Complete Your Further Education at West London College

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West London College provides teaching that is unique from other institutions of learning, providing students of all ages who are yet to complete a below-degree level qualification the opportunity to pursue further education. This is the ideal setting for both young students aged 16-18 and adults that may need an understanding and supportive environment to aid in the completion of their studies.

West London College is the umbrella term representing the following four colleges located throughout West London: Ealing Green College, Hammersmith and Fulham College, Park Royal College, and Southall Community College. 

Each of these colleges caters towards providing education in school leaving subjects, as well as some higher education subjects.

Despite opening its teachings to 16-18 year olds, the university caters particularly to those seeking further education, meaning that it helps people who are above the average age of the secondary school student to earn an education at below degree level. 

Thus, for adults who would require a more flexible learning environment for their studies, this college works to cater to those needs as it provides supportive teaching that can be completed at a part-time rate if the student so wishes.

For 16-19 year olds (aka post-16s), or adults aged 19+ who wish to complete a non-degree further education qualification.

The following subjects are available for study

  • Accounting and Bookkeeping
  • Access to Higher Education Diploma
  • Applied Sciences
  • Art and Design
  • Building and Construction
  • Business
  • Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA) 
  • Childcare
  • Computing and Information Technology (IT)
  • Creative Media
  • Distance Learning Qualifications
  • Engineering
  • Engineering and Motor Vehicle
  • English - GCSE and Functional Skills
  • English as a Foreign Language (EFL)
  • English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)
  • Hairdressing and Barbering
  • Health and Social Care
  • Hospitality and Catering
  • Inclusive Learning (supporting students who need additional learning support)
  • Makeup and Beauty Therapy
  • Mathematics - GCSE and Functional Skills
  • Professional Courses
  • Public Services
  • Sports and Fitness
  • Teaching Skills Academy
  • Training for Job Seekers
  • Travel and Tourism

Between these subjects, there are various course types that can be uptaken, such as:

  • Access to Higher Education courses - these prepare students for access to Higher Education learning, but do not guarantee the student entrance into Higher Education institutions
  • GCSEs - course that enable students to earn their school-leaving certificates
  • Higher Education courses - courses that enable adult students to earn a higher education diploma
  • Professional Courses - courses that provide practical skills to prepare students for the job market
  • Short Courses - courses completed over a short period of time, which often award certificates for completion
  • Vocational Courses - courses that provide students with the skillsets to enter into a specific profession

Additionally, there are two Higher Education qualifications available, which include:

  • Diploma in Education and Training (DET) – two-year part-time course (Subject: Teaching Skills Academy)
  • Higher National Diploma (HND) Healthcare Practice Level 5 – two-year full-time course (Subject: Health and Social Care)

For further information about course eligibility and about the college in general, visit the West London College official website here.

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