Access to Nursing students at College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London presented with certificates
1:00pm Sunday 21st July 2013
Aspiring nurses and midwives were presented with certificates for high grades and perfect attendance.
Access to Nursing students at the College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London were presented with their prizes at an annual awards ceremony at the college's Enfield Centre last week.
Most of the students have gained places to study nursing or midwifery at university.
Emma Martin, 28, who will be starting a midwifery course at Middlesex University in September, said: “I really enjoyed the Access to Nursing course as it has given me the opportunity to go to university after ten years of being out of education.
“Getting merits and distinctions in my assignments has also been a great personal achievement for me.”
Charlene Kinsella, 25, completed her A levels at the college in 2006 and returned six years later to complete the nursing course.
She has been offered a place at Hertfordshire University to study adult nursing in September.
The 25-year-old said: “The course was well taught and has allowed me to gain the entrance qualification needed to study at university level.
“It also helped me to develop my essay writing skills, which is going to be very useful for higher education.”