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KEY APPOINTMENTS BOOST INTERNATIONAL PLANS FOR OPEN STUDY COLLEGE

As distance learning provider, @OpenStudyColl celebrates its 13th Birthday, it has announced a series of staff appointments, which have further strengthened its team and allowed it to push on with ambitious growth plans, both in the UK and overseas.

New partnership helps workers become part of the #NHS effort to fight Covid-19

#LearninginLockdown - Distance learning experts @OpenStudyColl joins with recruitment firm to offer exclusive discounts to new students in light of current #coronavirus pandemic  A new partnership to help workers seeking to become part of the national healthcare effort to fight Covid-19 and support the country during its recovery and beyond, has been launched by two award-winning Birmingham businesses.

Open Study College celebrates next step in their long-term growth strategy

Open Study College celebrates next step Birmingham based distance learning provider, Open Study College, has celebrated the opening of a larger new office space, signifying an important step in the business’ long-term growth strategy.

OPEN STUDY COLLEGE LAUNCHES ACCESS TO HE DIPLOMA (HEALTH) TO BOOST PROGRESSION INTO HIGHER EDUCATION FOR THE HEALTHCARE SECTOR

Distance learning provider Open Study College has launched a new Access to HE Diploma (Health) to provide a direct, specialist route into university for students wanting to achieve a career in healthcare, with enrolments now open.

OPEN STUDY COLLEGE LAUNCHES CIPD COURSES TO BOOST HR TALENT

Distance learning provider Open Study College has added CIPD Diplomas to its portfolio of courses, providing a flexible option for people looking to boost their competency in human resources.

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