Adult Learning Student Case Studies at Northumberland College

Adult student case studies

Suzanne, from Morpeth, decided to study at Northumberland College to pursue a career in something she has always been passionate about and enjoyed as a hobby for many years.

Level 2 Hairdressing student 28-year-old Frankie Simpson, from Berwick, has a passion for studying and career development.

With a background in hospitality and catering Lynn is studying towards a BA Honours Degree in Events Management with hopes for career development in her work at the Freeman Hospital, where she works as a dietary specialist chef.

23-year-old Dale Weatherhead from Eyemouth, studies Level 3 Travel and Tourism at Northumberland College’s Berwick Centre.

Mark Johnson, 39, from Newcastle studied Level 3 Arboriculture at Northumberland College’s Kirkley Hall campus ten years ago, after a career in multi-media design he found himself looking for a change of direction to something he enjoyed more.

I’ve always had an interest in photography and I got to a stage of my life when I decided that I wanted to study and make a career out of it, so I enrolled at Northumberland College.

I’ve got a background in financial services, but I have always wanted to become a teacher. I chose to study the Access to HE Diploma because it’s an ideal bridge to university.

Katherine chose to study Floristry after being made redundant at the age of 40. She has always been interested in flowers and used to enter competitions as a child so she decided it was time to learn more about something she loves.

Emma chose to study at Kirkley Hall to improve her gardening skills after starting work as a gardener at Hepburn Bell with Lilburn Estates. She began a work-based Apprenticeship which enabled her to gain hands-on experience and also study one day ...

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