Early February Gloucester-based Bridge Training tasked their Level 1 Motor Vehicle students with the challenge of designing and building two soapboxes to enter in the 2019 Tetbury Wacky Races.
The students, who were split into two teams met the deadline of Friday, May 3 and on bank holiday Monday both Racing Teams turned up at Tetbury and successfully took part in the event.
Managing Director of Bridge Training; Mark Harrod, said; “It was a very proud day for me personally, seeing the young students with such grit and determination to succeed and the team work was exceptional. I don’t think I saw a mobile phone all day.”
Bridge Training offers vocational training at Level 1 and 2 to students aged between 16 – 24 who aren’t comfortable learning within large schools and college environments.
The team from Bridge Training at the Tetbury Wacky Races