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Alumni

Welcome to Warrington & Vale Royal College's Alumni page.

If you have been a former student at the college, however long ago, we would love to hear from you!

Tell us what you have been up to and how your college qualification and experience has really helped you with your career to date.

Fill in the form further down the page - we look forward to hearing from you.

We also love former students coming back and talking to our current students.

So, if you are now an Engineer, a Midwife, a Social Media Influencer, a Software Developer or successfully self-employed, and able to spare an hour or two, please do let our Careers Team know by contacting us at careers@wvr.ac.uk.

Russell Wood

After completing his Level 3 Advanced Professional Cookery course, former student Russell Wood began working at Manchester House restaurant, a popular fine dining restaurant in Manchester city centre. He then moved on to Moor Hall, an Ormskirk-based hotel and restaurant with two Michelin Stars.

Russell regularly returns to the college to deliver cooking masterclasses to our current hospitality & culinary arts students, sharing his technical skills and industry experience.

Tegan Morrison

Previous Level 3 Travel & Tourism student Tegan Morrison successfully completed her course with flying colours in 2021. Tegan, former student of Irlam & Cadishead Academy, then went on to secure a cabin crew position with Ryanair, a job she absolutely loves.

Tegan says: “I love being able to travel and meet new people. Every day is different and I need to be hard-working and quick-thinking. My course definitely helped me to get this job; I was shortlisted thanks to my qualification. During my training, I was able to relate what I was learning back to what I learned at college. Studying Level 3 Travel & Tourism has helped me to get my dream job!”

Ethan Harkin

Former Level 3 Health & Social Care student Ethan Harkin chose to study health & social care because he wanted to help people and make a real difference. Ethan is now studying Psychology at the University of Chester and dreams of becoming a counsellor in the future.

Ethan would definitely recommend studying health & social care, saying: “This course offers something for everyone and covers a wide range of topics. Studying health & social care opens up so many opportunities.”

Tea Hewitt

After completing her Level 3 Graphic Design course, Téa Hewitt progressed onto the University of Huddersfield to continue her studies. Téa believes her college course was a great preparation for university, saying: “I loved my time at the college. The graphic design course taught me everything I needed to know about graphic design before going to university and lots of other important skills.”

After graduating, Téa began a freelance career and even won a prestigious D&AD New Blood award, a competition designed for students, graduates and aspiring creatives.

We'd love to hear about your experience at Warrington & Vale Royal College!
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