Cornwall College St Austell is throwing open its doors to the public for the first of a series of four open events in the coming months.
The college has been providing both vocational, A-level and apprenticeship provision for St Austell and its wider business community for the last 25 years, half of those years while at John Keay House.
Head of St Austell Campus Chris Taylor explained that the College is an “integral cog” to the area for providing training and education.
“It’s not just the young people in our community that we serve, we also work with adults looking to retrain, up-skill for their careers or follow an Access course to apply for a degree,” he continued.
Education and training are constantly evolving sectors and it is important to adapt, which is why college staff are excited to be planning the next phase of Cornwall College St Austell, Chris asserted.
“There is plenty to look forward to; it’s very rewarding to be working on how the College will continue to meet and excel in the training and educational needs of our community.”
The College is to all prospective students, of all ages, and their families on Tuesday 16th October between 5pm and 7.30pm, so they can explore the campus and ask questions about their career options.
Friendly and knowledgeable advisors will be on hand to offer insight into all aspects of college life including courses, study programmes, transport and learning support.
“We’re proud to be St Austell’s local college and we’re looking forward to welcoming potential students and their families to our excellent campus,” Chris added.
For more information on the range of courses available at Cornwall College St Austell visit www.cornwall.ac.uk/campus/st-austell or call 0330 123 2523