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Lee demonstrated his signature look the Twisted Tong, a specialised technique he uses to curl mid to long length hair. Level 2 & 3 Hairdressing students along with Hair & Media Makeup students were invited to take part in the masterclass which took place in our Inspire Salon at The Hub. The students we’re given the opportunity to ask questions, take notes and take photos with the celebrity hairdresser. Hairdressing
The College is playing a huge part in a drive to return the Simplex Mechanical Locomotive to the Crowle Moors and create a physical link to historical peat working. Engineering students will be working on the project as part of their course and be part of the project. The restoration project is a working with interested parties including the Engineering UTC Northern Lincolnshire who will be creating a replica of
Tara Filby (Chief Nurse) commented, “I am absolutely thrilled with what our nurses and allied health professionals have achieved over the last year. This celebration event was the culmination of months of hard work by our staff who have completed their preceptorship. I am proud of each and every one of them. This is the start of their professional journey and I look forward to seeing how they continue to
Students were set the brief as part of a second year module Composition for Media, which explores the creation of music and sound design for Film, TV, video games and installation art. The Microbes exhibition transforms the gallery space, creating a glowing landscape of suspended inflatable microbe pods; vibrantly colourful and enticingly tactile, visitors are encouraged to walk along them, feel them sway around, and watch how they breathe. To complement the exhibition with
A league title was followed up by taking home the Northern Plate cup competition to round off a fruitful year for the College team. Another story of success to derive from the partnership is Sam Jones. The flanker signed a professional contract with the Knights last season, after a number of positive performances for the first team. In addition, several college stars have been training with the Knight’s senior side
Ian Hamilton (North Lindsey College Curriculum Leader in Sport and Uniformed Services) said, “As a department we are so proud of Gemma’s achievements. She is such a dedicated and disciplined individual who gets up early and completes her training before coming into College. She is so focused in representing team GB at the Olympics and has set herself clear targets. She combines her studies and her boxing extremely well and
A nacelle component of a wind turbine has been donated by Siemens will be housed at North Lindsey College’s training partner CATCH based in Stallingborough which specialises in training in the energy, renewables, process and engineering sectors. The nacelle is the component that transforms the wind’s kinetic energy into mechanical energy to turn a generator and then in turn produces electricity. Richard Worker (Head of Training Centre, Siemens) ‘The initial idea
Caitlin Croucher, Naomi Mallinson Hayes, Tyler Dodson, Savannah Moody and Hannah Bramley we’re all part of the glam team working for ‘The Make Up People’ at the national finals held at Kelham Hall Newark. The girls did a fantastic job working on all the contestants in a professional environment with 6 rooms on the go, press photographers and a TV crew to add to the pressure. “The girls were really
Celebrate’ is an eclectic mix of work, from students who have been studying on these five degree programme areas: Illustration & Concept Art, Graphic Design, Games Design & Animation, Fine Art & Crafts and Fashion Design & Textiles. Work on display will include exploration of the creative process as well as ‘finished work’. Collectively the exhibited work will showcase the diverse and creative talents of our degree students as well
Every year regional heats are held nationwide, where level 2 and 3 students are invited along to build models and showcase their best skills to try and gain a place at the final in June which this year is taking place at Brooklands College. As well as our own students taking part we had 13 other Colleges join us from across Yorkshire, the competition started at 9am and judging continued