Articles from Vanessa Skinner

Cambridge Regional College Construction student shortlisted in AoC Awards

In 2018, at the age of 15, Haydn Garrod was involved in a collision with a motor vehicle while riding his bike. The incident resulted in Haydn suffering a catastrophic brain injury that required emergency surgery. After a long period of rehabilitation, and having missed the opportunity to sit his GCSE’s, Haydn returned to education at Cambridge Regional College on the entry level Construction course, studying Functional Skills English and maths alongside

Magpas delivers life-saving training at Cambridge Regional College

Magpas Air Ambulance (@Magpas_Charity) have been working with Cambridge Regional College (@CRC_College) to deliver CPR and Defibrillator training to students at the Cambridge and Huntingdon campus as part of the Empower Freshers’ Fair.

The Dirty Dozen support celebrity chefs

As summer draws to a close, Cambridge Regional College (@CRC_College) Chef Lecturer, Anthony Dunball, and Apprentice Commis Chef, Patrick Lyons, joined some of the country’s finest talent in a head-to-head barbecue contest organised by Murray Chapman, founder of Passion to Inspire.

Creative Media success leads to promising career in TV Production

George Allen left Impington Village College (@ImpingtonVC) with a keen interest in film and photography and while he knew that he wanted to develop his skills and knowledge in media, he wasn’t sure how far he could take this ambition. George enrolled onto the L3 Extended Diploma in Creative Media Production course at Cambridge Regional College (@CRC_College) to start his journey in the Creative Industries.

Chef Lecturer grabs opportunity at The Ritz

Cambridge Regional College (@CRC_College), Chef Lecturer, Anthony Dunball recently attended a three-day professional development experience at The Ritz, London, working with Executive Head Chef, John Williams MBE and Nick Henn, Pastry chef at The Nomad Hotel, who has had previously worked with Raymond Blanc.

Aspiring midwife pursues her dreams

Growing up, Jessica Ryan enjoyed imagining herself in a variety of careers often moving between the idea of being a neuroscientist, psychologist, or journalist, depending on her interests at the time. Upon gaining her GCSE’s, Jessica completed her A-Levels with Hinchingbrooke College before entering employment.

Apprentices and employers celebrated at CRC Apprenticeship Awards

Apprentices and employers from across the region have been recognised in the Cambridge Regional College (@CRC_College) Apprenticeship Awards.

British Sign Language success for Cambridge Regional College's Imogen

During her teenage years, Imogen Smith was home-schooled, where she found herself enjoying art, cooking and sports. Living in a bilingual household, in which her father and younger brother have hearing impairements, led Imogen to start studying British Sign Language at the age of 14 and before she had turned 16, she had gained her Level 2 and Level 3 qualifications.

Science Changed the Course of My Career

After completing her secondary education, Abbie Lowe attended Long Road Sixth Form College where she studied A-level Biology, Chemistry and English literature with a view to going to university to study childcare. With a university place already secured, Abbie began to reconsider her further education options and started to explore the ways in which she could incorporate her love of science with her career.

Apprentice of The Year sets her sights on nursing degree

Care, Health and Early Years Apprentice, Hope Holliday has been named as Apprentice of the Year in the Cambridge Regional College (@CRC_College) Apprenticeship Awards.

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