Deputy PM Nick Clegg meets students at North Warwickshire and Hinckley College
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg visited staff and students at a college yesterday .
The Liberal Democrat leader spent more than an hour at North Warwickshire and Hinckley College's construction centre talking to students about their work and qualifications.
He also met employers keen to take on apprentices.
James Warner, 17, was among those who got to speak to the politician.
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He said: "It was exciting to have him here and it's given everyone a boost."
Thomas Quittenton, 17, who is on a level one plumbing course, said: "I thought it was really good that he was interested in what we were doing."
Marion Plant, principal of the college, said: "He was very supportive of vocational education and showed a real knowledge and enthusiasm, which was encouraging.
"Students and staff felt valued by his visit.
"I believe at this college we're helping to develop the skills which are needed to boost this economy and anything which can add value to vocational qualifications is most welcome."