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Case study – Canterbury College

Courses – KS5 and Staff training

Year groups – Post-16 and mature students + staff

Mel Francis-Jones from Canterbury College approached MADE with a brief to help students across a variety of courses to engage with their studies and to raise student retainment figures. To date, MADE has delivered 12 different sessions to students from a wide variety of courses. The days have been a huge success and we look forward to working with Canterbury College again in the future.

“I think that the students have really enjoyed the sessions. There has been a really nice mix of some physical exercises, some bits to get them thinking and some amazing memory tricks. Also, there was great use of visual aids such as the lighthouse, which allowed them to really think about their targets and how they are going to achieve them.

It was certain from the staff that I work with that they most definitely benefited from the training. A lot of them work on a one-to-one basis with students and it will help them to understand goal setting and action planning. It will allow them to help students to set and achieve realistic targets. It was really good, thank you.”

Mel Francis-Jones – Progression and Projects Officer, Canterbury College

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