News and Events
- College helps IT enthusiast find work
The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London has helped 25 year old Justice Appiah find a full time IT apprenticeship after four years of searching for employment.
- College open day recruits over a hundred people to September courses
The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London welcomed hundreds of visitors to the Enfield Centre Open Day last Saturday resulting in over a hundred people leaving with offers for September.
- College students chosen to revamp Circle Sports business branding
College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London’s Games Developments students have been chosen to work with London based social enterprise company ‘Circle Sports’ to develop their advertising and branding.
- College May Open Day draws the crowds
The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London’s Tottenham Open Day had a distinctly festive feel on Saturday, (11 May), with visitors, staff and passers-by, enthusiastically taking part in outdoor Zumba! Inside, the carnival atmosphere continued with tasters to try out, free hair and beauty treatments, information & advice and the opportunity meet lecturers and make applications.
- College IT learner to compete in World Skills
College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London learner, Vaughan Da Costa is competing at one of the World Skills UK preliminary live heats next week (Friday, 17 May) in Blackburn. The brightest and best from across the country, battle it out to see who will qualify for the UK heats and ultimately the UK Team. Finalists will then go on to represent their country at Leipzig later in the year.
- College's May Employability Fairs lead to jobs, university and apprenticeships
The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London held two employability fairs at its Enfield Centre and Tottenham Centre in May. The Fairs give students the opportunity to talk to employers, universities and training providers about their futures and what to do next as their college courses draw to a close.
Hundreds of students came along to the three hour events attended by organisations such as, Grad Jobs, Hays Recruitment, London Ambulance Service, the armed forces, Job Centre Plus, What Uni and Apprenticeships First.
Volunteering organisations also attended, such as The Daneford Trust who help young people fundraise so that they can carry out charity work for 3-12 months in Africa, Asia or the Caribbean.
Dean Leham and Corem Bilgili are Science Level 3 Extended Diploma students and both are off to university. Dean wants to study pharmacy and spoke to Sam Haysom of What Uni about is options. Corem already has her place at Westminster Kingsway to study Molecular Biology and Genetics.
Doris Agyapong is studying Health and Social Care Level 3. She came to find out about apprenticeship opportunities in Care. Her long term goal is to work as a nurse.
The College holds careers fairs each year to help students progress successfully to higher levels of study or work.