• Do you offer any courses that can be studied online, without coming to college?

    We have a range of 18 distance learning courses completed via use of an e-portfolio, so you will not come into college at all. You will work through the units within your e-portfolio and answer the questions at the end of each unit.

    These courses are free to most students. However, this depends on your age, the level of qualification you have already achieved, your employment status, benefit status or level of wage status.

    You may also be interested in the range of free online courses offered by the Government's Skills Toolkit.

  • How long do these courses take to complete?

    You will have 10 weeks to study the course – if the course is not completed during this time, you will be sent an invoice for £100.

    It is key for all students studying a distance learning course to be self-motivated and able to study independently using the online course materials provided.

  • How do I apply for a Distance Learning course?

    You can apply for our Distance Learning courses by completing our online application form.

    Once we have received your application, you will be asked to complete a pre-course questionnaire, so that we can assess your suitability for the course or suggest an alternative option.