Students march out to impress guests
Public Service students at Dudley College celebrated the end of their course by holding a ‘Pass Out Parade’ at the Black Country Living Museum last night.
Over 120 students took part in the parade demonstrating their levels of communication, teamwork, fitness and leadership skills.
In the evening sunshine over 400 invited guests including families and dignitaries attended to show their support to the students. The Parade marks the successful completion of the students’ hard work and determination.
Along with their academic studies the students work extremely hard in all weathers and conditions participating in various residential visits to develop leadership and teamwork skills.
The students also undertake responsibility in community related work where they have supported Dudley Borough Council in many parades and events.
Curriculum Leader for Public Services Sunil Narr said, “We are very proud of our students who have risen to the many challenges that the course has brought. They have developed their personal skills along the way, which will help them in their future lives and careers. The Pass Out Parade is a memorable day for everyone involved and is the perfect setting for the students to show off their skills and prove just how committed they have been. ”
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Take a look at more photographs from the event.