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Open Event asks ‘what kind of sixth former do you want to be’?

If you’re leaving school next year, what kind of sixth former do you want to be – a solo subject student, apprentice or an A level learner? Not sure? Then head to BMet’s Open Event on Saturday (20 October).

Year 11 students can explore the college’s sites across Birmingham and the Black Country and come away with their place on a September course.

The event runs from 10am-1pm.

Cliff Hall, Interim Principal at BMet said: “With so many sixth form options out there, it’s important that students choose a course they love and find a learning environment that’s inspirational, fun and supportive. Our colleges offer all kinds of courses in surroundings that bring out the best in everyone.

“Come and explore at our event we’ll show you how you can achieve your goals.”

BMet has a wide range of vocational courses, apprenticeships and A levels covering art and design, sport, construction, travel and tourism, health and social care, uniformed public services as well as business, science, dental, medical, IT, performance arts, animal care and horticulture.
Open Event visitors can also apply for a course on the day, be interviewed and come away with an offer.

The event is running at the following locations:

• Art & Design Centre, Brierley Hill
• Erdington Skills Centre
• James Watt College
• Kidderminster Academy
• Matthew Boulton College
• Stourbridge College
• Sutton Coldfield College
• The Study Centre at Birmingham Botanical Gardens

Register Here

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