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Former professional footballer Liam Wakefield has become the latest signing for the brand new National College for High Speed Rail in Doncaster. The former Doncaster Rovers player, 23, and current right-back for Boston United has given up playing the game full-time so that he can focus his talents on learning the world class engineering skills… Read more »Read more
The Birmingham campus of the National College for High Speed Rail has been officially unveiled by Paul Maynard MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Rail, Accessibility and HS2, making it the largest of five new national colleges created by the Government to ensure British workers can learn world-class skills. Alongside a second campus in… Read more »Read more
Justine Greening MP, Secretary of State for Education, has today (Monday, October 9th) officially launched The National College for High Speed Rail in Doncaster. The new employer-led college has been opened during Rail Week 2017 and is the largest of five new national colleges created by Government to ensure British workers can learn world-class skills…. Read more »Read more