Originally set to study a course in Hair and Beauty, Jade decided that a full-time Motor Vehicle course was more suited to her interests and personality.READ FULL STORY…
Electronics is an industry that powers innovation across a number of sectors. Working in this industry, you could expect to be involved in the design and development of a range of electronics, including circuit boards and systems, for a broad range of areas. This could include electronics for scientific research, medical treatment, computing, communications, automotive, aerospace, and security. Career pathways could lead you to a role as an Electrical Engineer, IT consultant, Network Engineer or Systems Analyst.
Generally studied by school leavers as an alternative to A-Levels.
Professional courses that are generally studied out of working hours either at College or at your place of work.
Courses undertaken in parallel with full-time employment within the studying industry.
Eastleigh College recently hosted a festive Christmas Jumper Day, which in total raised a fantastic total of £200 for charity! All funds raised will be donated to the chosen college charity, Child Bereavement UK.
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