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Berkeley Homes, working in partnership with London South East Colleges, welcomed 30 students from Thomas Tallis School in Kidbrooke to take part in a 'Have a Go' day on Thursday 9 March, as part of National Apprentice week.

A group of apprentices at London South East Colleges Orpington Campus were paid a special visit today by local MP and Minister of State for Universities, Jo Johnson.

A former science student from our Bromley Campus has been creating waves of excitement in the world of science and education since completing her course back in 2013. Amy has not only progressed to studying for a Natural Sciences BSc (Hons) degree with the Open University, she has also established her own charity that aims to encourage more young women and people from disadvantaged backgrounds to study and forge themselves exciting careers in the fields of science and technology.

Joe has found his dream job with Ascott Cab Company and is studying one-day-per-week at London South East Colleges on the Motor Vehicle Level 3 course. At the end of the course/apprenticeship, he will be a fully qualified mechanic with over three years of work experience. Due to the nature of the business, he will soon be attending specialist training with Chinese electric taxi manufacturing company Geely, based in Coventry. He will learn the specialist skills and techniques in the maintenance of electric vehicles.

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