Coming to college will give you the chance to leave your schooldays behind and work in real life environments and be taught by experienced industry experts.

Would you like to swap the classroom for a purpose-built studio, workshop or salon, or ‘earn while you learn’ in your new role as an apprentice?

Perhaps you would benefit from studying one of our T Levels - a mixture of college-based learning and on-the-job experience?

Whatever you decide, college is the first step on an exciting journey that will bring you new opportunities and help prepare you for your future career.

T Levels are brand new Level 3 qualifications designed to give you a head start towards the future you want.

These two-year programmes follow on from GCSEs, and on completion, are equivalent to three A Levels.

T Levels bring classroom learning and industry placements together on a course designed with employers and businesses in mind. Your time will be split between classroom-based theory lessons and a relevant work placement - providing you with the skills and knowledge that employers are looking for.

Your T Level will help you to step straight into your chosen career, an apprenticeship or a degree.

What is an Industry Placement?

Industry Placements provide you with the knowledge and skills needed to enter employment or progress onto further training and apprenticeships.

Throughout your Industry Placement, you will gain confidence, enhance your CV and have the opportunity to try out your chosen career. You will find yourself with better career prospects, improved employability skills and a competitive edge when applying for further study, potential jobs or an apprenticeship.

Industry Placements last for 315 hours across 45 days during the academic year. You will be with your placement provider for two days per week.*

*Subject to change.

What T levels do we offer?

We currently offer the following T Levels:

Health and Social Care and Childcare

Business and Management

Computing and IT

Construction and the Built Environment


Skills for Life

If you’re aged 14-19, the ‘Get the Jump’ - Skills for Life pages on the National Careers Service website break down the training and education choices that are out there for you, all in one place.