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Loughborough College

Loughborough College is a general further education college located in Leicestershire, England which offers a range of courses including further education, higher education, apprenticeships and professional qualifications. The college has over 11,000 students and over 900 staff. Loughborough College offers further education courses across a number of different subject areas including beauty, Business, childcare, creative industries & computing, electrical installation, engineering, hairdressing, hospitality & catering, leisure, travel & aviation, motor vehicles, music, performing arts, public services and sport. Emphasising the importance of employability, the College offers students the opportunity to gain real work experience as part of their course. Placements are available onsite in the Colleges restaurant, fitness studios and hair & beauty salons. Students also have the option to gain experience with established local companies through the Colleges links with external organisations. Courses are aimed at young adults and mature students alike. In 1909-1910 there were 483 enrolled students for the inaugural academic year. They studied building, engineering and science courses, commercial and domestic subjects and art/art teaching qualifications. The original college site was partially demolished in 1982 to make way for Loughborough’s Sainsburys shopping centre. In its early years, Loughborough College built an excellent reputation for its engineering provision with innovative courses such as the five-year Mechanical Engineering which led to the prestigious Diploma of Loughborough College (DLC). This reputation has been enhanced and sustained to the present day – Loughborough College is JTLs preferred training provider for both engineering and electrical installation. Loughborough has long been associated with sport. This association was instigated by Principal of Loughborough Technical College Herbert Schofield, who in 1918 convinced the county to acquire 14 acres of land for sports pitches and facilities. Despite not being a University, Loughborough Technical College sports teams were admitted to the Universities Athletics Union and excelled in competition. The land is now part of the Loughborough University Campus playing fields. The past principals of Loughborough College are Charles Laws (1909-1915), Herbert Schofield (1915-1950), Major-General W.F. Hasted (1951-1952), G.J.D. Schumach (1952-1953), Dan Lysaght (1953-1960), Dr. Fred Lester (1961-1975), Donald Hutchings (1976-1988), Harold Wilkinson (1988-1993), Jim Mutton (1993-2012),[1] Esme Winch (2012-2015) and Heather MacDonald (2015–present)

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