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JANUARY COURSE GUIDE


January Enrolment

Main Enrolment dates

Matthew Boulton Campus

Monday 9th January 5pm to 7.30pm

10.00am to 4:00pm

Monday 9th January to Saturday 21st January

Tuesday 10th January 5pm to 7.30pm

10.00am to 4:00pm

Thursday 12th January 5pm to 7.30pm

10.00am to 4:00pm

Saturday 14th January 10am to 1pm

10.00am to 1:00pm

Monday 16th January 5pm to 7.30pm

10.00am to 4:00pm

Tuesday 17th January 5pm to 7.30pm

10.00am to 4:00pm

See across for details

Thursday 19th January 5pm to 7.30pm

10.00am to 4:00pm

Saturday 21st January 10am to 1pm

10.00am to 1:00pm

For further information

0845 155 0101

www.bmetc.ac.uk

Erdington Skills Centre 9.30am to 7.30pm

• • 10am to 1pm

• • 10am to 1pm

Full time courses starting in January 2012 Course Title

Open Event

James Watt Campus

Castle Vale Language Campus Centre 9.30am to 6.00pm

Sutton Coldfield Campus

Campus

Course Title

Campus

Award in Thermal Auricular Therapy, Level 2

JW

NVQ Level 2 in Gas Maintenance Level 2

JW

Complementary Therapies Level 2

JW

ACS Gas Safety Assessment (Natural Gas)

JW

Thursday 26 January 2012

Diploma in Complementary Therapies Level 3

JW

ACS Gas Safety Assessment (Natural Gas)

JW

5pm to 8pm

Certificate in Basic Construction Skills Level 1

ESC

ACS Gas Safety Assessment (Natural Gas)

JW

Diploma in Basic Construction Skills Level 1

ESC

JW

Certificate Portable Appliance Testing (Managers) C&G Level 3

Certificate in Hairdressing and Barbering, Level 1

JW

Certificate in Manicure Pedicure & Nail Art, Level 2

JW

Certificate Portable Appliance Testing (Operatives) C&G 2377 Level 3

JW

Certificate in Women’s Hairdressing, Level 2

JW

Entry Level 1 ESOL - Full-time

LC

Certificate Personal Development and Teamwork-Prince’s Trust, Level 1

ESC

Entry Level 2 ESOL - Full-time

LC

Prince’s Trust Team, Level 1

CV

Entry Level 3 ESOL - Full-time

LC

Level 2 ESOL

LC

Step into Sports Science (BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Sport)

MB

CYQ Certificate in Personal Training, Level 3

JW

NVQ Level 2 Activity Leadership

JW

BTEC Subsidiary Diploma in Sport and Exercise Science, Level 3

JW

Alternative versions available: If you have difficulty reading this prospectus, please contact the College Additional Support Co-ordinator who will discuss with you alternative ways by which we can meet your needs, for example providing large print or CD formats. This information is a brief summary only and is subject to change. Birmingham Metropolitan College retain the right to alter fees without prior notice. Admission to courses is subject to applicants meeting the entry criteria and is at the Colleges’ discretion.

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Improve your Skills Boost your career options Whatever your reason for considering coming to College, which might include progressing or changing your career, up-skilling to provide new opportunities in the employment market, returning to work after a break or continuing with the next level of course, we hope you will come to one of our campuses across north and central Birmingham. Our recent Ofsted Inspection recognised our excellence in working with employers : “Many learners have gained significantly from the

College’s outstanding partnerships with a large number of external organisations and employers.” Our courses are designed to fit in with your work and family commitments. Many of our courses are full-time or part-time and run during evenings or weekends. All courses lead to recognised qualifications and relate to national occupational standards. You can study at one of the main college campuses in north and central Birmingham Sutton Coldfield Campus – SC Matthew Boulton Campus – MB

James Watt Campus – JW Or at one of our satellite centres The Language Centre, Highgate – LC Castle Vale Skills Centre – CV Erdington Skills Centre – ESC Millennium Point – MP Central Library Suite, Floor 1 – CL Birmingham Chamber of Commerce – BC Maps and addresses for our three main campuses are published at the back of the directory to help you to identify your most suitable location.

