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Covid-19 Update

Given the Covid-19 pandemic, the College calendar has been changed for the first term of the 2020/21 academic year and has introduced a two-week October half term break. This break is from Monday 19 to Friday 30 October during which time the College is closed to Learners. The College office will be open from Monday 19 to Friday 23 October (telephone/email enquiries open) and closed from Monday 26 October to Friday 30 October (telephone/email enquiries closed until Monday 2 November). From 2 November we are increasing the areas in which a face mask or covering is required to be worn.

Your education doesn't necessarily stop at college. You could choose to go on to university, learn on the job in an Apprenticeship, or start learning the ins and outs of a career path once you start work. Whatever you choose, you'll be laying the foundations to achieve a career that's right for you.

In the last academic year, after completing their current studies:

  • 17% of our full-time students went straight into employment
  • 52% of our full-time students chose to study another course
  • 10% of our full-time students went on to study at university

There really is no right or wrong way to develop your skills, find something you enjoy and start progressing towards your goals. 

How can I progress?

There are many ways that you can stand out from the crowd and go far in your career, including:

  • Work experience
  • Extended projects
  • Getting involved in charity work
  • Become a member of the Student Union
  • Take up an interesting hobby
  • Develop your full-time course into an Apprenticeship

Further Guidance

The Hub is our dedicated one-stop shop providing careers and employability guidance, as well as support on everything from gaining work experience and volunteering to job interview preparation and university applications.

For more information, please click here or email