Two stars who faced Sir Alan Sugar in previous series of The Apprentice visited Burnley College Sixth Form Centre to pass on top tips and great advice to students and Themis Apprentices as part of another successful Student Development Day.
Camilla Ainsworth, runner-up in the popular TV series last year, with her innovative nut milk product, joined Adam Corbally, a regular visitor to College over recent years who has been inspiring students to embrace the challenges they face through life and reach for the stars.
The inspirational sessions run by The Apprentice stars were among the highlights of the latest Student Development Day staged at the College to help students and Themis Apprentices learn the vital skills they will need when entering the jobs market or applying for degree-level study at some of the UK's leading universities. Students picked a packed programme of activities that challenged and informed them in equal measure and enjoyed fun activities and al fresco food during their well-earned lunch break.
Tutors arranged innovative sessions which showcased their specialist skills, giving students and Themis Apprentices the opportunity to create a bespoke package of sessions to benefit them in the recruitment process, as well as learning new skills and trying out exciting new activities.
- Creative Photography
- Don't Be Mean ... Go Green!
- First Impressions
- Imagery for Social Media Channels
- Life as an Engineer
- The 3Ps
- Bounce Back
- Stop, Start, Continue
- Toxic Waste Removal
- Building a Skyscraper Career in Construction
- Can You Fix It? Yes You Can!
- Careers and Conflict Resolution
- Rate Your Social Media Presence
- If It's To Be, It's Up To Me!
- What's Next For Me?
- Where Do You Want To Be in 2040?
- Who Am I?
- What's Out There?
- Presenting Skills
- Skills from Fun
- University Survival Skills
- Dream Teams
- Leaders of Tomorrow
- Thumbs Up, Shoes Off!: International Customs and Their Impact on Business
- Bossing your Exam
- Problem Cleaning.