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Cheshire College – South & West is a post-16 further education and vocational college in Cheshire, England, formed in 2017 by the merger of West Cheshire College and South Cheshire College. Its main campus is in Crewe (60%), with other sites in Ellesmere Port (28%) and Chester (12%). The principal is Jasbir Dhesi. In November 2019, there were 3,800 students in the 16–18 age range, together with 5,500 adult learners, mainly taking part-time or short courses, and 876 apprentices. In 2019, there were 243 full-time equivalent teachers.

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  • Cheshire College – South & West is a post-16 further education and vocational college in Cheshire, England, formed in 2017 by the merger of West Cheshire College and South Cheshire College. Its main campus is in Crewe (60%), with other sites in Ellesmere Port (28%) and Chester (12%). The principal is Jasbir Dhesi. In November 2019, there were 3,800 students in the 16–18 age range, together with 5,500 adult learners, mainly taking part-time or short courses, and 876 apprentices. In 2019, there were 243 full-time equivalent teachers.
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  • Cheshire College – South & West is a post-16 further education and vocational college in Cheshire, England, formed in 2017 by the merger of West Cheshire College and South Cheshire College. Its main campus is in Crewe (60%), with other sites in Ellesmere Port (28%) and Chester (12%). The principal is Jasbir Dhesi. In November 2019, there were 3,800 students in the 16–18 age range, together with 5,500 adult learners, mainly taking part-time or short courses, and 876 apprentices. In 2019, there were 243 full-time equivalent teachers. It was rated "Good" overall by Ofsted in December 2019, although "Provision for learners with high needs" was assessed as "Requires improvement". The college ran at a before-tax deficit in 2017–18 (£569,000) and 2018–19 (£1.18 million).
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