Students cement their future with Construction Diplomas

18 July 2017

Carr Hill Students who have been studying for Diplomas in Construction and the Built Environment at Preston Vocational Centre (PVC) received their awards this week.

The course is designed to inpire and equip those interested in a career in the construction sector with the skills needed, and provides opportunity to gain the knowledge and ability to support progression into a specialised Level 3 qualification in Construction or a variety of apprenticeships.

20 students received awards with four special recognition being given to:

Liam Coburn for Outstanding Achievement in Painting and Decorating

Kane Coates Dewhurst for Outstanding Achievement in Plastering

Maxim Meadows for Outstanding Achievement in Building Maintenance

Josh McMahon for Outstanding Effort.

Head of Sixth Form Mr Napier said, "We are delighted to be able to offer this course and be able to partner with Prestn Vocational Centre in this way.  We are very proud of our students for achieving their diplomas and wish them all the very best in their future careers". 

If you are interested in finding out more about the Construction and The Built Environment Diploma we offer at Carr Hill through the PVC check out the website here or contact the Sixth Form department on 01772 682008.

PVC Construction Awards 2017