Students at college in Brent named among the ‘best of the best’

From left to right: Carl Garner, Niall Keogh and Mark Richardson

From left to right: Carl Garner, Niall Keogh and Mark Richardson - Credit: Archant

Pupils from the College of North West London were honoured at an awards ceremony

Students in the borough have been named among the “best of the best” after an awards ceremony commemorating a day of healthy competition between students across the capital.

Pupils from the College of North West London (CNWL) were honoured at an awards ceremony marking achievements of students during the college’s ‘Industry Day.’

Hundreds of students competed in different skills and challenges including carpentry, electronics, motor vehicle mechanics and refrigeration.

Staff then chose an overall winner from each of the fifteen departments including four talented CNWL students.


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Carl Garner, won the electrical installations award, 26-year-old Sarvindra Rai, from Wembley won the electronics award, Mark Richardson, from Willesden, won the Painting & Decorating award, and 21 year old Niall Keogh, from Dollis Hill, was awarded the institution of engineering and technology award.

All were given a cash prize and an industry relevant tool kit.

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Vicki Fagg, CNWL Principal, said: “Industry Day was extremely successful and engaged the whole College – from the students participating through to the ones that came along to have a go at trying out a different skill.

“Our students are very good at winning awards and have won many regional and international competitions and we’re extremely proud of them all.”

The awards ceremony, on Wednesday, April 24, was held at CNWL’s Willesden Campus in Dudden Hill Lane.

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