Vocational learning

If you want to train for a specific career, choose a vocational learning programme.

Vocational learning means work-related learning. Our programmes give you the practical skills, theory and workplace understanding you need to be ready for employment.

BTECs, NVQs and City and Guilds are all examples of vocational qualifications (also known generally as vocationally-related qualifications – VRQs). Assessment is by assignment, and English and maths are built in to the programmes.

First-class training facilities. Commercial experience. Enterprise opportunities. The chance to progress as far as you can. This is what you get when you train with our college. 

Our teaching and learning is built around you. You’ll get the practical skills, theory, professional training and workplace understanding you need to be ready for employment.

We achieve this with:

  • professional work spaces – design studios, beauty salons, restaurant kitchens and engineering workshops, all equipped to industry standards
  • digital technology – Google hangouts, Moodle and specially-designed learning zones with iPads and other digital technology
  • industry partnerships – employer-endorsed programmes deliver the right skills
  • supportive and experienced teachers who’ve done the jobs you want to do
  • brand new learning companies which are run by students

Come to college and get first-class training using cutting-edge teaching techniques and equipment.

Apply for a vocational programme and start your transformation today.

Vocational SUBJECT AREAS

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