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You need English and maths skills to get on in life. They will support your studies at the College, help with everyday tasks and pave the way to future career success.
If you don’t already have a grade 4 or above in GCSE English and Maths – or equivalent qualifications – you will continue studying these subjects as part of your course at Derby College.
We’ll support you all the way: working with you on the right programme of development throughout your time with us.
When you’ve completed your course, why not broaden your horizons further still at Derby College? Additional qualifications in subjects such as Retail and Customer Service are exciting choices. Or check out our courses in Business, Enterprise and Management if you would like to set up a venture of your own.
High-flier Daniel Johnston clinched a cabin crew job with Ryanair – even before completing his Derby College course!
Always interested in seeing more of the world, he progressed so well on the Air Cabin Crew Diploma that he was ideally prepared for the highly competitive Ryanair recruitment process.
Having embarked on his learning journey in 2013, Daniel was amazed at how many unusual opportunities his course offered.
One highlight was a day at the British Airways Training Centre at Heathrow – learning about safety procedures, undertaking role plays in a mock crash simulator and trying out an evacuation slide. Another was a fire training course at East Midlands Airport.
I’ve always wanted to travel – cabin crew is my dream job. When I first joined Derby College, I saw the Diploma as a qualification which could probably lead to a job a few years down the line. Then I got a job before I’d even finished College!
I’d like to move into visual merchandising one day but at the moment I enjoy what I do and M&S is a great business to work for.
Working with Ryanair will open up so many doors for my future but I wouldn’t be where I am today without the help of the College.
Tourist centre assistant
£12,000 – £16,000 per year.
Booking business and leisure travel for customers
Senior travel agent
£30,000+ per year.
Dealing with orders and despatch of goods
Air cabin crew
£14,000–£16,000 per year starting salary.
Making sure passengers have a comfortable and safe flight
£15,000–£20,000 per year.
Managing travel arrangements and accompanying holiday-makers
Courses in this area are run at our Roundhouse campus and in the workplace
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