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Finance & Fees Learn new skills - change your career Having the right skills for employment is more important now than ever before. Our programmes focus on the skills required by local employers and you will gain qualifications which meet their needs.

Fees New Government funding to help adult learners Adult learners may get their tuition fees fully funded on Government supported courses if they are actively looking for employment or are in receipt of benefits.

Learners who are in receipt of benefits, and/or unemployed, wishing to access free training will be encouraged to enrol onto courses that directly link to employers’ needs and skills gaps in the region. Payment of fees Students who are unable to qualify for fee remission will be required to pay fees at enrolment. We accept payment by credit/debit cards or cash. Instalment arrangements are available where the fees payable are in excess of £150 and the course duration is 12 weeks or more. To pay by instalments you need to make an initial payment at enrolment and set up a direct debit for the further instalment(s). To do this you will need to bring with you to enrolment a bank

statement for an account from which direct debits can be taken. We only require the statement to verify your address and account details. We do not require a copy. If you do not bring your bank statement when you come to enrol, payment by instalment will not be available. A £25 penalty fee is payable to the College where direct debit(s) are unduly cancelled. Instalments will be based on the following schedule Course duration

Initial First Second Third payment Instalment Instalment Instalment

12-18 wks 50%

50%

n/a

n/a

19 weeks+ 25%

25%

25%

25%

Examination and awarding body fees Examination and awarding body fees must be paid at enrolment. However, if you receive benefits you may be able to apply to the Learner Support Fund to have the fees paid or reimbursed. Please ask at enrolment for details. Employer funding If your employer is sponsoring you for your course, please bring a letter confirming this, which has been signed by your employer on their letter headed paper, asking the College to invoice them (or a company cheque for the full amount).

Sutton Coldfield Campus

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Apprenticeships Essential for business Are you looking to become an apprentice? (16-18s and adults) • Studying on an apprenticeship programme allows you to experience real work in your area of interest • Learn through a combination of “on and off” the job training • Get paid work and gain a qualification at the same time Employers – find out how to recruit apprentices • Find out how apprentices can make your organisation more effective, productive and competitive by addressing your skills gaps directly • Discover how easy it is to recruit an apprentice • Find out about the funding available to support the training, including how to fund the first year salary of a 16-18 year-old apprentice.

The current apprenticeships being offered to learners with a contract of employment in the relevant sector are as follows: • AAT (Accountancy) Levels 2, 3 and 4 • Advanced Fitness Level 3 • Business & Administration Levels 2 and 3 • Cleaning & Environmental Services Level 2 • Customer Service Levels 2 and 3 • Dental Nursing Levels 2 and 3 • Electrical & Electronics (Digital) Level 2 • Engineering - general and Caterpillar Inc. Levels 2 and 3 • Food and Drink Manufacturing Levels 2 and 3 • Health Levels 2 and 3 • Health & Social Care Levels 2 and 3 • Retail Financial Services/Insurance Levels 2 and 3 • Improving Operational Performance Level 2 • Instructing Exercise & Fitness • IT & Telecoms Professionals Levels 2 and 3 • IT User Level 2 • Laboratory & Science Technicians Levels 2 and 3

• Management inc Team Leading Level 2, 3 and 4 • Pharmacy Technician Level 3 • Retail Level 2 • Warehousing & Storage Level 2 The following apprenticeship frameworks will also be available soon: • Contact Centres Levels 2 and 3 • Facilities Management Level 3 • Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools Levels 2 and 3 For more information on apprenticeships t: 0121 362 1125 e: training@bmetc.ac.uk w: www.bmetc.ac.uk

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BMET Job Skills Academy Are you looking for a job, aged over 19 and claiming a benefit for the unemployed? Do you want free training to learn new skills matched to the local jobs market? If the answer is yes, then our BMET Job Skills Academy can help you. We offer short courses for people who are looking for work which will give you both a recognised qualification and a competitive edge in securing employment. Courses are targeted on those occupations where vacancies are known to exist locally

