When ChronicleLive launched the Invest in the North East campaign to applaud and encourage investment, we knew they would see it as a rallying call and would be ready to collaborate for the good of the region. Here, our leading businesses give ANGELA UPEX their views of how the region is faring and tell her what they are doing to create more jobs and opportunities. NEWCASTLE COLLEGE Collaboration is key to making the North East a great place to live and do business Based in the heart of Newcastle with specialist academies in North Tyneside, Gateshead and at Newcastle Airport, Newcastle College is one of the region’s key employers. The College’s provision is vast and diverse, with individuals of all ages studying at entry level to Masters degree in subjects from accountancy and computing, to hospitality and specialist engineering disciplines. It’s the College’s aim to unlock the potential of each and every single individual, creating opportunities for employment and progression through further study. Tony Lewin, Principal at Newcastle College, has been at the helm for almost three years and talks about the shift in the way in which the business must adapt, seeking industry expertise to ensure that courses are… Read full this story
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