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Christmas Concert 2019

Christmas Concert

Tuesday 17 December 2019
Music, song and laughter... a lovely way to celebrate Christmas listening to student musical performances.

Tickets £5 via our online box office.

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Taster Events

Taster Events

Get a better feel for the vocational courses we offer and an idea of what College life is like.

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Pick up a part-time course

Pick up a part-time course

Do you want to improve your career knowledge or take up a fun hobby? Then check out our wide range of part-time courses starting soon. Learn to cook authentic street food, or become qualified in Swedish massage.

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Advice Events

Visit Our Advice Event

Thursday 23 January, 5-7pm. Drop in and speak to our tutors and support teams about studying Full-time, Part-time and on Higher Education courses. No need to book, but it will help you beat the queues! 

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Apprenticeships

Employ an Apprentice

As an approved supplier for both local authorities, we offer a wide range of staff development programmes.

Call us on 01743 260 400 to find out more.

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Become an Apprentice

Apprenticeships can be for anyone. Whether you a are a school leaver, already in work but looking to progress or considering a change in career, Apprenticeships can take you to your next level.

Are you looking for an Apprenticeship opportunity? We have a list of vacancies where an employer is waiting for the right person to employ.

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Have you already secured an employer?

If so, call us on 01743 260 400 so we can get you started!

Already in work?

If your employer is willing to support your training, we can advise you on the most appropriate apprenticeship

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Part-time Courses

Update your skills or develop an interest

Whether you want to retrain, gain professional qualifications to develop your career, get back into education or learn something just for fun.

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Distance Learning Courses

Our courses cover a wide variety of subjects, ranging from business & management to health & social care, which you can study at your own pace from home or work.

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Improve your literacy and numeracy

Free adult courses to improve your functional skills or gain GCSEs in English and Maths if you don’t have a Level 2 qualification. For more information please ring 01743 342 333.

Find out about College

Open Evenings allow you to see our facilities and chat to teachers, whilst Taster Events give you a feel for the courses we offer and an idea of what College life is like.

Why study at Shrewsbury Colleges Group?

Why study at Shrewsbury Colleges Group?

We support you in ensuring that your next step after SCG fits in with your ambitions, whether it’s university, an Apprenticeship or securing employment in your chosen field.

Our students are more likely to gain top degrees than students from any other sixth form college or independent school. This year 16 of our students were offered places at the prestigious Oxford and Cambridge Universities - a record for the College.

We were the only college to have two apprentices winning gold at WorldSkills UK, the largest multi-trade competition in the UK. Winning gold gives entrants the honour of going to the WorldSkills final in Russia as part of Team UK.

Whether you are interested in studying A Levels, a vocational course, or earning whilst you learn through an Apprenticeship, we offer opportunities for you to excel.

Upcoming Events

Take a look at some of our forthcoming events. Details are included within each event, but if you require further information, please ring 01743 342 342 or use our contact form.

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Thomas Blenkinsop

Thomas Blenkinsop

A Level Chemistry (Biology, Mathematics, Further Mathmatics)
Previous Institution: Corbet School

The College has a brilliant reputation and creates a lot of future Russell Group students. Having the opportunity to take part in the Royal Chemistry Society’s Schools’ Analyst Competition was a useful experience and the support systemat College is great - you can email your teachers whenever you need their help. I would like to study Biochemistry in 2020, so I will spend my next year improving my knowledge through work experience and researching the best suited university for my needs.

But then what?

Picking a course is one thing, but what about the bigger picture? Find out how much you could earn in your dream career and what you need to do to get there.

Luke Grocott

Luke Grocott

Level 1 Electrical
Previous school: Sir John Talbot's School

Electrical Installation gets you ready for the work environment. It is totally different to school, which is what I wanted for my further education and the teachers treat you with respect. They let you know when you’re doing well and they’ll put you right if you’re going wrong.

But then what?

Picking a course is one thing, but what about the bigger picture? Find out how much you could earn in your dream career and what you need to do to get there.

Megan O’Neill

Megan O’Neill

Health & Social Care BTEC (History, Sociology)
Previous Institution: The Priory School

 I took Health & Social Care because I want to be a primary school teacher. It is an assignment based course, so there is less pressure and you get to do amazing placements for hands-on experience and I went to a primary school. I will be going to study BA Primary Education after College.

But then what?

Picking a course is one thing, but what about the bigger picture? Find out how much you could earn in your dream career and what you need to do to get there.

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