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West Cheshire College Talent Awards Evening

June 19, 2015

Team Red Box had the pleasure of meeting one of the UK's greatest athletes, Colin Jackson on Wednesday evening at our client West Cheshire College Awards Evening. The evening was a great success and the new marketing campaign Limitless was launched.

Students take historic trip to Auschwitz

April 30, 2015

Public Services students from West Cheshire College recently visited Auschwitz in Krakow as part of their studies.

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The Level 3 students visited both camps of Auschwitz, the old Jewish quarter of the town as well as Schindler’s factory.

Wayne Edwards, Public Services tutor at West Cheshire College, said: “The trip to Auschwitz was fascinating for our students.

“Visiting the historical sites made us all understand more about what happened there and the scale of the events really hit you. It was an emotional trip but I’m sure it is one that will stay in the memory of our students.

“The Auschwitz visit will not only enrich our students but will help bring what they learn at College to life.”

Caitlin Kenzie, 18, from Elton, Cheshire who is studying BTEC Extended Diploma in Public Services, said: “Visiting where the horrors of the Holocaust took place was eye opening and extremely moving.

“Before our trip we have been talking about Auschwitz in College so it was an interesting  experience to see first-hand what we had been discussing.”

For more information about studying Public Services at West Cheshire College, call 01244 656555 or visit


An evening of celebration for Ellesmere Port HE students

April 2, 2015

Successful students from Ellesmere Port celebrated their achievements at West Cheshire College’s Higher Education Graduation Ceremony on 15th January 2015 at Chester Cathedral.

The ceremony welcomed Kirsty Henshaw as guest speaker. Kirsty, who appeared on Dragon’s Den and is now owner of Kirsty’s, which specialises in healthy ready meals, presented certificates to the students.

Students honoured at the event had studied more than 25 different higher education qualifications including Foundation Degrees in subjects such as ICT, Travel and Tourism and Public Services; as well as professional qualifications such as AAT Diploma in Accounting, CIPD Advanced Diplomas in Human Resource Management and CMI Diploma in Management.

Alice Hurst, 20, from Ellesmere Port, received a BTEC HND Diploma in Travel and Tourism Management. She said: “I studied Travel and Tourism in high school and really enjoyed it. Ever since then it has been my goal to work in the industry.

 “Last year the College helped me get a job as a Holiday Representative in Turkey which gave me great experience.

“I also feel that what I’ve learnt on the course as a whole has given me the right skills and experience to get a good job in the industry.”

Nigel Davies, Principal and Chief Executive at West Cheshire College, said: “This prestigious awards ceremony is a special day for each student as it celebrates individual and collective achievements. 

“We are extremely proud of our students and encourage all of them to achieve their potential whether that continuing to university, starting their own business or entering their chosen career.

“On behalf of everyone at West Cheshire College, we would like to wish our students the warmest congratulations and well wishes for the future.” 

Guest speaker Kirsty Henshaw added: “I’m honoured to be here and present the certificates to the students. Each student should be enormously proud of their achievements.

“Since I launched Kirsty’s, I have learnt many lessons on my journey. I would say each individual should find a focus and work towards that. The secret to finding your own success is finding what you think is successful and what makes you happy. Follow your heart, don’t give up and work hard.”

At the end of the evening, Kirsty presented Chester student Luke Bailey with the surprise Student of the Year Award for his hard work and dedication during his Public Services course.

Luke Bailey, 20, said: “I am over the moon about winning Student of the Year. Whilst studying at the College I was also the Student President, which gave me a lot of great experiences and helped build my knowledge and confidence.”

If you are interested in studying a Higher Education qualification, West Cheshire College is hosting a Higher Education Open Evening on Wednesday 28th January at their Ellesmere Port Campus from 4pm – 7pm. For more information on the open evening call our admissions team on 01244 656 555 or visit

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