North Nottinghamshire College is a general further education college based in Bassetlaw that has been established for close to 80 years. Originally founded as a mining college, we provided education and training mainly for men in the coal-mining industry. Today our curriculum is as different as the makeup of our learners and the nature of our communities.
The College offers a broad range of programmes funded by the Learning and Skills Council and the Higher Education Funding Council for England. Provision spans the spectrum from pre-entry/entry level to professional qualifications. Students can progress through this whole spectrum within the College. Provision includes:
1 The purpose-built Food Technology Centre, that houses a range of equipment and facilities for all stages of the food industry from field to table including Graville’s restaurant and its supporting kitchens, a food processing hall surrounded by a cook house and taste panel facilities.
2 The National Fluid Power Centre which has an excellent international reputation for quality of provision and courses in the fluid power industry.
3 New plastering, plumbing and electronic workshops which use the latest specialist equipment.
4 The Employment Skills Centre on Carlton Road in Worksop. Here you will find a range of services aimed at job seekers and people looking to change or develop their careers. We have a specialist team on hand throughout the year to help you to take that right step towards your chosen profession.
The College celebrates and values the diversity individuals bring to our community, and we believe that we benefit from employing a wide range of individuals at all levels of responsibility, and across all areas of work, hoping we provide role models for learners in whatever area of the curriculum they choose to study. We expect to treat all our employees with respect and dignity, and strive to provide a positive working environment free from discrimination, harassment or victimisation.