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Student flies high in career

August 11, 2014

A former student from West Cheshire College is flying high in her career after gaining a job as a Cabin Crew member for Jet2.

Nina Littler studied the 17+ Gateway to Employment- Cabin Crew course at the College and went straight onto gaining employment with the airline.

Nina, 19, from Heswall, Wirral, said: “I’ve always dreamt of being a Cabin Crew member and this course was perfect as it gave me all the right skills and experience I needed.

“I learnt so much from doing the course and I really enjoyed it. The College has a replica aircraft cabin which has all of the facilities of a real aircraft, which was a fantastic way to learn key skills.

“The tutors were really helpful when I started looking for jobs. They emailed me different job opportunities and helped me prepare for interviews.

“When I got the job with Jet2 I completed six-weeks training which I found really easy as most of the things we covered, I had already studied on the course at College.

“I will be flying across Europe in my job and I want to work my way up with Jet2 to have more responsibility on the aircraft.”

Claire de grey Homer, Programme Leader for Travel and Tourism at West Cheshire College, said: “We are delighted with Nina’s success of gaining a job with Jet2 straight after finishing the course.

“Nina was so passionate and hard-working during the course and determined to achieve her career goal. She was a real natural and I wish her every success in her new role.”

“The travel and tourism course has a very high success rate of students gaining employment in the industry working for various companies in locations across the world.” 

West Cheshire College is holding drop in sessions at their Ellesmere Port Campus for people looking for their next steps on 14th and 21st August as it is not too late to enrol onto a course for September.

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

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