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.
Event Management students at Eastleigh College have raised a fantastic total of £2,257.61 which has been donated to four local charities; PICU, Piam Brown Children's Ward, Blue Cross and Wessex Cancer Trust. The donation was raised following a number of successful charity events and projects that were planned, organised, marketed and ran by students throughout the academic year, including a Christmas Fayre, enterprise projects and a charity dinner held at the award winning Botley Park Hotel.
Following the publication of the Government’s Careers Strategy in December 2017, representatives from Eastleigh College have been working hard to create a Careers Programme that ensures that students have the guidance, support and knowledge available to them in order to be ready for their dream career.