Find out what our learners say in this short video
Armistice Day 2016
Armistice Day 2016
Uniformed and Public Services - Case Studies
Joshua Garner, a Uniformed Services student and a Lance Corporal in the Army cadets known as “Woods” helped organise the drill in this year’s Remembrance parade at College. He is part of Canley platoon, bravo company Warwickshire and West Midlands south sector army cadet force.
Joshua says “My personal favourite subject is drill and over the past four years within the cadet force I have develop drill skills in my role as a Lance Corporal and I was happy to help out."
Josh plans to join the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers when he finishes his uniformed service course.
Charlotte Anderton a Uniformed Services student and a Sergeant in the Army cadets with Canley platoon helped to plan and took part in the Remembrance parade that took place in the college Atrium.
Uniformed Services student Steven Child a sergeant in the Army cadets was chosen to organise this year’s Remembrance day parade as he had had experience of teaching cadets drills and telling them what to do.
He says “It is the first time I have organised the parade and I have realised that the plan changes a few times before you get it right!
James joins the Household Cavalry
James Turner joined Henley College from Foxford School and started on his path to a career in the Uniformed Services. He started on a level 2 Uniformed Services course and then progressed to level 3 and has passed the first phase to go into the Household Cavalry Blues and Royals.
Amaara heads for a career in the Police after being fast tracked at Henley College!
Amaara Arif came to Henley College straight from school and started on a Science course but she was unsure of what she wanted to do so joined the Prince’s Trust to consider her options.
Amandeep moves to London to pursue her dream career.
Amandeep Gill always wanted to be in the Police force so she enrolled on the level 3 Uniformed Service course at Henley College. She was fast tracked to the HND in Uniformed and Public Service and whilst she was on the course she completed the training for the Leicestershire Specials Police Constabulary. She has now finished the HND and has been accepted by the London Metropolitan Police Specials as she is off to London to study.
She says “The tutors on this course have supported me so much. They are always here to help and are a great team. My plan is to go to London Metropolitan University and study Criminology and Youth Studies for my final year. After that I hope to have a full time career in the Police Force.”
Class of 15/16 Here is a selection of quotes from our HND Uniformed and Public Service learners and where they are progressing to: