Bedford College is once again proving it is World Class when it comes to computer training.
Two students are through to the World Skills UK Finals at the NEC Birmingham on November 15th to compete against the best in the country. A place in the overseas finals awaits if they get through, as with previous contenders from the College.
Liam Kilby, Access to Computing Course is through to the Web Design competition and Dillon White, an apprentice is through to the Network Systems Administrator challenge.
They were among a range of Bedford College students who took part in the regional finals of the event staged at the Cauldwell Street campus, which has some of the best equipped computer training facilities in the UK.
Head of Computing Paula Hobday said: “Our consistent appearance in national and international showcases demonstrates how our approach to training keeps students up to speed with the latest demands from industry and employers.”
Ian Pryce CBE, CEO of The Bedford College Group said: “As the No 1 College in the economic region, we are proud to have an IT training department which is genuinely World Class and is preparing our students to win the best places in computing industry careers.”