February Open Day at Kensington & Chelsea College
2nd February 2012
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Continuing their excellent track record, and blazing a trail to boot, Kensington & Chelsea College is throwing its doors open and inviting potential students to a special Open Day at its brand new Chelsea Centre in Hortensia Road, SW10. 

So if you are, or anyone who knows you is, thinking about what to do next why not visit them, between 4-7pm on Thursday 9 February?  It will all become clearer.

Whether it’s a career as a music maestro, a stylist to the stars, a high-flying sports coach or an inspiring teacher – Kensington and Chelsea College can help make it happen. 

Guests will have the opportunity to talk directly to tutors, many of whom still work professionally in the industries they teach about and have a large network of contacts that students can tap into.  

Proudly, the College is rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted and offers more than 900 courses that can lead to real jobs and a secure future - which is a pleasant thought in these times. 

More proudly, university-equivalent Higher Education courses are also available at the college, with 2012/13 fees for these courses capped at £5285 per year - this is considerably cheaper than many university fees, which have featured heavily in the news over recent months.  In addition, nearly all students will be eligible to fund this fee from the new subsidised loan scheme.

It also offers apprenticeships in many subject areas, which give students the opportunity to work towards a qualification whilst being paid a real salary.

KCC offers a while range of course in a variety of levels, ranging from Entry to Higher Education.  Choose from Apprenticeships, Visual and Performing Arts, Multimedia, English and Foreign Languages, Health and Social care, Child Care, Construction, Humanities, Business and Management, Sport and Fitness, IT, Hairdressing and Beauty Therapy, Fashion, Millinery and Textiles.  Or start at the very beginning, with Basic Skills in Reading, Writing and Maths - or the 3 Rs, as they used to be called: Reading, 'Riting and 'Rithmatic!


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