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SERC Unveils New Course Opportunities Starting in September
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SERC has unveiled its full range of new part-time courses which are starting in September. Dozens of new courses leading to accredited qualifications are starting including; media, hair and beauty, animal care, bio sciences, early years, health and care, engineering, construction and computing. There is also a wide range of recreational courses covering areas such as arts and craft, languages, horticulture and DIY.

The Northern Ireland Film School in the SERC campus in Ballynahinch.

The Northern Ireland Film School in the SERC campus in Ballynahinch is at the leading edge of media studies. 

To view the full range of part-time courses available pick up a copy of our new 2013/14 prospectus from your local campus.

“SERC is extremely excited to expand our range of educational opportunities to students and the surrounding communities,” said Ken Webb, Principal and Chief Executive of SERC. “The creation of the courses will open new doors for local people that could transform their lives. I would like to encourage perspective students to visit our part-time open evening to find out how we can help them realise their ambitions.”

Whether you are looking for a part-time course to further your current career or the opportunity to take a complete career-change, SERC can offer a vast range of options.

SERC will be holding a part-time open evening on 29 August from 5pm to 8pm and another on the 3 September between 5pm and 8pm. This evening will provide prospective students with an opportunity to speak with lecturers about specific courses and view the college’s state-of-the-art facilities. Our careers advisors will also be on hand for those who aren’t sure which route to take.

For more information or to enrol, call our enrolment hotline on 0845 600 7555 or find us on Facebook, search: South Eastern Regional College.