7 December 2017

Lincoln College Partnership Success

Acacia Training have been working in partnership with Lincoln College to deliver student success! Alex Evans has been working hard on her QCF Level 3 qualification in Health & Social Care and is currently 90% the way to achieving her qualification.

Alex has a background in Health & Social Care having worked in complex care, residential care, learning disabilities and home care. However, to progress her career in the avenue that she wishes to go down she knew that a qualification is what she needed to get herself there.

Alex stated “I am delighted I chose to study with Lincoln College and Acacia Training and am excited to see the possibilities it is going to provide for my career.”

Her decision has required her to be self-motivated and to push herself to complete but with the end of the Level 3 in sight we are sure she is going to reap the rewards of her hard work!

We wish Alex all the best!

 

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