|Discount on facilities hire
We offer facilities for hire at our Chippenham and Lackham campuses and members of our Alumni Network can access them at a discounted rate. Lackham House is an ideal venue for hosting conferences, corporate events and functions of all kinds. Chippenham, situated opposite the train station, is an ideal venue for hosting conferences and events with rooms for hire ranging from standard meeting rooms and boardrooms.
For more information please contact the Hospitality and Events Administrator at email@example.com or call 01249 466866.
|Awards and facilities sponsorship
The College hosts a number of awards ceremonies throughout the year to recognise the achievements of our students. Our annual Apprenticeship Awards celebrated its 10th anniversary the last time it was held in person in 2020, with a glittering ceremony taking place at Trowbridge Civic Centre.
Sponsors are always welcome for events such as these and reduced priced packages are available to members of our Alumni Network. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to sponsor a College event or facility.
|VIP codes for College events
Events at the College are always extremely popular and some – like the start of our annual Lambing season at our Lackham campus – attract thousands of visitors.
Members of our Alumni Network can benefit from special VIP entry codes for these types of events. For more information on events taking place at the College click here.
|… And more to come
We will be adding to the package of Alumni Network benefits over the coming months – we are planning some really valuable discounts and offers for our members.
So, watch this space!
Free business and productivity book summaries
Want to get expert tips on how to get ahead in life, education and your career? We’re offering you free summaries of the most famous business and productivity books so you don’t have to spend hours reading – and can focus on your own results.
We’ve teamed up with productivity blogger, Paul Minors, to give our alumni association members free downloads of his amazingly helpful book summaries. We’ll add more every month so make sure you look out for them in our email communications. If you want to learn more about Paul Minors, you can visit his website here.
The Lean Startup by Eric Ries
The Lean Startup defines a scientific methodology for running startups and launching new products. This new approach has been adopted around the world within startups and established organisations. Regardless of your role or company size, this is a must-read for entrepreneurs, marketers, developers and business leaders.
How to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie
Everyone, and I mean everyone can learn something from How to Win Friends & Influence People. The principles in the book are simple, but something a lot of us fail to use or remember. This book will help you to convince people to your way of thinking, avoid arguments and become more liked. If you’re in a leadership or sales type role, I strongly recommend this book. HTWFIP was one of the first best-selling self-help books ever published. Written by Dale Carnegie and first published in 1936, it has sold 15 million copies worldwide.
The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod
The Miracle Morning is an instructional book all about how to create a morning routine that sets you up for success in every aspect of life. Now practised by thousands of people worldwide, the Miracle Morning is helping transform lives and create greater success for its readers. By using the morning to invest in and develop yourself, you to can live the Miracle Morning and start on your path to success.