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During my time at LMC I have won 3 separate awards for being the “Apprentice of the Year”, one from LMC, one from APSE and also one from Lancaster City Council.
I feel like I have gone from strength to strength after leaving College. After winning the Skills Build award whilst still at college, I have now been accepted into the Institute of Carpenters (LIOC) at the grade of Licentiate in recognition of my achievements at College.
Tutors provide honest and critical feedback and support that allowed me to realise important things about the industry I was heading in. While the opportunities allowed me to explore different aspects of games development before deciding what I want to do in the future.
My biggest accomplishment is completing a work placement and then being offered an Apprenticeship at a local manufacturing company. I enjoyed the work environment so I’m looking forward to completing my Apprenticeship there.
I hope to move onto Level 2 Fabrication & Welding and get a job in the future, or maybe an Apprenticeship.
I chose the course because of my previous experiences with welding, this was something which I really enjoyed.
All of the tutors on this course provide as much support as they can, and are always ensuring they push each individual to do their personal best.
Studying at LMC offered me the opportunity to apply for university and achieve my goal of becoming a nurse. The work placements helped to increase my confidence and gave me the opportunity to network in medical environments.
My biggest accomplishment has been taking part in the regional heats for the Skillbuild Competition and finishing in 3rd place. This was my first competition entry and the level of the competition was very strong, so I was very please to be place third in my round.
I hope to get a job in the industry - I volunteer at Blackpool Transport, and hope to gain a job in the maintenance workshop working on the trams which run along Blackpool’s promenade.
I hope to complete my Level 2 course at college and then start my Apprenticeship with BAE in September this year.
If you like to get your hands dirty and get stuck in then the Carpentry & Joinery Apprenticeship course would be a good choice, and you also get paid while you learn.