Southport College is hosting an Open Evening and Job Fair on Monday 6 June between 3.30pm and 7.00pm
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 2016.
To download the new course guide for adults click here
If you are leaving school soon and haven’t applied for a place at Southport College yet, have made the wrong choice after your GCSEs or are unsure about the course you would like to study then don’t panic as it is not too late to join the 1000s 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. There has never been a better time to study at Southport College, especially after their recent grading as ‘Good’ by Ofsted. More students than ever before are leaving the College to join universities or start their dream jobs and exciting new facilities for students are taking shape.
If you are looking for work then visit their Job Fair. Local companies are looking to recruit immediate starts for 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.
And Southport College now offers a range of degree level qualifications right on your doorstep in the form of HND/HNCs, Foundation Degree and BA (Hons) top up degrees. Staff from their University Centre will be able to discuss your course choices with you.
For further details about Southport College’s Course Advice Evening and Jobs Fair call 01704 392704 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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