Thinking about leaving your schooldays behind? We have developed a host of exciting full-time study programmes that will engage you, inspire you and challenge you.
Our courses are not just for school leavers - if you’re looking to learn new skills, progress at work, or even turn your favourite hobby into a new career, we have a wide range of courses for adults that can be studied online and on campus.
Apprenticeships are the perfect opportunity to learn practical skills, gain industry experience and work towards a nationally recognised qualification – all while earning a wage.
These qualifications are equivalent to the first year, or two years of a degree, so that you can realise your ambitions without the need to leave the area and run up some of the debt incurred with studying away at university.
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We're making a difference by investing in the next generation of leaders, pioneers, innovators and visionaries.
We do everything with you in mind, so we can support you in achieving the best grades and reaching your potential.
Our innovative programmes, including full or part-time study and apprenticeships, will engage, inspire and challenge you.
I loved my Health and Social Care course and the opportunities it has given me. In particular, I really enjoyed my work experience placement at Northampton General Hospital, where I got to see each department first-hand, as this really helped me to decide which area to specialise in for my career. After completing my course, I was able to secure a physiotherapy assistant job as well as a place at The University of Leicester to study physiotherapy.
I really enjoyed working at The Frank Bruno Foundation as a Business Administration apprentice, and I definitely grew in confidence during my time there. In my role, I was responsible for lots of different things, mainly dealing with numbers, statistics and figures. I'm particularly proud that I was awarded 'Best Apprentice' at the College's Booth Lane Awards Ceremony. I have now completed my apprenticeship, having passed my end point assessment with a distinction, and secured employment at Network Rail.
I decided to do a T Level course because it provides me with everything I need to become a nurse and includes an industry placement, so I can gain healthcare experience. The facilities at college are amazing, including resources used in real clinical settings and responsive mannequins so we can put our skills into practice. College has given me the core components I need to succeed in nursing, and has helped me improve my people skills so I'm ready for future patients.
Please select two additional A Level subjects.