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Get Connected at the Isle of Wight College Open Evening for ALL courses, on Tuesday 3rd March, between 4pm – 6:30pm.
The Isle of Wight College has a national reputation for providing quality teaching and learning and has many first class facilities.
Results speak for themselves
The College provides excellent ‘value added’ for all college learners – this means learners achieved much higher passes than would be expected given the GCSE grades they started with.
The College’s standard for ‘Value added’ is amongst the best in Britain.
What to expect
There is always plenty to see and do at the open events. Here are a few suggestions for you at the Newport Campus:
- Experience being Spiderman in VR
- Try the Minecraft Education Edition demos – build your skills for the 21st century
- Game stations to challenge your friends and family
- Discover International work experience opportunities when you choose to study at The College
- Get Your Career Going – discover Apprenticeship opportunities with The College
- Visit the course areas that interest you, view the facilities, chat with students/staff and join in some of the activities on offer to learn what it’s like to study at The College
- See the campus and the many first-class facilities.
- Ask student services advisers all of your questions, such as whether you might be eligible for financial support, a bus pass or help with childcare costs
- Ready to apply? You will be able to apply online and staff available to assist you in applying or you can take an application form away with you and apply when you are ready.
The Whippingham CECAMM Campus offers:
- Have a tour of CECAMM and the many first-class facilities.
- Several local employers that work with The College will be attending to support the Open Day – ask them questions and find out about work experience and apprenticeship opportunities with them
- Meet the staff and students undertaking practical demonstrations, with opportunities to ask questions.
- Talk to course tutors about the individual courses on offer in mechanical, electrical and marine engineering.
- Discuss the apprenticeship route with the Work Based Learning team.
- Ask the tutors and Pastoral and Progress Adviser all of your questions, such as whether you might be eligible for financial support, a bus pass or help with childcare costs.
Where your great career begins
There are lots of choices you have to make when deciding to come to college and that the list of options available after school can sometimes be confusing.
In response to the Isle of Wight council’s withdrawal of advice and guidance services to young people in full-time education, The College has ensured its students continue to get the best possible support by appointing Catherine Jackson, a highly qualified careers advisor.
Catherine is recognised by the Institute of Careers Guidance as an advanced practitioner and is a member of the Careers Professional Alliance. She will be happy to advise any College student or prospective student and operates an appointment system as well as drop-in sessions.
So what are you waiting for?
Visit The College to discuss the opportunities open to you and find out what college life is really like on Tuesday 3rd March 2020 (4pm to 6.30pm).
We recommend you have a look at the range of courses on offer via The College Website prior to coming along to Open Events.
The College offers ample free parking on campus and good local transport connections are available.
Family and friends welcome.
Isle of Wight College (event details): Medina Way, Newport PO30 5TA
CECAMM (event details): Whippingham Technology Park, Whippingham Road PO32 6FY
For more information visit the Isle of Wight College Website.
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