Experience Reaseheath at our Course Open Event

Your Day, Your Way!

If you are thinking of joining us in September 2022 and would like to find out about Reaseheath, come to our upcoming Course Open Event!

Enjoy a tour of your chosen course area, chat to our friendly support teams and have all your questions answered about joining us at Reaseheath.

All you need to do is select the course areas to you wish to visit at 10.30am and/or 12.30pm (you can choose up to 2, pre-booking is essential) then enjoy the drop-in sessions in between talks. These include Meet the Principal, Accommodation or Apprenticeships.

Throughout the rest of the day we will have support areas on hand to answer your questions.

Please view the schedule below. Once you’ve planned your day, follow the link to Eventbrite to register.

If you are interested in a floristry course, please book onto the taster session here.

  • Please note

    To keep visitors and staff safe we have limited numbers on all subject talks. If the subject area you are interested in attending is greyed out this means that we have reached our capacity and cannot accept anymore bookings for that area. Please do not book an area you are not interested in as this only will prevent others who are interested in that area being able to book, unfortunately you won’t be able to change to another area on the day. Instead, please book onto our November event. Thank you.

Schedule:

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You will need to choose one from the following:

  • Adventure Sports
  • Agriculture
  • Animal Management
  • Bakery and Patisserie
  • Business, Events and Tourism
  • Construction Trades
  • Countryside (Aquatics Ecosystems, Game Management, Forestry and Arboriculture, Environmental Conservation)
  • Entry and Foundation
  • Equine
  • Floristry – click here to book a taster session
  • Motor Vehicle
  • Public Services
  • Sport (Personal Training, Exercise Science, Coaching and Development)
  • Veterinary Nursing

You will need to choose one from the following:

  • Animal Management

You will need to choose one from the following:

  • Adventure Sports
  • Agricultural Engineering
  • Agriculture
  • Animal Management
  • Bakery and Patisserie
  • Business, Events and Tourism
  • Construction and the Built Environment
  • Countryside (Aquatics Ecosystems, Game Management, Forestry and Arboriculture, Environmental Conservation)
  • Equine
  • Food Technology
  • Horticulture
  • Public Services
  • Sport (Personal Training, Exercise Science, Coaching and Development)
  • Veterinary Nursing

Available on the day, no need to book:

12 noon

  • T Levels
  • Accommodation

12.30pm

  • Apprenticeships
  • Meet the Principal

1.00pm

  • T Levels
  • Entry and Foundation

1.30pm

  • Apprenticeships
  • Meet the Principal

2.00pm

  • Accommodation

Available throughout the day:

  • Learning Support
  • Student Finance
  • Work Placements
  • Maths and English
  • Transport
  • Accommodation

11am – talk in the Lecture Theatre with programme leader Jan, followed by a tour of course areas.

After this, students are free to speak with Jan on a 1:1 basis or visit other support areas available.

When registering, please select the following:

Q – Which talk would you like to attend at 10.30am?
A – 14 – 16 programme talk and tour (11am)

Q – Which talk would you like to attend at 12.30pm?
A – I am only attending a talk at 10.30am

Important Information

For subject area talks starting at 10.30am, we recommend you arrive by 10.15am at the latest to allow you enough time to get to your area.

For subject area talks starting at 11.30am, we recommend you arrive by 11.15am at the latest to allow you enough time to get to your area.

For subject area talks starting at 12.30pm, please allow enough time beforehand to see the support areas. Please consult the timetable to plan your visit.

In order to keep everyone safe, you will only be able to visit the subject area/s you have registered for. Prospective students will only be able to bring a maximum of two guests each.

We strongly encourage all visitors to take a lateral flow test in the morning before attending this event. You must only attend if the result is negative.

When on campus face coverings are optional, however there may be times during the day where you are in close contact with others and in these instances, you may be asked to wear a face covering.

For detailed instructions on how to get to Reaseheath, visit the ‘How to find Reaseheath’ webpage.

Can’t make this event?

You can also visit us on:

  • Saturday 12th February
  • Saturday 26th March