tertiary college

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tertiary college

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(Education) Brit a college system incorporating the secondary school sixth form and vocational courses
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ORIENTATION There should be a tertiary college at Muthaiga or Pangani for orientation purposes before one reaches the city.
The first name of the new college was Cleveland Tertiary College, later changed to Redcar and Cleveland College.
SHE had wanted to tell me she was cancelling the lease on my studio, and that if I didn't take the art teaching position at the tertiary college next term she would leave me.
The case was brought against Newport City Council and Coleg Gwent (as it is now known) and Gwent Tertiary College.
She embarked on a course at Hugh Baird College, a tertiary college in South Sefton, in the evenings after work, and studied as much as she could in an attempt to become 'what she really wanted to be'.
Byrne, 38, trained at the Knowsley Central Tertiary College, in Roby, and worked at Chester's Grosvenor Hotel before moving to Adlard's, in Norwich, where he was made head chef at the age of 21.
O'Connell, a college principal who was knighted for his work at Runshaw College, follows the transformation of Runshaw from a tertiary college into an outstanding one, and offers tools and approaches from Runshaw's transformation which can be used by leaders at other colleges.
Bedeburn Primary, St Aloysius RC Primary, Boldon Comprehensive, Harton College, St Bede's RC, St Josephs RC Comprehensive, St Wilfrid's RC Comprehensive, South Tyneside Tertiary College, West Boldon, Whitburn Comprehensive
Hawkes Mill Sports Club, Coventry; Shipston High School; Stivichall School, Coventry; Southam College; Daventry Tertiary College; Stratford Leisure Centre; Stratford Recreation; Alcester Grammar School; Kineton High School; Studley High School; Cubbington Primary School; Blockley School, Blockley; Dassett School, Fenny Compton.
The region's largest handout is pounds 120,000 to a coalition of schools, community groups and a tertiary college in north-west Shropshire to develop opportunities at 20 primary and secondary schools in the county.

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