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Waltham Forest College encourages school leavers and adult learners to attend open day

The Walthamstow college will open its doors on 27th January

Credit: Chloe Hash/Waltham Forest College

Waltham Forest College is to open its doors for a taster day for school leavers and adult learners on 27th January.

The Walthamstow college offers a range of vocational, T Level, A Level, GCSE, Apprenticeship, Higher Education, Access and part-time courses.

The college says that its A Level programmes are designed to ensure that students are paired with professionals working in fields related to their intended destination. The subjects currently on offer at the college are Biology, Chemistry, Economics, English Literature, Government and Politics, Mathematics, Psychology, Sociology, and Physics.

The A Level course offers more contact time than is standard including small group seminar sessions, as well as mentoring from “relevant, industry related professionals”. A Level students are also promised targeted work experience programmes and enrichment programmes that are designed to help them with employment.


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Waltham Forest College said: “These Open Events provide the perfect opportunity for you to take a tour, talk to tutors, get course, support and career information, take part in fun activities and even apply for a course. Whether you’re just looking to see what the options are or you’re keen to find out more about a specific course and what it can offer you, this event is not one you’ll want to miss.”

You can find out more about Waltham Forest College here and register for the January Open Event here


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