Somerset College Student Wins Somerset Universities Partnership Project Prize
Somerset College Student Daniel Bailey, who is studying for a Foundation Diploma in Motor Vehicle Studies recently won a prize draw competition for an I-pod Touch. Daniel completed an electronic questionnaire along with 200 other students about the provision of University Centres in Somerset at the Somerset Universities Partnership Project stand at the Skills Somerset event in November and won the I-pod Touch which was donated by IBM.
The photograph shows from left to right: Rachel Davies, Principal and Chief Executive of Somerset College, Daniel Bailey and Sue Davies of the Somerset Universities Partnership Project.
Skills Somerset is a skills and careers event for 14-19 year olds and their families. The November 2009 event was a great success and was one of the biggest events of its kind in the county with approximately 3,000 visitors. The event informed and inspired young people with hands on features, activities and demonstrations offering a real insight into a host of different careers, whatever their ability or ambition.
The Somerset Universities Partnership Project is
a partnership between Somerset, Richard Huish, Strode , Bridgwater, Yeovil Colleges and Somerset County Council backed by the Universities of Bournemouth and Plymouth to support the development and opportunities to access of Higher Education in Somerset.