Wendy Richards, who has overcome Aspergers to sign up on a foundation degree course through TCAT
Wendy Richards has been overcoming barriers for most of her life. The 37-year-old, from Aqueduct in Telford, has Asperger’s Syndrome which makes her nervous in large group situations.
But this hasn’t stopped her from following her dreams of earning a degree, with the help of Telford College of Arts and Technology.
L-R: Arianne Bogle (student), Paul Vaughan (Regional Director) and Ruth Burey (Professional Learning and Development Facilitator at Royal College of Nursing), Kelly Louise Parkes and Anil Kumar
Health and Social Care students at Walsall College received an insight in to the role of nurses, after taking part in a conference with the Royal College of Nursing (RCN).
The Royal College of Nursing is the world’s largest nursing union and professional body. It represents more than 435,000 nurses, student nurses, midwives and health care assistants in the UK and internationally.
Six Heart of Worcestershire College (HoW College) Travel and Tourism students went to new heights this week as they took a trip to Birmingham airport in conjunction with Qatar Airways.
The day gave students a chance to explore different job roles and take an exclusive look behind the scenes at one of the countries busiest airports.
Gary Phelps, Editorial Director at Central Independent News and Media, with lecturer Dani Wozencroft and students
Budding reporters from City of Wolverhampton College are seeing their names in print after passing their course with flying colours.
A total of 8 BBC radio apprentices and 11 journalism students celebrated completing the National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ) Diploma in Journalism at the college’s Paget Road campus on October 14.
Level 1 Hospitality and Catering students with Events Executive at Fiver Rivers, Arun Kalair
Hospitality and Catering students received a free training session on the art of silver service, courtesy of Five Rivers a La Carte restaurant in Walsall.
Over 30 Level 1 students visited the fine-dining north Indian restaurant where they received a masterclass and learnt the correct techniques, methods and etiquette to providing excellent silver service. This included how to serve food at the table from platters using a spoon and fork, clear plates and serve wine and water in the correct glass.
Sisters Stacey Bisson and Carla Kesterton prove that sibling support really is the key to success after graduating from Heart of Worcestershire College (HoW College) in Business Management.
Juggling their studies around a busy family life and work commitments the sisters prove that anything is possible with both graduating with a first class honours degree.
The only way is up for Heart of Worcestershire College (HoW College) student, Clair Allen, as she climbs the corporate ladder at Halfords after graduating with a Higher National Diploma (HND) in Business Management.
After making the decision to return to education Clair has been balancing her studies around a busy family life and work. Her determination and hard-work has paid off achieving distinctions across the board in her modules.