EMPLOYEES from a broad range of departments at Musgrove Hospital celebrated earning their Level 2 Awards in medical terminology at Richard Huish College last week.

The course took 12 months to complete on a day release basis, alongside their various hospital roles. Impressively all 10 students passed with 7 receiving more than 90 per cent in their exam to earn a Distinction grade.

Speaking of her time at Huish, student Tracy Troup, said; “The tutors were extremely knowledgeable about the subject, lessons were always interesting and supportive of learning, delivered with a positive approach to learning”. Kathryn Thurlow added “The course gave me a boost in confidence to go and study more”.

Helen Bluff said: "It has already gained me a new job in a more complex speciality than the one I did."