Expert returns to speak at graduation; JOBS & NEW DIRECTIONS.TOP psychological profiler Paul Britton returned to his old college to speak at a recent graduation ceremony for higher education students.
The former Warwickshire College Warwickshire College is a large further and higher education college in the county of Warwickshire in England. It has some 30,000 students enrolled on courses across five campuses. student founded psychological profiling in the UK and was commissioned by the Home Office to review forensic profiling internationally.
Mr Britton studied at Warwickshire College as an adult returner, taking evening classes in GCE GCE
1. (formerly in Britain) General Certificate of Education
2. Informal a pass in a GCE examination
GCE n abbr (BRIT) (= General Certificate of Education) → O-levels and A-levels.
He was guest of honour guest of honour
a famous or important person who is the most important guest at a dinner or other social occasion at the ceremony which saw 270 students graduating with a variety of higher education qualifications, including Higher National Certificates and Diplomas and honours degrees.
Also graduating were media students from Hereward College in Coventry, part of an ongoing collaboration between the colleges.
Ailsa Chambers, higher education manager at Warwickshire College, said afterwards: "I wish our successful graduates the very best for the future.
"The vocational qualifications they have achieved will enable them to step confidently into the workplace, knowing the industry as well as the theory - making them very employable."
For further information on higher education courses at Warwickshire College, telephone free on 0800 783 67 67 or email the college at firstname.lastname@example.org
NEW GRADUATES... Emily Chapman (left), aged 22, from Hampshire, and Kelly Burton, also 22, from Warwick, both gained BSc Hons in equine and human sports science Sports science is a discipline that studies the application of scientific principles and techniques with the aim of improving sporting performance. Human movement is a related scientific discipline that studies human movement in all contexts including that of sport. after studying at the college's Moreton Morrell Centre