BSc (Hons) Equine Science graduate, Ashley Neely, found her niche in the equine market after graduating from Reaseheath by launching the first mobile equine faecal egg counting business in Northern Ireland. Ashley’s company, EFEC Nutrition, offers clients on yard faecal egg counts which help diagnose the horses worm burden and advise on how to keep their horses […]
Steve began his seven year Reaseheath journey as an apprentice on an NVQ Level 2 Horticulture course and progressed to his degree while holding down a full time job with WAP Lawton and Son Ltd, Landscape Contractors. Attending college on one day a week, Steve gained qualifications at Level 3, Higher National Certificate, Foundation Degree and finally his BSc (Hons) degree.
Alumnus Sam Copeland took her passion for baking back to the classroom on completing her food technology degree at Reaseheath. Here’s a little insight into her journey into teaching… Said Sam: “My passion for baking began at an early age, all starting whilst working as a trainee chef. With my culinary knowledge growing, a friend
Agriculture graduate Caroline Jellicoe took the plunge and moved to Cumbria to manage her own own sheep farm having completed her degree at Reaseheath. Caroline was inspired back to education after visiting the Nantwich campus with her children during lambing season back in 2010. Coming from a background in zoo keeping, Caroline has worked with a range
Reaseheath equine science graduate Charlotte Woolley excelled during her internship at the world’s leading equine breeding and research centre. Charlotte, 21, who graduated with First Class Honours in September 2014, spent a summer working and studying at the Middleburg Agricultural Research and Extension (MARE) Center, part of the Virginia Tech State University, USA. The university specialises in breeding
BSc Wildlife Conservation and Ecology graduate Jack Wootton spent the summer studying how fish respond to reflective stimuli after being awarded a research scholarship by the Universities Federation for Animal Welfare (UFAW). Jack, who is passionate about fish welfare and is particularly keen to improve the living conditions of fish in aquaria, applied for his scholarship while
After graduating with a degree in Food Industry with Management in 2014, Imogen Johnson landed her dream job in New Product Development with Street Eats, the Chester based sandwich and street-food manufacturer. As Street Eats ‘Development Technologist’, Imogen, 22, develops new recipes, helps monitor product quality and researches market trends (‘breadless sandwiches’ are very on trend at present).
Talented Reaseheath College trained landscape gardener Matt Beesley has proved he is among the world’s best by taking silver at the WorldSkills finals in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Matt, from Winsford, and fellow team member Jonathan Gill, from Northern Ireland, achieved Britain’s first ever medal in landscape gardening at the global, Olympics style final. The pair had to prove
Reaseheath opened doors to a new career for Wendy Nulty after working for 12 years in the NHS. With a passion for the outdoors and countryside conservation, Wendy looked to Reaseheath to help take her first steps with a career change by studying our Foundation Degree in Countryside Conservation and Recreation Management. After just a year
Machinery dealership management graduate Chris Osborne is using his degree to help further his career at Finning UK. Chris completed his Foundation Degree in Machinery Dealership Management alongside working full time for Finning. Having graduated in 2014, he’s now progressed to a managerial role with the company. As a Product Support Account Manager for Finning UK, Chris,