Keighley and Ilkley MP John Grogan lends his support for the Prepared to Save a Life Campaign.
Keighley and Ilkley MP, John Grogan visited the Virtual College offices on Friday 7th December to see how he can support the Prepared to Save a Life Campaign
The War on Plastics: Is our Recycling Infrastructure The Real Problem?
Millions of tons of plastic packaging is being created in the UK every year, but is the infrastructure really there to support recycling on this scale?
What is Attachment Theory?
Attachment theory explains the importance of social interactions and relationships for human beings. It helps us understand not only the connection between children and parents, but emotional connections throughout our lives.
How to avoid Food Shopping waste.
With food prices on the rise in the UK, shoppers are becoming ever more careful with their household budgets and supermarket trips. It’s so easy to end up overspending with just a few impulse buys, or wasting money by throwing food away.
What is the purpose of E-learning?
E-learning isn’t a new concept; it’s something that has been around for a couple of decades now, but it’s still not as widespread as you might think.
What is a Safeguarding Audit and Why do you need one?
Safeguarding is a hugely important welfare concern, but how do organisations ensure their policies and processes are fit-for-purpose?
Prepared to Save A Life - Our First Mechanic
As part of out 'Prepared to Save A Life' campaign we caught up with Allen Ord who is the first mechanic to undertake the life-saving course.
Bolsover District Council lend support to 'Prepared to Save a Life' Initiative
Bolsover District Council team up with Virtual College to create a free online course open to everyone in the UK!
The impact of sugar tax: what's next for the food industry?
Earlier this year The UK government introduced a tax on the manufacturing of high-sugar soft drinks, but will it have the desired effect of tackling obesity?