Former NSC Student Gives Travel and Tourism Talk

Former NSC Student Gives Travel and Tourism Talk

L to R: Savannah Gregoire (Year 1 Travel and Tourism student), Former student Jemma Lamb and Ellie Steventon (Year 2 Travel and Tourism student)

 

A former student at North Shropshire College has given a talk on what she has been doing since leaving the College; Jemma Lamb was a mature student last year on the NCFE Cabin Crew course. She completed the course and attended a Thomas Cook training day before gaining an interview for Thomas Cook Airlines. Since then Jemma joined the cabin crew team and flew for the Summer 2015 season from Birmingham International Airport, she is due to start her new 2016 Summer Season.

Jemma gave a talk on what she was doing with her qualification, and her experiences at NSC and Thomas Cook. Travel and Tourism lecturer Louise Gregory commented, ‘It was fantastic to see Jemma progressing in her chosen career and providing our current students with information about the application process and the working life of cabin crew.’

Oswestry Campus’ Open Evening is on Wednesday 10th February, from 5pm until 8pm, come along to speak to the Travel and Tourism team. For more information or to apply for Travel and Tourism qualifications at NSC, please visit www.nsc.ac.uk. You can also contact the College Admissions Team on 01691 688080 or email admissions@nsc.ac.uk.

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