There is always something happening at Solihull College – from successful students to triumphant tutors, fund-raising events, trips to exotic locations, awards, competitions and partnerships – life at our Blossomfield and Woodlands campuses is never dull.

In ‘Making the News’ you can share in our achievements and enjoy a flavour of what makes Solihull College tick. For media / PR enquiries, please contact our marketing team on 0121 678 7000

 

Soaring success rate among unemployed taking maths and English at College
Tuesday 11th November 2014

An increasing number of unemployed people from across Solihull and Birmingham who are coming to Solihull College to improve their numeracy and literacy skills are passing with...

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Amey apprentice on road to success thanks to Solihull College’s Prince’s Trust and Police partnership
Tuesday 04th November 2014

A graduate of Solihull College’s Prince’s Trust Team, which is run in partnership with West Midlands Police, is on the road to success after landing a sought-after...

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Schools and families invited to ‘have a go’ at new skills!
Monday 03rd November 2014

Solihull College, part of Premier Colleges, a working group of Further and Higher Education Colleges, has thrown down the gauntlet to teachers, classroom assistants, parents and...

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Solihull College opens its doors during November to prospective learners
Monday 03rd November 2014

From finding out how to become a veterinary nurse, trying your hand at plastering to finding out more about available Foundation Degrees; these are just a few of the activities on...

Solihull Chamber of Commerce relocates to Solihull College
Tuesday 28th October 2014

In a move to further show their support and commitment to local business and the wider economy, Solihull College has welcomed the Solihull Chamber of Commerce to the Blossomfield...

From unemployed to self-employed in twelve months, how College helped unemployed man realise his dream
Thursday 16th October 2014

A year ago, twenty-five year old Daniel Barratt from Tile Cross in Birmingham was unemployed and after several years of working as a charity fundraiser, he was unsure what he...