In the week Team GB had their best ever start to an Olympic games, further education Twitter was caught up in the Tokyo hype.
Loughborough College celebrated their place on the medal table while training for FE's own Olympics, WorldSkills, started again in Northern Ireland.
Kendal College principal Kevin Nash had a well-deserved break at the seaside, and over in Exeter, students celebrated their graduation from a skills boot camp.
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We are glad you asked @JBelgutay 🙌 currently @Lborocollege are 27 in the medals table! We are currently ahead of Spain 🇪🇸 India 🇮🇳 Germany 🇩🇪 New Zealand 🇳🇿 Mexico 🇲🇽 and many other nations #Tokyo2020 #OlympicGames #WhereHistoryBegins https://t.co/Bhdz74v1V2 pic.twitter.com/GpWk718uTV— L'boro College Sport (@loucollsport) July 26, 2021
The last batch of Enrolment packs are being sent to our new students today, which include important information and documents for joining the College in September, as well as details about Fast Track Enrolment. New students should look out for their packs in the post! pic.twitter.com/QDBH7xxy0f— Birkenhead SixthForm (@BSFC) July 26, 2021
Back to @worldskillsuk squad training after a months break and time to put everything we learned from the May virtual International pressure test against Brazil into practice. @ErrigalGroup @Gyproc_Ireland @britishgypsum pic.twitter.com/LsnNGMdBCf— Colin McCaughey (@Gatcho63) July 26, 2021
👩🎓 Congratulations to our Digital Bootcamp students who graduated last week at the Exeter College @SouthWest_IoT!— Exeter College (@ExeterCollege) July 26, 2021
👩💻 Students completed a 12-week government funded programme in either Digital Marketing, Software Development or Data Analytics.#ExeCollProud | #SkillsBootcamps pic.twitter.com/sjyer4udwp
Looking for something to do this week? Take your family along to #SummerofSmiles for a range of free, fun activities in Cardiff!— Cardiff and Vale College (@CAVC) July 27, 2021
Ydych chi'n chwilio am rywbeth i'w wneud yr wythnos hon?Dewch draw gyda'ch teulu i #HafoWenu am ystod o weithgareddau hwyliog, am ddim yng Nghaerdydd! pic.twitter.com/XqiJVrLtLv
When doing some FE-themed songs a few years ago using this as collection title, intended as a joke not a prophecy of post-16 qualification reform! Still find troubling the lack of self-doubt when 74% of employers don’t see a major issue & 86% of educators disagree with approach pic.twitter.com/XPzYyf2IeH— Ian Pryce CBE (@ipryce) July 27, 2021
Thoughtful article with an important mention of enrichment, wider experiences and empowerment which build confidence and turn negative past experiences of education into positive and life changing opportunities. @AoCDavidH @tesfenews https://t.co/hBIfqrczQa— Rt Hon Anne Milton (@AnneMilton) July 28, 2021
Training people in the skills employers need is critical to getting people into work as part of my 100k jobs plan.— Andy Street (@andy4wm) July 28, 2021
I’m therefore delighted we’ve helped fund Wolverhampton College’s vehicle training centre as part of the city’s Learning Quarter plans 🚘👷🏼♀️https://t.co/mAcRVRe5F8