Two Ellesmere Port trained travel students are in for a spot of travel themselves.

The students, from West Cheshire College, are jetting off to the sun this summer after securing jobs with Thomas Cook.

Brooklyn Finch along with Faye Greenhalgh, both 19, have both completed their diploma courses in travel and tourism and will be working in Turkey.

RELATED STORY: Ellesmere Port theatre students get hands on with lighting

Brooklyn said: “I can’t wait to start my new job.

“I’ll be working as a destination representative so I’ll be involved in airport collections, welcome meetings and general overall customer service for holidaymakers visiting the resort.

“Studying travel and tourism at West Cheshire College has been amazing and the tutors really helped me with the interview process for this role.”

RELATED STORY: Ellesmere Port drama students tackle mental health on stage

She continued: “I’ve learnt so much about the industry plus I’ve really grown in confidence and learnt how important it is to be yourself and let your personality shine through. I’m looking forward to completing my first holiday season and I hope to work my way up to being a head representative.”

Claire de grey Homer, programme leader for travel and tourism at the college, said: “Both Faye and Brooklyn have worked extremely hard during their course and I’m delighted both of them have gone onto secure such amazing jobs.

“We are extremely proud of our links with the travel industry which ensures our students achieve jobs with employers such as Emirates, Easy Jet, Thomas Cook and Manchester Airport.”