Open Day – Saturday 17 June
Join us at our Open Day on Saturday 17 June, 10am – 2pm! It’s going to be fun, exciting and engaging as you will have the chance to get hands-on with interactive activities, learn about college courses, talk to current students who made the choice you’re thinking about now and find out about general college life!
Whether you are leaving school or you’re an adult looking to get back into education, up-skill, retrain or simply looking to learn a new skill we have a wide range of full-time courses, part-time courses, Apprenticeships and university level courses so you can explore your options! You’ve definitely chosen the right place if you want to define your future!
If taking one step closer to becoming a WolvColl student isn’t enough, there will be opportunities for you to win prizes during the event and you’ll even walk away with a WolvColl goodie bag!
If you’re coming along as a parent or a carer, don’t worry – we have something for you too!
We’ll be holding drop in interactive workshops that will help you support your student with their learning, offering everything from how to support positive study habits to revision strategies and managing time effectively.
Head to the Study Hub at any time during the event to pick up a tip or two!
So what are you waiting for? Hit the book your place button, enter a few details and we’ll be in touch!
If you pre-register and attend the event you will be entered into a prize draw to win an Amazon voucher!
Visit our Paget Road campus for: Access to HE, A Levels, Apprenticeships, Automotive, Beauty Therapy, Business, Creative Arts (Media, Performing Arts, Art & Design, Games Design, Journalism, Photography, Music Technology), Employability – courses to help you get into work and training, Engineering, ESOL, Hairdressing & Barbering, Hospitality, Catering*, Maths & English, Prince’s Trust, Science, Teaching & Education.
Visit our Wellington Road campus for: Accounting, Apprenticeships, Bakery, Computing & IT, Construction (Plumbing, Painting & Decorating, Carpentry, Electrical, Brickwork), Counselling, Early Years, Futures Programmes (aimed at young people with inclusion needs or and/or an Education Health and Care Plan), Health & Social Care, HR & Management, Maths & English, Sport & Fitness, Travel & Tourism, Uniformed Public Services.
*Professional Cookery Level 3 will be taught at Wellington Road Campus