Posted: Tue 4th Nov 2014

Open Evenings at Coleg Cambria for prospective students this month

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Nov 4th, 2014

Coleg Cambria will be holding a series of Open Evenings over the coming weeks providing prospective students with advice to help them make the right choices for their future.

Staff will be on hand to offer expert guidance and information on a wide range of courses starting in September 2015.

Potential learners will have the opportunity to explore Coleg Cambria’s outstanding facilities as well as attend workshops and demonstrations to help them decide their direction after GCSE study.

Coleg Cambria Principal and Chief Executive David Jones said:

“We look forward to meeting prospective students and their parents and can guarantee they will find a friendly welcome and plenty of expertise and advice to hand.

“Open evenings offer an excellent opportunity to visit Coleg Cambria and gather information to help learners make the right decisions about their future.”

Course guidance, student support information and careers advisors will be on hand to help students choose from the wonderful array of opportunities offered by the college.

Current Cambria students will also be available to show visitors around the college’s six sites as well as offering an useful insight into college life

For the first time this year prospective students can pre-register their attendance on www.cambriaold.ac.uk with a chance to win an iPad Air with the winner being picked at random from those who register and also attend an open evening.

Opening times for each site are as follows:

DEESIDE / WEDNESDAY 12TH November / 5.00PM – 8.00PM
YALE, BERSHAM ROAD, WREXHAM TRAINING / THURSDAY 13TH November / 5.00PM – 8.00PM
LLYSFASI / WEDNESDAY 19TH November / 5.00PM – 7.00PM
NORTHOP / THURSDAY 20TH November / 5.00PM – 7.00PM

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