What’s the difference between vocational qualifications and A Levels? How can I increase my chances of securing an apprenticeship during the pandemic?
Tune in to Warrington & Vale Royal College’s Virtual Open Evening on Thursday 21st January where their expert tutors will be answering all of your important questions and more!
To attend the exclusive event, you must register online in advance at wvr.ac.uk/virtualopenevenings.
Prior to the event, you’ll be sent a link to a hidden portal featuring videos from their industry-experienced staff and showcasing their top facilities. What’s more, at 5.30PM and 6.30PM, their tutors will be going live on Zoom to chat directly with young people and their parents/carers about their next steps and the college’s wide variety of courses.
Wherever your passion may lie, Warrington & Vale Royal College has a course for you. As one of the largest training providers in the North West, the Ofsted ‘Good’ college provides a huge number of vocational qualifications at their large Warrington campus. Subjects include construction, hair and beauty, science, engineering, health & social care, sport, IT, graphic design and much more.
The college also offers a sought after array of apprenticeships, ranging from accountancy to bricklaying, laboratory technician to human resources, and engineering to customer service.
Last year, the top-ranking college for pass rates saw an exceptional demand for a vast number of their courses, with some of them requiring applicants to join waiting lists to enrol. If you are leaving secondary school this year and haven’t already done so, be sure to apply and secure your place for September!
Visit wvr.ac.uk/apply to find out more and to apply.