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Case Studies and Progression

Many of our students progress through their courses gaining employment or moving onto a higher level course.

After having a sceptical perception of education, Ashley Rose enrolled onto the NVQ Level 1 Carpentry and Joinery course here at AccRoss. After successfully passing the course, Ashley progressed onto the Level 2 and then the Level 3, along the way completely changing his perception of education. Ashley achieved distinctions all the way through his studies and plucked up the courage to progress onto the HNC in Professional Construction. Needless to say Ashley successfully gained his HNC and also managed to gain full-time employment, working for Property Management and Building Consultancy in Manchester! Ashley Rose
Ashley Rose, Carpentry & Joinery Level 1, 2 & 3 and HNC in Professional Construction
Former Accrington Academy student Lucy Chadwick started at AccRoss College studying BTEC Level 3 extended Diploma in Sport as well as being part of the Girls’ Football Academy. As part of the Girls’ Academy, Lucy was part of the team that won the prestigious Premier Cup at St Georges Park. Lucy has since gone on to study a degree in Sports Science with the hope of becoming a P.E Teacher. Lucy said “This course will provide me with everything I need to achieve my career aspirations”. Case-Study-Lucy-Chadwick
Lucy Chadwick, BTEC Level 3 extended Diploma in Sport
Star student Demi Fish came to the College after leaving high school with a passion for all things song and dance. Demi was an enthusiastic student, playing pivotal roles in many of the College’s Performing Arts productions. After achieving an incredible triple distinction grade, Demi was offered a place at Manchester University to study a BA in Musical Theatre Performance. Demi Fish
Demi Fish, Level 3 Extended Diploma in Musical Theatre
Former All Saints student Jack Murray has received glowing reports from tutors within the Motor Engineering Department. Jack studied his Light Vehicle IMI Level One qualification last year, excelling in both the theory and practical elements the course demands. After passing with flying colours, Jack has progressed onto the Level 2 and stepped up his game once more, passing the course and receiving great feedback. Jack is currently studying the Light Vehicle IMI Level 3 qualification and is on track to add to his already sizeable CV. Jack Murray
Jack Murray, Light Vehicle IMI Level 1 & 2
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