Doncaster Communication Specialist College opens its doors

Alan Robinson
Alan Robinson

Doncaster’s Communication Specialist College is opening its doors to professionals, parents and carers and prospective students on Wednesday, October 14.

The special open day will give people the opportunity to find out more about the courses and experiences on offer at our nationally recognised specialist education facility.

Alan Robinson (pictured), Executive Principal, said: “This is a chance for people to get a hands-on insight into what college life is all about.

“We are hoping to attract potential learners, their parents or carers, to see first hand the high quality, innovative foundation and personal learning programmes we provide for learners who are deaf or hearing-impaired and to those with communication difficulties, autistic conditions across the spectrum or with learning disabilities and difficulties.”

The Open Day, which will take place on Wednesday October 14, will give students who are considering further education the chance to see the excellent facilities and initiatives Doncaster provide.

Guests will be shown around the college and treated to a close look at the various courses on offer in groups led by current students acting as tour guides and refreshments will be available.

The college offers courses in Media and Office Technologies, Construction, Sport, Recreation and Leisure Studies, Life Skills/Vocational Access, Health Education and Social Studies, Motor Vehicle Engineering, Catering and Hospitality, Hair and Beauty and Design and Technology on a purpose-built campus.

For further details or to book a place contact marketing@ddt-deaf.org.uk or call 01302 386700