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Due to the weather conditions Stockport College will close today at 1pm to allow staff and learners to leave to give then plenty of time for travelling home, as we have been informed that the weather conditions are likely to continue until 3pm.

We plan to be open tomorrow as normal.

Please monitor the Stockport College website, our social media channels and listen to Key 103 radio for updates.
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Stockport College is currently unable to receive incoming calls due to a fault with our service provider. We are working to correct the fault and provide regular updates on our website and social media channels.

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Stockport College is open today as usual (Thursday 29 January).

Give yourself plenty of time travelling to and from college.

Take care on icy surfaces.

Be safe.
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A Stockport College tutor has been shortlisted for an award as one of the best further and higher education teachers by a national magazine.

Stephen Field, who teaches association of accountancy technician (AAT) programmes at the Wellington Road campus, has been recognised for the quality of his teaching by financial sector specialist PQ magazine. Stephen discovered he had been nominated when he received an invitation to attend an awards ceremony at Café du Paris in London next month. He has been named with four other teachers who represent further and higher education institutions from across the UK.

Stephen, from Nantwich, started his teaching career at Stockport College six years ago and 'hasn't looked back' as he has helped countless students achieve their ambition of a career in accountancy.

Following a successful 22 year retail and commercial banking career Stephen pursued his interest in training and development when he worked as an AAT assessor with a training provider. He continued to update his skills and qualifications by embarking on the Association of Certified Chartered Accountants (ACCA) which he has studied 'on and off' for ten years.

His appointment at Stockport College has proved to be beneficial to both the students and the tutor himself.

Stephen said: ' Stockport College helped me with my own personal development by sponsoring me to complete the last two units of the ACCA qualifications. I am now a chartered accountant which has helped me deliver lessons to the highest standard. Knowing your stuff and being able to answer a wide range of questions contributes to the motivation and success of the students'.

The nomination for teacher of the year from PQ magazine reflects both the investment Stephen and his students have made in their learning.

Stephen said: 'It's a great feeling helping other people achieve their goals. I am in touch with many former Stockport College students and it gives me great pleasure to follow their careers and progression to chartered status. I was surprised to learn of my nomination but am looking forward to a night out in London with my wife. It will be a great opportunity to brush shoulders with the best in the accountancy world'.

The PQ magazine awards take place at Café du Paris in London on Tuesday 10 February 2015.
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I a taking part in this years Manchester 10k.
I am looking for people willing to sponsor me.
See my fundraising page for more details
Hope you can help.
Many thanks Giles Bennett
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The recent visit of Bloodhound supersonic car (SSC) has inspired one student at Stockport College to pursue her dream career in motor vehicle engineering.

Sareanne Walsh, motor vehicle level 2, became so involved in the demonstrations she was adopted by the Bloodhound SSC education team. Her passion for motor vehicle engineering helped relate the concepts of jet powered motor vehicle engineering to fellow students. Her enthusiastic approach, through model making; presentations; and skill tests, helped Sareanne share the Bloodhound SSC mission of breaking the land speed record. Her dedication impressed the Bloodhound SSC education team that they promised to add her name to the Bloodhound SSC tail fin for it the land speed record this year.

Sareanne said: ' I have always been interested in cars and Bloodhound SSC has inspired me to consider how technology can create new opportunities in the motor vehicle sector. I enjoy working in a practical environment: I have worked in call centres and am a trained chef. Motor vehicle engineering and its relationship with maths is now my focus. Bloodhound SSC is a real inspiration and has broadened my outlook and increased my aspirations'.

Sareanne, mum of three school aged children from Marple, is concentrating on completing her course and furthering her studies with a teaching qualification. She is also exploring opportunities to start a new business. In the meantime, she is looking forward to contributing to the Bloodhound SSC project when in returns to Stockport College for further educational visits in the summer. (2 photos)
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