No matter where you are in your journey, we can help you find the right course for you.
If you need more information about our courses, please visit our course search page here. You can also speak to a member of our team at an upcoming event or using the contact information on our website for various support services we offer such as our Careers Guidance.
Our website is the most up to date source of information related to courses but if you can’t find the information that you are looking for you can contact us to see if we can help further at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Please note that course costs and schedules for adult courses starting in 2022 are not currently available but should be available by mid-August 2022.
Our full schedule of events can be found on our website and are regularly updated throughout the year, however at present we are developing our exciting range of events for next year. You can view our upcoming events and register your interest here.
If you know the course you want to apply for but haven’t yet applied, please complete our short, online application form here.
If you’re unsure about what you want to study, don’t worry as we can offer you an appointment with our helpful guidance team who will discuss your options and help you to make the right decision for you. To book an appointment, please email the guidance team at email@example.com.
Applications for courses starting in September 2023 will open soon. Please keep an eye on our website and social media channels for further updates. We will have some great new courses starting in 2023 that will be added to our website as soon as we have all the details.
If you've submitted your application form and are waiting to hear about your interview – don’t panic! We are currently processing a large number of applications and will be in touch with you soon.
If you’re a new student and you’ve received an offer email to confirm your place to start with us in September, the first thing you need to do is to accept your offer. Once you’ve accepted, you will be required to enrol onto your course.
If your course requires a satisfactory DBS check you will be informed by email prior to starting your course. The email will include information on how to apply and what evidence you will need to provide.
16-18 year old students
If you are 16-18 years old you do not have to pay for your course. However, you may require a DBS check, and you could be provided with opportunities to enhance your learning and may be asked to provide a voluntary contribution.
For some courses, you will need to wear a uniform, similar to those that you'd wear in the workplace, other subjects you may need personal protection equipment (PPE), and some you will just need a well-stocked pencil case and stationery.
Full details of what you will need for the start of term will be confirmed during your enrolment or induction. Bursaries to help pay for equipment may be available to you depending on your personal circumstances, for more information click here.
Adult & Higher Education Students (19 years and above)
Some of our adult courses may require a fee. If you’re unable to cover the cost of this up front we offer a range of options to help you pay for your course depending on your circumstances.
To find out more about funding for your course and financial assistance available, click here
Student ID badges will be issued either when you drop in to enrol on campus, or during your induction.
We are required to take your photograph for your student ID badge when you enrol. This will be either when you drop in to enrol or during your induction, depending on whether you are a new or progressing student.
All students will receive their induction timetable when they enrol.
All students will be given information when they enrol that will detail the course start date, where to report to on the first day and what to bring with them.
For information on bursaries, free meals and travel expenses click here.
Yes, you can bring one person with you to enrol. We are limiting numbers to only one additional person to control visitor numbers during drop-ins.
You will need to apply for your chosen course in order to enrol.
Once you have applied for your course, you can drop in to campus to enrol.
You will be advised when you enrol if your course requires uniform or kit and how to order this.
If your course requires you to have a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check (largely for courses where work placements are necessary), then you will need to bring relevant ID with you when you start your course to ensure the DBS application process gets underway quickly. To find information on what ID we need you to bring click here.
If you have an additional support need or a health related problem, please contact the inclusive learning team via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learners who are employed, or self-employed, and would normally be co-funded for provision, up to and including Level 2, can be fully funded.
We must be satisfied the learner meets both of the following:
If you know the course you'd like to change over to then please email our admissions team with the details of your current course and the one you'd like to change to: email@example.com.
If you would like to speak to one of our careers advisors for more information on courses, please drop in to campus and we will be able to help you find the information you need to choose the right course for you.
If you are 16 to 18 years old, you do not have to pay for your course. You may be provided with opportunities to enhance your learning and required to have a DBS check which you could be asked to provide a voluntary contribution for.
For some courses, you will need to wear a uniform, similar to those that you would wear in the workplace, in other subjects you may need personal protection equipment (PPE), and for some courses you will just need a well-stocked pencil case and stationery.
Full details of what you will need for the start of term will be confirmed during your enrolment or induction.
For further information please visit our Financial support application page here.
Some of our adult courses may require a fee. If you are unable to cover the cost of this up front, we offer a range of options to help you pay for your course depending on your circumstances.
To find out more about funding for your course and financial assistance available, visit the Adult support page here.
If you have accepted an offer on a Level 3 course and you are waiting for a Learning and Funding Letter, we will be sending this out via email as soon as possible. If you have not received this by early August, please contact us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org .