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Advice Cafés to support learners in finding the right next step this results season

Cambridge Regional College (@CRC_College) is offering a series of Results Advice Cafés to support learners across the region with their next steps into further or higher education following receipt of their #ALevel and #GCSE exam results on 13th and 20th August respectively.  

The Advice Cafés will be delivered primarily through online video sessions and supported with controlled on-campus drop-in sessions, to accommodate as many learners seeking support as possible, whether that be in choosing the right course, making study adjustments based on results or considering an apprenticeship. 

Online video sessions will be available via Zoom. Calls can be accessed via the College website, where learners will wait until an advisor becomes available.  

13th August (A-Level Results Day) – 10 am – 4 pm 

20th August (GCSE Results Day) – 9.30 am – 7 pm 

21 August to 4th September – 9.30 am – 5 pm (excluding 31st August, Bank Holiday) 

On-campus drop-in sessions will take place at both the Cambridge and Huntingdon campuses for a limited number of hours each day so that learners can meet with our advisors in person if this is preferred. Social distancing measures will be in place on campus and we urge you to utilise the online sessions where possible.   

20th August (A-Level Results Day) – 12 pm – 7 pm 

21 August to 4th September – 12 pm – 3 pm (excluding 31st August, Bank Holiday) 

To stay abreast of the situation, and any potential changes to this provision, learners and/ or parents/ carers may like to subscribe to our email alerts

CRC Spokesperson, said:

“We are committed to supporting learners at every stage and offer a great range of opportunities for learners after GCSEs and A-levels. The Advice Cafés on offer over the coming weeks will provide the opportunity for students to seek the advice and support they need in identifying their next steps following receipt of their exam results and securing their places for September”.

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