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Projects & Innovation

«Ƶ is forging ahead with an ambitious programme of capital development initiatives on the Ipswich Campus to provide state-of-the-art facilities and realistic replicated workplace settings to support learning.

A photo showing the Ipswich Tech Campus building

Local Skills Improvement Fund

«Ƶ is leading a major partnership skills project across Norfolk and «Ƶ funded by the Local Skills Improvement Fund (LSIF) from the Department for Education.

Two people wearing VR goggles in a technology suite.

Health and Science Campus

In 2023, a new Health and Science Campus, a sister building to Tech Campus, was launched.  Funded with £1.1m support from the Government’s Post-16 Capacity Fund, the new building enables students to experience real-life mock workplace environments including hospital ward and nursery settings.

Health Science Campus logo displayed on a wall beside a staircase in the campus building.

Net Zero Skills Centre

In 2023 we launched new facilities at the Ipswich Campus to enable the College to equip the future and current workforce with key sustainable technologies.  Hybrid and EV car maintenance, new heating technologies – air source and ground source heat pumps – solar panel installation, rainwater and greywater harvesting, and new approaches to building insulation, are all included in the new Net Zero Skills Centre, which is partly funded by £800,000 from the Ipswich Town Deal.

Visitors Looking At Renewable Energy Materials At The Net Zero Skills Centre

TECH Campus

Opened in September 2021, Tech Campus provides exclusive access to labs and industry-standard workshops for specialist courses in Creative Media Production, Computing & E-sports, Games Design & Game Arts. Also enabling collaborative working with local tech companies and innovators, Tech Campus is a £2.4m project part-funded by £1.6m from the New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership.

Close up of RGB keyboard in the Tech Campus

Curriculum Enrichment and Employer Engagement projects