Students have been gaining valuable knowledge and information about Apprenticeships at the Suffolk Schools Apprenticeship Fair.
Coinciding with National Apprenticeship Week, the Apprenticeship Fair, which was hosted at Suffolk New College, with over 40 local employers of Apprentices and training providers, all who were keen to recruit and educate the next generation of Apprentices.
Coinciding with National Apprenticeship Week, Suffolk New College have been celebrating the hard work of their Apprentices.
With over 365 Apprentices enrolled at the College, Apprenticeships are an excellent way of gaining qualifications and workplace experience.
Suffolk New College students have been gaining real life work experience, while helping give a local business a makeover.
Over the past few weeks, the College’s Painting & Decorating students have been using their skills to help redecorate John Grose in Ipswich, painting the companies canteen, corridors, doors and doorways.
Students have been gaining important information while having fun at the Suffolk New College Refreshers Fair.
Suffolk New College students had the opportunity to play games, receive offers and win prizes while interacting with a range of different organisations from around the area.
Suffolk New College students have been putting their skills to the test, organising a two day music event.
Students from the College’s School of Creative Arts all worked together to put on a two night music extravaganza at the Malthouse music venue in Ipswich titled The Malthouse Mix.
College Students have been sharing the love, hosting a Valentine’s Day afternoon tea.
Suffolk New College’s Catering students recently organised a themed afternoon tea event called Be My Valentine, which took place at the College’s in house restaurant, Shelley’s.
Students at Suffolk New College have been working hard to raise money for charity.
Students on the College’s Learning for Independence course recently presented a check for £46 to the East Anglian Children’s Hospice (EACH), with all the money being raised by the students.