Career advancement and lighter learning in new course guide
5th August 2010 3:35pm - Return to press releases
East Riding College's new part-time course guide, featuring hundreds of courses starting from September, is now available.
The publication features a wide range of programmes from a variety of subject areas, with most starting in the autumn and some in January, and a number which can be done at any time.
Courses featured include those related to career advancement, such as management and supervision qualifications, and many which are specific to job areas, such as hair and beauty, construction, engineering and catering.
There is a section on the College's Discover adult education courses, which are aimed at people who would like to take shorter courses as a hobby or to get a taste of a particular subject before considering further study.
The guide also contains courses for employers with training needs in subjects such as food safety, first aid and health and safety. Courses range from half-day short courses to two-year programmes and from entry level to degree level.
Principal Derek Branton (pictured) said: "There is something for everyone in our new part-time course guide, from longer courses aimed at enhancing career prospects to lighter learning for recreation.
"It is now more important than ever to have a strong CV and our courses can help you take your next step up the career ladder, move into a new profession or simply learn something new."
The part-time course guide has been distributed to more than 120,000 homes in the East Riding and Hull. Anyone who did not get a copy can get one from East Riding College sites in Gallows Lane, Beverley, and St Mary's Walk, Bridlington, where the full-time and higher education course guides for programmes starting in September are also available.
To download a course guide or to request one by post visit www.eastridingcollege.ac.uk or call 0845 120 0037. For more information, to enrol or to make an appointment to see a guidance officer, call the College on 0845 120 0037.
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