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Enrolment Frequently Asked Questions

28 Aug 2018

16-18 FAQs

What do I bring to enrolment?

You will need to bring:

  • your enrolment invitation letter and your results slips or any certificates you have already received, in particular Maths and English. 
  • some form of ID, one of which has your name and date of birth.  If you are applying for a DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) we will also need to see documents that have your current address (that is not older than 3 months). 
  • any references, tasks or other documents that are a part of your offer on the course 
  • your parent/guardian email address to add to your contact details 
  • Please bring a copy of your Form 8 (from your current school) with you to help set up any access arrangements you require 

What happens if I do not get the grades I was predicted?

Please still attend your appointment.  If you have not met your entry requirements or exceeded them, please attend your appointment and you will be able to speak to our advice staff or course advisors to discuss your options.

Who will I meet at enrolment?

On arrival, please report to the Information desk to sign in.  You will then be directed to meet with the academic staff before completing your enrolment with an ID badge.

How long will the enrolment appointment take?

Please allow up to 2 hours to complete your enrolment.

When do I start the course?

College term starts w/c 4th September, however at enrolment your tutor will let you know the start date of the course and your provisional timetable for induction week.

What happens if I miss my appointment?

Come in as soon as possible.  You will be able to speak to our academic staff in your chosen area to discuss the next step.

What if I want to change courses?

Please still attend your scheduled appointment as this will give you the opportunity to discuss your preferred choice.

What if I require extra support?

If you require any extra support please contact our Curriculum Services team (supported learning) on 01603 773241 to make arrangements.  They will also be available to discuss extra support at enrolment.

Do I have to study English and Maths alongside my course?

You will continue to study English and Maths until you achieve a Level 4/5 or the end of the academic year you turned 19, whichever is sooner. We would recommend that you continue to study English and Maths to help you along your future path.

Do I have to attend or can my parents/guardians attend instead?

You will need to attend your appointment yourself to complete your enrolment and collect your student ID badge.  However Parent/Guardians are welcome to attend with you.

 

19+ FAQs

What do I bring to enrolment? 

You will need to bring: 

  • your enrolment invitation letter and your results slips or any certificates you have already received, in particular Maths and English. 
  • some form of ID, one of which has your name and date of birth.  If you are applying for a DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) we will also need to see documents that have your current address (that is not older than 3 months). 
  • any references, tasks or other documents that are a part of your offer on the course 
  • If you are 19 years old or over and in receipt of a state benefit, please also bring along your National Insurance number. 
  • Any additional evidence pertaining to the payment or remission of tuition fees, as outlined in the enclosed Money Matters leaflet e.g. payslip 

Who will I meet at enrolment?

On arrival, please report to the Information desk to sign in.  You will then be directed to meet with the academic staff before completing your enrolment with an ID badge.

How long will the enrolment appointment take?

Please allow up to 2 hours to complete your enrolment.

When do I start the course?

College term starts wc 4th September, however at enrolment your tutor will let you know the start date of the course and your provisional timetable for induction week. 

What happens if I miss my appointment? 

Come in as soon as possible.  You will be able to speak to our academic staff in your chosen area to discuss the next step.

What if I want to change courses?

Please still attend your scheduled appointment as this will give you the opportunity to discuss your preferred choice.

What if I require extra support?

If you require any extra support please contact our Curriculum Services team (supported learning) on 01603 773241 to make arrangements.  They will also be available to discuss extra support at enrolment.

Do I have to attend or can someone else attend in my absence?

You will need to attend your appointment yourself to complete your enrolment and collect your student ID badge. 

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