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Spread your wings at enrolment

Joined your sixth form and having second thoughts?  Interested in part-time or university study but concerned about personal/financial commitments?

We can help!  Drop in or get in touch now and transform your future.

It's not too late to sign up for a vocational course, higher education/university-level course or part time course. 

If you didn't get the apprenticeship you were after, aren't settling in to sixth form life or are sat at home still unsure on what your next step post GCSE's should be, one of our vocational courses could get you on track to a dream career.  

If you didn't take up a place at university, why not consider one of our HNC/HND courses? And if you've been out of education for a while and are looking to train for a specific career, our Access to Higher Education courses are an excellent pathway towards a degree-level qualification.

Which Campus?

Course Areas WM GL HB WH
Business Administration, Retail, HR, Law, Management and Marketing ✓*
Childcare and Early Years (limited availability for 16-19 courses)

Construction Trades  (limited availability for 16-19 courses)
Construction Services  (limited availability for 16-19 courses)
Community Interpretation
Creative (Art/Fashion/Graphics/Media/Performing Arts/Photography)
Distance Learning
Education and Training
English, Maths, Functional Skills
Engineering   (limited availability for 16-19 courses)
GCSE retakes (English and Maths)
Health & Social Care (limited availability for 16-19 courses)
Hospitality & Catering
Horticulture & Gardening
Motor Vehicle  (limited availability for 16-19 courses)
Public Services
Science including GSCEs  (limited availability for 16-19 courses)
Supported Learning
Travel, Tourism & Aviation Operations

* Business Admin only

WM - Wisemore Campus, Littleton Street West, Walsall WS2 8ES
GL - Green Lane Campus, Long Acre Street, Walsall WS2 8HX
HB - Hawbush Campus, Beeches Road, Leamore, Walsall WS3 1AG
WH - Whitehall Campus, Weston Street, Caldmore, Walsall WS1 4EQ

What to bring

AGE 16-19   AGE 19 +
All of your GCSE results slips*   All of your previous qualifications and GCSE grades*
Your current school report   £10.00 for your College ID card
Your current attendance record   Proof of Job Seekers Allowance letter (JSA) or Employment Support Allowance letter (ESA) in the work related activity group (including partner where the claim is joint) AND a character reference.
      One proof of identity; Passport, Biometric Residence Permit, Driving Licence, National Insurance Card, Certificate of Entitlement to Funding, Bank Credit/Debit Card, National ID Card (not the College Learner Pass).
      Your method of payment or a Student Finance England letter confirming your Student Loan approval. (If your employer is paying for your fees, please bring a company-headed letter confirming this).

If you’re aged 16-19 and are worried about coping financially at college then we can help in lots of ways. Free meals, a free bus pass and funding for course materials are available* - find out more here.

You don’t have to miss out if you’re aged 19 and over. Our student finance team can talk to you about free courses, loans and bursaries for childcare. Find out more here.

Initial Assessments

If you have not completed an ‘Initial Assessment’ within the last three months, you may be required to complete one in order to determine your suitability for your course. Please note that the last start time for these assessments is one hour before the advertised enrolment time, and if this cannot be completed you may be asked to come back in at a later date.

Special Educational Needs

If a Special Educational Need (SEN) or Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) is declared during the enrolment process you will be invited it again for a needs assessment to ensure we can meet any support needs prior to completing your enrolment. 

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