BFE Healthcare learners have a prescription for success

BFE students, who have completed a suite of healthcare qualifications, have progressed onto a bright future. Tutor Tracy Johnson said: ‘I have been impressed by the commitment, determination and high standard of work from my learners throughout the academic year. Their positive progression is a testament to the hard work they have put in.’

Here are just a selection of learner stories:

Since studying the NCFE Level 2 Certificate in Understanding Working in Mental Health, learner Jen Moore has studied her PTLLS teaching qualification at Newcastle College, and is now embarking on a career as a tutor.

Student Andrea Barnes,who volunteers as a Sure Start support worker, along with Lisa Harvey, are now  both volunteering as  Lymphoma Nursing Assistants at St Oswald’s Hospice, gaining valuable industry experience and are both currently studying Care and Management of Diabetes with BFE.

Danielle Carr, along with Daryl Spark, Level 2 and Level 3 Working in the Health Sector learners at BFE, have secured jobs as Nursing Assistants with the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Gateshead and the RVI in Newcastle.

Level 2 Working in the Health Sector learners Pat Thompson, John Young, Lucy Wallis and Vicky Nesbit have secured employment in the care industry within just one week of completing their courses.

Felour Moghadamy who studied Level 3 Adult Social Care is currently volunteering for Crisis and studying for her DTLLS teaching qualifications.

Su Dixon, who has studied Level 2 & 3 qualifications in Working in the Health Sector, Safe Handling of Medicines and Understanding Mental Health is volunteering as a Client Support Worker at St Oswald’s Hospice.

Progressing to higher education are learners Danielle Carr, Jen Moore and Daryl Spark who have undertaken Foundation Degree courses in health related studies with the Open University.

We at BFE would like to wish them all success on their new journeys!

Similar Posts