student (Former Employee) – student – 28 August 2018
I enjoyed my time at Runshaw college, I was there for two years of college and then a further two years of university. I met some top people and the this college helped me achieve the best I could in both my college and university life.
Customer Service Advisor (Former Employee) – Skelmersdale, Lancashire – 22 June 2018
enjoyable, friendly, i learnt new things every day, increased my skills, the culture was very good. the hardest part of the job was getting used to a new system. the most enjoyable part of the job would be the people i worked with
Ambassador (Former Employee) – Preston, Lancashire – 23 May 2017
Typically within my roles working within Runshaw I helped future students look around the college, helped on open days and worked to help organise functions such as the law ball. The college is a very professional and fun environment.
Full Time Student (Current Employee) – Leyland – 18 February 2017
I have found out that some of the jobs are very appealing and hard working, however I feel that applying for jobs like this will help me in the near future and help me gain the skills I need for full time employment.
Student (Former Employee) – Leyland, Lancashire – 23 January 2017
As previous said , i worked very hard in college. I was determined to get the highest grade possible. On tough days i kept this thought in mind as i wanted to keep growing. I'm proud of my time at Runshaw.
Student (Current Employee) – Preston – 10 March 2013
I attend classes throughout the day from Monday to Wednesday at this college and attend a placement on Thursdays and Fridays. I work with a variety of tutors, pupils and children on my course. The hardest part of the job is moving from placement to placement and moving from the place you know and are comfortable in to somewhere you have never been before and where you do not know anyone. The most enjoyable part of being at this college is the learning experiences, meeting new people and gaining a qualification in something I love doing.
designer (Former Employee) – leyland – 18 September 2012
During my time at runshaw college my tasks included hand making and sewing small trinkets to sell at the summer treats stall. I developed my skills with hand sewing, and also in using a sewing machine.