Anglia Ruskin Students Gain Experience in Bracknell
7 November 2014 | Bracknell, England
During November, Kenyon's Bracknell office staff recently hosted university students, providing hands-on work placement experience. Anglia Ruskin students Natasha Westwood and Adam Fidler, both studying Crime and Investigative Studies, worked closely with the Commercial and Operations departments to gain real-world insights into disaster management.
The students shared the following feedback.
"My time with Kenyon International has a been brief but worthwhile experience. I felt that I have learnt a lot about the company, and gained new skills that could help me in my future career. I’d like to thank all the staff for being extremely welcoming and giving us plenty of work to do! I’m hoping to return in the future and I am glad that I could be given this experience."
"Firstly, I’d like to thank Kenyon for this incredible opportunity. My time here has been very rewarding and it has been interesting to add to the theoretical knowledge we have gained at university. All the staff were friendly and I have appreciated the hands-on work that we were tasked with. I would definitely like to return in the future."
Both students will study Mass Disasters next year, so their week of experience will carry over into their future academic and possibly professional careers.
Anglia Ruskin students Natasha Westwood and Adam Fidler inventory a Family Assistance Kit in the Kenyon Bracknell warehouse.