Open Day welcomes students at Enfield Centre
The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London welcomed hundreds of visitors during Open Day at the Enfield Centre Tuesday afternoon.
Potential students came to explore the College and find out more about the variety of courses on offer. Goody bags, free mini manicures (provided by Beauty Therapy students) and site tours were also highlights of the day.
One particular visitor, Paraic Cloherty, attended Open Day to find out about courses in ICT.
Currently in sixth form at St Ignatius College, Paraic came along with his mother Sheila who also studied Business and Administration at the College.
“I want to become a computer programmer,” he said. “I have some friends that are studying at the College and my sister is also doing Access to Nursing.”
Sheila Cloherty joked that it had become a bit of a family affair.
Another visitor through the doors at the Enfield Centre was Sara. She said she was interested in finding out about Health and Social Care courses.
“It’s great because the College is just around the corner from where I live. I want to get back into study. I like caring for people so I’m thinking of studying social care,” she said.
For those who missed out on attending, there will be more Open Days held on May 1 at the Tottenham Centre and May 12 at the Enfield Centre.
- Last Updated: 25 February 2010