New Full Time Prospectus Unveiled

Fri, 04/08/2000 - 01:00

East Durham College has recently unveiled their new full time courses prospectus.

The College has produced a 180 page prospectus detailing all their full time courses on offer at the Peterlee and Houghall Campuses, as well a separate 68 page guide to detail just the Houghall courses.

The prospectus details all the courses on offer to start from September 2011, as well as information on the College's fantastic state-of-the-art facilities and resources.

Thousands of copies of the new prospectuses have already been distributed to local year 11 pupils, schools and Connexions Centres across the north east.

The College’s marketing and school liaison team will also use the guides, as a key tool to help students understand what’s available at the College, when they attend careers fairs, parents’ evening and events in the local area.

Principal & Chief Executive, Stuart Wesselby, said: "Whist the website is of course a vital tool in letting this age group know about the College and our courses, the prospectus is still a really important marketing tool for us.

“We are all really proud of our new prospectus and feel that it represents the College and what we have to offer our students. We have used an imaginative design with a lot of exciting and vibrant photography and colours which reflect the enthusiasm of our students.”

Christine Booth, Schools Liaison Officer at the College, added: “Our job is to ensure that young people find the right course for them, ensuring that they achieve their full potential, and the detail in this prospectus is a great help in doing that.

”The design was commission with Guisborough design agency Shock the Senses. Mike Nicholas, a Partner at Shock, added: “Our brief was to create something that was fresh, contemporary, easy to use and more importantly ‘student friendly’. We expanded upon the existing bold colour palette and introduced ‘playful’ sub headings throughout to soften the design and help create a more relaxed user experience".