Reaching the college sector with new-look for CDN

We are delighted to have produced the 2020 issue of College Development Network’s (CDN) Reach magazine, which has been expanded to feature even more informative and thought-provoking content for Scotland’s colleges.

In this issue, Karen Watt, Chief Executive of the Scottish Funding Council, reflects on her first year in post and explains the role of colleges in ensuring Scotland’s future prosperity. Effective adult learning is key to that prosperity and Richard Lochhead MSP, Minister for Further Education, Higher Education and Science, introduces the new work taking place to develop adult learning.

Tourism is a sector which contributes significantly to Scotland’s economy. It employs over 200,000 people in more than 14,500 companies – and it is our featured industry spotlight in this issue, exploring how colleges are integral to this key sector.

The striking new issue also introduces CDN’s vibrant new branding and logo.

Wendy Grindle, CDN Head of Marketing and Development, said: “With the development of CDN over the past couple of years – along with the introduction of key new initiatives such as College Expo, the College Hall of Fame, #ChooseCollege and a new suite of online learning courses – the time was right for us to review our existing visual style.

“Our fresh look evolved from our College Awards, and is therefore associated with celebration, success and positive change. We hope that the readers of Reach enjoy the new look magazine and the array of features on inspiring best practice from the sector.”

Connect Managing Director Alan Ramsay said: “We were thrilled to work with CDN on their enhanced issue of Reach, featuring their exciting new look. It’s an honour to bring the incredible stories of college innovation to the further education audience .”

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