Kirklees College has added extra student enrolment days due to popular demand.
Staff are keen to give increased opportunities to the many young people who are still undecided which course to take after their GCSEs.
The college’s new Huddersfield campus opens for lectures tomorrow.
Open enrolment sessions for full and part-time courses will be held at the new Huddersfield Centre between 10am and 3pm today and from 5pm to 6.30pm on Monday and Tuesday, September 9 and 10am.
At its Dewsbury Centre, the times are 5pm to 6.30pm on Wednesday and Thursday, September 11 and 12.
These sessions are for people of all ages, and will also offer an opportunity for post-GCSE students to get advice to help them on their route to higher education or a career in their chosen field.
Andrea Machell, vice principal for curriculum said: “We’ve had an excellent response to our enrolment sessions so far this year, but we’re aware that some 16-year-olds haven’t quite decided what to do after their GCSEs yet.
“We still have a number of places left on our full-time, part-time and adult education courses.”
Prospective students need to bring ID and evidence of previous qualifications, such as certificates or GCSE results slips.