Posted: Tue 13th Aug 2013

Updated: Thu 26th Jan

Coleg Cambria Staff on Hand to Give Advice about GCSE Results

This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Aug 13th, 2013

Staff from Coleg Cambria will be available to provide advice and guidance for students receiving their GCSE results next week.

Enrolment days will be held at Coleg Cambria Deeside, Northop, Llysfasi and Wrexham Training on August 22nd and 23rd and at Coleg Cambria Yale Grove Park on August 27th and 28th.

Staff will be on hand to discuss career options, training and further education routes, as well as finance and other support alternatives available. 

Those who do not gain the grades that they had hoped for are also urged to attend one of the events to gain full support in making decisions about their future.

 Coleg Cambria Marketing Coordinator, Nicola Moore said:

“We have trained staff available at Coleg Cambria, ready to give advice to anybody who has completed their GCSEs this year, no matter what results they have had. 

“When coming to college, school leavers have the opportunity to work towards practical, work-related, vocational courses and qualifications, to provide them with the skills and experience in demand by employers.  For those wishing to go to university, we offer a range of Level 3 qualifications and A Level subjects, which will enable them to progress to Higher Education.”

The events will from 10am-6pm on August 22nd, 10am-3pm on August 23rd and 10am-7pm on August 27th and 28th.

Anybody who has received a conditional offer from the college, based on GCSE grades, is asked to attend the event with their results.

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