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Some of the country’s biggest businesses are welcoming work experience students from North Somerset Enterprise and Technology College (NSETC).
Year 10 and 12 students from NSETC, based at Weston College’s South West Skills campus in Locking Road, have secured one-week placements with the likes of Airbus and Rolls Royce.
The NSETC is a free school for teens aged between 14 and 19 which aims to help students move from study to work, using links with the UK’s biggest employers.
Megan Monkton, Jacob Flavell, Connor Pettett, Daniel Sturman and Joshua Ball all secured placements at Airbus, while Ellie Davey got a placement at Rolls Royce.
Emma Cox, business development coordinator at NSETC, said: “We are so proud that so many of our students have achieved the opportunity to have their work experience at Airbus.
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“It will give them a fantastic insight into different careers at Airbus as well as experience of being part of a large organisation.”
Educational partnership manager at Airbus, Emily Merrison, said: “Airbus is pleased to be welcoming students from NSETC onto its work experience programme.
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“The purpose of the scheme is to inspire and engage students about the world of aerospace.
“Students are given real-world insight into the working environment of an engineer and the opportunity to graduate as industrial cadets at the end of the week.”
Daniel, aged 14, said: “I’m really excited about this opportunity. I think I will learn more than I would in the classroom.”