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In mid-January 2019, our Level 3 Health & Social Care students attended a Clinical Skills day at St George’s Hospital, Tooting. The day involved hearing about careers in the healthcare sector with insight into the skills practised by healthcare professionals.

For the last couple of months, our students from Level 2 and 3 Electrical Installation course have been on an industry placement with United Living, as part of major construction project on Rhodes Moorhouse Court, Morden.

In the third of our course spotlight stories, we spoke with Mia - Business BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma from our Business, Law and Professional Studies Academy. She shares her experiences on her course and why she choose to study with us.

Just before Christmas, our students from the Level 1 Professional Cookery City & Guilds Introductory Diploma course took part in the 2018 College Rotary Young Chef competition; in partnership the Morden Rotary Club. The competition is one of four stages in the lead up to the Grand Final in Leeds against other Young Chefs who represent other Rotary Club branches from around the UK.

On 6th December 2018, our learners from the Violin Making and Repair course received the visit and a masterclass from Ben Hebbert, the Chairman of the British Violin Making Association (BVMA), one of the foremost violin making associations in the world.

On the evening of Monday 3rd December, 9 of our first year students (5 x L2 Food & Beverage Service and 4 x L1 Professional Cookery) from the College’s Hospitality & Catering Academy served at a canapé and drinks reception for 180 invited guests,  at the recently opened American Embassy in Nine Elms, London.