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Student Engagement

As a student of the College, you will be supported and encouraged to work hard to achieve success.

 

There will be many opportunities for you to take part in a range of course-related trips, or work on live briefs with employers in order to get a real insight into your chosen career, as well as the chance to take up valuable work experience. There’ll also be opportunities to sit in on presentations from industry experts about what to expect in the world of work.

These experiences, together with the opportunity to get involved in a range of enrichment activities – such as Student Council or Learner Voice, are all designed to enhance your skills and personal development and make sure you’re prepared for life after college. 


Student Enrichment

As well as the time spent on study, we also want your ‘free’ time here to be interesting, fun, exciting and rewarding, and that’s why we have a programme of exciting activities for you can get involved in, organised by both the students’ union and our dedicated student enrichment team.

DAY TRIPS AND EVENTS

Throughout the year there will be a range of trips organised to help you relax and make the most of your free time in college. Events such as the bi-annual Students’ Fair – where you can enjoy lots of fun activities, free food and giveaways – and popular day drips including Chill Factore or the Trafford Centre. Many trips arranged are at the students’ request, and the teams welcome your suggestions to visit different places of interest.

PRINCE’S TRUST

You can get involved in the Prince’s Trust initiative during your time in college. You’ll take part in a range of outdoor pursuits as part of the award; and the experiences gained will look great on your CV!

STUDENT VOICE – REPRESENT

If you think you have what it takes to represent you class on any platform, why not put yourself forward to become a student/class rep. If successful, you’ll get to attend regular meetings with management about how the college runs. It’s an opportunity to raise issues or concerns around how decisions affect your fellow classmates.

VOLUNTEERING

The Student Enrichment team provides opportunities for you to get involved in volunteering initiatives, including in the local community or at charity events such as sorting Christmas gift hampers for children living amidst countries in conflict.