How do I enrol?
Enrolment is on a first come, first served basis and subject to demand.
To find out when the next enroment date is:
Call: 0114 2642194
Text: ENROL+Your Name to 07379290897
What can I expect at enrolment?
When you contact us you will be given an appointment time.
At your appointment you will have a very informal interview where we can find out a little more about you and gives you have the opportunity to meet the tutors and staff. You will be asked to complete either an online or paper based assessment, this determines what knowledge and skills you already have and which areas you need to improve. The results will determine which course you join. We always aim to give you the correct information, advice and guidance on courses to suit for your individual needs.
Please note: The average appointment and assessment can take between 1 and 3 hours, depending on the number of assessments you are taking. Unfortunately you are not able to bring children to your appointment.
What you need to bring to enrolment?
You need one form of ID (passport, driving licence, or a current bank card). If you are in receipt of means tested benefit you will need to bring at least one proof of benefit. You may also be asked to bring your most recent Maths and English certificates along with you.
Please be aware we will take a photograph at the time of enrolment and ask you to provide a password for additional security.
How many people are in a class?
We like to keep our class sizes to a maximum of 12 learners so we can offer the best quality of learning and support possible
Is there a cost?
An annual membership fee of £5 per person is payable at the time of enrolment.
Examination & Re-sit fees
You will sit an exam/assessment as part of your course.
Exam resit fees of 100% apply for all learners. (You can make an application to the hardship fund if you cannot afford the fees).
A resit contract must be completed and payment received before exams are ordered.
To complete an enrolment form please click here