Chaffron Way Open Event - 10th November
Come along to our Chaffron Way campus to see what life at Milton Keynes College is really like.
Several local businesses have been formally recognised as official partners of Milton Keynes College for 2018. These supportive organisations have proven their commitment in helping the College in its mission to transform lives through learning and in enabling the College to enhance the study experience of its students in numerous ways, preparing them for working life. Partner organisations included in the scheme for 2018 are Bobcat Digital, BSH Home Appliances, Champneys, Chris and Sons Limited, Kids Play Limited, Mirus IT Solutions Limited, Niftylift Limited, Rightmove Group, Xero Limited, The PT Centre, Exclusive Hotels and Venues Chef’s Academy, P J Care Limited, WIPAC, RMF Construction Services and westfourstreet.
A number of new ambassadors have also been appointed. These are successful local business representatives who have proven themselves to be advocates for the symbiotic relationship between employers and learning at Milton Keynes College. Joining our existing Ambassadors, who include Roger Bowden of Niftylift, Jan Flawn of P J Care, Paul Tomlinson of Mirus IT and Darren Thomson of Movey, are newly-appointed Ambassadors, Pam Gosal, Head of Economy and Culture - Invest MK, Nicholas Mann, Managing Director - Interdirect, Claire Glazebrook, Fundraiser and David Cowlard, Director - Imagine Presentations.
Jane Horridge, Commercial Director of Milton Keynes College, said “We are delighted that so many prestigious local companies continue to collaborate with the College and enhance the learning experience of our students in so many different ways. We really appreciate the time and commitment that they have shown and it’s great to recognise those who give the most support. We look forward to enhancing our partnership in 2018. Milton Keynes College is also very lucky to have such a high-profile and supportive set of Ambassadors who help us to spread the word and engage even further with the business community.”