South Thames College will be helping aspiring entrepreneurs discover the skills needed to succeed in the world of business during Wandsworth Enterprise Week.
The Youth Enterprise Day, which is one of many events held throughout the week-long event organised by Wandsworth Borough Council, is a perfect opportunity for youngsters to find out what it really takes to set up and run your own business.
Alongside a range of practical workshops, Tim Campbell, the winner of the very first Apprentice will be sharing his business experiences and talking about his company – The Bright Ideas Trust.
Music Performance students from South Thames College performed a special set for guests at an event held by Carers Support Merton, which celebrated the people caring for those with mental health issues.
The lunch held at the College’s Taste restaurant was an opportunity for the young music students to get some real experience of meeting the requirements expected when booked and paid for an event.
Rebecca Man, Level 3 Music Performance, said, “It was a great experience and an honour to be performing for those who have committed their time to taking care of many of the people of the borough.
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South Thames College’s catering students explored the kitchens that have whipped up meals for famous actors, musicians and royalty during a behind-the-scenes tour of the Royal Albert Hall – finding out how the kitchens work and even visiting the Queen’s private rooms.
The group from our Hospitality and Catering Academy were welcomed by Daniel Jacobs, the General Manager of the RAH catering suppliers Rhubarb. Daniel treated the students to full access of all areas of the iconic building.
Daniel Day, a Level 2 Hospitality and Catering student, said, “The trip was really interesting. It was great to see all the different kitchens, which were much smaller than I thought they would be.
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