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Debbie Preece & Max Carrington (Access to Higher Education)

Two Access to Higher Education students, Max Carrington and Debbie Preece, were awarded the Access to Higher Education Award in recognition of the way studying transformed their lives.

Max went from being homeless to studying at University to become a clinical psychologist while Debbie, a former drug addict and single mother of five, went on to pursue a career in social work.

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COLLEGE CLOSURE

Following the recent announcement by the UK Prime Minister, Kidderminster College is closed until further notice.

Our webpage https://www.kidderminster.ac.uk/coronavirus-updates/ has further information regarding online learning, it also contains useful contact details and frequently asked questions.

During the closure, we will still accepting and processing applications for Kidderminster College for September 2020.

Keep safe, stay home.

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