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Charity bike ride in memory of father blinded in WWII

Robin Stephens (59) will be cycling 175 miles in October with a group of friends and colleagues to support the Hereford-based college in appreciation of the help his father, Gordon, received after losing his sight in an air raid in 1941.

Posted On
20 August 2019

Visual Impairment Awareness Day a Huge Success

Last week students from the Royal National College for the Blind (RNC) held a visual impairment awareness day. Eight members of staff from Hereford College of Arts (HCA) made the short hop to the RNC to take part in sighted guide training and an immersive visually impaired experience. Staff members were invited to wear blind… Read More »

Posted On
25 June 2019

Hereford Football Club Website Tested To It’s Limits

Yesterday our Level 2 ICT students visited Hereford Football Club to present their findings on the accessibility of the clubs website. The website accessibility testing by RNC students is part of the football clubs commitment to improve its access for their disabled supporters. The students have been testing the website on Windows, Apple and Android… Read More »

Posted On
18 June 2019

Student Ambassadors – supporting college students

Nervous about starting college? Student ambassadors are here to help Starting anything new can be a daunting and difficult experience. Moving away from home to a new town, whilst starting a new course can result in lots of questions. Will I fit in? Am I going to make any friends? How will I know where… Read More »

Posted On
17 June 2019

Chris Targets Strongman Competition

RNC student Chris will test his strength in his first ever strongman competition in Doncaster this July just a matter of months after beginning training for the sport.

Posted On
10 June 2019