Thought this was useful guidance by the Tees Valley Careers.
With all the uncertainty surrounding education provision due to COVID-19, we wanted to get in touch to reassure you and your students that courses are still going ahead in September and that places are still available.
More than this, we have introduced two new courses for September. The first is an ‘Introduction to Engineering’ course, which is designed for students whose final grades might not be what they expected, or those who will need additional support while studying to resit their GCSE Maths and English.
The second is an Electrical Installation course, offered in response to the demand from students wishing to become electricians in the future. This exciting and practical course will give them the foundations for a career in the sector.
Find out about these new courses and more below. If you have any questions please contact our School Liaison team via firstname.lastname@example.org or get in touch with SWDT directly via email@example.com
Live sessions for pupils who have not signed up for college and want more information.
Wednesday 17th June 2pm https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Mg2heALMQOmsM6vMuK1AHQ
Monday 29th June 11am:
Wednesday 1st July 2pm
If you are interested in a job in helping people. The I see the difference team are hosting their first ever free webinar series on Careers Allied Health. #WeAreLongfield
NEW – VIRTUAL BRIDGING
BRIDGING WEEK – this will be in the week beginning Monday 29th June.
All Year 11 students who have applied can find full details here
Please find below the link which students can use to sign up to our Hair, Beauty and Make Up Media live session. These sessions are for current applicants who have applied to the courses to meet the tutors and find out more and for any other Year 11 that may benefit from watching the webinar.
Please see attached details for up and coming virtual events at East Durham College,