New adult courses at NULC from September
2nd July 2015
Adults who want to find out more about the range of brand new courses at Newcastle-under-Lyme College (NULC) can now pick-up the newly designed NULC Courses.
From September there will be a selection of new courses aimed at adults including a Foundation Degree in Children, Young People and Communities and also a Higher National Diploma in Performing Arts.
The new term will also see the addition of a new, part-time CILEx (The Chartered Institute of Legal Executives) accredited law course aimed at those wishing to pursue a career as a Chartered Legal Executive Lawyer.
Adults who are not looking to change careers but are interested in learning something new could choose from a range of creative art-based subjects such as photography or try learning a new language such asFrench or Spanish.
Carol Thomas, Director of Curriculum and Performance at the College, said: “We are pleased to be offering a selection of brand new courses this September, including the new Level 3 law course which offers potential students an alternative route into becoming a practising lawyer, rather than choosing the traditional university pathway.
“Regardless of your age or academic level, there is a course for you here at the College and we have a range of financial support packages available to help.
“The state-of-the-art campus has a wide range of facilities especially designed for adults including a dedicated University Centre and areas to relax in including a Starbucks coffee shop and Transform Hair and Beauty Salon.
Those who want to find out more about the different courses on offer or want to talk to someone about returning to education can come along to the College’s Adult Advice Event on Thursday 3rd September between 2pm and 8pm.
Here potential students can find out more about funding and speak directly to experienced tutors about their chosen course. Those who already know which course they want to start in September will also be able to enrol at the event.
The new A4 colour NULC Courses magazine, formally known as NULC News, has changed from a newspaper into a glossy magazine and is available to pick-up from supermarkets across Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire.
Anyone considering learning a new skill or changing career paths can find out more information such as what financial support is available, how to apply and when courses start.
To see the full list of new courses starting from September 2015 please visit www.nulc.ac.uk/courses.