Chesterfield College Open Events
Find out what open day events are coming up at Chesterfield College below, including apprenticeship advice evenings, University-Level open days and taster events.
Chesterfield College open evenings give you a chance to: meet your future tutors and ask them any questions you might have about your course; have a look at some examples of work or what you’ll be learning on the course; take a tour of our fantastic facilities – including the onsite Costa Coffee, theatre, gym, salon and restaurant; visit the workshops and classrooms you’ll be learning in; and have a chat with one of the Guidance Officers. Don’t worry if you’re still unsure about what you want to do, they’ll be able to help you work out the best options for you.
Thursday 13th June 2019 4:30pm – 7pm. Register here
Apprenticeship Advice Evenings
The apprenticeship advice evenings are an excellent opportunity for those interested in an apprenticeship, as well as parents/guardians, to come and find out what opportunities are currently available, what’s involved and where these careers can lead. The team will be on hand to answer all your questions about apprenticeships and how you can get involved. More information about apprenticeship advice evenings can be found here.
Wednesday 29th May 2019 5:30pm – 7:30pm. Find out more here
University Level Open Day
Head along to the University-Level Open Day to learn more about the university-level courses and professional qualifications on offer. At Chesterfield College, you can choose to study a HNC, HND, foundation degree or full honours degree in a range of subject areas. They also have numerous professional qualifications and higher apprenticeships on offer. You will have the opportunity to chat with expert tutors and ask them questions, have a look around the new University Centre to get a feel for where you’ll be studying and find out more about the financial support available to you including Student Finance, Advanced Learner Loans and bursary support funds.
Please check back soon.
Taster sessions run through the February and October half term holidays. Tasters are a great way of finding out more about college and the subjects you’re interested in. You can try as many taster sessions as you like to help you to narrow down which course you would like to study. For more information and to book click here.