Students from Fife College Prince’s Trust team programme kicked off their future by celebrating the end of their course recently.
The event marked the successful completion of the 12-week personal development course.
The students were joined by tutors, family and friends and were presented with certificates by Provost of Fife, Jim Leishman, after they had delivered a group presentation as well as individual speeches, outlining how the course had helped build their skills.
The programme is an employability and personal development course which, alongside giving students practical skills, also awards a National 4 qualification upon completion.
The future looks bright for the group, with each of them hoping to move on to new projects, using their newfound skills.
Wullie McEwan, Prince’s Trust team leader at the college, said: “The team programme allows students to learn valuable life and works skills. I’m sure the students would describe their 12-week journeys in different ways, with many ups and downs just like everyday life, most importantly they have each learnt and grown from their experiences.”