Follow this link for printable versionFormer Uniformed Public Services student talks about her career in the Military Police
Vicky Clark left York College last year having studyied a National Diploma in Uniformed Public Services and she is now forging a career for herself with the Military Police. Vicky returned to College to talk to current students about her experiences to date and her exciting career ahead, giving an interesting presentation and answering questions from the class.
Said Vicky: “Everything I learnt on the National Diploma course at College is relevant to my training for the Military Police. I am working hard and getting lots of opportunities to prove myself. The Military Police is a tough option and I am being challenged all the time. I am pleased to be able to come back to my College to talk to other students and also to say thank you to the tutors who provided me with the necessary skills to allowed me to follow my chosen career path.“
Andy Phillips, Uniformed Public Services tutor was delighted to see Vicky again saying: “Vicky was a great student who knew what she wanted to get out of the course. I am pleased to see that she is living the dream and enjoying herself.“