An open day due to take place at City of Wolverhampton College this Saturday, 8 January, has been postponed due to the continuing coronavirus pandemic.
People who were due to attend the event will be contacted and sent a link to apply for their chosen course online or book an appointment with a careers adviser to discuss the best study option for their future career.
Part-time courses due to start later this month are continuing as planned and people can take a look at what’s on offer and apply for those they are interested in here
Louise Fall, deputy principal at the college, said: “The health and wellbeing of our students, apprentices, staff and visitors has been at the forefront of every decision we have made during the pandemic and, with the prevalence of the omicron variant, we have made the decision to postpone this weekend’s event.
“However people can still apply for part-time courses due to start during this month, as well as full-time courses starting in September and apprenticeships with local employers, by visiting our website.”
Get details of all courses, qualifications and apprenticeships offered by the college here