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College Closure - Monday 19 September 2022
At Belfast Met, the Commercial and Events Team recognise that in these uncertain times organisations are not in a position to consider a venue for their next event, next conference, exhibition or awards ceremony, meeting or training day in the company calendar.
Karen Flynn and Conor Dougan from Belfast Met were auditioned and selected to take part in a BBC New Voices pilot programme this year. They are currently working from home during the pandemic, hired by BBC NI to write and record continuity announcements for the BBC Three content which is broadcast on BBC One Northern Ireland on weekday evenings.
“I attended a weekly class with other practitioners in my field, so it was great to have the opportunity for information sharing and networking with other students. My lecturer also works in the sector, and has given me an invaluable education into the best practice of the day-to-day running of a nursery.”
Belfast Metropolitan College is one of 13 partners involved in a Belfast Maritime Consortium led by Artemis Technologies that has won a £33 million UK Government innovation grant to develop zero emissions ferries in the city, that will revolutionise the future of maritime transport. With further investment from consortium partners, the total project investment will reach close to £60m over the next four years, creating an initial 125 research and development jobs, and leading to more than 1,000 in the region over the next 10 years.
Belfast Met is celebrating the exceptional achievements of lecturers Clare Corey and Richard Spiller as they both received Silver BTEC Tutor of the Year awards, and student Stefanie McCluskey, who received the BTEC Sport Learner of the Year award. Their hard work and dedication was celebrated at the tenth anniversary of Pearson’s annual BTEC Awards hosted online today.
If you’ve been impacted by coronavirus (COVID-19), a range of free, fully-accredited courses are now available to help you retrain and improve your skills.