Engineering Energy & Advanced Manufacturing

Dylan Kaye


Electrical Apprentice at CP Hood Electrical.

Q&A

  1. Electrical Apprentice at CP Hood Electrical.

  2. Level 2 and 3 Electrical Installations.

  3. Fazakerley High School.

Dylan said:

There are lots of things I liked about my time at College, however if I had to choose, it would probably be how friendly and funny all the tutors were. Alongside this, all my classmates were extremely easy to get along with and this made coming to College a pleasure. No matter how complicated or simply a question was, tutors would always provide me and my classmates with a comprehensive answer.

My tutors at College also helped me to build my C.V. and worked with me to secure my apprenticeship. No matter what queries I presented my tutors with in relation to the interviews I was attending, they were always willing to help and went out of their way to provide me with the guidance and tips I needed. This made me feel prepared and confident when I met employers.

Dylan's advice:

If you want to succeed and have a career in mind, College is definitely essential in the process of achieving your goal. College opens up so many doors and prepares you for your future career. I would not be where I am today if it weren't for Hugh Baird College, so I would definitely say go for it! Good luck.

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