Full Time Courses

Other Information

When you have submitted your application a member of the Admissions Team will be in touch with you to attend a meeting at the College. At the meeting we will discuss the course you’ve applied for, your GCSE grades/predicted grades and any learning support needs you may have. You will be given information on transport and finance and we will take your photograph for your college ID card. We will also answer any questions that you may have.


When you come to your appointment, please bring the following documents with you:

· Proof of any qualifications you already have, or predicted GCSE results if you are still in school.

· A valid form of identification (passport, birth certificate or biometric residence permit).

· National Insurance Number (if you have one).


We will send you a Learner Consent Form to complete and bring to your appointment. It is very important that you return this form to us so that we are made aware of any medical conditions you may have, and so that we have consent for you to attend College activities and trips.
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Part Time Courses

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.
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