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LMC In the Spotlight

All of our courses are designed to enhance careers-related learning with the opportunity to take part in educational trips in the UK and abroad, as well as a range of local, community-based projects.

‘LMC in the Spotlight’ highlights some of the exceptional opportunities we offer to all our students and celebrates their achievements.

Ryelands Primary School visits LMC campus
26.11.2019
Following a recent report stating that career ambitions are already limited by the age of 7, Lancaster & Morecambe College (LMC) opened its campus doors to Ryelands Primary School today to show them what they can expect from learning in a vocational environment in years to come.
Mayor of Lancaster visits LMC
21.11.2019
Councillor David Whitaker, Mayor of the City of Lancaster, visited Lancaster & Morecambe College (LMC) last week to see the amazing facilities on offer at the College, and to witness how LMC is embedded into the local community.
LMC and the Office for Students Register
15.11.2019
In 2018, the College was placed in the top 5% of colleges for HE student satisfaction, through the National Student Survey. The College will always consider its students as the most important of stakeholders.
Safe Drive Stay Alive delivered to LMC students
15.11.2019
Safe Drive Stay Alive is a national road safety education programme, in which a team of facilitators challenge young adults’ perspective on taking risks whilst driving. LMC recognises the programme as essential in keeping young people safe, and has hosted Safe Drive five times, over the course of four years.
Apprentice Awards 2019
24.09.2019
During September 2019 we celebrated the effort and achievements of our apprentices and employers over the past year at our annual Apprentice Awards.
Tide and Time Bell tolls across Morecambe Bay
16.08.2019
Fabrication and Welding Apprentices have recently been involved in the areas newest art installation – The Morecambe Bay Tide and Time Bell, which is sited on the stone jetty suspended over the sea.
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