You can still get Sorted for September!
We are holding a drop-in enrolment event this Saturday at both of our campuses in Maidstone and Gillingham, Medway, from 10am-2pm.
If you didn't receive the results you hoped, or have changed your mind on your current course, then please visit us - we're here to help!
Principal Simon Cook said “We always notice a number of young people who have still not decided what they want to do at 16.
“We also see a number who have chosen to stay on at school, but then realise it may not be the best choice for them, so we are holding this day to allow all of those, and others, to come along and talk to us.
“Our feedback from prospective students and their families in September last year was that they would like the opportunity to visit the College to enrol on a Saturday in September.
“This event will provide those who are uncertain of their local study options, or need to swap from their current choice, the ability to apply and enrol for a programme or apprenticeship on the day.
“We are keen that all young people are #SortedforSeptember, in an education option that is appropriate for their long term employment or education aims.
“Prospective students will be able to apply and enrol on the day for a programme to start this September.
“Our experienced staff will be able to provide our visitors with in-depth knowledge about the programmes and apprenticeships on offer.”
MidKent College have got a range of places available on a number of technical and professional qualifications, including Beauty Therapy, Painting & Decorating, Health & Childcare, Applied Science, Carpentry and Sport, and ESOL.
Simon adds: “We’ll also have staff available to discuss more about industry placements, English and maths provision, and for those who need support while they’re studying.
“We still have places available on some study programmes and apprenticeships to start this September.
“Students will need to have enrolled by the first week of October in order to start with us this term.
“We are Medway and Maidstone’s local College offering a wide range of technical and professional study programmes and apprenticeships.
“We have a wide range of support services too for our students, and strive to ensure that all of our students leave a well-rounded individuals, not only in their chosen programme, but with improved confidence and transferable skills.
Students are advised to bring any results slips they may have with them and if possible apply for the programme they are interested in before the session in order to fast-track the process on the day. If not, staff will be on-hand to talk through options.