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Discovery Day - Travel and Tourism Event!☀️🌴
Our Level 3 Travel and Tourism students recently planned a Caribbean themed event to thank their work experience partners: Travel Counsellors.
Kelly and Victoria from Travel Counsellors have been visiting the college weekly, providing students with work experience through their travel booking systems.
The event was supported by our Music students who provided the entertainment, our Hospitality and Catering students who made the canapes, and our HND Photography students who captured the evening!📷🎵🍹
Thank you to everyone who came along and supported the event!

Check out more photos from the event here.


Our Public Services students (levels 1-3) recently completed their Bronze Duke of Edinburgh expedition in Epping Forest!

Well done to everyone involved, what a great achievement!

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Our Level 3 Events students were tasked with creating a fashion show to showcase the work of our Hair and Media Make-Up students. This college collaboration takes place every year, with previous themes including Glorious Garbage and Seasons.
Last Thursday, the students put together a fashion show in the Southern Maltings, Ware under the theme: Carnival.
 The Events students were given a brief from the Hair and Media Makeup tutors and in groups pitched their ideas until the final proposal was created. Students then planned the show in detail, organising the venue, decorations, equipment, risk assessments, itinerary, tickets, and fundraising.
Charlotte Evans and Kate Hufton attended from the Essex and Herts Air Ambulance as proceeds from the evening were raised for the charity in the name of Sonny Crane, a former HRC student who sadly lost his life in a road traffic accident last year.
Learners from Level 2 Media Make-up and Level 4 Hair created amazing designs with a carnival theme and their models all took part in the catwalk show.
Winners were chosen by our panel of judges from the industry – Natalie Webb (Celebrity makeup artist), Si Walker (owner of award-winning My Good Salon), and Jasmin Howard (former HRC students and social media influencer).
The fantastic creations were designed under the guidance of the tutors' Charlotte Borg, Sophie Turner and Maria Howard.
Well done to everyone involved, a brilliant college collaboration for an important cause.

The Isabel Hospice 40th Anniversary Fashion Show!🥳
During the summer of 2021, Isabel Hospice approached HRC requesting how they could attract a younger audience to be more involved in fundraising and creating awareness for their charity. From one of the initial meetings, it was decided that we could create a project which would help the student’s employability skills, and support Isabel’s original request: The Isabel Hospice Fashion Show🎉
The show was a collaboration of work from students across the college:
  • BTEC Level 3 National Foundation Diploma in Business.
  • UAL Diploma Fashion & UAL Extended Diploma Fashion.
  • BTEC Level 3 Extended Certificate in Marketing.
  • Level 1 Construction skills.
  • VTCT Level 2 in Hair and Media make-up.
  • Professional Cookery students.
  • Production Arts Level 3 years 1 and 2.
  • HND Creative Media Production.
  • BTEC Extended Diploma in Business.
The original garments were donated from Isabel Hospice and upcycled by the fashion students from our Ware campus. Clothing themes included Alice in Wonderland, Sustainability in denim, and 80s skirts!
The garments have been handed back to the Isabel Hospice charity to be marketed and sold on their eBay website, promoting sustainability whilst funding the vital care that the charity provides. Keep an eye out for the garments here:
Thank you to the Isabel Hospice for collaborating with us, and a huge well done to all students and staff involved. An exceptional college collaboration👏 
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On Thursday 28th April, Hertford Regional College had the honour of hosting the Guild of Bricklayers London Regional Heat Competition. 

Each year the Guild, through its network organise regional competitions which are sponsored by brick, mortar, and tool manufactures attracting some 300 competitiors a year. The regional competitions form part of the National Building Craft Competition scene, which lead to a National Final Competition. Guild members serve on advisory panels of all the technical institutes, and supervise competition stands at local and national exhibitions. Assistance is also given to the Worshipful Company of Tylers and Bricklayers in their triennial awards.

The results:

We are delighted that two HRC students won both categories and are through to the Nationals!

Junior Competitor Winner: Owen Roberts

Senior Competitor Winner: Jay Grainger 

A massive congratulations to both students who worked incredibly hard to win the awards. A huge achievement and a credit to HRC!

A huge thank you to all of the sponsors and businesses who contributed to the event. And a massive thank you to Jack Dawson and the Construction team who enabled the event to go ahead and run smoothly, well done all.

Bring on the National finals in June!

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