from our Animal Management Students.
Kendal College has retained its place as one of the top colleges in the country for the second consecutive year in industry league tables published this month.
The historic Castle Dairy Restaurant & Art Gallery in Kendal has become the first apprentice-run eatery in the country to be awarded 2AA rosettes for the quality of its food.
Graham Wilkinson, the Principal and Chief Executive of Kendal College, has announced that he will be retiring at the end of May 2018.
Kendal College have launched some new bakery courses this year, which could be a student’s starting point into the popular and expanding world of bakery and patisserie.
Kendal College has been awarded an overall ‘good’ performance rating in its first Ofsted inspection under the governing body’s rigorous new criteria.
The final jigsaw piece of Kendal College’s Creative Arts complex is now in place, which marks the end of a project that’s been more than six years in the making.
Over 60 prize winning apprentices, their employers and assessors attended this year’s annual celebration of apprentices at Kendal College as part of National Apprenticeship Week, acknowledging the effort and dedication that apprentices and their employers put into their jobs on a daily basis.
A new resource has been launched by Kendal College and South Lakes Citizens Advice to provide students and the wider community with valuable financial advice. At a time when more and more young people are anxious about their futures*; from coping with money worries from rising living costs to uncertain career prospects, The Piggy Bank Guide provides a simple and practical way forward.
Four creative students from Kendal College saw off strong competition from other colleges to claim a top award at the WorldSkills UK Finals at Birmingham’s NEC last week.
New industry league tables published this month have placed Kendal College as one of the most successful colleges in England.