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ADVERTORIAL: Digital Open Event offers chance to discover college courses and facilities

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One of the South West’s largest colleges is offering you the chance to find out more about its courses, speak to staff and find out what life is really like at City of Bristol College.

The online Digital Open Event will cover a wide range of subjects, while members of staff will also be available outside the College to answer questions or supply copies of the course guide.

Based in a number of centres across Bristol, the College offers a learning experience that puts its students at the heart of one of the best cities in the UK.

Advanced Construction Skills Centre

Opening in September, the Advanced Construction Skills Centre is specially created to teach construction students the skills they need for a successful career in the industry.

The centre is designed to help develop the skilled construction workforce of the future in an inspiring, modern facility that reflects the real world.

It includes a mock building site and workshops for all trades to offer valuable hands-on experience and allow subcontractors to meet and work alongside students.

Achieve your full potential

With more than 1,000 courses available from entry- to degree-level, City of Bristol College offers the widest range of academic and vocational qualifications in the South West.

Subjects covered at the Open Event will include everything from A-Levels, Aeronautical Engineering and Animal Care to Performing Arts, Plumbing and Travel & Tourism.

Sadly, you cannot be welcomed into the College, but visitors can speak to a member of staff outside the College about programmes, get support with their application and find out about financial support available.

The College offers courses for students of all ages and backgrounds, including 16- to 18-year-olds, adult learners, apprentices, and higher education students.

Want to know more?

The City of Bristol College Digital Open Event is on Saturday, June 26 from 10am to 1pm.

Click here to register and choose which centre you’d like to know more about. Subject sessions are running at specific locations, so make sure you choose the right centre for the topic you’re interested in.

If you’re unable to attend the Open Event and would like to arrange an alternative visit, contact opendays@cityofbristol.ac.uk

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