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Guest blog - Jasmine, CIPD Level 3 | From EasyJet to Envitia via GB MET
Guest blog - Jasmine, CIPD Level 3 | From EasyJet to Envitia via GB MET Success stories By Callum Anderson on 16 September 2021
"COVID-19 has been the dark cloud hanging over everyone’s head for the last year. For me, however, it has given me a new opportunity and the chance to change my career."
Thinking employment? Think MET
Thinking employment? Think MET By Ana Nikoladze on 13 September 2021
Recently, Sky News revealed a list of jobs where people are needed the most, according to recruitment confederation
Catching up with Level 3 Fashion Textiles Alumni
Catching up with Level 3 Fashion Textiles Alumni Success stories By Callum Anderson on 17 August 2021
We love hearing what our students go on to do when they leave the MET. We recently caught up with Sophia and Lucy who, since leaving us, have gone on to have successful careers in the fashion industry.
Case study: Lizzie - Level 3 Professional Cookery
Case study: Lizzie - Level 3 Professional Cookery Success stories By Callum Anderson on 15 July 2021
Lizzie completed her Level 3 Professional Cookery course in 2015, and after going on to further training with the Exclusive Hotels Chefs’ Academy, is now a junior sous chef at The Manor House, Wiltshire. Here she shared her experience of studying at the MET and training at the academy.
Case Study: Marcin - AAT Level 1 | AAT Level 2
Case Study: Marcin - AAT Level 1 | AAT Level 2 Success stories By Callum Anderson on 14 July 2021
Marcin started at the MET in January 2020 - just before the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. He was looking to change his career, and decided to try the AAT Level 1 Bookkeeping course. Here, he shares his story and hopes for the future.
Case Study: Luke - Level 3 Uniformed Services
Case Study: Luke - Level 3 Uniformed Services Success stories By Callum Anderson on 12 July 2021
Luke completed a Level 3 in Uniformed Services, and is now serving as a constable with Sussex Police. We caught up with Luke to find out what it takes to join the police.