New prospectuses now available
25th October 2010 2:42pm - Return to press releases
Anyone who is thinking about going into further and higher education in September 2011 can now take a look at East Riding College's new full-time and higher education course guides.
The full-time course guide features nearly 100 courses in art, design and media; business and administration; construction; early years and health and social care; foundation programmes; hair and beauty; hospitality and catering; information technology; motor vehicle and engineering; music; public services; sport and recreation; and travel and tourism. These include a range of A-levels, apprenticeships and vocational courses, such as BTEC diplomas and NVQs.
The course guide features information on life at the College, facilities, open events and how to apply for courses. There is also details of how to get help with choosing the right course and how prospective students can talk to the College's award-winning guidance officers.
The higher education course guide gives details of the 10 higher education courses the College offers in digital media; early childhood policy and practice; education; health and social care; information technology; sports, exercise and health sciences; and teacher training. There is also a section on Access to Higher Education courses, which enable people who have been out of education for a while to get the experience and points they need to get into college or university.
College Principal Derek Branton said: "It may seem a long way off but next September will come around quickly and a lot of people are already turning their attention to their next step in education.
"Whether you are in year 11 and considering your next move after school or an adult who wants to improve their CV, you will find what you are looking for in our new prospectuses."
The course guides can be downloaded by clicking on the images about. To order course guides by post, go to our request a prospectus page. Alternatively, to request a hard copy by post or to speak to a guidance officer, call 0845 120 0037.
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For more information, call Matthew Croshaw, marketing and communications manager, on 01482 306612 or email [email protected]