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The courses, which are based at Havering College’s Quarles Campus, last just 5 weeks and offer a guaranteed job interview for successful learners. They are designed to equip learners with the basic skills needed to gain sustainable employment in the rail sector. To date, the Rail Training Academy has achieved great success with a 97% course completion rate and 84% of participants now in full-time employment within the rail industry. Current student Terrence Martin said “I was a little apprehensive about being in a classroom environment as I haven’t been in one for 20 years…the teachers gave me the support and the courage I needed to get on with my work. It’s a job I can see myself doing for years and years to come…this is something that I will take with me throughout my life.“I was a little apprehensive about being in a classroom environment as I haven’t been in one for 20 years…the teachers gave me the support and the courage I needed to get on with my work. It’s a job I can see myself doing for years and years to come…this is something that I will take with me throughout my life.”
“I was a little apprehensive about being in a classroom environment as I haven’t been in one for 20 years…the teachers gave me the support and the courage I needed to get on with my work. It’s a job I can see myself doing for years and years to come…this is something that I will take with me throughout my life.”
Arthur D. Faulkner, who was unemployed before completing the course and is now in full-time work said
“I look after my two children and found it very difficult to get back into work. I asked to be put on this course and although I found training difficult I am now working on the track. Once they knew I also had a driving licence they gave me a van so I could pick up tools, they were so impressed with my work I am now in charge of stores for my company.”
Rail equipment, donated by Transport for London, has been installed at the college so that students can get practical experience using the specialist equipment used in the rail industry. They have also received support from Network Rail and Rainham based, Plant & Logistics. Mr Iain Duncan Smith, MP said “ This partnership (the Rail Training Academy) is such a fantastic example of all that is good and best in further education colleges and applied
“This partnership (the Rail Training Academy) is such a fantastic example of all that is good and best in further education colleges and applied training. I hope this will be replicated all over the country".
The Rail Training Academy is accepting applications via Jobcentre Plus from anyone interested in a career in rail. There is no upper age limit but applicants must be at least 17 years of age and meet sector medical capability requirements. For more information contact Angelia Spearing or Mark Lynch on 0208 223 1257.
The Jubilee restaurant was mentioned in The Havering Resident’s November 2016 edition magazine a luxury London lifestyle magazine published by Archant which is the fifth largest regional newspaper publisher in the whole of the UK
Tony Pecoraro is the manager of The Jubilee Restaurant and also a food service lecturer, Tony has said that “Many students do go onto working in a lot of top class places such as Dorchester in London”.
With furnished white cloth tables & a bar, The Jubilee Restaurant has a sophisticated vibe that students support with their professional attire. So the student-lead restaurant in Harold Hill has the same feel as your top restaurant in the centre of London. The students are supported by a network educator to enhance their skills in preparation for their careers.
The restaurant doesn’t only help build the students’ self-esteem it also teaches hands-on skills which is a win-win situation.
It was all hands on deck from the time staff arrived at the theatre to help setup at 9am to the time they left at around 8:30pm and it all ran rather smoothly.
In the foyer, whilst waiting for the ceremonies to begin, free teas and cakes were available to everyone and there was a lovely social atmosphere.
There were 150 graduates in total and the auditorium was buzzing with pride and excitement from them and their families. They looked very confident in their colourful robes as they posed for their photographs.
This year Simon Calder was our guest speaker. He went to Warwick University and looked grand in his robes. His speech was very interesting, giving his top 20 tips on how to have a successful future. He spoke about his journey through life and how he became a supporter of travelling all over the world and reporting for the BBC.
All in all it was a great event that everyone enjoyed and hopefully next year’s one will be just as good if not better!
The league is designed to offer tournament opportunities to male students who are not currently in academy programmes to play football against other colleges.
So far the team, which consists of – Eyyub Husseni Yusef, Aman Khalid, (GK) Xhovani Kalthi, Ergys Xhoxha, Osman Hassan, Luke Fearne, Marc Relph and Captain Nathan Mutale have played 4 games.. They played four games that consisted of two 10 minute halves without any subs. Goal Keeper, Ergys Xhoxha managed to pull off two magnificent penalty saves during the tournament.
Faye Lambert said
I was extremely proud of them, they were a real credit to the college and should be pleased with their achievement. The team are back in action again on the 23rd November and training takes place on the back field with myself on a Thursday 4.30-6pm.
Now in its 6th year, Havering Asks’ is a BBC ‘Question Time’ style debate show produced by the media department at Havering College. Like ‘Question Time’, ‘Havering Asks’ consists of prominent figures from the worlds of politics, journalism and entertainment taking questions from a 150 strong audience of students drawn from local schools and colleges.
Panellists just announced include; Mike Gapes, Labour MP for Ilford South, Lord Edward Faulks QC, Conservative peer and former Minister of State for Justice, Gulwali Passarlay, former child migrant from Afghanistan and Hannah Clare, Co-Chair of the Young Greens Party.
Chairing the event, for the fourth year in a row will be BBC broadcaster Fred Dove.
Havering Asks 2016 will take place on Friday, 2nd December 2016 from 2:30pm, at the college's Ardleigh Green Campus. It will be streamed live to screens across all Havering College Campus sites and on the internet. Everyone will also be able to follow the debate live on Twitter at @HaveringCollege #HaveringAsks.