We’re Cleveland and Piers, we are the Higher Education Progression Officers at Bradford College. Our role is to widen participation in Higher Education. We help students explore the benefits of achieving a higher-level qualification, whether that’s studying for a degree at a college or university or alternative routes such as Higher and Degree Apprenticeships. We can work with you to raise aspirations and help you make an informed choice about your future studies.
To find out if you are eligible to participate in our exciting programme of activities, events and student support, please contact us for a chat. You can call us, email or pop in and see us. All our activities and events are free (including travel) and you can get involved in as many as you like. Some of the events that students have taken part in so far include a two-day residential in the Lake District, university trips and the Progression Module Plus qualification.
If you are eligible we may contact you via letter, your college email and text message. We can also visit you in classes and tutorials. You can keep updated about the activities and events planned by following us on Twitter (@NCOPbradford) and Facebook.
A list of activities and events is available now.
We are really looking forward to working with you throughout the year. Look out for us around college and come and say “Hi”!
Piers Telemacque, NCOP Higher Education Progression Officer
Piers, born and bred in Bradford, studied A Levels at Bradford College, where he also served as the President of the Students’ Union. He went on to work as Vice-President at the National Union of Students in London, before returning to Bradford College.
Call: 01274 438918 Email: [email protected]
Cleveland James, NCOP Higher Education Progression Officer
Cleveland studied GCSEs at Bradford College before moving to London to study Business Administration. He later worked as a Human Resources Advisor for 16 years with the London Borough of Newham. Cleveland has worked recently within the Student Engagement and Outreach Team as a Coordinator. He now works alongside Piers to deliver the NCOP project at College.
Call: 01274 433231 Email: [email protected]