Any changes to plans for the Information and Enrolment events will be announced on the college website and shared on our social media channels. 

Our next enrolment day will take place on Tuesday 22nd June from 5pm until 7pm at the college. 

At enrolment, you must be able to provide proof of ID and evidence that you meet ALL academic entry requirements for your chosen course at enrolment. Failure to do so will delay your enrolment. Please use the following checklist to help you prepare:

PERSONAL ID: Your Current passport, an official EU Identity Card, OR UK birth certificate/residency card. Driving licenses are NOT accepted as a form of identification. We cannot enrol you without one of these documents.

*Without these important documents, you will not become a fully enrolled student at the College.

To register, please click

 Please contact the HE Admissions Team via phone 01616668215 or email for further enquiries and assistance. 


Online Digital Drop in  

We realise that many of you will have many questions about our courses before applying, so we're giving you the opportunity to join our virtual drop-in sessions via video chat.

The purpose of these sessions is to give you the opportunity to ask any course-related questions (of your choice) that you might have, including questions on how to apply, career progression, qualifications, and many more. The digital drop-in session should take no longer than an hour, however, this depends on the number of questions the tutors receive. Please note: you can leave at any point.


Tuesday 11th May

Foundation Degree in Education / Foundation Degree in Early Childhood Studies from 5pm until 6pm

Thursday 13th May

Primary PGCE (School Direct) From 5pm until 6pm

Tuesday 18th May

Early Years Learning (Teaching Assistants, Practitioners, Childminders) from 10am until 11am

Thursday 20th May

PGCE / Certificate in Education Post 16 from 2pm until 3pm

Thursday 20th May

Access to Health (Diploma) from 3pm until 4pm

Tuesday 25th May

Access to Education (Diploma) from 3pm until 4pm

To register, please click here. 

Please note: This is an online session from any device. If you have audio and video, you can use them if you wish, if not, there will be a chat function that you can use to ask your questions. 

You must register in advance. Once you register you will be sent an invitation within 2 weeks to join the session.

Anyone who is unable to join you can still e-mail your queries to


Digital Security Guidance

It will not be possible for participants to take control of the meeting and share inappropriate video content and you should not click on any links given in the chat function unless they are shared by a member of staff.



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