across the country. The 16-18 year old students undertook an eight-week challenge – which was run by the Career Colleges Trust in partnership with AWS, Samaritans, London […]

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Career ahead at BMet Open Events

News / 1 April 2019

Have a career dream you’ve not yet realised?  Career moving in the right direction but want to upgrade your skills?  Then step inside the BMet College group, Careers Open Events. On Wednesday 03 April a trio of the BMet colleges will be throwing their doors open between 4-7pm at the Careers Open Events. A host […]

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Get Excited For September

News / 26 March 2019

We want to give you an opportunity to take a peek into your future at our careers open event taking place at James Watt, Matthew Boulton and Stourbridge Colleges on Wednesday 3rd April. A range of speakers are set to talk about their experiences across a range of careers that are sure to inspire you. […]

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Interview with an apprentice

News / 5 March 2019

To mark the 12th National Apprenticeship Week, one of our employers invited us into the workplace to interview some of our apprentices to see how they are getting on, what inspired them to apply for one and any advice they have for budding apprentices.   adi founder and CEO Alan Lusty created a pre-apprenticeship work experience programme […]

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BMet blazes a trail this National Apprenticeship Week

News / 4 March 2019

BMet will be waxing lyrical about the benefits of apprenticeships to mark the 12th National Apprenticeship Week (Monday 04 March to Friday 08th March).  In the spirit of the theme of the week, the college plans to blaze a trail, encouraging people of all ages and backgrounds to take up an apprenticeship. A jam packed […]

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