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Welcome to the Virtual Enrolment area of our website. Here you will find all the relevant documents to read through, download, sign and send back as required. This is outlined in the contents page of the enrolment packs.

This year, the majority of our forms will be sent electronically. You will receive these to your email address through DocuSign.

What is the enrolment process?

The enrolment process is not only for you to receive information regarding the college and your programme, but is also an opportunity for us to receive the relevant paperwork for you to start your programme in September.

We have included information about bursaries (financial support) which may help you to get financial help when you are on the programme. This could include money towards lunch and travel costs.

All new students (Year 1) will need to provide the college with their National Insurance Number and ID evidence, in the form of a current passport or birth certificate, prior to their start date.

We will be unable to continue with the enrolment if you fail to provide the correct documentation as requested. The enrolment paperwork must be completed to enable you to start your programme in September.

Please note, although we are continuing with your enrolment process, the place has been offered subject to confirmation of funding.

For new students starting in September 2020, please click the links below to download the documents:

Contents Page
Term Dates 2020-21
College Centres Document
Important Health and Safety Guidance
Financial Support Application Form
Financial Support Guidance Document
Privacy Notice for Young People
Wheelchair Letter

For continuing students returning in September 2020, please click the links below to download the documents:

Contents Page
Term Dates 2020-21
Important Health and Safety Guidance
Financial Support Application Form
Financial Support Guidance Document
Wheelchair Letter

What next?

We will send the enrolment form for you to sign and return; students are unable to attend without this form being returned. This form will show all the details relating to the student and their programme of study, and it is used to secure their funding from the awarding body.

 

As a result of outstanding teaching, over time students make excellent progress and develop the knowledge and skills they need to achieve their goals.
Ofsted November 2019

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