at university level
Benefiting from small class sizes, you will have lots of support from peers and tutors, fantastic facilities and lower course fees here and at University Centre Telford at Southwater.
Learner manager Caroline Bastow explains the difference between higher education and access courses and the entry requirements you’ll need to start each level.
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Check out our amazing state-of-the-art facilities.
Sport and Public Services
Fantastic facilities with a sports dome, sports hall, gym and 3G pitches, click on the link below and meet Ashley Bowler the learner manager for sport and public uniformed services.
With some of the best facilities including our £3.5m automotive centre and new specialist construction workshops, click on the link below to meet Richard Joyce the learner manager for construction and automotive.
A bright and spacious social area, with Starbucks and a great selection of food to suit all at affordable prices. Meet your friends or study independently, enjoy this space as you wish.
The Orange Tree
Our on-site restaurant The Orange Tree is the perfect training ground for anyone seeking a career, click on the link below and meet Charlotte Anson the learner manager for hair, beauty and catering.
Build a construction career in an area where the UK is currently experiencing big staff shortages. With our own bespoke construction training centre with facilities for you to learn electrical through to painting and decorating, Telford College is the place for you to learn your trade skills.
Aviation and Engineering
Get hands-on in our £3 million bespoke Discovery Centre, click on the link below to meet Rob Lees the director for engineering and aviation.
Explore our incredible facilities, such as the Creative Hub, and have access to the very latest technology and materials. Click on the link below to meet Andrew Turner the learner manager for art, design, media and music.
Excellent facility for all you budding scientists with A level options and applied science which is more practical, both offering excellent university progression opportunities.
Beauty and Hairdressing
We have fantastic campus training salons, you’ll benefit from a real working environment. Click on the link below and meet Charlotte Anson the learner manager for hair, beauty and catering.
At Telford College, you don’t have to choose between academic achievement and career success. We offer you the best of both worlds. Our 7th form is a new concept that builds on a traditional 6th form model to help you plan for your long-term career. Click on the link below to meet Holly Davies the head of the 7th form.
Foundation learning is suitable for students who are supported by an EHCP who require additional support to prepare for employment. Click on the link below and meet Sarah Jones the head of high needs.
A spacious learning resource hub, with access to 100 computers. Student services are also based here including: The BeSafe team, admissions, grants and careers.
State-of-the-art virtual reality suite with immersive technology where every student will have access to enhance their college experience.
If you are interested in an apprenticeship, come and meet the team in the Ambition Centre. Click on this link and meet Beckie Bosworth, our apprenticeship recruitment and Ambition Centre manager.
Well equipped class rooms, with smart boards and computers used for business studies, accounting and any other theory based sessions. Click on this link to meet Teresa Hughes, learner manager for business, administration, accounting and IT.
Please come to main reception where you’ll be warmly welcomed and helped with your enquiry. Everyone on campus needs a lanyard for safety and identification.
Health & Social Care and Early Years
Health and social care and early years workers have never been in demand so much, our students move into professional careers and university with the qualifications they achieve with us. Work placements and trips form important parts of the curriculum and with our close relationship with University of Wolverhampton achieving a degree in your chosen area is never out of the question.
We have state-of-the-art sports facilities for our courses where you’ll get to train, play and challenge yourself for fitness enhancement. Enrichment is a big part of college life, you’ll be invited to represent the college in a number of different sports including football, basketball, cricket and more.
Haybridge restaurant is a light, fresh and vibrant place to go with a selection of food and drink to meet all dietary requirements at competitive prices. Open all day, you can come and socialize with your friends or take breaks between lessons.
Make your dreams come alive in our Music Centre. Study music from level two through to degree level either as a session musician or a producer in our own recording studios. You’ll perform regularly and develop your skills and confidence to move into a professional career within the music industry.
Our sports hall hosts a full size basketball court, training courts, futsal pitch, badminton and teared seating for supporters. Represent the college in the sport of your choice as part of your enrichment timetable.
The Willow Tree provides a safe and stimulating working environment for learners and all staff ensure students experience a rich and exciting curriculum tailored to their specific needs. Staff ensure a multi-sensory approach to learning, providing a Total Communication Environment which facilitates communication for all and following strategies as outlined in individual student behaviour support or ASD plans.