Course Advice Evening & Jobs Fair

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Southport College is opening the doors to everyone on Monday 8 June between 4.00pm and 7.30pm for a Course Advice Evening and Jobs Fair

Adults can collect a copy of their brand-new course guide and talk to tutors about the range of subjects available to study from September 2015. You can download a copy of Southport College’s September 2015 course guide for adults by Clicking Here

If you are leaving school soon and haven’t applied for a place at Southport College yet or are considering leaving your current college or 6th form then don’t panic as it is not too late to join the 100s of students who have already applied. Course Tutors and the Student Guidance team will be available for a chat about the next steps after GCSEs and to help you with your application.

Southport College’s University Centre now offers a range of degree level qualifications right on your doorstep in the form of HND/HNCs, Foundation Degrees and a BA in Health and Social Care. Staff from their University Centre will be on hand to discuss course choices with you and begin applications for September starts.

And if you are looking for work then visit Southport College’s Jobs Fair. Local companies are looking to recruit immediate starts for their apprenticeships and full/part-time job vacancies including:

• Hair and Beauty salons
• Office Administration
• Customer Service

And lots more! Bring your CV along to meet the businesses and arrange an interview on the night.

For further details about their Course Advice Evening and Jobs Fair call 01704 392704 or email [email protected]


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