A local college is giving students a chance to take a look at their facilities and find out about the options for their future.
The West Hertfordshire College campus based in Hemel Hempstead will be hosting its first on-campus open evening of the year.
Students will get a chance to discover their options, explore the Hemel Hempstead campus and facilities and speak to expert tutors and support staff on Wednesday 30 June between 5pm – 7pm.
The event is the first time the college’s new construction and engineering building has been open to visitors. The new facility opened to students last autumn and adds to the main campus building opened in 2018.
Visitors will be able to hear from the tutors, meet one-to-one and find out all the information you need to know about the wide range of courses on offer at college.
As well as construction and engineering, students at the Hemel Hempstead campus can choose to study computing, travel, business, social care, science, media, gaming and more.
Discover how West Herts College can help school leavers to reach their ambitions. Students will complete their studies career-ready, reaching industry standards and qualified to access higher education or an apprenticeship.
The event will take place in line with the latest Government guidance. Covid-secure controls remain in place on campus and capacity is strictly limited.
Pre-booking is essential, visitors are invited to book a time slot for their visit and attend with no more than one guest.
For more information on the controls in place on campus and to book your place click here.