At the end of the summer term, we celebrated the hard work shown by our ESOL Young learners throughout the year with an awards ceremony 🎉 The event recognised learners who have shown outstanding performance, with certificates handed out for attendance, progress and contribution, in addition to enrichment areas such as art, drama and music. Read more in the latest news story via the link in bio #LewishamCollege #ESOL #unlockyourpotential
Joe, a professor rugby player for St Helens is also a student at West Lancashire College, in which he is studying our evening course in Carpentry & Joinery to increase his experience, qualifications and skills further for when he retires from rugby 🏉❤️ https://t.co/JlYBMSTYBY https://t.co/7gE1WiWcYy
Congratulations to those who successfully completed the Level 2 Certificate for Plaster skimmer course recently. We received some great feedback from the course. Learner, Edward Celmins, said “I’ve loved it, it’s given me motivation and a new lease of life which is really benefiting my mental health too. The plastering tutors are great, so much so I will be progressing to the full time Level 2 Plastering course in September." Philip Greggan added, “this course has been a great opportunity to learn new skills and develop an understanding of the skimming process. It is hard work, you need to give 100%, but completing the course has given me a great, proud feeling.” The 6 week programme was ran in partnership with British Gypsum. Ryan Seeley, Training Partnership Manager, British Gypsum presented the learners with their certificates. He said, “It was a real treat to get the opportunity to talk to all the learners and learn about just what a positive impact this training is having in each of their lives. Well done to everyone and good luck with the next step of your journey into industry!“ Well done everyone.
It's not every day that you are loaned part of a Formula 1 vehicle! 🤩 Our Motor Vehicle and Engineering students have had the pleasure of looking after the nose cone from the Force India F1 VJM01 Giancarlo Fisichella vehicle from the 2008 Singapore Grand Prix 🏎️ https://t.co/l4OKYOsC2X
Come to an NCUC Graduation Ceremony with us! 🎓 #newcastlegrad
Our @giveadaytothecity project at @carlisle_key wouldn't have been possible without the help of some very special people and businesses. Thank you to Bricklaying student Harry Braithwaite, who used his work experience hours to build a wall for our sheltered bench project.👏🏻 Thank you to Julian from @warwickroadbedcentrecarlisle who picked up some old mattresses to make space for the new bike racks. 👏🏻 Thank you to Whiteheads cycle store for giving great advice. AND a massive Thank You to @wickes for their very generous material donations and Thank You to @bswtimber for donating ALL the timber needed. ❤️👏🏻
We are delighted to share that former Level 3 Sport and Exercise Science West Lancashire College student, Jamie Leigh has secured a job with the fitness giants. After working with her new team for 3 months, Jamie has been awarded Employee of the Month 😄 https://t.co/ZPwJMu0CDL
Our Applied Science Students used their chemistry skills and knowledge recently take part in the Royal Society of Chemistry's annual analyst competition for schools and colleges. The task was to create 'the best fish and chips' for a mythical fish and chip shop; they worked as teams to plan a full day of experiments, carried out a range of analytical procedures with accuracy and precision. Although we didn't win best in region, the students were all commended on the high standard of results. Dr Graeme Turnbull, CChem, FHEA, MRSC, Senior Lecturer in Chemistry, Department of Applied Sciences said "'The quality of all your entries was exceptionally high, and your teams should feel very proud of their achievements'. Well done to Hannah Walker and Tom Dyer who beat off the stiff competition from their class to win the Carlisle College competition. Well done everyone!