27th June 2019
14th March 2019
The Newham College Business Partners and Learning
Revolution Trust dinner was held on Thursday 14th March
2019 at The Auditorium, Newham College of Further Education.
The dinner was held in honour of Rt Hon Stephen Timms MP, who was guest speaker and celebrated his 25 years of exceptional service to the community, education and businesses across East Ham.It was an opportunity to introduce the Newham College Business Partners (NCBP) initiative to new businesses and to report on the activities of some of our current NCBP member businesses.
3rd October 2018
The ‘Fit for the Future; Skills 4 Local London’ conference was jointly sponsored by the Local London partnership of 8 east London borough councils, the London First business organisation and the Learning Revolution Trust.
The aim of the conference was to build on previous work by bringing together employers, local authorities and training providers to identify priorities for a Skills Action Plan for the sub region and work together to establish clear pathways to work in key sectors of the economy, upskill local residents and meet the skills needs of businesses more effectively in a constantly changing environment.
The five speakers at the conference were:
Martin Cumella - Chair, Learning Revolution Trust
Geoff Thompson - Chair of Governors, University of East London
Cllr Darren Rodwell - Leader of London Borough of Barking and Dagenham, Chair of Local London Skills and Employment Board
Steve Drury - Director of Rooff Ltd, Chair, London Region Construction Training Group
Sharon Allen - Chief Executive, Skills For Care
Jules Pipe - Deputy Mayor of London, Planning, Regeneration and Skills
The speakers each brought their perspectives as a local authority and Local London leader, a higher education leader, a business leader in a key sector of the sub regional economy, the Chief Executive of a national sector skills council for a growth sector and a London wide leader responsible for skills development in the city. Some of the main points raised included;
27th June 2018
The Shining Stars Ceremony is held every year in recognition of the
exceptional achievements that Newham College’s best students accomplish as well
as recognising teachers for supporting the students' success. The Ceremony
also raises vital money for The
Learning Revolution Trust through sponsorship. The Shining Stars Ceremony was held in June at East Ham
Auditorium. £52,537 was raised through
sponsorship. There were 32 sponsors and supporters including Newham Recorder,
London Borough of Newham, Aspers Casino, Gateway Qualifications, Newham Chamber
of Commerce and Capita Managed IT Solutions.
The LRT sponsors and supporters dinner was held in the EHC
auditorium on 1 February 2018.
The dinner was hosted by Newham College Principal and Chief Executive Paul Stephen. Guests at the event included Stephen Timms MP and LRT sponsor Liesel Sharpe from Maze 8 Recruitment.
LRT beneficiaries Amy Leigh Burton, Lateef Shooluwe and Shakira Faith Musasizi also spoke about the ways in which they had been supported by the charity and how that support had helped them complete their education or access career opportunities.