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UCR graduate prepares to inspire the next generation of food technologists

University Centre Reaseheath graduate Naomi shares her experience of studying Food Science at UCR, and how studying with us is helping her to achieve her goal of inspiring the next generation of food technologists.

I am really glad I chose to return to Reaseheath to complete my degree after studying my Level 3 Diploma in Food Technology at Reaseheath College.

I thoroughly enjoyed each module I studied at University Centre Reaseheath, particularly those in Human Nutrition, Food Innovation and Food Safety; all of which I have always had an interest in.

Whilst enjoying my time learning about the science of food at UCR, I gained a keen interest in the education side to food and how much of a difference a good education can make to people’s food choices. Because of this, I am starting a PGCE at Keele University in September so that I can become a Food Technology teacher in a secondary school.

When I’m a teacher, I hope that I will inspire a new generation of food technologists, and also give my future pupils a good education about food, helping them flourish in later life.

I would like to thank all the course tutors at University Centre Reaseheath for always supporting everyone through 1-2-1’s and by responding to emails promptly. The tutors were also really accommodating by doing lectures online when I was unable to attend due to childcare issues, which really helped me with my studies.

I would highly recommend University Centre Reaseheath as a great place to study a degree in Food Science in preparation for a successful and rewarding career in the industry.

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