From information about what life is like at the College, to specific insights into our courses, you can find all of our webinars here.
A series of informative live talks from our staff at the November Virtual Open Day.
Helen Brown (Head of Study Programmes) provides an informative discussion on T-Levels in general and the College's 2021 T-Level offer.
A series of webinars held throughout the summer in 2020, covering a wide range of topics.
Date: July 22nd 2020
Presenters: Megan Ette (Careers Advisor), Dani Smith (Bursary Co-ordinator)
Subjects covered include how apprenticeships work, how to apply for a bursary and what types of course fees it will cover, applying for a SEND programme and general information on the most appropriate route to the career you want to achieve.
Date: August 5th 2020
Presenters: Angela Hayles (Head of Faculty for TOBES), Sue Funge (Curriculum Manager for OAL)
Exploring Adult Learning opportunities, topics included financial support for part-time courses, the range of professional courses such as ILM and AAT, the importance of part-time study for improving mental health and more.
Date: August 12th 2020
Presenters: Zoe Profit (Admissions), Rebecca Philbrook (Head of Higher Education & Marketing)
Here we explore the options available to students in the run-up to Clearing for Higher Education courses, how the UCAS application process works, and options available to students if they want to change their studies.
Date: August 19th 2020
Presenters: Elaine Day (Curriculum Manager 16-18 GCSE English and Maths), Helen Brown (Head of Study Programmes)
Topics include what different levels of courses actually mean, what grades are necessary to get onto a Level 3 programme and how we teach and support students to achieve their English and Maths qualifications.
Date: August 26th 2020
Presenters: Nikki Almond (Quality Lead Student Experience), Sue Godfrey (Exams & Admissions Manager), Danni Smith (Bursaries Administrator)
The questions raised covered subjects such as what grades are necessary to get onto a Level 3 programme, the options available if you need to re-take your English or maths qualifications and what Covid-19 safety arrangements are in place for the start of the new term.