We can offer you a wide range of qualifications, with each one designed to get you one step closer to where you want to be.
A rewarding, but demanding, course for anyone who wants to get a university-level qualification, but doesn’t have all the entry qualifications required.
An Apprenticeship is a practical training programme supported by your employer and the College. You earn while you learn and get training in your workplace.
An award is a great starting point for anyone without entry level qualifications. They’re available in a wide range of subjects at different levels.
A Bachelor of Science (BSc) qualification is a university-level degree in maths and science based subjects. It’s the equivalent of a level 6 course.
A two-year vocational qualification that helps you develop specialist knowledge and practical skills to get you the job you want, or to move onto higher education.
You can gain a certificate for reaching a certain level of achievement in a course or training for specific skills.
A College certificate course covers an introduction to specific topics or subjects, usually in a shorter time period, with your qualification based on self-assessment.
One of the leading skills and development providers, City & Guilds qualifications cover a huge range of subjects and levels and are recognised all over the world.
Covering lots of vocational and academic qualifications, a diploma is awarded by many educational providers and can be studied at different levels.
Covering arts and science subjects, a two-year Foundation Degree is equivalent to a level 4 and 5 course that combines academic study and workplace learning.
The key qualification for young adults and school leavers, GCSEs cover a wide variety of academic subjects, including English and maths essentials.
A one-year, full-time course relating to a particular work sector. A university-level HNC qualification is equivalent to a level 4.
The HND is the next step up from an HNC. It’s a two-year work-related course and provides a level 5 university equivalent qualification.
Designed to be studied full-time, or part-time if you’re in a work placement or an Apprenticeship, an NVQ is a practical, work-related qualification.
Available for a wide range of subjects, short courses can give you industry relevant training or a qualification for a specific job.