Students on business courses at West Nottinghamshire College have been applauded for their successes and achievements throughout the academic year.
An evening awards celebration saw learners receive accolades across a range of categories including top student, best work placement feedback, most creative, and most likely to be on The Apprentice.
Held in college restaurant Refined, at its Derby Road campus in Mansfield, the awards night was organised by a cohort of first-year students on level 3 business courses as part of the ‘managing an event’ unit.
Ella Fletcher was appointed team-leader and worked with fellow students Blair Brigstock, Daniel Ogieva-Ada, Dylan Hopkins, Harley Mee, Katie Taylor, Lucy-Jo Moss, Nikita Hatton, Ruby Layton and Rungrat Nuathong to bring the event together.
Each were assigned roles and together they were responsible for selecting the venue, décor, catering and branding, and inviting the nominated and winning students to celebrate and receive recognition in front of their proud teachers, classmates and family members.
Category winners, who received trophies and certificates, were:
Business teacher Jess White said: “Students wanted to create an event that recognised other learners’ successes and achievements over the past year, while allowing themselves to complete an important practical element of their course.
“I’m incredibly proud of them all – their event was a huge success. All nominees and winners should also feel very proud of what they’ve accomplished. Their awards are extremely well-deserved.
“It was a delight to be part of this wonderful celebration and to see lots of smiling students and their proud families and guests.”← Back to Community News