Prospective students urged to focus on future

PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS RI Farm
PLAN AHEAD: Mollie Richardson, Student Governor at South Eastern Regional College, encourages students to focus on their future careers by planning ahead.

SOUTH Eastern Regional College (SERC) is online and open for business and that includes welcoming hundreds of prospective students and their parents to its virtual open days full-time courses starting in September at Bangor, Downpatrick, Lisburn and Newtownards campuses.

Open days will take the format of webinars from 10am-4pm, on Wednesday, May 27 until Thursday, June 4, with dedicated teams online ready to meet those progressing to higher education, further education, apprenticeships and training programmes.

Potential students should register to attend online webinars by visiting serc.ac.uk

On the day they will meet course teams, hear about the specific courses, and have the opportunity to take part in private live chats with lecturing staff.

Mollie Richardson, SERC Student Governor, who is studying Level 3 Media, said: “It’s time for students to focus on their future. The past few weeks have been challenging, but here at SERC the support from everyone has been fantastic, from ensuring our courses are running to timetable online, to finding new and creative ways to deliver classes to ensure learning and assessment continues.”

SERC offers courses from Level 1 through to Level 6 covering subjects from health and social care to animal care, applied science to manufacturing engineering, public services to food and beverage service, IT to music technology.

Visit www.serc.ac.uk and follow the links for the virtual open day for more information.

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