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so we can help you win those jobs with the right training. They are run on regular dates throughout the year and attending them will not affect your benefits. Short courses are offered in a range of occupations and subjects to help you find a job in • Retail sales • Business and office administration • Information technology • Warehouse and distribution • Construction multi-skills • Customer services • Adult social care • Cleaning • Childcare • Travel

• Employability skills • Language skills for work • Mathematics for work • English for work We are adding to this list all the time so please check our website for further opportunities. All courses have good progression routes so learners will be able to continue training once in employment. In addition, BMET offers a wide range of longer parttime and full-time courses to help you retrain – see our Adult Prospectus for details. Please ring 0121 362 1125 for advice or to book a place.


Higher Education Financial support for higher education learners The government offers a wide range of student financial support in the form of grants, loans and university/higher education institution bursaries. If you’re going into higher education, you can apply for financial support from the government through Student Finance England. The main sources of help available are grants and bursaries which you don’t pay back and loans which are paid back. Help for full-time students • Tuition Fee Loan – to help with the cost of tuition fees • Maintenance Grant – to help with living costs • Maintenance Loan – to help with accommodation and other living costs Help for part-time students • Fee Grant – to help with the cost of tuition fees • Course Grant – to help with other study costs, such as books, materials and travel • Professional and Career Development Loan – to help with the cost of tuition fees and living costs Please note that the amount you receive depends on where you live and study and your household income. To ensure you have all the information you need to work out what financial support you may be eligible for, how you get it and when you need to repay, a new service – STUDENT FINANCE ENGLAND – has been created. A wide range of material is available to download from their website www.direct.gov.uk/ studentfinance or you can call 0845 300 50 90

Financial support is available from Student Finance England for full and part-time undergraduate HE students. Students on Postgraduate and professional courses may also be entitled to support through Career Development Loans and certain other grants. For more details please contact the College.

What entry qualifications are required? Although A Levels and other academic qualifications are frequently a route into higher education, they are not the only way to further your studies. Work-related qualifications and work experience can also provide a good route into higher education.

We offer over 35 Higher Education programmes from Higher National Certificates and Diplomas, Foundation Degrees in Arts, Science and Engineering through to BSc Honours Degrees and Postgraduate qualifications.

Foundation Degrees Foundation degrees have been developed in conjunction with employers to ensure the skills they require are met through the programme of study. Highly practical, these qualifications increase your career opportunities and earning potential.

Most of the provision is offered in collaboration with local universities. Students will have access to support within the College and where a course is run in partnership, they will be enrolled as students of the partner university. Most of our HNDs, HNCs, and Foundation Degrees have progression into higher level programmes, many into the final stage of an Honours Degree programme. Many of our programmes are vocationally related and provide an ideal opportunity to study whilst at the same time developing or changing career. These qualifications are awarded by a number of universities including: • Aston University • Birmingham City University • Coventry University • Manchester Metropolitan University • Staffordshire University • University of Worcester • University of Wolverhampton

• Counselling Studies (part-time) • Dental Technology (part-time) • Early Years (part-time) • Education (Teaching Assistants) (part-time) • Education and Business Management (part-time) • Electronic and Control Engineering (full-time, delivered on a one day per week basis) • Health and Social Care (part-time) • ICT (full-time and part-time) • Manufacturing Engineering (full-time, delivered on a one day per week basis) • Pharmaceutical Technology (part-time) • Sport and Exercise Science (full-time) Honours Degrees • BSc (Hons) Financial Services (flexible delivery) • BSc (Hons) Podiatry (full-time) Higher National Certificates or Diplomas (HNCs or HNDs) These programmes are work-related (vocational) higher education qualifications. While bachelors degrees tend to focus on gaining knowledge, HNCs and HNDs are designed to give you the skills to put that knowledge to effective use in a particular job.

