Apr 17TH

Moulton College has a positive impact

Moulton College has a positive impact

Ninety three percent of last year’s full time, further education students who studied at Moulton College have gone on to employment or further training.

This is the key finding of a recent survey of destinations carried out by the college.  The class of 2012 were contacted six months after they left the college to find out what they are doing now.

The survey revealed that 77% of respondents have continued their education.  This includes 10% who moved on to a university level course and 7% securing an apprenticeship position or undertaking another form of training.

In addition to those continuing their education, 16% have found work with many of these being in full time positions and in areas related to their original subject of study.

Principal, Steve Davies, is delighted with the findings and says ‘students at Moulton study a substantial vocational qualification, functional maths, English and IT and undertake assessed work experience in the commercial enterprises at the College or with employers.  This has proved to be a highly successful model which enables students to develop the necessary work and academic skills to compete in the jobs market or undertake higher levels of study.’