Date: 10 November 2018 Time: 10:30am - 1:30pm Location: Saltaire, Middlesbrough, Newcastle 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.
Our first Taster Event will take place on the 8th October with Land and Wildlife (Countryside and Game) from 11:30am - 1pm giving you the opportunity to experience the subject with a practical session led by our teaching staff.
Sign up for the taster in Land and Wildlife or one of our other FE Courses here https://www.askham-bryan.ac.uk/students/come-and-see-us/taster-days-1
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Do you know the symptoms of meningitis?
The Askham Bryan College LRC is promoting Meningitis Awareness Week this week (17-23 September)
Led by the Meningitis Research Foundation this aims to highlight the symptoms of meningitis and septicaemia (also called sepsis)
Meningitis and septicaemia are serious, life threatening illnesses – anyone, anywhere, of any age can get meningitis and septicaemia, although some people are at higher risk than others. Being able to recognise the symptoms is vital because early recognition and treatment provide the best chance of a good recovery.
The first symptoms are usually fever, vomiting, headache and feeling unwell. Limb pain, pale skin, and cold hands and feet often appear earlier than the rash, neck stiffness, dislike of bright lights and confusion. It can feel like a very bad hangover
Septicaemia can occur with or without meningitis. Not everyone gets all the symptoms and they can appear in any order.
Check the website at https://www.meningitis.org/meningitis/check-symptoms