Thinking About What to do When You Leave School? Choose your Future with North Notts College
Whether you aspire to be a Police Officer, Paramedic, Sports Coach, Beauty Therapist or Make-up Artist, Plumber, Software Engineer, Marketing Manager or an Early Years Practitioner, choosing to study at North Notts College is a great first step towards your dream career.
At North Notts College our career-focused courses are taught by industry-experienced tutors who have actually worked in the industry they teach. Our tutors have served in the military, owned salons, ran construction companies and worked in the NHS before turning to teaching and inspiring the next generation.
If reaching your career aims means studying at University our Level 3 courses are equivalent to A-Levels and are worth UCAS points, meaning you can progress to study a range of degree courses when you leave College.
We’ll help you gain valuable work experience, so that you are prepared for what working in your chosen industry is really like. You’ll also have the chance to hear from guest speakers, enjoy visits and work on live projects as part of your course. Our enrichment sessions are designed to boost your CV and provide new experiences as part of your College experience.
Don’t just take our word for it, we’ve got lots of students that have gone on to enjoy successful careers after attending North Notts College. If you’re looking for inspiration take a look at our success stories.
If you’re hands-on and would prefer to dive straight into the world of work when you leave school we offer a range of apprenticeships and have an established network of local employers looking for talented, hardworking and enthusiastic young people just like you. On an apprenticeship you will earn a wage while you learn, you’ll work alongside experienced staff and have a workplace mentor to help you gain the specific skills you’ll need to succeed in your chosen career.
You can talk to our friendly Learner Recruitment Team for more information about college life and the range of support available for students, give us a call on 01909 504500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org