College advice sessions on work-based courses
THE work-based learning team at the College of West Anglia is offering free information, advice and guidance next Wednesday for anyone aged 16-24 interested in doing an apprenticeship. College tutors will be on hand from 6pm to 8pm to demonstrate what app
THE work-based learning team at the College of West Anglia is offering free information, advice and guidance next Wednesday for anyone aged 16-24 interested in doing an apprenticeship.
College tutors will be on hand from 6pm to 8pm to demonstrate what apprenticeships involve and the kind of activities apprentices complete as part of their courses.
In the past the college has offered a wide range of apprenticeships including, accountancy, administration, animal care, brickwork, childcare, engineering, hospitality and hairdressing, and now following the merger with Isle College, Wisbech, the work-based learning department are able to offer a selection of new courses to support the existing subjects including IT, painting and decorating and motor vehicle.
If you are a school student or are aged 16-24 and need practical experience in a workplace and get training in college as well as being paid a proper wage, an apprenticeship could be just what you are looking for.
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The open evening will be at the College of West Anglia's main site on Tennyson Avenue, King's Lynn.
CONTACT: The work-based learning team on 01553 815280 or e-mail email@example.com
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