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HNCs take two years part-time to complete. HNDs take two years full-time and three years part-time to complete. • HNC Building Services (part-time) • HNC Business and Management (part-time) • HND Business (full-time and top-up) • HND Business and Management (full-time) • HND Creative Media Production (Computer Games Animation) (full-time) • HND Fine Art (full-time) • HND Forensic Science (full-time) • HND Graphic Design (full-time and part-time) • HND Legal Studies (full-time) • HND Media and Communication (full-time) • HND Performing Arts (Performance) (full-time) Part-Time Professional and Postgraduate Programmes • Certificate in Education • Certificate in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector (CTLLS) • Intermediate Certificate in Human Resource Management (Level 4)

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• Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management • Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS) • Professional Graduate Certificate in Education Access to University Courses Access to University is one of the most popular adult courses, with over five hundred students enrolling every year. It enables adults with experience outside of formal education to progress to university in only one year. Students can progress to a wide range of degree courses including: • Business Studies • Counselling • Education Studies • Engineering • ICT • Health/Nursing • Law • Science • Social Care • Sport and Exercise Science

You can choose to study on one of our Higher Education courses, delivered in partnership with local universities. To guarantee your place on these popular courses, we would advise you to apply early. To find out more call us now to receive an application form and brochure of Higher Education and Access Courses and also for information on study support and financial assistance for Access students. All applicants for Access to HE programmes will be required to undertake an initial assessment and an in-depth interview.

t: 0845 155 0101 e: heenquiries@bmetc.ac.uk w: www.bmetc.ac.uk


International students Free courses and fees quoted apply to UK and European Union residents only. Overseas students should contact the International Office on 0121 503 8522 for further advice and information. Please bring your passport and relevant documents identifying your UK residence status with you to enrolment.

Asylum seekers If you are an Asylum Seeker you will need to provide proof of your status. We will need to see your IND/ARC

card or Home Office documentation. If you meet the Asylum Seeker criteria and are aged 19 years or over, you may be entitled to free tuition. You will need to provide either a NASS/AS post office receipt, which is less than one month old, or an official letter* confirming you are currently in receipt of subsistence support or vouchers. *The letter must not be dated more than six months prior to the date on which you enrol onto the course.

Please ensure that you bring your evidence with you when you come to enrol. Without it, we will not be able to waive your tuition fee. If you do not have the evidence with you at the time of enrolment we may not be able to guarantee your place on your chosen course. The information on this page is a brief summary only and is subject to change. Birmingham Metropolitan College retain the right to alter fees without prior notice. Admission to courses is subject to applicants meeting the entry criteria and is at the College’s discretion.

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Birmingham Metropolitan College

We offer qualifications at a variety of levels from Pre-Entry and Level 1 through to University Level programmes Entry Requirements will vary depending on the chosen course

Level

Entry Qualifications

Qualifications

Entry 1,2,3 and Level 1

No formal qualifications or a range of GCSEs at D-G

Foundation Learning Programme Literacy, Numeracy or ESOL and Vocational Certificates

Foundation Learning Tier

Pre-Access Course NVQ Level 2 BTEC Level 2 GCSEs Apprenticeships

Employment or Career Change

Access Courses BTEC Level 3 NVQ Level 3 AS and A Levels Advanced Apprenticeships

Employment or onto Higher Education or Career Change

Higher National Certificates & Diplomas Foundation Degree Honours Degree NVQ Level 4 Specialist professional qualifications Advanced Apprenticeships

