A Level Results Day at The Bournemouth & Poole College was extra special for 20-year-old student Brenda Vescance Caroprese.
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Graphic design students from The Bournemouth & Poole College are rising to an unusual challenge this summer. The 12 talented students have been invited to create a mural to decorate a high profile perimeter fence around a £14.5 million building project for a fantastic new Audi sales and car care terminal in Poole.
The students and two tutors involved in the project are already planning to transform the dull security hoardings around a building site into what they hope will be a real head turner.
Bournemouth & Poole College apprentices Stuart Mole and Ben Mosley have fast tracked their way to becoming qualified design engineers with Ishida Europe, a leading supplier of food packaging machines & equipment.
Both young men have raced through their Level 1 Engineering courses and are now about to complete Level 3 before transferring to their HNC qualifications.
Poole-based technology company, Hugh Symons AV, has beaten a host of international rivals to secure a prestigious contract to supply the new £11M site at North Road with the most up-to-date audio visual teaching equipment in the world.
Students will be starting the new college year with classrooms equipped with 30 state-of-the-art 84” Clevertouch Plus interactive screens, supplied and installed by Hugh Symons AV. They are front runners in the competitive market for interactive teaching technology for colleges and universities.
Keri Kane, 20, from Parkstone is helping to make the famous Yellow Buses of Bournemouth run smoothly.
As a member of the finance team Keri has become the first Yellow Buses apprentice - and she’s loving it. Keri has completed her one year Level 2 AAT Apprenticeship and will return to the college in September to begin Level 3.
Keri says as a junior part of the Administration Team she was surprised at the level of responsibility she was given from day one.