WHILE the academic year may have just begun, preparations are already under way for 2019/20 with the launch of Moulton College's new Further Education prospectus for post-16 students.
The prospectus outlines Moulton's full-time offer for courses starting in September 2019, with detailed information across all subject areas including animal welfare, construction, equine, food and drink, land-based studies, sport and supported Learning for students with additional needs.
A digital version of the prospectus can be downloaded from www.moulton.ac.uk/full-time, where there will also be the option to request a hard copy version to be sent through the post.
Meanwhile, October is another busy month for part-time courses taking place over evenings or weekends at the college.
Moulton works alongside awarding bodies such as BASIS, The Chartered Institute of Building and the Royal Horticultural Society to provide recognised industry-standard qualifications on many part-time courses. The college also offers short legislative and competency courses to boost skills and expertise, as well as bespoke courses for businesses.
Popular part-time courses running this October include IOSH Managing Safely, a three-day course from 16-18 October for supervisors and managers to get up to speed on the practical actions they need to take to manage health and safety in their teams, as well as Basic Tree Surveying on Tuesday 23 October, a qualification designed for employees of arboriculture contractors and landscapers.
Part-time courses at Moulton College can be a great opportunity to pick up a new skill, or indulge a hobby. New owners of horses can enrol on a six-evening course focused on how to care for them, while food fans can experience with some exciting new flavours on a one-day jam and chutney making course.
For the full list of part-time courses at Moulton College, and to make an application, visit www.moulton.ac.uk/part-time
Potential students interested in either post-16, part-time or university-level studies at Moulton College are invited to attend the first Open Event of the new academic year on Saturday, 13 October. Taking place from 8.30am to noon, the event provides an opportunity to take a look around the facilities, speak to lecturers and support staff across all subject areas and make an application.