Tom Andrew, ILT Development Coordinator has been highly commended by the Association for Learning Technology in the Learning Technologist of the Year 2014 award.
A group of fifteen trainees took part in a Traineeship programme over the summer aimed at developing their employability skills.
Jessica Miller studied Beauty Therapy and Media Makeup for three years at Aylesbury College. She now works as a Lecturer at The London College of Beauty Therapy.
Chef Ellis Sealy has seen his career get off to a tasty start after completing an Apprenticeship at Missenden Abbey Conference Centre, run with Aylesbury College and Bucks New University.
Two former Aylesbury College Travel and Tourism students have just graduated from the Giles Business Travel Academy.
Computing Tutor John Terry is spending some time in the studios of local radio station Mix 96, learning about the IT systems that are used in the studio and online.
This week Aylesbury College Principal Karen Mitchell was invited by the Bucks Cricket Board and Bucks Legacy programme to celebrate the promotion and development of disability cricketing provision across Buckinghamshire and the Thames Valley Region.
Students at Aylesbury College are celebrating after achieving a 99% pass rate in their A Level exams, an increase of 1% on last year. The College has bucked the national trend which saw an overall drop in pass rates.
For the third year running, Aylesbury College has played host to Youth Cafe for a week during the school summer holidays, offering a week of fun activities for local young people.
Aylesbury College has secured funding worth over a quarter of a million pounds to deliver a new skills for work programme.