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Course TitleDayTimeStartEndEnrolment CodeLocation
Media
Learn to Build a WebsiteTuesday19:00 - 21:0010-Feb-1531-Mar-15QFCMEDWEB /1902 BL
Develop Your Social Media SkillsTuesday19:00 - 21:004-Nov-142-Dec-14QFCMEDSOC /1902 BL
Learn to SingWednesday19:00 - 21:0014-Jan-1523-Mar-15QFCSING /1903 BL

If you missed the start date for any of these courses, please contact us on 0845 300 4401 or email enquiries@northamptoncollege.ac.uk to find out about future dates.

success stories

Success Stories

Ollie Rolph

Ollie Rolph

Ollie completed his Media course with literally top marks. He was awarded a Distinction* and achieved the maximum amount of points possible on a Level 2 course! He chose the First Diploma because of the assessment methods. “I always knew I wanted to do Media, but I’ve never been very good at exams, so I didn’t want to go down the more formal A Level route and chose this course because it’s highly practical. I’d also looked around the College at an Open Event and was really impressed with the facilities available to learners.” “The course covered all aspects of the Media Industry. I particularly liked learning about all the different elements that go into the production of a magazine – it’s amazing how much time and effort it takes.” Ollie has cerebral palsy and uses a wheelchair, but found he did not need any extra help with his learning. ‘I always knew additional support was available if I needed it, but I didn’t.” During his time at College, Ollie also worked alongside the Additional Support Team mentoring an autistic learner. “I find it really rewarding and enjoy helping others. As soon as I finished College in the summer I did some work experience at my old school. I worked as a Learner Support Assistant supporting learners with varying degrees of special needs.” Ollie has a special word of thanks to his teachers. “When I first came to College I lacked a lot of confidence and self-belief. But the teachers are great – they reassure you and make you trust in your own abilities. I think that’s the most valuable thing I’ll take away from my College experience. It was their encouragement, together with my determination to do well, that helped me achieved the grade I did. I couldn’t believe it when I heard – I’m told those marks have never been awarded in the history of the course at college!” Ollie’s College experience doesn’t end there. He’s returning in September on the National Diploma in Media Production. When it comes to plans after college, Ollie’s not sure ‘I really don’t know what I want to do then I leave. The National Diploma is a two year course, so hopefully at the end of the first year I’ll have a bit more of an idea.

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