Lambeth College - Cutting Trees Down, Sawing Lumps of Wood... a Very Successful Work Placement at Morden Hall Park!
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Just before Christmas we had 50 students complete a work placement at Morden Hall Park! They got involved in activities such as gardening, cutting trees down, sawing lumps of wood and making dead hedge!

The National Trust at Morden Hall Park host fun, challenging, unusual and interesting work experience opportunities which our students got to enjoy. They were able to grow their social skills and become more knowledgeable in gardening and wood work.

'Our students in Functional English have been enthusiastic towards their tasks - especially in wood carving'

- Linda Duffin, Lecturer in English

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As a full-time student at Lambeth College, you’ll be required to undertake a work experience placement as part of your course. This means that you will spend a minimum of five days in a real-life workplace, gaining the sort of applied knowledge and practical skills that are hard to gain in the classroom.

Fitting the compulsury work experience modules into the curriculum ensures that you're portfolio will grow, making you visible and highly sought in the employment market. 


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