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Open Day 2010 Success

KCC Open Day Success

Kicking Off Careers at Kensington and Chelsea College!

Residents across West London turned out in force at Kensington and Chelsea College recently to kick start their careers. The college’s Open Day, held at the Hortensia Centre in Hortensia Road attracted a record number of people. More than 160 people turned up to the three hour evening event despite the cold-snap. In addition to getting advice and guidance on the range of courses available at the college, guests were also treated to an exhibition of work created by the college’s art and fashion students.

Sarah Barry, Kensington and Chelsea College Marketing Officer and open day organiser, said: ‘It was one of the biggest turn-outs we’ve had, especially when you think how cold it was. There is a real motivation to learn across the borough. People seem really keen to top up their skills. We even had people enquiring about complete career changes. What made it a truly successful night was the fact we were able to help so many people.’

Kensington and Chelsea College (KCC) has been opening doors to some of the most rewarding, exciting and sought after careers ever since it was established in 1991. Students learn from the best to become the best. And with so many tutors with strong industry connections, learners often have access to career boosting opportunities. There are over 900 courses running at Kensington and Chelsea College ranging from Construction to Hair and Beauty, Art and Fashion to Multimedia, Music, Health and Child Care. So whether it’s for fun, to learn new skills or to change your career, finding the right course has never been easier.

The college is spread over six centres across West London, and is officially rated as a good college by Ofsted. Set in an environment often described as being more like part of a family than a college, every learner is given the support, guidance and attention they need to reach their potential.