HNC Students stage event and raise awareness on suicide

HNC Fashion Photographic Make-up students from Cumbernauld campus recently organised an event as part of their employment experience unit. The event was held in conjunction with Chris’s House, a Lanarkshire based charity which is a ‘Centre for Help, Response and Intervention Surrounding Suicide’.

Debbie Tominey, Lisa Johnston and Sarah O’Doherty were interviewed on the day about the purpose and theme of the catwalk.

The overall event was documented by NQ Film & Photography students Paige Graham, Jack Gartley, Kieran White and Robert MacRae.

“The students who helped organised the event did an excellent job on the hair & make-up and it was nice to witness first hand how they all pulled together as part of a team to make it happen. The charity, Chris’s House, do a brilliant job and it is a credit to see our students getting involved in raising awareness around suicide”

-Karen Milligan, CQL Hair & Beauty

“Debbie, Lisa and Sarah were brilliant on camera and were able to give an excellent overview of the day and what it meant to them. Our NQ Students were superb and they stepped into their roles at short notice and were able to come back with a lot of coverage and some great photographs from the day. It’s also great to see students working across Faculties”

– Alan Moffat, Lecturer, Film & TV

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