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Age 16-18

If you’re currently in Year 10 or Year 11 and looking for what to do next, we can help. We have a large variety of courses that can help you begin your journey to your dream career – including A Levels, practical work-based vocational courses (including BTEC, T Levels, UAL and City and Guilds, from Entry Level through to Level 3) and Apprenticeships.

Studying at college is very different from staying at school or going to a sixth form – you are treated as an adult and supported to manage your studies, so you’re ready for university or work. At our colleges, you won’t have assemblies or have to wear a uniform, and you’ll be studying with people of all ages from across London. 

All of our centres have classrooms and workshops with industry-recommended equipment, as well as well-stocked libraries, social spaces and cafes, creating a vibrant, sociable place to study.

Why not come to an Open Day and check out our facilities for yourself, if you already know what you’d like to study, find out more about how to apply.

Frequently Asked Questions

A Levels

Technical Courses

Study Programmes

At CCCG, you’ll get more than just your chosen course. We will create a study programme, which consists of your main qualification, employability skills and relevant work experience.

Our study programmes combine your course with work experience opportunities and the chance to develop skills with tutorials and extracurricular activities. The aim is to equip you with the versatility and experience needed to adapt to life after college, whether that be at university or in employment.

A Levels

Each A Level study programme is built around your career prospects to ensure you leave CANDI with a well-rounded portfolio.

Our study programmes ensure you receive:
– Your A Levels
– Career guidance, interview practice and work experience
– Enrichment activities


Each Vocational study programme is built around your career prospects to ensure you leave our colleges with a well-rounded portfolio.

Our study programmes ensure you receive:
– Your main qualification
– The opportunity to undertake work experience
– Tutorial time, study skills and enrichment activities

If you don’t already have GCSE grade 4 or above in English and Maths, you will also study these as part of your study programme.

Support and Wellbeing

Our Learner Experience team are here to support, encourage and help you thrive while studying with us. They provide quality advice and guidance and can also offer learning support to help you if you need extra help with English or Maths if you are dyslexic or have a disability or a learning difficulty.

Our qualified and experienced team have been awarded the Matrix quality standard for information advice and guidance services; a national quality standard for the effective delivery of information, advice and guidance on learning and work.

As part of our support services, we:

  • Provide guidance on the application process
  • Guide you through course options and progression opportunities
  • Provide advice on finance and childcare support
  • Offer guidance on becoming entrepreneurs and developing enterprise initiatives through our active
  • Assist you in seeking volunteering opportunities and setting up volunteering programmes
  • Organise a range of enrichment opportunities, including sports activities, national competitions and curriculum events and activities
  • Enable you to get involved in student life at WestKing through clubs and societies

Read more about support and well-being at our colleges here.

Course Fees and
Financial Help

Our Courses

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