In an impressive year for B&FC’s triple diploma students, 12 subject areas including Automotive, Computing, Advanced Construction, Health and Social Care Cadets and Art & Design achieved a 100% pass rate with 47% of students on those programmes achieving a high grade (triple distinction star to Distinction, Merit, Merit – or equivalent).
As the anchor educational institution for the Fylde Coast, B&FC delivers education and training which provides skilled employees for industry, drives the economy and offers rewarding careers for its students.
Bev Robinson OBE, Principal and Chief Executive at B&FC, said:
“At B&FC, we offer an innovative and highly responsive curriculum co-created with industry to meet employers’ specific requirements. We are a national leader in higher technical and professional education and training.
“Technical education is extremely important for the UK economy, especially in light of BREXIT, and B&FC believes it has a vital role in providing a workforce with the relevant skills required by industry.
“It is important to celebrate the achievements and successes of our students as they go on to higher education or embark on their careers in industry. I am confident that I speak for everyone at B&FC when I offer my heartfelt congratulations and wish students every success in all their future endeavours.”
B&FC all stars!
BTEC LEVEL 3 Applied Science
Abigail Eaves achieved an amazing triple distinction star for Applied Science, securing her a place on UCLan’s Pharmacy degree and with it, her route to becoming a Pharmacist.
BTEC LEVEL 3 Applied Science
Claire Nicholls was thrilled to receive a triple distinction with two stars in Applied Science. While studying the two-year Level 3 Triple Diploma, the former Aspire Academy student undertook an industry placement at Blackpool Victoria Hospital’s Haematology Department.
NHS CADETSHIP LEVEL 3 Health and Social Care
Jamie Russell studied the Level 3 Health and Social Care NHS Cadetship, spending two days a week on placement gaining practical medical experience during the first year. The former Hodgson student – who wants to be a paramedic – didn’t consider A-levels as he preferred a “more practical” course. Jamie starts a degree in Paramedic Practice at the University of Cumbria in September.
BTEC LEVEL 3 Public Services
Mary Bayes, who enrolled on the Public Services course after relocating from London, was delighted to learn she had achieved a triple distinction star. She is now progressing to B&FC’s University Centre to study the Foundation Degree Public Services and is aiming for a career in either the Army or the Police.
BTEC LEVEL 3 Aeronautical Engineering
Chay Lonsdale was over the moon to receive an outstanding D*D*D* and has chosen to stay on at B&FC – studying the BEng Aerospace Engineering, awarded by UK top 10 Lancaster University – to pursue his dream of becoming an aircraft technician.
Read more about our 2019 results and student success stories here