West Cheshire College is hosting two Make it Happen drop-in sessions in January 2014 for young people to find out more about studying a vocational course at the College.
The sessions, to be held at the College’s Ellesmere Port Campus on Wednesday 8th January and at the Chester Campus on Thursday 9th January between 5pm-7.30pm, will provide advice and guidance for young people looking for a change in direction regarding their studies and careers.
The informal events are a chance for young people to get all of the information they need about the range of hands-on vocational courses and Apprenticeships that the College offers.
Helen Nellist, Vice Principal of West Cheshire College, said: “It is now a legal requirement for young people to stay in some form of education or training until they are 17. We have a lot of enquiries from young people who may have made the wrong choice but we are letting them know that it is not too late to change that.
“We have a number of new short courses launching in January which are catered to give people a flavour of what it is like to study at the College.
“Young people looking for a change can take advantage of a number of options including full-time and part-time courses and Apprenticeships. These events will provide all of the information needed for people to make a positive change.”
There is no need to book your place on the sessions, just drop in. The evenings are on Wednesday 8th January between 5-7.30pm at the Ellesmere Port Campus, off Sutton Way and on Thursday 9th January between 5-7.30pm at the Chester Campus, Eaton Road, Handbridge.
For more information about West Cheshire College call the College hotline on 01244 656555 or visit www.west-cheshire.ac.uk
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