Blackburn College News
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It's not too late to finish your Springpod modules.
Complete them all now to get your certificate.
Make sure that all sections of each module are completed!
Documents have to be uploaded as PDFs
you need any help and support ask your tutor, or the Work Placement Team are
always happy to help. Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org with
your queries or concerns.
Please note all sections (100%) of each Module must be completed to achieve your certificate.
Unfortunately on Sunday evening there was a power outage which came from the Electricity Substation at the side of Blakey Moor blowing.
The substation powers King George’s Hall, the Elizabeth and Victoria Buildings, the Harrison Centre, St Paul’s and STEMM buildings, subsequently these buildings are being run off a generator. As the generator is not a constant flow of electricity like mains power is, there can sometimes be fluctuations in the supply which in yesterday and today’s instances is causing the lifts particularly in the Elizabeth and Victoria Buildings to cut-out, which is an automatic safety feature. We will ask the lift company to come and reset the lift to get it back up and running however, this may happen on numerous occasions whilst we are still receiving power from the generator.
I have today been advised by Electricity North West Limited that they are anticipating their works to repair the substation will be completed by Friday afternoon (11 June 2021), at which the College buildings will be back on mains power.
Thank you for your understanding.
Facilities and Estates Manager
You are invited to the End of Year Art and Design Show 2021.
Exhibiting the very best student work from our creative courses. Featuring: Art & Design, Game Art & Concepts, Fine Art, Illustration & Animation, Interior Design, Graphic Design, Media Production, Fashion & Textiles, Music & Performing Arts, Photography & more.
The online exhibition launches Friday 11th June 2021 at 6pm and you can register for the official launch event at www.blackburn.ac.uk/art-show
You can also come and see our public exhibition in the Mall 12th-28th June 2021.
We hope you enjoy the show!
We have been notified by Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council that carriageway remedial works to the road surfacing along Blakey Moor (between Duke Street and Barton Street) will commence on 8and 9 June 2021 inclusive, with a temporary road closure and diversion in place.
The attached map shows the diversion and closure, we have been informed that appropriate pedestrian management will be in place during this time.