College opens its doors to adult learners at the Open Evening, Monday 6 July 4pm-7pmPosted: 6th of July 2015 by Karen O'Connor
The open evening is a fantastic opportunity for visitors to find out about the wide range of courses on offer and the fantastic facilities available to all learners including the brand new Learning Centre and Sports Hall. Visitors were able to speak to tutors one on one and get the advice and guidance that will put them on the path to their dream career.
Interim Learner and Recruitment Manager Steve Greenwood said: “It was great to see such a large turnout at the last open evening which is why we are hosting another one. The satisfaction surveys carried out show that visitors were especially appreciative of the wide range of course expertise available. We had apprenticeships and teacher training for example, as well as the full portfolio of vocational courses that the College offers. From our application numbers this year it is clear that local residents have embraced that the best place they can continue their education is with this high performing College on their doorstep. We were able to make hundreds of course offers on the night and we hoping to do the same at the next open evening.”
The College’s courses attract learners from all age groups, backgrounds and level of study. If you’re an adult you may be eligible to for the 24+ Learning Loan for Level 3 courses to help with course fees.
The next Open Evening will be held on Monday 6th July 4pm-7pm at both the Tottenham and Enfield centres. We will help you explore all options available and discuss your life goals. This will enable us to give you impartial Information, Advice and Guidance (IAG) so that you have the right information at hand, including other learning providers and options, to make the right choice for you.
To book your place at the next open evening click here.
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