Skills Minister Matthew Hancock dropped in on Telford College of Arts and Technology to find out what students and apprentices were up to.
Mr Hancock met current and past students and employers and looked at how learners’ progression into employment was being tracked.
Principal Janet Ellis said: “It was a privilege and a great day for the college, particularly for the students and employers to showcase the students’ talents and the vital role that our employers play in making our curriculum fit for purpose.”
Mr Hancock also officially opened the college’s new suite of creative studios and a Learning to Work Zone.
Skills Minister Matthew Hancock with REED NCFE director Tom Millar, principa, Janet Ellis along with Luke Ward, REED NCFE Employment Team Leader