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Care students enjoyed graduation ceremony in Newbury Park

PUBLISHED: 11:53 11 August 2017 | UPDATED: 16:35 14 August 2017

Graduates of Shreeji Training receiving their certicates at their graduation ceremony at Oaks Park High School.

Graduates of Shreeji Training receiving their certicates at their graduation ceremony at Oaks Park High School.

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Graduates enjoyed an afternoon of fun, food and achievement at a ceremony in Newbury Park.

Graduates of Shreeji Training receiving their certicates at their graduation ceremony at Oaks Park High School. Eunece Diamond Akenzuwa collects her certificate from Mayor Cllr Linda HuggettGraduates of Shreeji Training receiving their certicates at their graduation ceremony at Oaks Park High School. Eunece Diamond Akenzuwa collects her certificate from Mayor Cllr Linda Huggett

The hard work of students studying “care in the home” with Shreeji Training was rewarded with a certificate presentation by the Mayor of Redbridge Cllr Linda Huggett at Oaks Park High School, Oaks Lane.

Shreeji Training has provided training solutions to learners and employers across London since 2011.

A spokesman for the company said: “Students and their families enjoyed the afternoon- everybody had a great time and left in high spirits.

“Students excited by meeting the mayor took the opportunity to take lots of selfies.”

Graduates of Shreeji Training receiving their certicates at their graduation ceremony at Oaks Park High School.Graduates of Shreeji Training receiving their certicates at their graduation ceremony at Oaks Park High School.

Shreeji Training also have a burgeoning home care wing which has provided thousands of hours of compassionate and reassuring care, allowing clients to remain in their own homes with a degree of comfort and independence.

Company director Pooja Barot, declared the event an “amazing success” and vowed to make the next one even better.


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