Case Studies - MK College

Case Studies

  1. Free Online Courses

    After deciding to make regular exercise and a nutritious diet a priority in her life, Maddie wanted to learn more about the basics of health and fitness and improve her future career prospects in this growing industry, alongside her full-time Marketing job. Find out more about Maddie’s experience of studying a distance learning course in Improving Personal Exercise, Health and Nutrition.  

  2. CIPD

    i’m always on the lookout for opportunities to learn new things and continue with my CPD, so, as I recently approached my 50th birthday, I was looking to put myself in the best position I could for a promotion or career development, so I wanted to upskill with an industry recognised qualification. 

  3. The Carey Group case study

    Maddy Donaghy, Talent and Apprenticeship Partner at the Carey Group, a long-established construction business, believes that mutual respect and collaborative learning have been the key to the successful partnership the company has forged with MK College.    The Carey Group has been working with the College for almost a year and half in a variety…

  4. TS Electrical Limited case study

    Tom Saevarsson, Director at TS Electrical (Buckingham) Limited believes good communication between an employer and college is paramount when it comes to hiring and developing apprentices. The company currently has three apprentices through Milton Keynes College, two of which are on a three-year apprenticeship, and another on a two-year apprenticeship. They also have a Level…

  5. Morgan Sindall Construction case study

    Norma Odain-Hines is the Social Value Manager for Morgan Sindall Construction (part of Morgan Sindall Group) in the Northern Homes Counties Region. With more than 25 years’ experience in the construction sector, Norma believes the key to the successful long-term partnership between MK College and Morgan Sindall is the shared vision to have a positive…

  6. Performing Arts

    “I’d achieved some good grades in my GCSEs and my teachers at school tried really hard to convince me to stay on rather than go to college,” says Georgia Mallory. They told me I’d never get to university or Drama School if I left and I felt really pressured about it. Today I’m in my second year of a degree at Central School of Speech and Drama.”

  7. Computing

    After trying my hand at the Level 2 Engineering course here at the college, it was pretty clear that it just wasn’t for me. I was more interested in the technical side of engineering, and with my older brother working in the IT field, I decided a Computing course would suit me much better.