VQMT Administrator (Former Employee) – Westminster, Greater London – 9 October 2017
you were always pushed to do your best and there were always new challenges to this job but you were respect for what you did there. also there was a good working relationship between your colleagues and after hours.
Progression Facilitator/Counsellor (Current Employee) – London, Greater London – 27 September 2017
In a typical day at work I will support students who need help in the classroom and also scheduled counselling appointments for students who search for this service. I will normally see them during breaks and after class. I am grateful for being part of the Counselling service since its inception in 2009 which has been giving me the opportunity to practice my therapeutic model and skills. After so many years in this college I feel ready to offer my services to other organisations either part or full time. The hardest part of my job is the insecurity and lack of reassurance that the Counselling service will become permanent. The most enjoyable part of my job is to be able to see students in one-to-one sessions and follow their emotional progress, be part of their own journey and enable them to see their problems from a different view.
Childcare Practitioner (Current Employee) – London – 18 December 2012
Management: Excellent childcare co-ordinator. Extremely skilled in Early Years. Co-workers: supportive team-players. Every day of work is different. Part of the joy of working with children. I have a deep respect for other cultures and it is a fantastic opportunity to work with children and parents who come from a wide and varied ethnic background. The hardest part of the work has been limited outdoor space.
working with children, parents and staff from such a varied ethnic background.
Canteen assistant (Current Employee) – London – 20 August 2016
This place it was my first job in London. I worked Monday-Friday. I learnd a lot of things, they helped me about the langunge, how i can speak with costumer, for that my costumer service skill is really strong. The hardest part of the job it was when i needed to speak with students and with chefs and achieve to be respected, because the first few months i couldn't speak in English. The teamwork was very good, we could work together. I enjoyed working there, but i would like to learn more things, and I want to develop this work.
Jobseeker (Former Employee) – Westminster Station – 1 September 2017
I applied for a job as a lecturer, they invite me to the interview. They do not pay for the travel cost and they ignore my request for a feedback on the interview many times, I think they are not academic and need to run a grocery shop not a college. Please if you want to get a certificate and work as an assistant pharmacist do not go there
Student Activities Worker (Former Employee) – London – 21 August 2012
Mainly to support students and plan extra activities outside of lesson breaks. I have excellent verbal, written and communication skills, I am also computer literate. I have the ability to relate to a wide range of people and enjoy working as part of a team. Developing projects and events has been an ongoing feature within my experience. I specialise in developing and facilitating sessions aimed at young people who need to develop in confidence, motivation and life skills. I am committed to my work and aim for perfection. I am ambitious and enjoy a challenge and working with people.
Student support advisor and LAC coordinator (Former Employee) – London – 2 June 2016
Working at WKC helped me to identify skills and attributions I add to the workplace, like keeping a professional manner, but also encourage a friendly and happy working environment. People tend to enjoy a workplace with a personal touch.
The hierarchy at WKC expressed a great understanding to its need. This meant knowledge was passed through all employees with two-way communication, and was listened to and acknowledged.
Co-workers made the days fun and enjoyable. Occasionally the best way to get through the day was to receive support from each other, and the hardest ordeal would be supporting the students with their issues/sufferings.
The most enjoyable parts of the job would be supporting the students. To help them achieve their goals would be the utmost satisfaction, but to also work alongside amazing people, with such different personalities, made interactions enjoyable and memorable.
Temporary Canteen Assistant (Former Employee) – Victoria, London – 13 May 2016
I really enjoyed to work there and I am missing it. I just feel pity to leave because my position was evening and I have problem in sleep very late. If I can work morning and afternoon, surely I will not leave it.
Lovely colleagues, people very friendly. The best work place atmosphere.
The Principal and directory, office staff are lovely and friendly people.
Dealing with queries over phone Inputting data on the computer Handling cash Printing out temporary passes and ID Emailing staff members when necessary Issuing visitors passes and directing them to the right department Keeping up to date records Checking various forms before filing and sending them Updating spreadsheets
Marketing Intern (Former Employee) – Vincent Square, Victoria – 30 April 2016
I cant give a proper review as I only worked there for work experience but it is a nice place to work at, and my co-workers were funny remained professional, it was a enjoyable experience and I would not mind being part of the business.