North East Scotland College’s popular Open Evening returns on Thursday, March 2 at Fraserburgh Campus.
Once again the event has attracted support from employers in the region who will be promoting careers and job opportunities in their particular fields.
Also on hand will be College lecturers who will discuss course options on an individual basis.
The event will be open from 4 to 7pm and is ideal for school leavers, parents and anyone considering a change of career.
John Davidson, Vice Principal Learning and Quality commented: “This evening is a touchstone for anyone thinking about their next move – whether college, university or employment. The College is grateful for the ongoing support from businesses in the North East.
“Representatives from a wide range of sectors will be attending including accountancy, brewing, care, construction, energy, manufacturing, maritime, plumbing and uniformed services.”
College staff will be available to offer advice and discuss the options available to support career aspirations across full and part-time courses, flexible home study options and modern apprenticeships.
The College’s Student Services team will also be available to answer questions.
Exhibitors attending the event to date include: Aberdeen Foyer; Aberdeenshire Council; Aberdeenshire Council (Creative Industries); Army; Barratt Homes; BrewDog UK; Construction Industry Training Board; Clyde Marine Training; Cornerstone; EnerMech Ltd; Genesis Personnel; Gray & Adams Limited; Halliburton; Hiretech Limited; Johnston Carmichael; Morrison Construction; NHS Grampian; Police Scotland; Project SEARCH; RAF; Real Life Options; Robert Gordon University; Royal Navy/Royal Marines; Schlumberger; Score Group Plc; Scotia Homes Ltd; Scottish Maritime Academy; Scottish Prison Service - HMP-YOI Grampian; Shell UK Limited (Engineering Scheme); Skills Development Scotland (SDS); SNIPEF; Student Awards Agency Scotland (SAAS); Surelift; and the University of Aberdeen.
For more information and for an up to date exhibitor listing go online at www.nescol.ac.uk
Alternatively call 01346 586138.
No pre-registration is required.