The collaborative Post 16 Liaise group in Leicester City provides advice and information on post 16 options for learners and staff in City schools.
The over-riding aim is to contribute to the wider effort to help students to make well informed and realistic decisions about post 16 learning and future options.
The Liaise group membership includes the main post 16 providers in the City andf representation from schools and training provider
Regent College works with the following Health organisations:
- University Hospitals of Leicester
- Leicestershire County and Rutland County Community Health Services
To deliver apprenticeships training for:
- Ward Clerks
- Personal Assistants
- Clinic co-ordinators etc.
Regent College and Wyggeston Queen Elizabeth I College are committed to a collaborative partnership. The two colleges are an easy walking distance apart; one is to the North of University Road and the other to the South. The colleges have aligned their timetables in order to make it possible for students to work across sites. For example, a Regent College student may study three subjects at Regent College and one at Wyggeston Queen Elizabeth I College, and vice versa.
From August 2011 the colleges begin the first steps in bringing about joint careers provision, with a shared postholder leading these developments. Learners at both colleges are set to benefit greatly from a common approach and shared events, covering areas such as job seeking, University advice and specialist support to achieve places at the most competitive and prestigious Universities.
Regent College and Studio 79 work together to deliver an Extended Diploma in Dance. This is a full time dance course.
Studio 79 is located at;
15 Midland Street
The teachers at Studio 79 are all highly qualified in their chosen fields. They have professional experience in either performing and/or choreography. Without exception they have passion for their subject and a natural flair which will encourage and inspire all students at Studio 79.
LCPA (Leicester College of Performing Arts)
Regent College and LCPA work together to deliver an Extended Diploma in Musical Theatre. This is a full time course.
LCPA was founded in 1999 by principal Ann Oliver MBE. The course is open to students 16 years and over who are seeking first class training in performing arts.
The college contributes to personal development in both applied and expressive contexts. It offers opportunities for the exploration, discovery and development of natural instincts and offers many benefits for students by encouraging mental and emotional development as well as enhancing performance skills.
All training is provided by highly motivated professionals, each an expert in their own field. The close staff-to-student ratio enables us to deliver students with confidence, individuality, motivation and strong technique.
On completion of the course, our aims are to help place graduates in their chosen profession.
Alcoa Fastening Systems
Regent College works with Alcoa Fastening Systems to deliver Apprenticeships.
The Phoenix Children's Foundation
Regent College works together with The Phoenix Children's Foundation to deliver Apprenticeships.