VOCATIONAL SOCIAL SCIENCES STUDENTS ENJOY VISION DAYDate Posted: 30/11/2022 | Posted In: Children's Play Learning & Development, Health & Social Care, Student News
Our Health & Social Care and Children’s Play Learning & Development students enjoyed an invaluable day off timetable this week to attend the Vision in VSS Day, a careers event here at B6. As part of the day, a variety of universities, subject-specific speakers and local employers came in to share their experiences.
Lewis Roper, B6 Alumni Member
Two of the talks were delivered by B6 Alumni with Lewis Roper, a former Outwood Academy Hindley speaking on ‘My Route to Become a Paramedic’ and Olivia Maloney and Emma Stott, both former Thornleigh Salesian College students delivering a presentation on where studying at Children’s Play Learning & Development at B6 can take you.
B6 Alumni Members Olivia Maloney and Emma Stott
Edge Hill University delivered sessions on Routes into Teaching and Routes into Health, Louise McCarthy spoke about her work as a Social Worker for Bolton Council and Lisa Belfield talked about her experiences as a Primary Academy Principal.
Cumbria University delivered sessions on Nursing, Paramedic Science, Occupational Therapy, Midwifery, and Teaching.
We were also joined by Lissy Jowett, a Student Mental Health Nurse, Dr Sarah Parkinson, a Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Colette Fairhurst from Bright Horizons Nursery.
A huge thank you to all of the guest speakers for delivering such informative and inspiring sessions and giving our students such an interesting insight into your careers and organisations.