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Chloe joined us 3 years ago on the Film & TV Level 2 course and then progressed to Creative Digital Media Production Level 3. She received the award for Best Learner for Creative Industries for 2019 at the End of Year Awards Event. Her teachers say they have “watched her grow in confidence and become an integral part of the department.”

Chloe did her work experience at a company called Videoblogg, for both her Level 2 and 3 courses. She gained experience in presenting and reviewing as well as learning how to use Final Cut Pro and Green Screen.

Chloe is hoping to initially take up employment in the Media industry to continue to develop her skills and then progress on to an Apprenticeship relating to Film or TV Production.

Chloe says, “JRC has allowed me to find my potential and follow my dreams.”

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As part of its funding agreement with the Skills Funding Agency, John Ruskin College vocational courses are part or fully funded by the European Social Fund.