Students reach their potential on travel course held for the first time at Huntingdon college campus
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Students studying a course offered for the first time at the Huntingdon campus of Cambridge Regional College have all passed with flying colours.
The BTEC Level 2 Travel and Tourism course led to results of students receiving grades from merit/pass through to distinction.
Students had mentoring from ASLA Travel and guest speakers from the Premier Travel and off-site visits to Woburn Safari Park and Aerozone at Stansted.
Learners logged on to Teams to complete their coursework and attended their full timetable online during the lockdown period.
Elaine Groombridge said: “All of the Level 2 travel students have developed in confidence and professional skill.
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“As tutors, we are proud of their achievements and how they have demonstrated their college values.
“The learners have fed back that the support given by their tutor, Megan Miller, has undoubtedly assisted them in achieving their aspirations.”
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