Former Brentwood County High student Daniel, achieved Triple Distinction (DDD) in his Level 3 Extended Diploma in Engineering at Seevic.
Since leaving Seevic Daniel has secured an Engineering Apprenticeship at Bombardier Transportation, and is currently studying a HNC in General Engineering along the mechanical pathway. Bombardier is a company that manufacture and maintain fleets of trains globally including C2C and Abellio Greater Anglia.
Speaking of his time at Seevic, Daniel said: “I studied at Seevic because they offered the course I wanted to do, and could provide me with all the required training elements that would help me get into the Engineering industry. Parts of my course helped me understand the basics of engineering that I still carry with me to this day in my everyday work.
“My Tutors were very helpful and provided me with all the support I needed to get the best possible grade. My Tutor also told me about apprenticeships and, if I ever needed any advice, they always pointed me in the right direction.
“People should come to Seevic to study Engineering as they have all the equipment you need and you will learn a variety of new skills that can help you for the future.”
Top tips for anyone leaving College:
“Make sure you know what you want to do, look at different opportunities whether that is university or an apprenticeship.
“Also apply early to show you are keen. It gives you a good chance of getting into the industry or profession you want!”