Articles from Havant & South Downs College

Business is kick-started by course

An Art student from Havant & South Downs College has spoken about how his course pushed him to follow his dreams of creating tee shirt designs.

Using video to innovate pedagogical methods #Digifest19

Digifest is a two-day exhibition where educators and industry professionals come together to discuss collaborative ways of using digital technology in the classroom to enhance teaching and learning practice. 

The benefits of an Apprenticeship outweigh university massively #FireItUp

As part of National Apprenticeship Week, we spoke to Marcus Westmooreland about his experience as an apprentice at Jackson & Green Accountants: 

Havant & South Downs College students secures silver at international powerlifting competition

A student from Havant & South Downs College has spoken about his experience of winning silver in the International Powerlifting World Championships.

Why being ‘research active’ is becoming fundamental for teaching professionals in FE

That’s why Havant & South Downs College Higher Education Manager, Dom Thompson, encourages his colleagues to stay ‘research active’, and reminds others that it’s not as hard as you might think:

Where Does Teaching Fit Into The #FutureOfEducation ?

Living in the technological age, teaching and learning is continuously evolving and adapting in line with new digital developments. But where will that see the education sector heading in a year’s time? Or five years’ time?

Former Havant & South Downs College music students win Petersfield’s Battle of the Bands

A band made up of former Havant & South Downs College students has spoken about their experience winning Petersfield’s Battle of the Bands – and how this win is helping to launch their debut album.

Havant & South Downs College Health & Social Care students donate toiletries to women’s refugee charity

Havant & South Downs College Health & Social Care students helped a local domestic abuse charity when they donated boxes of toiletries and make up.

Students showcase D-Day garments at Portsmouth Museum exhibition

Fashion students from Havant & South Downs College (HSDC) showcased their D-Day-inspired ‘make do and mend’ garments as part of a ‘Portraits of D-Day Veterans’ exhibition at the Portsmouth Museum on Thursday, 30 May.

College staff fly the HSDC flag in China

Havant & South Downs College’s Director of Business, Growth and Innovation, Aaron Butson speaks about his experience traveling to China to deliver a week-long pilot course to students.

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