We’re talking career-based qualifications that get you job-ready. Vocational qualifications offer a much bigger focus on practical skills, bringing your studies completely to life.

It’s these type of courses that show you what’s happening in your industry right now, and in the near future. What’s more, you get to pick up the technical knowledge and attributes of a Walsall College Graduate, that will prepare you for work or University.



Qualifications and ways to study

Vocational Courses

Vocational Courses

Our vocational, specialist qualifications include BTEC courses available at Level 1 and Level 2 (GCSE-equivalent), as well as Level 3 (A Level equivalent).

T Levels

T Levels

T Levels are brand new qualifications set to transform the way students train for the world of work after their GCSEs.
Courses 16 - 19 Apprenticeships

Apprenticeships

With over 30 apprenticeships to choose from, all providing on-the-job training, professionally recognised qualifications and a wage, they’re a brilliant way to start your career.

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Case Studies

Spotlight on Talent – Jenny Clarke

25 years after she first started working in childcare,...

How male grooming has shaped the barber industry

Male grooming has changed considerably in just the last...

Spotlight on Talent : Marie Warren

Studied: Level 3 Business Administration Apprenticeship with Dudley Hospital...

Spotlight on Talent: Manjinder Bal

“Doing a placement in a local school as part of...

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