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Skills advancing apace June 30: The faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries has become only the second university in the UK to have staff trained to an advanced professional level in Avid software for film and television editing. Charlie Watts and Stephen Bellinger are now able to offer students and staff Avid User Certification at an advanced level (MC201/205), allowing them to more fully engage with industry and gain high-level skills.
University ethical food rewarded June 24: The University of Portsmouth has received a Soil Association Food For Life Bronze award, for the work that St Andrew’s Coffee Shop does providing reassurance to students and staff that the food they are eating meets high standards of traceability, provenance and freshness. The University has also become a member of Hampshire Fare, a not-for-profit community interest organisation whose members are dedicated to producing, selling or serving local produce.