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Central Training Connects with Local Companies to Boost the Student Experience


This article was submitted by Pembrokeshire College 

Pembrokeshire College’s commercial training arm, CENTRAL TRAINING, have been working hard over the past few years to develop relationships with local employers to support business training needs and to create links and opportunities for students studying at the College.

A-level photography student, Andy Parry, is the latest student to benefit from Central Training’s links to industry. Andy recently secured the opportunity to gain valuable experience photographing the 2017 opening of The Pembrokeshire Beach Food Company’s beach outlet, giving a real boost to his portfolio.

Photo: A-level photography student Andrew Parry with his photos of Café Mor

Andy was able to test his skills working to an authentic brief, in real work conditions with people he had never met before.

With an ever-growing portfolio, Central Training are now able to offer a diverse range of commercial training solutions that have been developed to meet the demands of businesses that operate across Pembrokeshire and beyond; from business-based accounting, administration and health & safety qualifications through to delivery-focused catering, customer service and construction trade NVQs.