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What Happens Next

5 Step Enrolment Process

Step 1 – You will have received your ‘Application Confirmation’ and ‘Offer’ via email. Please ensure you have ‘Accepted’ your Place.

Step 2 – In the summer, you will receive an email inviting you to complete the online pre-enrolment process.

Step 3 – You will then be provided with the day and time you need to come into College to enrol.

This will be from August to September 2024 depending on which day your course is allocated to enrol. You must ensure you bring evidence of your grades/qualifications to this appointment. 

If you have not got the grades/qualifications you need, try not to worry, we are very experienced in ensuring you are placed on the right course and a Course Tutor will be available to discuss this with you. 

Step 4 – Once you have completed your enrolment, you will be given your official student ID badge, course timetable and details of what will happen on your first day.

Step 5 – Attend your first day.

We recommend you apply with an email address that you regularly check and have access to (not a school one) and ensure all details are accurate (spelling, phone numbers etc) as we will communicate through email and phone if there are any updates or problems with your application.

Returning Students

You will receive an email in June, to the email address you applied with when you completed your internal progression (please check your junk folder).

Please read the instructions carefully as it will contain all the information you need, including a step-by-step guide to support you to complete your enrolment online. There will also be further guidance on how to apply for Transport, Financial Support and Free College meals.

As long as you have access to a device (mobile phone, tablet or computer) and a connection to the internet you can complete the Getting Ready for College enrolment process anywhere.

Frequently Asked Questions

Don’t wor­ry!

We have a very effective ​‘6 weeks to suc­cess pro­gramme’ that we have been devel­op­ing over a num­ber of years which ensures you are mon­i­tored care­ful­ly and sup­port­ed appro­pri­ate­ly whilst tran­si­tion­ing from school to col­lege. This includes sup­port such as (but not lim­it­ed to):

· Allow­ing you to change cours­es if you change your mind (sub­ject to avail­abil­i­ty)
· Mov­ing you between course lev­els if you are find­ing your cur­rent lev­el too easy /​too hard (sub­ject to avail­abil­i­ty)
· In some cas­es, incor­po­rat­ing Eng­lish and maths GCSE into your timetable if you don’t meet the grades you need
· Pro­vid­ing access to addi­tion­al learn­ing sup­port should you need extra sup­port in the class­room or assess­ment for learn­ing resources
· Reg­u­lar meet­ings with your Stu­dent Mentor, who will get to know you and ensure you are hap­py and engaged with your course
· One-to-one reviews with your aca­d­e­m­ic tutor to dis­cuss your progress

Stay Informed, Stay Ahead

Keep up-to-date with the latest college news, events, and application deadlines—all the way up to enrolment in September 2024. Whether you’re a prospective student or a parent, our mailing list is your key to staying informed.

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