.#LoveOurColleges Week is focusing on a theme of ‘Get In, Go Further’. Michael Mungovan started his career with an Apprenticeship that enabled him to gain experience on the job while gaining his qualification with Cambridge Regional College (@CRC_College). The journey he has taken since has seen his career take develop significantly with Munro Building Services.
Andy Sewell completed his secondary education at Cottenham Village College (@CVCCommEdu) and after spending two weeks on work experience in Girton College Kitchens, he was keen to pursue a career as a Chef. During the summer months following the end of Year 11, family discussions about the benefits of securing a trade, like his father who was a qualified Electrician, resulted in Andy taking a year out of education to consider his options.
Level 3 Art & Design students (@CRC_College) recently attended London Fashion Week as volunteers working behind the scenes, where they found themselves immersed in a world of all things fashion and design. The students spent two days helping to dress the models, fix wardrobe malfunctions, set up scenes for the runway, and escort VIPs to their seats. In addition to this, they were also given plenty of opportunity to enjoy the runway shows.
A series of fully-funded online courses are being launched by Cambridge Regional College (@CRC_College) under the Government's Lifetime Skills Guarantee and Plan for Jobs to provide in demand digital skills training to adults across the East of England.
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