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ind out what the newly merged Bath College can offer you with its increased range of full-time, part-time, university level and professional courses.

The College is opening the doors of its Somer Valley Campus for the first time to show prospective students how they can achieve their goals through study.

All are welcome at the Open Evening at the College on Wells Road, Westfield, on Thursday, May 14th from 5pm to 8pm.

It is the ideal opportunity for people to take a tour around the former Norton Radstock College and to see the fantastic facilities.

Somer Valley staff are committed to preparing students for a growing range of exciting careers in the great outdoors. Courses include Animal Care, Aboriculture, Horticulture, Equine Care and Veterinary Nursing.

The long-term focus for the campus is to meet the demands of the local labour market through vocational training, including manufacturing, engineering and construction.

The Open Evening will feature a range of taster activities and visitors will be able to talk to teachers and careers advisors about learning and progression opportunities.

Current students will also be on hand to answer questions and talk about how the college has helped them.

Principal Matt Atkinson said: “This is our first Open Evening at Somer Valley and we invite everyone to come along.

“We want to show you what Bath College can offer you and where gaining new skills could take you.

“It’s a great opportunity to learn more about the courses we offer and to get a real feel for College life.

“As a College, we remain focused on making students work-ready by providing education and training to meet the needs of the region.”

A bigger and better Bath College was launched last month with the merger of Bath College and Norton Radstock College.

The College now provides vocational and educational training for more than 3,000 full-time students and around 10,000 part-time students across the broadest range of subjects.

Find out more at the Somer Valley Campus Open Evening on Thursday May 14th, from 5pm to 8pm.

Pre-register for the Open Evening online at
www.www.bathcollege.ac.uk or call 01225 312191 for more information.

Bath College’s City Centre Campus will have its own Open Evening on Thursday June 11th from 4pm to 7pm.

WEB SV Animal Care students

 Pictured above: Animal Care students currently studying at Bath College’s Somer Valley Campus; Katie Hell,18, and Maisie Vanmeir, 18.

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