Why choose vocational education?

Learners at South & City College talk about why vocational is the best route for them

21 August 2014 / Be the first to comment

A-level and GCSE results are finally out, and hopefully you got what you wanted. No matter what your results were, there are plenty of options ahead of you.  For instance, you could do a vocational course and learn the skills that employers want.

That's what these three young people from South & City College chose to do. Find out why in this video.

Find out more about courses available in construction and building services.

Considering an apprenticeship? Have a look at our infographic to find out if it's the route for you.

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