Northumberland College is the largest training provider in Northumberland with centres across the county in Ashington, Kirkley Hall, Berwick, Blyth, Newcastle and Hexham.
Northumberland is considered one of England’s great counties. It has a beautiful coastline with fantastic beaches, unrivalled scenery, globally significant tourist attractions including Hadrian’s Wall, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a thriving culture and festival scene, and picturesque market towns.
It is the least populated county in England with almost 320,000 inhabitants sharing less than 2,000 square miles. Around a quarter of the county is protected as Northumberland National Park and is an area of natural beauty.
The east coast mainline and the A1 means that Northumberland is well connected. The high rate of employment, affordable house prices and welcoming communities offer an unrivalled quality of life.Current vacancies
Our campus in Ashington is Northumberland College’s largest campus and is where most vocational courses are based. Industry standard facilities include a new digital academy and simulated health ward. It’s located a 20-minute walk from the town centre: College Road. Ashington, NE63 9RG.
Our rural campus at Kirkley Hall, set in the beautiful Northumberland countryside, is home to our animal and land-based education and training. We even have our own zoo! It is located a 10-minute drive from Ponteland: Ponteland, Northumberland, NE20 0AQ.
We are who we say we are, we do what we say we do.
We value the opinion of others and the contribution they make.
We work hard to create a
dynamic, forward looking culture.
We are determined to achieve our vision and goals.
Education Partnership North East is offering its prospective students the chance to experience college life without leaving their homes.
Education Partnership North East continues to lead the way in producing the next generation of frontline health care professionals.
Sunderland College and Northumberland College will continue to support vulnerable young people and students of key workers during COVID-19 outbreak.