Two students talked about their Career College experiences to over sixty delegates at the annual PACE Learning and Development Forum in March..
The first year students, Matilda Benson and Taylor Watkins, from Bromley College’s Hospitality, Food and Enterprise Career College joined Career Colleges Trust CEO, Ruth Gilbert, on stage. Their presentation focused on the importance of contextualising maths and English into the curriculum and the ways in which this is being done at Bromley.
PACE (Professional Association for Catering Education) represents hospitality and catering education and training in the country. Members of the organisation help promote excellence and innovation to drive education within the industry, sharing best practice with one another.
This year’s 3-day annual conference took place in London Docklands from 10-12 March, with delegates attendingg from colleges all over the country.
Head of Academy at Bromley’s Hospitality, Food and Enterprise Career College, Gary Farrelly, said: “This high profile event was an excellent opportunity to showcase our Career College and its students. It demonstrated just how well our students can adapt and excel in different situations and I am very proud of both Matilda and Taylor for doing such a great job.”
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