There will be something for everyone including face painting and
children's activities, a range of stalls, sporting activities,
workshops, nail art and hair styling, fairground rides, science
demonstrations, 3D printing, as well as handling sessions with
animals from the college's Kirkley Hall Zoological Gardens.
This is the fifth annual family open day at the College's main
campus and in addition to the attractions, visitors are invited to
talk to tutors and student advisors about courses on offer starting
in September, including GCSE resists, A-Level options, degree level
courses and live Apprenticeship job vacancies.
Our help hub team will also be on hand to discuss financial and
learning support that is available.
Potential adult learners can find out about our programme of
part-time and professional courses available to start now including
our free course offer, suitable for those looking to get job ready,
improve career prospects, set up and build a business of learn a
Our leisure learning team will be on hand to discuss our Spring
term Leisure Learning Course offer, that are designed for learners
looking for a course for fun, maybe develop a new hobby, increase
your skills in an area of interest or simply to meet new
The College is also taking applications for September 2018 for
Higher Education courses include HNC Applied Science, Electrical
Engineering and Art, FdA Children's Workforce Practice and
Foundation Degrees at the College' Kirkley Hall campus including
Arboriculture, Equestrian Performance and Coaching and Animal
Higher Education courses at the College's Kirkley Hall campus
include Foundation Degrees in Arboriculture, Animal Management,
Equestrian Performance and Coaching and others.
Those aged 19 or over are eligible to apply for the
Advanced Learner Loan, a government initiative, for those who wish
to study a course at Level 3 or higher. Loans are intended to help
students cover the cost of tuition fees, and there are no
repayments until earnings are over £21,000 per year.
The College has committed to an investment of more than £14m at
its Ashington and Kirkley Hal campuses, this began in 2015 and
includes a new £2.5m STEM Centre that opened in September 2017.
The state-of-the-art centre for science, technology, engineering
and mathematics (STEM) boasts state-of-the-art facilities including
3D printer and scanner, virtual welding machine, industrial robot,
Hydraulic rigs and simulation software and a modular clean room
with Class 10,000 (ISO 7) specification.
For more information please visit www.northumberland.ac.uk
or email firstname.lastname@example.org