On the 30th June, we celebrated the success of our students at our annual Student Award Ceremony. This year, the event took place at Missenden Abbey, Great Missenden and was hosted by television and radio presenter, Andy Collins.
Beginning in early October, our Level 3 Graphic Design students have been working on their Thame Carnival Logo Project as part of their work experience. Students were met with the task of coming up with a new logo for the Thame Carnival 2022. This logo, once chosen would be used by the organisers for all advertising and promotional material of the event.
We are pleased to announce that have been awarded with a City and Guilds Excellence in EPA award. The award was presented to our Principal, Karen Mitchell and Apprenticeship Team.
EPA is City and Guilds’ End-point Assessment Service. They deliver EPA’s across a broad range of apprenticeship standards with unrivalled support and assessment preparation for staff and apprenticeships. The EPA tests the knowledge, skills and behaviours that an apprentice has gained during their training and demonstrates the competence of an apprentice in their role.
Presented by Regional Business Manager Megann McKinnon, she said ‘I am delighted to let you know that as a result of the high quality and standard of your apprenticeship provision, City & Guilds have awarded you with an Excellence in EPA plaque.
This is testament to your commitment to delivering standards and providing a great experiences for your Apprentices and employers. Especially given the environmental factors that have had to be navigated.
We have analysed our data and due to the high pass rate and number of distinctions at your centre, we are pleased to provide an “Excellence in EPA delivery” plaque in recognition of your services.’
This Month, some of our Level 1 Carpentry students travelled to Watford to visit their £400 million regeneration project.
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