Winsor Education is an established educational institute based in Birmingham which offers courses from English Language to Government funded courses.
Corey joined SCCB after school to pursue his interest in media and help kick-start his career in the industry while gaining skills and valuable experience.
Trey completed his level 2 in hairdressing after school. After a break working in a different industry he realised that hairdressing was his passion and came to South and City College to do his level 3.
Melissa Collins is the UK PR Manager for womenswear at River Island – a high street retailer well known for its stylish, affordable fashion. River Island has over 350 stores across the UK, Ireland and internationally throughout Asia, the Middle East and Europe.
Melissa is responsible for ensuring that River Island develop and present a consistent brand identity and image to the press. The media then feed this image through to the consumer via magazines, newspapers, TV/radio and online sites. Melissa works with a team of seven who are constantly liaising with, bloggers, journalists, stylists and presenters, whether it’s by sending samples or selling-in news stories.
Mangum is currently taking part in a painting and decorating level 1 course and aims to progress onto 2 and 3. He has had many opportunities even acting as health and safety manager while refurbishing the Handsworth Campus. Continue reading
Samandi is a brickwork student who recently went on a two week work placement with Fairhurst Ward Abbotts at their Newman Brothers Coffin Works project as a brick layer.
Starts: Monday 24 August 2015
Ends: Friday 18 September 2015
South & City College Birmingham’s main enrolment will be open from August 24th 2015, if you have made an application in the past two weeks we advise that you attend one of these dates to be enrolled on to the course that you have applied for. You should attend enrolment at the campus your course is running at, this information should have been made clear to you on application but if you’re unsure which campus to attend on enrolment you can visit our campuses page by clicking here, you’ll find a list of course areas that are run at each campus.
|Tuesday 1 September 2015||10am – 7pm||All campuses|
|Wednesday 2 September 2015||10am – 7pm||All campuses|
|Thursday 3 September 2015||10am – 7pm||All campuses|
|Friday 4 September 2015||10am – 4pm||All campuses|
|Saturday 5 September 2015||10am – 1pm||All campuses|
|Monday 7 September 2015||10am – 7pm||All campuses|
|Tuesday 8 September 2015||10am – 7pm||All campuses|
|Wednesday 9 September 2015||10am – 7pm||All campuses|
|Thursday 10 September 2015||10am – 7pm||All campuses|
|Friday 11 September 2015||10am – 4pm||All campuses|
|Monday 14 September 2015||10am – 6pm||All campuses|
|Tuesday 15 September 2015||10am – 6pm||All campuses|
|Wednesday 16 September 2015||10am – 6pm||All campuses|
|Thursday 17 September 2015||10am – 6pm||All campuses|
|Friday 18 September 2015||10am – 4pm||All campuses|
Main Enrolment – Campuses
You can still apply online for a course, if you make an application on our website then we advise you come along to enrolment on one of the days listed above.
If you’ve got any queries then don’t hesitate to get in touch with us, you can call us on 0800 111 6311 or email us email@example.com
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Birmingham is developing – but are you?
Over the past few years the region has gone through and will continue to make a number of changes in order to grow into be one of the leading cities in the UK.
Here are some examples of how Birmingham is changing: