Open Day Saturday 9 March 10am - 2pm
Dudley College is opening its doors to prospective students on Saturday 9 March from 10am - 2pm. For anyone leaving school this summer the Open Day is a perfect opportunity to visit our Learning Quarter based in the centre of Dudley offering learners from across the borough access to unrivalled new facilities and skills development opportunities.
Visitors will be able to have a look at the state-of-the-art learning environments with the latest technology, easy-to-access resources to support study, and lively, modern places for students to relax during their free lesson time, including the new sports hall, fitness suite, theatre and hair and beauty salon in Evolve.
The college offers a wide range and work-related courses at different levels, so whatever your grades, we'll have something to suit you. You can also find out about Apprenticeships which give you the opportunity to study for a qualification whilst working and earning.
With lots of demos and opportunities to try out visitors will be able to have a go and try their hand at many of the trades they offer courses in.
If you are looking to study A levels, then the new Dudley Sixth on Ednam Road will also be open. Dudley Sixth has an unashamed focus on academic excellence by offering over thirty-five AS and A2 levels in a range of different subjects, from maths to media, languages to law and sports to science, backed up by outstanding support and teaching. Students studying at Dudley Sixth will also have access to the sport resources, theatre and other facilities housed within Dudley Learning Quarter, the new campus area in the centre of the town.
Bob Chapman, Director of Learning at the college said: "Our Open Days are always popular as they are a great way of finding out first hand what's on offer at the college. I'd encourage anyone who's considering their options to call in on Saturday and find out what vocational training and A levels we offer. The Open Day is very informal and parents, family and friends are more than welcome to come along."