Whether you are considering a full time, part-time,
higher education course or apprenticeship it’s not too late to enrol for a course
starting this year.
Come along to enrol during any of the following drop in
Student Services will be
available to provide course advice and guidance, throughout August and
September during normal business hours:
Monday to Friday – 9am until 4:30pm
Or we can be contacted
on 08080 722777 or at email@example.com
From the 13th
August 2012 we will be operating a ‘fast-track’ application process in order to
secure applicants a place on a course in time to enrol and to start the course
This being the case we
would recommend that all applicants try and visit Student Services if possible.
Please note that if you already completed an application this year, you do not
need to complete another one – please just get in touch.
advice and guidance will also be available at our ‘advice centres’ which will
be held during our mass enrolment days between 9am-4:30pm on:
Thursday 23rd August
Friday 24th August
Tuesday 28th August
Wednesday 29th August
If you would like to
speak to someone outside of office hours there will be staff available until 7:00pm on:
do I need to bring with me to enrol?
|Town Centre Campus
||Rother Valley Campus
Monday 6th August
Monday 10th September|
|Tuesday 31st July
||Tuesday 7th August
Tuesday 11th September|
|Wednesday 1st August
||Wednesday 8th August
Wednesday 12th September|
|Thursday 2nd August
||Thursday 9th August
Thursday 13th September|
Tuesday 18th September|
Wednesday 19th September|
We want your enrolment to take place as smoothly and
quickly as possible. In order to achieve this we need you to bring the
following documents / information.
1) Proof of identity
bring at least one of the following
card or other form of national identification
of entitlement to funding
2) Certificates and/or results
full time Further Education and Higher Education learners need to bring with
them all certificates and results slips (these
must be the originals).
3) Bank details
4) Payment of fees (Learners over 19 on 31 August 2012)
5) Evidence for fee remission (if
you are aged over 19 on 31 August 2012 and in receipt of certain benefits you
may be entitled to fee remission. To claim
this entitlement, please bring a
letter from the Benefits Office as evidence of one of the following:
6) Letter stating employer will pay
course fees (if appropriate)
your employer is paying your fees please bring a letter of confirmation. The letter should state which fees they are
(e.g. all fees, tuition fees only) and be on company letterhead.
unsure of your study options?
Why not discuss the available training opportunities with
our Student Liaison Officers.
The advice centres will be open at both the Town Centre
Campus and Rother Valley Campus enabling you to receive the advice you need to
make the right decision.
about the courses we offer click the relevant buttons below:
For further information you can call or email Student
Services on 08080 722777 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.