Secondary teacher Paul Jenkins acknowledges that Edge Hill University’s Fastrack course provided a turning point in his career when he decided to go back to study in 2000.
Rona Francis’ life was transformed following her decision to pursue higher education through the Fastrack course, which in 2019 celebrates its 21st year.
This month we celebrate the success of our Fastrack students. Claire was inspired to undertake and complete a Fastforward course, going on to gain a first-class honours degree in Early Childhood Studies in 2010.
The route to higher educational attainment via Fastrack sated Gay Kowo’s thirst for knowledge when she embarked on her course in 2011.
This month sees the ‘coming of age’ of Edge Hill’s Fastrack programme, an intensive course designed to provide the skills to prepare participants for degree study at the University.
Our Fastrack programme is for those looking to study for a degree but lack the necessary qualifications.
A long-term commitment with the Air Cadets has been cited as a key factor in Jack Lloyd’s success in higher education, where he has just secured two coveted scholarships.
An Edge Hill graduate has been awarded first class honours and a 98 per cent dissertation mark in her Counselling and Psychotherapy degree despite initially thinking University wasn’t an achievable option.
After spending time in schools in his role in the asbestos industry, Daniel Pitts underwent a complete career change after witnessing the impact teachers have on the lives of children.
Dedication. That’s what you need if you want to be the
best, according to the late Roy Castle….