Graduation Ceremony

Congratulations to all students who graduated with West Highland College UHI...well done! We're so proud to celebrate your achievement.

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Benjamin Orr was awarded the Achievement in Professional Cookery, presented on behalf of Springboard Scotland by Emma-Rose Milligan from Inverlochy CastleCrichton Lang, Principal and Vice Chancellor (interim) of the University of the Highlands and Islands with Amanda Dailly, winner of the Highland Society of London Annual PrizeLochaber NHS Integrated Adult Health & Social Care Team Leader Eleanor Barrie awards Sandra Palicka (who studied HNC Social Services) with the Ina Maciver Award for NHS Highland Integrated Health & Social Care 18/19 quaichGraduation graffiti wall being decoratedGraffiti wall messagesGraffiti wall messages cont.Great musical performance by Ben Price and RubyAnn StiegelmeierGuest Speaker Kate Forbes MSP urged students to take risks, be confident and to reach out for their goals in the full knowledge that confidence is a choice and that each of them already had within them what it takes to succeed.Students waiting to collect their qualificationsHigher Education Awards students waiting to collect their qualificationsHISA Depute Katie Wrigglesworth giving the Students AddressFurther Education Student of the Year Linda Mackenzie (NC Shipping and Maritime Studies) and West Highland College UHI Principal Lydia RohmerWest Highland College UHI Principal Lydia Rohmer with Maria Keil, winner of the Scottish Qualification Authority Local College AwardWset Highland College UHI Principal Lydia Rohmer, Mace Bearer Myra MCCabe, Kate Forbes MSP, Crighton Lang Principal and Vice Chancellor (interim) of the University of the Highlands and IslandsWest Highland College UHI Principal Lydia Rohmer and Stephen Hardie, winner of the Calmac award for student making the most progressPresented on behalf of Strathmore Hotels by Maggie McCartney, General Manager at the Alexandra Hotel, was the Strathmore Bowl for Achievement in Hospitality awarded to Leona SymesMichael Foxley accepted the Award for Endeavour on behalf of Robert Mattinson who could not be there on the day, this award is presented by Mallaig Habour AuthorityThe School of Adventure Studies showed a film documenting their students' expedition to Namibia