Here at City of Wolverhampton College we work with secondary schools including special schools and pupil referral units to provide impartial advice, guidance and careers activities. We want to work with you to raise the aspirations of students by equipping them with the knowledge they need to help them make the right decisions about their future.
We offer a range of presentations that can be booked to take place either at college or at your school
Our trained Careers Guidance and Admissions tutors will talk to learners interested in further education at college and provide information covering a range of topics including:
- Full range of college courses
- Other college services provided
- Financial support
- Enrichment activities
Our dedicated Apprenticeship team will educate learners with all the information they need to know about apprenticeships covering a range of topics including:
- What is an apprenticeship?
- Who are they for?
- The Apprenticeship framework
- What are entry requirements?
- What level of apprenticeships are available?
- Tips for applying for an apprenticeship
- What apprenticeships are available?
Our team will educate learners about higher education in college covering a range of topics including:
- What are HNCs, HNDs and Foundation degrees?
- Tuition fees
- Student finance
- HE facilities
- Life as a HE student
Our taster sessions are the perfect opportunity for your students to get a taste of the subject areas they are interested in. Our sessions are planned so that students will participate in engaging hands on activities and explore the skills needed within that area.
Taster sessions are led by curriculum tutors in our state-of-the-art college facilities and can be combined with a tour of the campus.
The Careers & Apprenticeship Show 2020
The Careers & Apprenticeship Show is back, and it’s bigger and better than ever which means we’ve had to change venues to WV Active Aldersley.
Students will have the opportunity to meet employers, talk to apprentices, discover university options and much more! There will be a variety of interactive activities and experiences for students to get involved with, helping them get a real feel for what they enjoy.
Doors will be open to schools from across the region from 10am to 3pm.
(It is recommended that you allow 1.5 hours for the event)