People can find out about courses on offer at City of Wolverhampton College at a series of online virtual question and answer sessions starting next week.
Due to the coronavirus outbreak the college is currently closed, however people can still apply for full-time and part-time courses starting in September and the online sessions will give them the opportunity to hear presentations from staff in different subject areas, get details of the range of courses on offer and ask any questions they may have.
Prospective students can pre-book places at the virtual events and will be sent details of how to access their chosen sessions so that they can log-on in readiness for when the presentations get underway.
Sessions kick off on Tuesday 5 May with tutors from the motor vehicle department available from 2pm to 3pm, followed by engineering tutors from 4pm to 5pm. Construction staff will be online on Wednesday 6 May 2pm–3pm and creative tutors 4pm–5pm, with staff from the A Levels department available on Thursday 7 May, 2pm-3pm, and science tutors answering questions from 5pm to 6pm.
From Tuesday 12 May people can talk to staff about teaching and education, access to higher education, hairdressing, barbering, beauty, catering, bakery and early years courses, followed by sessions on business, computing, health, sport, travel and uniformed public services taking place from Tuesday 19 May.
People interested in finding out more about apprenticeships and English and maths courses can join online sessions on Tuesday 2 June, or log-in on Wednesday 3 June for details of courses to improve employability skills and programmes for students with special educational needs.
Get the dates for all subjects and book a place on the virtual sessions here.