Would You Be Better Off At SERC?

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On Wednesday 14 November, South Eastern Regional College (SERC) Bangor, Downpatrick, Lisburn and Newtownards Campuses will host their annual Further Education Open Evening from 4pm-7pm.

The event is an important part of SERC’s calendar as it allows prospective students and their parents to learn more about what the College has to offer.

The event will offer prospective students and visitors the chance to learn about the wide range of FE course available at the college as well as the opportunity to speak to expert lecturers and learn about different funding options.

SERC’s award-winning in-house careers advisors will also be available for students who are undecided about what direction is right for them or unsure about what courses to consider

Ken Webb, SERC Principal and Chief Executive, said: “Open Day provides a great opportunity to welcome prospective students to the College and is a valuable opportunity for staff and students to meet and discuss their options one to one. It is designed to give school-leavers looking to further their career prospects a valuable opportunity to see for themselves what they can achieve in their careers and the high-quality skills training SERC can provide to help them realise their ambitions.”

The event is designed to showcase the opportunities offered by the College and to open students’ minds to the huge variety of career possibilities their futures hold. As well as finding out about what courses are available, looking round the facilities and meeting lecturers, visitors will learn why they could be Better Off at SERC.

SERC offer a wide range of FE courses ranging from Level 1 – Level 3 in health and social care to manufacturing engineering.

To find out more on the courses offered please visit:

www.serc.ac.uk 

and come along to one of the campuses on the 14 November for more information and start your journey to your dream career at SERC.

Applications for full-time courses are now open and students can apply online at apply.serc.ac.uk.

Further information is available online at www.serc.ac.uk.