City of Wolverhampton College

City of Wolverhampton College school activities

Taster sessions at CoWC
Audience: Years 9- 11
Wednesday 28th November 2018 (12pm-3pm)
Wednesday 13th March 2019  (12pm-3pm)
Wednesday 8 May 2019 (12pm-3pm)

Combined with a college tour, we can offer interactive sessions whereby students can have-a-go at activities and learn a range of skills within different industries that suits their career aspirations.

We offer sessions in the following areas:


A Levels




Business & Professional


Computing & IT Construction
(Brickwork, Carpentry, Electrical, Painting & Decorating, Plumbing)
Creative Arts:
(Art & Design, Music, Performing Arts, Media, Games Design)

Early Years







Health & Social Care



Hospitality & Catering


Motor Vehicle





Sports & Fitness


Travel & Tourism



Uniformed Public Services





*spaces subject to availability*

Higher Education- The gateway to a degree
Years 12 & 13
When: Available throughout the year

Your students can find out about studying university level courses in our dedicated Higher Education Centre at lower costs, choosing the college as an affordable alternative to University.

What is an Apprenticeship?
Audience: Years 10-13
When: Available throughout the year

Students can find out how they can earn while they learn through Apprenticeship opportunities. Creating awareness of what an Apprenticeship is, how they work and how to secure a great opportunity to kick-start their career (presentation times can vary and interactive workshops can be included).

Wolvcoll on tour!
Available throughout the year
Years 9-11
We can offer a morning or afternoon session at your school delivering hands-on activities in the subject areas students require. This can be combined with a presentation providing students with information on college courses, apprenticeships and higher education on a rotational basis.

The Skills & Apprenticeship Show
Thursday 4 April 2019
Years 9-13
All under one roof at Wolverhampton Racecourse, The Skills & Apprenticeship Show brings together employers, training providers and universities to provide young people with careers advice and guidance. Through interactive activities students can discover what they are good at and what they enjoy, helping shape their future career aspirations.

Save the date in your calendar! We’ll be in touch with invites.