Finnish students learn much
Four students from Finland have been enjoying their last week of a busy six-week exchange with the College of West Anglia. Their last days included helping with student security around the campus. While in this country they have completed door supervisor security in Norwich, adventure training in North Wales, visited the Norfolk police headquarters in Wymondham, learned physical intervention skills, visited RAF Duxford and integrated with uniformed services students during their time at the college campus at King’s Lynn. On April 22 five students from the college will be going to Finland as part of the exchange, brought about with the help of European funding. Picture: On security duty, the four students from Finland: Illmari Kamila, Jarkko Rantanen, Ville Finnila and Niko Ranta are pictured with one of the college staff, left.