70 jobs are going at Chesterfield College. Bosses there say they need to deal with a shortfall in funding of more than 4 million pounds. They're blaming a fall in the number of potential students, an increase in apprenticeships being offered elsewhere and cuts in government funding.
Calendar spoke to College Principal Trevor Clay
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