Your Next Step

Full Time Courses:

Online

Decide which course you want to study and click on the apply now button at the bottom of the course page. This will take you to an online application form that you need to complete.

Find course

Post

Download the application form, print it, complete it and then post it to the following address:
Coleg Cambria Admissions,Kelsterton Road,Connah’s Quay, Deeside, Flintshire CH5 4BR.

Text

Text APPCC with your name and address to 88020 to have an application form posted to you.

(Charged at your normal network rate).

Call

Call 0300 30 30 007 to speak to our team who will help you complete your application form.

When you have submitted your application a member of the Admissions Team will be in touch with you to attend an informal interview with a member of our Student Services Team. If you are successful you will be given a conditional or unconditional offer on the course, or you may be referred to a course which is better suited to your needs.

When you come to enrol, please bring with you all the documents you require including proof of identity and evidence of your qualifications.

We accept the following photographic identification as proof of identity:

– current passport

– biometric residence permit

– current European identity card.

If you are a UK student and you do not have any of these forms of identification, you may supply your original Birth Certificate.


Part Time Courses:

Online

Decide which course you want to study and click on the enrol button on the course page. This will take you to an online enrolment form that you need to complete and you will be enrolled onto the course straight away.
Some courses require an initial level of study so you may be asked to contact a member of our student services team for advice on your next step..

Find course

Call

Call 0300 30 30 007 to speak to our team who can give you advice on your next step.


Disclosure & Barring Service

There are some courses we offer which require you to complete a Disclosure & Barring Service check. These include courses where there is regular, unsupervised contact with children or vulnerable adults.

If you do have a criminal record you will not necessarily be stopped from gaining a place on the course. It will depend on the nature and background of any offence.

You may wish to speak with a Student Services Advisor about whether your criminal record would limit your career options. Please contact Student Services if you need any further advice. All discussions will be dealt with in strict confidence.