The Prime Minister has today been visiting Milton Keynes College to find out about the work they are doing with apprenticeships and T-Levels.
The Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak, has today visited Milton Keynes to find out about apprenticeships and T-Levels at MK College.
The visit comes as the city today (23/1) celebrates its 56th birthday.
Rishi Sunak, along with the local Conservative MP's Iain Stewart and Ben Everitt, toured the Innovation and Technology Centre at MK College's Chaffron Way campus.
The Prime Minister met with students and apprentices in the college's engineering, aerospace and carpentry workshops.
"A huge thank you to the staff and students who made the visit possible," a spokesperson for MK College wrote on social media.
"The Prime Minister commented on our excellent staff and learning spaces, as well as highlighting our students who were ‘a credit to the College'".
Rishi Sunak became Prime Minister back in October following the resignation of Liz Truss.
"Fantastic to have PM Rishi Sunak in Milton Keynes on our 56th birthday visiting Milton Keynes College to see the incredible work they are doing with apprenticeships and T-Levels," Ben Everitt, MP for Milton Keynes North said.
"This Conservative Government has a huge focus on skills and I know the College is working with local businesses to ensure young people can learn the skills businesses need."