The 21-22 BTEC Uniformed Protective Services graduates celebrated some fantastic overall results this August with three students achieving DDD.
Ethan Morris (pictured on the right) achieved an outstanding overall grade D*D*D*. Ethan excelled on the course in every aspect.
In his final year, Ethan had to demonstrate his ability to navigate a live crime scene and collect evidence in order to convict a suspect. Ethan scored the highest possible grade possible for this and also obtained a distinction grade in the external exam unit contributing to his overall grade.
Since August, Ethan has successfully completed all the selection phases for the West Yorkshire Police Apprenticeship Degree and will embark on this new venture in 2023.
Max Robinson (pictured on the left) achieved DDM on his course. Max has been at the college three years and progressed from the Level 3 introductory course to the Level 3 Extended Diploma and attained his GCSE maths and English.
Max has shown great determination and drive to develop from entry level to finish with DDM. Throughout his college journey, Max has displayed outstanding behaviours and attitude in each year of his studies, focusing on his end goal of becoming a Police officer. He also participated in the Sicily and Valencia projects in 2022 which were both fantastic for his personal development.
Max has gained full-time employment and will continue in his voluntary police cadet role and hopes to apply for the West Yorkshire Police Apprenticeship Degree in the next recruitment round.
Kieran O’Connell (pictured) and Ben Quinn who tutored both Ethan and Max said:
“We are really proud of all our learners this year achieving some brilliant results. The results achieved are down to the hard work employed by each student and are fully deserved. We would like to wish all our students’ good luck in their future endeavours.”
If you are interested in studying Public and Uniformed Services at Kirklees College, please visit https://www.kirkleescollege.ac.uk/subjects/public-services.