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How to Apply

We recommend you visit one of our College Centre Open Events prior to completing an Expression of Interest form. When you have visited and know a bit more about the College and would like to submit a form, you can download it at the link below or email enquiries@orchardhill.ac.uk or call 0345 402 0453 and we will send an electronic or printed copy to you.

Once we have received your completed form, you may be invited for an assessment and we will advise you if we can offer you a place.

If you are applying for our Foundation Skills for Life programme, you may be invited to a
Transition Programme to support the transition into college.

You can download the relevant forms below:

Expression of Interest Form 

Application Form

Application Form for WorkStart applicants 

Outcomes for learners are outstanding, teaching, learning and assessment are excellent and the extremely diverse programmes that meet learners’ individual needs, interests and aspirations, prepare them very well for life after College.
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