February Open Day

KCC Open Day 7 February 2013

Discover A New You At Kensington And Chelsea College

Whether you’re inspired to make a change for the New Year, looking to add to your skills or deciding on the right course to help you land your dream job, Kensington and Chelsea College can make it happen. We offer hundreds of courses and our expert staff and tutors are on hand to support you through every stage.

On Thursday February 7 the college is inviting potential students to an Open Day at its Chelsea Centre, Hortensia Road, SW10 0QS. The event takes place 4-7pm.

Guests will have the opportunity to talk directly to tutors, many of whom still work professionally in the industries they teach about and have a large network of contacts that students can utilise.

Everyone attending the Open Day will also have the chance to view an inspiring photographic exhibition called Shooting Stars which celebrates the work of young photographers. The exhibition was first staged at the Royal Albert Hall and has since moved to the college for a second run following its success.

Our talented students will also be on hand to give demonstrations and showcase work at the Open Day, so do drop in to find out more about us and our courses. Each guest also gets a free goody bag and the chance to win an Apple product in a prize draw.

Kensington and Chelsea College is Ofsted rated good for its standard of teaching, and offers a credible alternative route to university with courses leading to real jobs.

We also have a reputation for excellence in subjects including: Art and Design, Fashion, Hair and Beauty, Health and Care, Music, and Multimedia, and recently became an associate college member for The National Skills Academy for Creative & Cultural – a status awarded to only a select number of colleges.

All of our sites are also equipped with a strong network of support services for its students, including assistance in finding and preparing for jobs once learners have completed their course

We also offer apprenticeships in many subject areas, which give students the opportunity to work towards a qualification whilst being paid a real salary.