College Open Events
One of the best ways to find out what life as a Runshaw student is like is to come to an Open Event. We hold these events throughout the year. They are a great opportunity to meet the staff who will teach you, talk with current students and to explore our beautiful campuses.
Runshaw Sixth Form College Open Events
Runshaw College hosts three Open Events a year, with great fun activities and experiences at each one! We also host a special daytime, Saturday Open Day in September too. These events are held at our Leyland Campus. Our Open Events are a great opportunity to meet staff and current students, explore our campus and get advice about A Levels, Vocational courses and Apprenticeships.
Our last Open Event of the academic year is on Wednesday 27 February 2019 4.00pm – 8.00pm
Runshaw Adult College Open Events
Come along to our Open Event and find out more about our Apprenticeships, Further Adult Education and University Courses! Learn about our compact timetables, our lower tuition fees, our one-to-one learning support and how 97% of our graduates go on to further education or employment within six months of completing their course with us!
Our next Open Event is on Wednesday 20th March 2019 4.00pm – 7.00pm
Apprenticeships – study work-related qualifications whilst gaining practical skills from the workplace and earning a wage.
- Business and Administration
- Customer Service
- Health and Social Care
- Housing/Property Management
- Infrastructure Technician
- Network Engineering
- Digital Marketing
- Laboratory Technician
- Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools
- Team Leading/Supervising
University Courses – enhance your career prospects by studying a prestigious University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) degree at Runshaw College.
- Community Leadership
- Community & Social Care
- Criminology & Criminal Justice
- Psychology and Criminology
- Medical Sciences
Access to Higher Education (HE) courses – These courses prepare you for university and can be your passport to an entirely new career.
- Childhood Studies
- Health Science and Wellbeing
- Health & Social Care/Nursing and Midwifery
- Social Sciences
- Policing & Criminal Justice
Adult Education or Business courses
- AAT Accounting
- PGCE Certificate in Education
- GCSE Biology
- FREE GCSE Maths & English*
*Free if you don’t currently hold A*-C or equivalent