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South Staffordshire College

South Staffordshire College
Principal Graham Morley
Location Staffordshire

South Staffordshire College is a further education college located over four sites in Staffordshire, England.

The college was created in 2009 as a result of a merger of Cannock Chase Technical College, Rodbaston College and Tamworth and Lichfield College. It now operates over four sites in Cannock Chase, Lichfield, Rodbaston and Tamworth.

South Staffordshire College offers a range of courses including NVQs, apprenticeships and access courses. The college also has a small higher education provision, with courses offered in conjunction with Staffordshire University and the University of Wolverhampton.


  • Cannock Campus, Walsall Road, Cannock ()
  • Lichfield Campus, The Friary, Lichfield ()
  • Rodbaston Campus, Penkridge ()
  • Tamworth Campus, Croft Street, Tamworth ()

External links

  • South Staffordshire College homepage
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