Date: 20 January 2018 Time: 10:30am - 1:30pm Location: Saltaire, Middlesbrough, Newcastle, Wakefield and York
Saturday Open Mornings
These events are aimed at students thinking of following a Further Education study programme or an Apprenticeship through the College. Staff are around to provide information about what Askham Bryan College can offer. Come along and meet our course specialists, have a tour of the facilities and visit our residential accommodation.
Saturday Open Mornings start at 10.30am and consist of a scheduled programme of events until about 1.30pm, so they are not drop-in events. If you would like to attend please complete the booking form on the right and click submit, advance booking is required. A confirmation email will be sent a week beforehand to those attending the York Campus to the address given on your booking form, please check in case this reply goes into your 'junk mail' box. If you leave a message on 01904 772236 please leave your phone number too, many thanks.
To finish off the Association Of Colleges #LoveOurColleges week, we spoke to students from Level 3 Veterinary Nursing to hear about their pathway into the vet nursing profession through studying at Askham Bryan College which includes a mandatory work placement alongside their studies.
The course, which is only provided by specialist FE colleges offers students an alternative route to A-Levels and a chance to learn the practical and theoretical aspects of vet nursing to provide more work ready college graduates for the profession.
Over 40,000 people have signed the petition to increase college funding to more sustainable levels and keep these courses available to the next generation of school leavers, so why not join them here https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/229744
We’ve already heard from students on Arboriculture, Floristry and Uniform Public Services courses this week but what did the Equine students have to say about Askham Bryan College and the national Association Of Colleges #LoveOurColleges campaign?
We caught up with two Level 3 Equine Management Students who explained why their course is so vital in preparing them for their dream career working with horses.
Over 40,000 people have signed the petition to increase college funding to more sustainable levels, so why not join them here https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/229744
Steve Frampton, the Principle of the Association of Colleges is delivering a session regarding #LoveOurColleges #FEstival18