Advice and Guidance Sessions for Students Considering Next Steps
South Gloucestershire and Stroud (SGS) College is offering Advice and Guidance sessions to students looking for assistance with their education and career paths.
The ‘Never Too Late’ campaign has been specifically created to help those in need of advice before deciding what to study this September.
This free, impartial service, running from Thursday 24th August, provides assistance on an individual basis with one of the College’s professional advisers. People will receive advice on all aspects of student life including course choice and fees, entry requirements, progression routes and careers. All advice and guidance on offer is available not only to students at SGS College, but also to prospective students and the general public.
The College is still recruiting for courses starting this September with availability in the following course areas at its campuses in Bristol: Access to University, Apprenticeships, full time A Levels & GCSEs, full time vocational courses in Animal Sciences, Art & Design, Business, Childcare, Construction, Games Design, Hair & Beauty, Health & Social Care, IT, Media, Performing Arts, Sport or Travel - As well as HND and Foundation Degree University Level programmes and part time adult courses.
Sara-Jane Watkins, Principal at SGS College, comments: “There is still time to apply for courses at SGS College. Our guidance specialists will help you look at your education and career options to help prepare you for study starting this September. College staff will work tirelessly to help people maximise their potential and achieve their qualification and career targets.”
Drop in Advice & Guidance Sessions at SGS College are running from 24th August, 9am - 4pm, Monday – Friday (not including bank holiday Monday). For further information call: 0800 0567 253 or visit: www.sgscol.ac.uk.