Ambition: Help children and families
“My placements have helped my knowledge and applying it to my college course assignments. I also completed a 20 hour assessment based on children’s personal and social development. I had to meet criteria identifying barriers to learning which I had to evidence in my assessment.”
“After my degree I want to train to become a family support worker, I want to help children with opportunities and giving families the chances I had as a young person.”
Suzana Stastna studied Childcare and is now at Staffordshire University studying Early Childhood Studies.
Ambition: A career focused on discipline
“I really enjoyed the physical side of the course – the exercise and discipline. I’d always known this was the route I wanted to take, and my tutors were really supportive,”
“I wanted to join the marines because they’re the hardest and I wanted the challenge – to join the best of the best.”
Cameron will join the 43 Commando regiment, with more training at Faslane in Scotland, where his main duties will be nuclear protection.
Cameron Gordon studied Level 3 Public Uniformed Service and is now a Royal Marines Commando.
Ambition: Set up a new business
“I am really happy because my family look up to me as I am the first born and the first to go to university in the UK. Relocating from Ghana to Italy and then to the UK was a big challenge for me but I was determined and with the assistance from tutors and career advisers, I’ve been able to sail through.“
Christiana Agyekum studied Level 3 Business. She is now studying Business Management at Birmingham City University.
Ambition: Working towards a career later in life
"I came to Telford College as a mature student as it offered me the ability to gain a place on my dream degree course. "
"I would love for more students to realise they can do a course like mine with the Access to Higher Education pathway!"
Meg Batchelor completed Access to HE (Science). She is now studying Veterinary Science at Bristol University.
Students at Telford College learn to harness their strengths, become more independent and succeed in a career they love.
Whether your son or daughter is highly academic or a hands-on, practical learner, they will achieve their ambitions with us.
Parents and carers who visited our open event said:
|"What has struck me the most is how
lively and interactive the whole place
feels. It’s more like a university than a
college. Very impressive."
Sarah Fowler, from Admaston
|"My daughter wants to be a professional
footballer and progress her studies too, so
it was great to hear about the partnership
with Wolverhampton Wanderers FC."
Jeanette Smith, from Hadley
"Telford College supported Emma with her A level studies and her extended project, and also provided support and guidance which helped her gain entry to Cambridge. The college’s flexibility enabled her to attend timetabled tutorials, while also being able to study independently at home. This best suited Emma’s personal learning style, and we’re grateful to the college for recognising this."
Adrian Hide from Apley, Telford