Scarborough TEC

Scarborough TEC, (formerly known as Yorkshire Coast College, Scarborough Technical College, Scarborough Technical Institute, and Scarborough School of Art)[1] is a further education college located on Filey Road Scarborough, North Yorkshire, England. It is a constituent college of the Grimsby Institute of Further & Higher Education.[2]

Yorkshire Coast College was originally an independently controlled institution, but due to consistently poor results and long-term financial difficulties was taken over by the Grimsby Institute in January 2010.[3]

College courses for students from Scarborough and the surrounding area include NVQs, GCSEs, BTECs, Apprenticeships and Access courses, and some higher education courses in conjunction with the University of Hull.[2]

In November 2016, the name was changed from Yorkshire Coast College to Scarborough TEC, with the TEC standing for Training, Education, Careers.[4]

Notable recent alumni

Alumni from period as Scarborough School of Art 1882-1907

References

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  10. Bayliss, Anne; Bayliss, Paul (1999). "The origins and First Fifty Years of Scarborough School of Art". Transactions of the Scarborough Archaeological and Historical Society. Scarborough: Scarborough Archaeological and Historical Society (35): 18–35. ISSN 1474-1229.
  11. Swales, Jeannie (15 March 2014). "Mason's watercolour of Fisher Girls". Scarborough News. Retrieved 30 May 2018.

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