GCSE Results Open Day

Dartford and Gravesend Campus | 25th August 2017

GCSE Results Open Day

Friday 25th August 2017 10am-4pm

Dartford or Gravesend Campus

Still undecided what to do this September?

GET SORTED with our GCSE RESULTS day on Friday, 25th August from 10 am – 4 pm  at both our Gravesend and Dartford Campuses.

Places are still available for full time Further Education courses, just drop in and find out more.

Once you have received your results on Thursday 24th August, if you have got any queries just give us a call on 01322 629400, and we are here to help.

Please note interviews will NOT be taking place on the day, but visitors will be booking interview slots with the curriculum team here on the day. So please keep the following week free for your interview!

There’s no need to pre-register for the Open Day, just pop in any time between 10-4pm and make sure you visit the right campus! 

Based at our Gravesend Campus

Business and Computing

Business and Finance
Computing and iMedia
Apprenticeships in AAT Accounting & Business Administration

Construction and Engineering

Construction
Multi-trades
Painting & Decorating
Electrical 
Engineering
Motor Vehicle
Plumbing
Brickwork
CAD
Maritime
Apprenticeships in all construction & Engineering trades

Service Industries

Hairdressing 
Child Care
Hospitality and Catering
Public Services

Based at our Dartford Campus

Arts & Creative Industries

Acting and Physical Theatre
Art and Design
Backstage and Production Arts
Creative Media
Dance and Musical Theatre
Fashion
Motion Graphics and Animation
Music Performance and Technology
Photography

Business and Computing

Business and Finance
Computing and iMedia
Legal & Office Support
Apprenticeships in AAT Accounting & Business Administration

Service Industries

Beauty Therapy 
Child Care
Hairdressing Level 1 and 2 ONLY
Health Care

Sport and Leisure

Public Services 
Sport  
Travel and Tourism

We look forward to seeing you on Friday 25th AUGUST where you can GET SORTED with NORTH KENT COLLEGE.

Why vocational courses rather than A Levels?

Vocational courses differ to A Levels as they give you the skills employers need so that you can start work at 18 or you can still progress to university with a level 3 course if you want to. We have commercial standard facilities and tutors who specialise in and have worked in their industry, so you’ll learn in a real working environment, from tutors with proven track records and industry connections. 

Apprenticeships

If you are interested in an Apprenticeship then we can discuss this on the day, but you can take a look at the Government site for Apprenticeships here.

This event is solely for students (and their parents/carers) looking to apply for September 2017 who haven’t yet done so. 

 
Check our Getting to College page to plan your journey and to find us.
 

 

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