The Access to HE Information Day on Wednesday 12 June is the brain-child of EU funded project Access to Higher Level Skills and the Access to HE department at Truro and Penwith College.
Available in a broad range of subjects, one-year Access to Higher Education courses provide learners who have been out of education for a time with excellent study skills in their chosen area and qualifications for progression onto university courses.
Access to Science alumnus Amy Hambly-Symons is now a qualified Dental Hygiene Therapist working in Truro.
I cannot praise the Access to Science course enough, it was really confidence building but also really helped with my degree because everything that it covered was very relevant to what I did at university. I learned referencing, presenting, writing and laboratory skills.
Truro and Penwith College offers the following courses:
- Medical Careers
- Sport Science
- Computing and IT
- Nursing and Human Sciences
- Psychology and Social Work
- Teaching and Law
- Art & Design
- Creative Media & Photography
Proving that you can return to education at any age, Access to Creative Media and Photography student Steve Kay, who enrolled on to the course at 64 years old, said: "Although I didn't have any qualifications, I had life experience so I managed to get onto the course and I have loved every single minute of it and I have really developed my photography skills."
For those who are interested in taking part in the Access to Higher Education Information Day in June, book a place by heading to www.truro-penwith.ac.uk/higherlevelskills.