CONEL is holding an Open Day on Wednesday 7 November between 4pm and 8pm and it?s open to prospective students of all ages.
Anyone who is considering taking a career-focused course can find out about different industries from professionals who are leading names in their field.
Kiss FM DJ Logan Sama will be on hand to talk about radio production, while those interested in video production can speak to Mo, who directs Lethal B's videos. DJ Target, a member of RollDeep and also a BBC 1Xtra producer, will give prospective students a picture of a career as a sound engineer, which has led into other fields.
Would-be fashionistas can get the low-down on the industry from top designer of Puma trainers, Barry Brown. Make-up artist, Mel Arter of the Sunday Times Style Magazine, who works with top photographers on style magazine shoots and commercials, will tell prospective students about what they can learn - and how high they can fly - by following a similar career. Gary McCann is a former championship basketball player, who now has a successful career as a youth coach. He'll be talking to people who are interested in taking one of CONEL's many sport courses.
At CONEL, we offer a huge range of courses that lead directly into rewarding careers, including sound engineering, radio production, video production, make-up and fashion.
The Make it Happen open day provides a very practical snapshot of what it is like to study at CONEL, where 92 per cent of CONEL students successfully achieve their qualifications.
Open day organiser, Natasha Miller, said, Anyone who is thinking of studying for a career-related course can come along to discover what types of things they would do and learn at CONEL - and hear about it all from people who are very successful in their industries. We are one of the top ten per cent of Further Education colleges and this open day will showcase some of our very popular courses, all of which lead into employment.
- Last Updated: 01 November 2007