Whether you’re looking to start training in your chosen career or want to enhance your job prospects, there are plenty of opportunities at The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London (CONEL).
CONEL offers a wide range of apprenticeships, NVQ and BTEC vocational courses and academic courses as an alternative to traditional sixth form study, and will be open for enrolments from Tuesday, August 16.
The College also runs apprenticeships and higher education courses in subjects as diverse as business and accounting, engineering, science, ICT and computing, health and social care, travel and tourism, media and music production, public services and teaching.
This September CONEL will be launching new music production and performance courses and Advanced apprenticeships in engineering.
Each year around 500 students from the College go to university after completing courses and around 60% gain full-time employment with large blue-chip organisations and smaller local businesses in the London area.
For those who may not have got the grades they were hoping for, CONEL also offers starting points at all academic levels and personal support to help you get back on track.
Principal Andy Forbes said: “At CONEL we have a great selection of apprenticeships and courses available at our fully equipped centres in Tottenham and Enfield.
“You’ll learn from expert tutors and will gain real work experience on many of our courses, to give you the skills and knowledge to start your career and improve your future prospects, whether in work or moving on to higher education.”
To find out more call 020 8442 3055 or visit www.conel.ac.uk/enrol.