Employment or Career Change

Pathways to

Level 2

Range of GCSEs at Grade D

Pathways to

Level 3

Pathways to

Level 4-6

Pathways to

Educational standard equivalent to 4 GCSEs at Grade C or above

Advanced level qualifications to degree level

Level 7-8

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Postgraduate

PGCE Teacher Training

Employment or onto Further Study


January Courses Level

Campus

Start

End

Hrs p/w

Start Time

Tuition Fee

Other Fees

Days

Bookkeeping and Accounts

1

MB

23-Jan-12

14-May-12

2.5

18:00

£70.00

£45.00

Mon

Sage Computerised Accounts

1

MB

23-Jan-12

19-Mar-12

3

18:00

£70.00

£45.00

Mon

Course Title Accounting & Financial Services

Apprenticeship in Accounting

2

MB

16-Jan-12

02-Jul-12

6

TBC

£400.00

£0.00

Mon

Sage Computerised Accounts

2

MB

16-Apr-12

18-Jun-12

3

18:00

£150.00

£45.00

Mon

Bookkeeping and Accounts

1

SC

26-Jan-12

10-May-12

2.5

18:00

£70.00

£45.00

Thu

Sage Computerised Accounts

1

SC

26-Jan-12

22-Mar-12

3

TBC

£70.00

£45.00

Thu or Sat

Sage Computerised Accounts

2

SC

16-Apr-12

18-Jun-12

3

18:00

£150.00

£45.00

Mon

Sage Computerised Accounts

2

SC

26-Apr-12

21-Jun-12

3

18:00

£150.00

£45.00

Thu

2

JW

30-Jan-12

18-Jun-12

3

TBC

£185.00

£114.00

Mon

Complementary Therapies Anatomy & Physiology Certificate Award in Thermal Auricular Therapy

2

JW

02-Apr-12

04-Apr-12

18

09:30

£350.00

£0.00

Mon Tue Wed

Award in Thermal Auricular Therapy

2

JW

13-Feb-12

15-Feb-12

18

09:30

£350.00

£0.00

Mon Tue Wed

Complementary Therapies

2

JW

30-Jan-12

22-Jun-12

27

09:15

£1,100.00 £139.00

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

Diploma Provide Basic Aromatherapy (SA)

2

JW

03-Feb-12

22-Jun-12

6

TBC

£630.00

£114.00

Fri

Diploma Provide Massage Therapy Techniques

2

JW

02-Feb-12

21-Jun-12

6

TBC

£605.00

£114.00

Thu

Provide Basic Reflexology Techniques

2

JW

31-Jan-12

19-Jun-12

6

09:15

£630.00

£114.00

Tue

Diploma in Complementary Therapies (SA)

3

JW

30-Jan-12

22-Jun-12

27

09:15

£1,100.00 £107.00

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

Diploma Provide Aromatherapy Techniques

3

JW

03-Feb-12

22-Jun-12

6

09:15

£580.00

£107.00

Fri

Diploma Provide Massage Therapy Techniques

3

JW

02-Feb-12

21-Jun-12

6

09:15

£580.00

£107.00

Thu

E

MB

27-Jan-12

09-Mar-12

6

09:00

£0.00

£0.00

Fri

Computing and ICT BTEC IT Users (ITQ) Introduction to Web Design and Development

2

MB

26-Jan-12

14-Jun-12

3

TBC

£250.00

£0.00

Thu

Preparation for Level 3 Access (IT route)

1

MB

23-Jan-12

25-Jun-12

3

14:00

£250.00

£0.00

Mon Tue

Introduction to Web Design and Development

2

MB

23-Jan-12

21-May-12

3

18:00

£250.00

£0.00

Mon

Preparation for Level 3 Access (IT route)

1

SC

23-Jan-12

25-Jun-12

3

14:00

£250.00

£0.00

Mon Tue

Cisco IT Essentials Part 1

2

SC

17-Jan-12

26-Jun-12

3

18:00

£250.00

£0.00

Tue

Introduction into Website Development

2

SC

17-Jan-12

24-Apr-12

3

18:00

£250.00

£0.00

Tue

Introduction to Web Design and Development

2

SC

23-Jan-12

21-May-12

3

18:00

£250.00

£0.00

Mon

Programming for Adults

2

SC

17-Jan-12

26-Jun-12

3

18:00

£250.00

£0.00

Tue

Key: SC Sutton Coldfield Campus, MB Matthew Boulton Campus, JW James Watt Campus, LC Language Centre, CV Castle Vale, ER Erdington Skills Centre, TBC to be confirmed. On many of our courses you will be required to pay for course resources or an additional registration or examination fee. You will be advised of this at enrolment.

