Lecturer visits remote island

PUBLISHED: 14:01 30 January 2010 | UPDATED: 11:39 25 May 2010

A LECTURER at Weston College has headed out to a remote island to help deliver vital food and hygiene training.

A LECTURER at Weston College has headed out to a remote island to help deliver vital food and hygiene training.

Graham Smith took the only four-day passage to St Helena last week - a monthly Royal Mail postage boat.

The curriculum manager for hospitality visit comes after he won the contract with the island's adult and vocational education service.

The service aims to offer the British colony a skilled and qualified workforce to help the island community grow.

Before Mr Smith left, he said: "I am so thrilled to be part of this exciting project.

"It gives me an opportunity to broaden my own skills and will hopefully be a very memorable experience.

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