Spread your wings - Enrol Now!
It's Not Too Late to Enrol
There are limited spaces on many of our courses, but whether you are a school leaver or an adult learner, there is still time to secure your place on a course that can help you expand your horizons, get the career you want or onto higher levels of study.
Your Safety Comes First
Please do not attend any of our campuses if you have any Coronavirus (Covid-19) symptoms.
It might mean your enrolment takes a little longer so please be patient with us. We have put in place a number of safety and social distancing measures to make you safe when entering our college campuses, and we would also encourage you to attend on your own if you can. Find out more about what you can expect here and in the video below.
Come along to one of our campuses as soon as you can, and our staff will guide you through the process.
Our campuses are open for enrolment discussions with tutors from 10am - 4.45pm.
Here is which campus you should attend:
Accounting entry levels - Hawbush Campus
Adult English and maths – Wisemore Campus and Hawbush Campus
Art and Design, Fashion, Graphic Design, Media, Music, Performing Arts and Photography - Wisemore Campus
Basic IT - Hawbush Campus
Business, Law, Finance and Computing - Wisemore Campus
Construction Trades - Green Lane Campus
Childcare, Health & Social Care, Uniformed Public Services - Wisemore Campus
Engineering and Advanced Construction – Digital Engineering Skills Centre
Free courses for jobseekers - Hawbush Campus
Hair and Beauty, Hospitality/Catering and Events, Sport, Aviation Operations, Travel & Tourism - Wisemore Campus
Foundation Learning - Wisemore Campus
Science and Motor Vehicle – Wisemore Campus
The locations of our campuses can be found here
If you are aged between 16 and 19, please bring the following:
- A pen
- Current school report AND current attendance record
- Evidence of all of your current qualifications, including your GCSE results slips. (If you haven’t achieved English and Maths at grade 4 and above, then this information will be used to ensure you are enrolled on to an appropriate level of English and maths. Your enrolment will not be complete until you have provided these results.)
If you are aged 19 and over, please bring the following:
- A pen
- Evidence of all of your current qualifications. (If you haven’t achieved English and Maths at grade 4 and above, then this information will be used to ensure you are enrolled on to an appropriate level of English and maths. Your enrolment will not be complete until you have provided these results.)
- Proof of identity, which must be one of the following:
- Biometric Residence Permit
- Driving Licence
- Birth Certificate
- Adoption Certificate
- Marriage Certificate
- National Insurance Card
- HM Forces ID Card
- National Identity Card
- Proof Of Age Standards Scheme Card (with official PASS logo)
- Certificate of Entitlement to Funding
- Bank Credit/Debit Card
- National ID Card (not the College Learner Pass)
- Proof of Universal Credit, 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. If you are unemployed, please bring proof of any other benefits that you receive.
- Your chosen method for paying your fees. You can pay for your course in full or the first payment of an instalment plan by credit or debit card (no cheque or cash please). Subsequent instalment payments will be by direct debit or your letter confirming Student Loan Approval from Student Finance England (if applicable).
- If your employer is paying for your course, they must complete the ‘Agreement to pay course fees on behalf of a student’ form or collect one from the Customer Advice and Support Centre. Alternatively, you can bring with you a letter from your employer on letter headed paper stating:
- Your name
- Course title
- Confirmation of amount to pay
- Details of where the invoice should be sent
- Name and signature of the authorising persons
- Purchase Order number (if required)
- If you are a non E.U. student bring:
- Proof of residency, e.g. passport, visa, residence permit (proof of residency must be valid and in date)
In addition to this, if a Special Educational Need (SEN) or Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) is declared during the enrolment process you will be invited in again for a needs assessment to ensure we can meet any support needs prior to completing your enrolment.
The health, safety and wellbeing of our students and staff remains our top priority. We have set out clear, practical steps that ensure the College is COVID-19 secure, giving new and returning students as well as staff the confidence to be on our campuses. Further details are available here.
Please do not come into the college if you are experiencing any Covid-19 symptoms. If anyone becomes or is unwell, they will be sent home and advised to follow the COVID-19: guidance for households with possible coronavirus infection.
Whether you are a school leaver, jobseeker, someone looking to progress in or change careers, you’ll find the perfect course at Walsall College. If you can’t find what you are looking for on the website please drop in to speak to one of our careers advisors, who will be here at the college and happy to talk to you about the best route to achieve your career goals.