How To Enrol
Enrolments will be welcome as soon as you receive the new prospectus for the Spring 2017 term which will be with you shortly and also available here on our web site.
The office is open from 9.00am to 3.00pm from Monday – Friday during term time. Payments must be received at the time of enrolment.
The easiest and quickest way to secure your place on any course is to telephone the Adult Education Team on 01606 810020 / 810025 and make a credit or debit card booking.
Enrolment form can be downloaded here or by telephoning the Adult Education Office: 01606 810020 / 810025. Please complete and return to the Adult Education department with a cheque.
For further information
If you would like to request a detailed course information sheet or have a query about any of our courses, please do not hesitate to contact us on the above number, in person, or via our website.
Course fees for short courses: (14 weeks or less) must be paid in full at the time of enrolment – you can pay either in person, by telephone or post, using cash, cheque, credit or debit card (excluding American Express and Diners Club).
Course fees for long courses: (15 weeks or more) can be paid in full at the time of enrolment or as 50% at enrolment and 50% via a post-dated cheque.
- If you are in receipt of some state benefits you may be entitled to full or partial remission of tuition fees on some courses (evidence is required at enrolment). Further details can be obtained from the Adult Education Department.
- If you are an individual who has not reached GCSE level C or above in English or Maths and is undertaking GCSE English or Maths.
- There is no fee remission on dance, exercise, music, singing or Saturday classes. There is no remission for examination fees.
Refunds: If we have to cancel a course because of low enrolment, a full refund will be given to students who have pre-enrolled.
Refunds cannot be given if you withdraw within 2 weeks of the start of any course or once the course has started.
A non-refundable administration fee of £20 per course is incorporated into all fees and is charged to all part time students, including those who qualify for full remission of tuition fees. This is not refundable to those who withdraw from a course before the actual start date.
Courses with fewer than the relevant minimum number of students may, at the discretion of the College, have the option of continuing on payment of a supplementary fee.
The College cannot guarantee that the courses listed in this prospectus will run, or that they will necessarily be repeated in future programmes.
Fees may be subject to change because of government funding reviews, which can happen at any time, or because of price changes made by awarding bodies. Current fees will always be confirmed at enrolment and updated here on our website as soon as we are aware of any changes.
The entire College is a no-smoking area and therefore smoking is forbidden anywhere on the College site, including the Leisure Centre. Students and tutors who wish to smoke should do so off the College site without causing a nuisance to members of the public or to nearby residents and businesses.