Specialist pathways are focussed on future careers or higher education opportunities. A pathway is made up of courses that allow any student the opportunity to achieve their goals and ambitions.
"This qualification is in line with industry requirements and provides students with tangible employability skills within the sector. We're extremely pleased to be partnering with Broadstairs College to provide learners with the best possible blend of academic and practical experience, which will aid entry into the leisure industry."
"We are thrilled to be a part of the sports and leisure programme at Broadstairs College and look forward to inspiring the students to achieve their qualifications and opportunities in the sports and leisure industry through this programme across Thanet."
"We are delighted to be working in partnership with Broadstairs College. As a provider of sport to primary school children, it is pleasing to know there are future opportunities for them to gain qualifications in the sports and leisure industry."
Our Level 3 Art & Design students and staff joined up for the procession in Margate to celebrate International Women's Day 2018. The procession moved along from Nayland Rock Shelter to the Turner Contemporary. This was part of the opening of the POW! Thanet Festival (Power of Women). The students made their own banners for the event.
Every year our Hair and Media Makeup students take part in a week of work experience at The Marlowe Theatre in Canterbury. This year the students worked alongside the cast and crew of My Fair Lady.
Our Media and Theatrical Makeup students visited the MAC Cosmetics store in Carnaby Street to learn from professional makeup artists. The students watched demonstrations and got to test out the MAC Professional range. They also took a trip to the Urban Decay Superstore in London to stock up on new makeup for their course.
Every year our Hair and Media Makeup students take part in a week of work experience at The Marlowe Theatre in Canterbury. This year, the students worked alongside the cast and crew of My Fair Lady.
Our Media and Theatrical Makeup students were visited by former students Emily Beth and Maddie. Both students have gone on to work with MAC Cosmetics and Benefit and now work as freelance makeup artists. The ladies showed students how to create various looks and get the perfect lighting.
Our Early Years students learn a lot about child development and how to make learning fun. This year, one of the student tasks was to find ways to talk about diversity with young people by using self-portraits.
Early Years students helped Kent County Council, Kent Police and the Thanet Community Alcohol Partnership tackle the litter issue around Broadstairs beach and Pierremont Park as part of the Big British Spring Clean.
Students studying on our Supported Teaching and Learning courses were invited into Garlinge Primary School for a Question Time event with the head teacher and other staff to find out more about developments in primary education.
Learn the art of mixology. This practical training session is designed to give our hospitality students the skills and knowledge to create delicious mocktails and cocktails as well as refining their bartending skills.
Learn what it takes to pour perfection. This module will provide a complete understanding of coffee and give students a barista’s knowledge of exact timings and weights.
Gain an in-depth understanding of table attire - the different types of table linen, tablecloths, napkins and centrepieces. Moving on to table laying, students will be shown the difference between each item of cutlery and glassware and how to set out a perfect table for any occasion.
You will have the opportunity to work alongside the Exclusive Butler School trainers at their prestigious Royal Butler Dinner. This event is held three times per year and gives the general public the experience of being a guest at venues such as a Royal Palace or Embassy.
You will receive practical training on how to clean and care for a variety of different shoes, including a spit and polish masterclass.
Gain real insight into the industry by working with Looping the Loop on festivals, performance projects and pop up's with their street theatre actors in unexpected places around the Isle of Thanet.
Performing Arts students will benefit from working with other students including music, media and theatrical makeup to help them fully understand the performance and creative industries.
You'll have the chance to take your performances out into the community, working at festivals, community events and putting on shows for school children.
We offer a wide range of opportunities and the chance to progress into employment or higher education.
We will support you to find relevant work experience and help you decide which motor vehicle career is best for you.
Mechanics can earn between £18,000 and £28,000 depending on experience and area of specialism, while car manufacturers earn an average of £32,000 in the UK.