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Level 3 Results Day Celebrations at West London College

Hundreds of Level 3 students woke up this morning, Thursday 18 August, to find out their BTEC vocational qualification results. The culmination of months of hard work, some were receiving their results for their first year of an Extended Diploma, which, after two years of study are a vocational equivalent to studying A-levels. Others were receiving results for the full two years, to give them UCAS points to get into their chosen universities.

Teacher Hannah Paul with Health and Care Level 3 students
Teacher Hannah Paul with Health and Care Level 3 students

Hannaniya Dereje achieved a triple distinction, equivalent to 168 UCAS points or 3 As at A-level. Hannaniya said: “I studied Health and Social Care Level 3 at West London College, because I was thinking about becoming a nurse. The college helped me by giving me a two-week work placement with the Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust. I met NHS osteopaths there and they inspired me to want to become a chiropractor.  I realised that is what I really want to do in my career. I start my degree at London Southbank University in September.”

Chloe Fowle also achieved a triple distinction in her Level 3 Health and Social Care course. She said: “I chose to study at West London College because I was working part-time as a carer and I wanted to expand my knowledge. In my work placement with the Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, I worked with children awaiting surgery, and I got so much out of helping them to overcome their anxiety about what was going on. Currently, I am working as a teaching assistant in a special needs school, and I plan to do more specialist courses on teaching children with learning disabilities in the future.”

Ibrahim, who got DDD in Business

Ibrahim Hashlamon studied Business Level 3 Extended Diploma and was thrilled to achieve a triple distinction, saying: ”I wanted to expand my business knowledge and skills so that I operate and implement business principles in the most effective way. My teachers provided me with great resources via google classroom and teaching. They were always quick to respond to my emails if I needed help, so I was able to flourish inside and outside of the classroom thanks to their support. Now, I  plan to run a few dropshipping businesses and I am currently setting up my own Amazon business distributing weightlifting products across the UK.”

Rahul, who achieved DDD in Applied Science

Rahul Gunawardhana woke up to marvellous results too. Rahul said: “I took an Applied Science Level 3 extended diploma at Ealing Green College. I chose this course because since high school I enjoyed science lessons, especially when there were practicals. This course allowed me to enhance my knowledge of science. West London College provided me with a friendly environment where teachers were very supportive and this was one of the main reasons behind my achieving a triple distinction in this course. In September, I’m going to start a biomedical science course at Kingston University. The quote I follow is ‘Work hard in silence. Let the success make the noise.'”

Camille, who achieved DDD in Business

Camille Derakhshan also studied a Business Level 3 extended diploma and was delighted with her triple distinction. She said: “I was browsing through the West London College website, choosing which course to study, and when I came across the business course I realised that was the one for me. The best part about the business course for me is that it is very creative. I was encouraged to give my own opinions and we worked collaboratively on a range of really interesting projects. I am going to Nottingham Trent University to study Business Management and Marketing and after graduation, I want to work in business research and advertising.”

Noah, who achieved DDD in Creative Media Production

Also off to university is Noah Moran, who was overjoyed to achieve a triple distinction in Creative Media Production at Ealing Green College. He said: “I decided to study at WLC rather than taking 3 A-levels at school because I wanted to study a hands-on course in filmmaking, as well as understanding film theory. The college helped me as the teachers were so good at sharing their knowledge and excellent resources helping me to improve my work. I want to study filmmaking at university – I’m still deciding between Bournemouth and Bristol – and when I graduate, I plan to work in the UK film and TV industry.”

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