Matthew Hague, Electrical Apprentice, Amersham & Wycombe College

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I chose Amersham & Wycombe College because it had the best facilities and reputation locally.case study - Matthew Hague

I started on the level 2 course and am now doing a level 3 Apprenticeship. The college part of the course is really important as I get to learn all the theory, which you can’t really learn on the job. I am capable now of completely wiring a house and work with my supervisor in terms of him officially signing my work off. I am also studying in the evenings to complete my suite of qualifications. I can recommend vocational training, don’t just follow the A Levels/university route- it isn’t the only way and doing a vocational course can really give you the right skills you need to get on in life. It is paying off for me in terms of work and achievement – I won the National Sparks Apprentice of the Year competition 2012 – competing for the Sparks magazine prize against electrical Apprentices nationally.

 

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