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QUB BA (Hons) Early Childhood Studies Launches at SRC

Southern Regional College has been granted approval from QUB and Stranmillis College, Belfast, to deliver the BA (Hons) Early Childhood Studies. This is a very welcome addition to the Higher Education provision in Southern Regional College as it gives those students who have completed the QUB Foundation Degree in Early Childhood Studies the opportunity to complete the full qualification on a part-time basis combining work and study.

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Pictured are the students who are embarking on the BA (Hons) Early Childhood Studies with staff.

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Time to Talk at SRC

The aim of Time to Talk Day is to get as many people as possible talking about mental health. Having conversations about mental health helps break down stereotypes, improve relationships, aids recovery and takes the stigma out of something that affects us all.

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Staff and Students raising awareness for Time to Talk

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SRC Media Students Make the Final Cut at the Fresh Film Festival

Four films from Southern Regional College recently reached the Dublin heat of the Young Filmmaker of the Year competition in Dublin’s Irish Film Institute. Work from all of the three Media campuses, Armagh, Banbridge and Newry, reached the Dublin heats out of 1700 entries from all across Ireland.

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SRC Media students

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HND Graphic Design Create Food Promotion Posters

Year one HND Graphic Design students from the Lurgan campus were recently commissioned by the College canteen to create illustrations to enhance the canteen. Each of the students had an image chosen by the canteen manager Mrs Karen Giffen.

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Graphic Design HND students on lurgan campus with Dr Paul Hamilton,lecturer and canteen manager Karen Giffen.

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SRC Caters for Growth with £600,000 ‘Graduate’ Investment

Southern Regional College, one of Northern Ireland’s leading providers of dedicated skills training and support for the local and regional hospitality sector, served up its newest culinary innovation today.

Confirming its reputation for excellence in hospitality and tourism, Southern Regional College has now officially opened the hatch on a new, ultra-modern training restaurant and kitchen which has been dramatically transformed following a £600,000 investment.

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Brian Doran (SRC Chief Executive), David Meade, Alex Greene (Guest Chef), Barry Smyth (Guest Chef)

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