A Llanelli computing student has been awarded a bronze award at the Welsh and West of England heat of a WorldSkills web design competition.
Coleg Sir Gâr student Samuel Phillips, 17, whose studying an extended diploma, won the award in the competition which tests candidates skills in creating a professional website, working to a stringent script within a five hour timeframe.
Mike David, Coleg Sir Gâr computing lecturer, said: “Competitors had to design and build a responsive website promoting new music bands.”
Samuel may be eligible to progress to compete at The Skills Show in Birmingham this year depending on UK results.
Pic: Coleg Sir Gâr computing student Samuel Phillips with his bronze award at the Wales and West of England heat of WorldSkills web design competition. He is picture with college lecturer Mike David (centre) and competition organiser, Michael Chitended.