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Open Evening 

Wednesday 21st October 2015

5.30pm to 8.00pm

Our Open Evenings give you a chance to see our excellent facilities and wonderful surroundings and, most importantly, to meet the staff.  At Nescot we know that successful study is about matching the Right Student to the Right Course in the Right College.  We aim to help you find out about all of your educational options and the College itself. You will then be able to make informed decisions about your future.

There is no need to book, just come along.  Parents, guardians and family, all are very welcome.

Come and see what Nescot has to offer you!

Nescot is a large college specialising in employment-focused courses and training.

Further Education describes courses up to degree level, and we offer a wide range of courses and levels so that our learners can progress to Higher Education – many of them choosing to do so at Nescot.

All our tutors have significant industry experience and their skills and experience enable our learners to gain a real understanding of working in their industry. Most full-time courses include work experience and many include additional qualifications to boost your employability.

Flexible day, evening and distance courses fit in with work and family so that studying is manageable. Class sizes are kept small so that you get to know tutors and classmates easily and have access to valuable personal help from your tutor.

Financial, careers, medical and counselling staff are available on campus and there is plentiful parking.

To find out more, look around the site, order a prospectus, or get in touch directly.

Study Programmes

Every full time student has an individual study programme which brings together the qualifications and skills that you need to have the best opportunities to progress to the next level of your studies or to employment. What’s in your study programme will depend on what you have already achieved and what your next step will be towards your eventual career.

You start by choosing your main course – and when we meet you we’ll put the rest of the programme together with you.
If you haven’t yet achieved English and Maths GCSE at grade C it will include either GCSE or functional skills at a level to enable you to keep studying and get employed.

Depending on which main course you choose, coupled with your English and Maths needs, there may be work experience, an extended project, online courses and workshops to prepare you for employment as part of your study programme.
Study programmes are all 540 hours and all parts of your programme are compulsory.





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