More than 400 out of 4,800 students took vocational courses
The results of vocational courses at the University College Isle of Man have been published for the first time.
More than 400 of the 4,800 students have this year trained in level one, two and three courses.
Of those 16 have achieved the highest mark possible, a triple distinction star.
Forty-three per cent of level three students gained distinctions or distinction star, which is the equivalent of A-Level A or A star.
Principal Jo Pretty says vocational training is extremely useful for the Island's employment: (play audio)