Published: 23 October 2014 at 12:16
First set of cohorts drop in to receive their awards at Anglia Ruskin ceremony
The first group of graduates from Anglia Ruskin University’s pioneering health courses for RAF Medics attended a graduation ceremony in Cambridge.
A total of nine graduates from Foundation Degree in Leadership and Management in Health and Social Care and BSc (Hons) Management and Leadership in Health and Social Care received their awards during a graduation ceremony at the Corn Exchange.
Charlotte Kenna, Daniel Shaw, Diane Harwood, Emma Kerslake, Emma Morris, Isabel Stone, Stuart Lowry, Sarah Hughes and Felicity Eagles all successfully completed the distance learning course, some of whom studied from overseas postings such as the Falklands Islands, Afghanistan and Cyprus.
Squadron Leader Doug Bain said:
Warrant Officer Dave James, Warrant Officer to the Head of the Royal Air Force Medical Services, said:
The courses were introduced in 2011 after the RAF chose Anglia Ruskin’s Degrees at Work team to provide Higher Education health courses to its medics. During the ceremony, Vice Chancellor Professor Michael Thorne congratulated the students on becoming the first group to complete the course.
Suparna Ghose, Principal Consultant – Strategy and Partnerships, Degrees at Work, said: