Studying at college might seem daunting if you’ve been out of a classroom or workshop for a while, we will do our best to support you through your course, whatever your situation. We offer a flexible approach to learning, and Learner Experience team are on-hand to provide help so that you can complete your qualification – from childcare to funding and financial support.
We also know that the cost of studying can be a worry for adult students, so we offer all of our Entry Level to Level 2 courses for FREE, regardless of your age or income.
If you’re not quite sure what you’d like to study, or want to retrain for a new career in a post-COVID world, we also run a large range of free, part-time short courses, including courses at Level 3 and Level 4.
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 alongside students of all ages and backgrounds.
Why not come to an open day and check out our facilities for yourself, or if you already know what you’d like to study, find out more about how to apply
Whether you’re a parent returning to work, a job seeker looking to enhance your employment prospects, or you’re thinking about a career change, there’s a course for you. Don’t let the thought of tuition fees stand in your way of getting the qualifications you need.
For more information on Advanced Learner Loans and your eligibility, click here.
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:
Read more about Support and Wellbeing at our colleges here.