West Lothian College to hold on campus Open Day
West Lothian College will be holding its first on-campus open day in more than two years this month.
The Open Day will take place between 1pm and 6pm on Wednesday 27 April and is an excellent opportunity for people of all ages, including secondary school pupils and local people, who want to find out more about the many courses and qualifications on offer at West Lothian College.
Those attending will be able to tour campus facilities, watch demonstrations, speak to lecturers, find out what funding and support is available, and get help with making an application.
The college has hundreds of education and skills opportunities for anyone thinking about the next steps in their career. Courses range from cyber security, business and construction through to professional cookery, health and social care and engineering.
Jackie Galbraith, Principal at West Lothian College said:
“Taking part in a course and studying a qualification at West Lothian College will help you create the future you want. You will develop skills that will help you get a job, apprenticeship or even a university place. Choosing the right course can be hard and that’s why we are having our Open Day on 27 April. Come along, talk to us about what you might want to study, and find out how we can help you achieve your goals.”
Whether you have already applied for a course, are still thinking about what course to do, or unsure if you want to study full-time or part-time, our Open Day is for you.
No registration is required for this event - just turn up on the day!