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Interactive Media student Davis Elike 23 from Enfield gets behind the cameraThere was a competitive spirit at the College recently as students from courses in accounting, beauty therapy and interactive media went head-to-head with their classmates in a bid to prove their skills in their subjects.

Run by the Institute for Learning in conjunction with WorldSkills, experts from the two organisations held a vocational masterclass programme at the Wandsworth Campus to help develop tutors' coaching skills and boost students' motivation and skills through experiencing competition activities.

Hair and media make-up student Shahana models neon animal print body artFive hair and media make-up students had the chance to showcase their artistic skills at an exclusive preview event of the Skills Show in London.

Held at the Music Room in Mayfair, the event aimed to give journalists and sponsors a taste of what's to come at the main Skills Show event at the NEC Birmingham in November. As well as showcasing body art skills they'd learnt in the classroom on one another, the enthusiastic students also encouraged visitors to have a go at media make-up themselves, giving journalists hints and tips on brush strokes, colour blending and how to steady the hand.

media studies at south thames collegePerforming Arts students from South Thames College put their acting skills to good use by starring in two short films to help drive a council initiative.

Produced by the Borough Early Intervention Team (BEIT) as part of the Wandsworth borough crime prevention initiative, the two films focus on topics of gangs and street robbery and will be used in local schools and youth centres to engage young people in discussions about youth crime.