Deeside College principal David Jones
These are exciting times for Deeside College, one of Wales’ leading Further Education colleges. On August 1, 2009, Deeside College and the Welsh College of Horticulture in Northop merged to become one of the largest Further Education establishments in Wales.
The newly formed college is looking to build on the success of Deeside College which in 2007 received two outstanding Estyn inspection reports, and became the first in Wales to achieve the highest possible grade 1 ratings for all aspects of its Further Education and Work Based Learning provision.
Deeside College’s main campus is in Connah’s Quay. In recent years, the campus has received extensive investment to ensure learners enjoy the best learning environments and opportunities in Wales.
The college also have an excellent learning facility with internet access and café at the Futures@ Holywell centre and provide part time provision at centres across the local communities of Flintshire.
Other facilities at the Connah’s Quay campus include those listed below:
The college’s Northop campus is set across a picturesque 225 acre site. Provision is also delivered at learning centres throughout Wales and the North West of England. In October 2009 building work will begin on a state-of-the-art Learning Centre at the Northop campus.
It is hoped that this will be the first in a series of major estate developments at the site over the coming years. Other facilities available at the Northop campus include:
Students are able to access facilities at either campus.
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For more details on courses available, to view our outstanding facilities or for information on Open Evenings/Days please visit www.deeside.ac.uk
Contact Details: Deeside College, Kelsterton Road, Connah’s Quay, Deeside, Flintshire CH5 4BR. View on a map
Call: 01244 831531