Preston’s College is hosting a virtual open evening for prospective students of Preston’s Centre of Sporting Excellence.
Preston’s Centre of Sporting Excellence is a formal education partnership between Preston’s College and Preston North End Community and Education Trust, which was established in July 2020, providing high-quality, technical education programmes at levels one, two and three, for 16 to 19-year-olds.
Students of Preston’s Centre of Sporting Excellence can also access work placement opportunities from both organisations, whom they also have the chance to represent in the EFL Community and Education Football Alliance League, playing against other professional clubs.
The open evening will be held on Thursday 28th January from 4pm until 7.30pm and interested prospective students can access the online event by registering their interest here.
Graeme Atkinson, former Lilywhites midfielder and now the Trust's recruitment and higher education development manager, will be available for question and answer as part of the virtual open event.
Alternatively, students unable to attend the online event can enquire about studying with PNECET by clicking here, while details of further online events will be shared on the Trust’s social media channels as the academic year continues.
📽️ Let's take a tour of the Preston Centre of Sporting Excellence!— Preston North End Community and Education Trust (@pnecommunity) August 19, 2020
▫️ Study high quality education programmes from levels 1⃣ to 3⃣
▫️ Represent #PNECET and @PrestonCollege in @EFLCEFA
▫️ Access to unique work experience opportunities
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