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Birmingham Metropolitan College Level

Campus

Start

End

Hrs p/w

Start Time

Tuition Fee

Other Fees

Days

Certificate in Basic Construction Skills

1

ESC

06-Feb-12

30-Mar-12

12

09:00

£245.00

£109.00

Mon Tue Thu Fri

Diploma in Basic Construction Skills

1

ESC

05-Mar-12

09-Jul-12

12

TBC

£245.00

£109.00

Mon Tue

Course Title Construction

Counselling Mental Health Awareness and Personal Social and Health Education Certificate in Mental Health Awareness

1

MB

09-Jan-12

06-Feb-12

3

17:30

£55.00

£21.00

Mon

Award in Mental Health Awareness

1

MB

03-Jan-12

07-Feb-12

3

18:00

£55.00

£21.00

Tue

Award in Mental Health Awareness

1

MB

16-Apr-12

28-May-12

3

TBC

£55.00

£21.00

Mon

Award in Mental Health Awareness

1

MB

20-Feb-12

26-Mar-12

3

17:30

£55.00

£21.00

Mon

Award in Mental Health Awareness

1

MB

21-Feb-12

20-Mar-12

3

18:00

£55.00

£21.00

Tue

Award in Mental Health Awareness

1

MB

17-Apr-12

22-May-12

3

18:00

£55.00

£21.00

Tue

Award in Substance Misuse

1

MB

23-Feb-12

29-Mar-12

3

18:00

£30.00

£21.00

Thu

Award in Substance Misuse

1

MB

16-Jan-12

23-Jan-12

3

18:00

£30.00

£21.00

Thu

Award in Substance Misuse

1

MB

19-Apr-12

24-May-12

3

TBC

£30.00

£21.00

Thu

Award in Mental Health Awareness

1

SC

21-Feb-12

27-Mar-12

3

17:30

£0.00

£0.00

Tue

Award in Mental Health Awareness

1

SC

03-Jan-12

07-Feb-12

3

18:00

£0.00

£0.00

Tue

Award in Mental Health Awareness

1

SC

03-Jan-12

07-Feb-12

3

18:00

£0.00

£0.00

Tue

Award in Mental Health Awareness

1

SC

24-Apr-12

29-May-12

3

TBC

£55.00

£21.00

Tue

2

MB

19-Jan-12

15-Mar-12

3

TBC

£210.00

£46.00

Thu

Creative and Performing Arts Creating your own home studio Creative Digital and Darkroom Photography Techniques

-

MB

17-Jan-12

26-Mar-12

2.5

18:00

£230.00

£0.00

Tue

FEED Certificate in Graphic Design Part 2

2

MB

24-Jan-12

29-May-12

2.5

17:45

£350.00

£0.00

Tue

Introduction to Pattern Cutting and Garment Construction

1

MB

17-Jan-12

27-Mar-12

2.5

18:00

£230.00

£0.00

Tue

FEED Certificate in Adobe Illustrator

1

MB

17-Jan-12

28-Feb-12

2

18:00

£95.00

£0.00

Tue

Advanced Digital Photography

3

SC

16-Apr-12

02-Jul-12

2.5

18:00

£230.00

£0.00

Thu

Advanced Life Drawing

3

SC

16-Apr-12

02-Jul-12

2.5

18:00

£230.00

£0.00

Tue

Advanced Photoshop

3

SC

16-Apr-12

02-Jul-12

2.5

18:00

£230.00

£0.00

Tue

Experimental Drawing Workshops

3

SC

16-Jan-12

09-Jul-11

2

18:00

£0.00

Mon

Introduction to Digital Photography

2

SC

TBC

TBC

2.5

18:00

£230.00

£0.00

Thu

Introduction to Life Drawing

2

SC

TBC

TBC

2.5

18:00

£230.00

£0.00

Tue

Introduction to Photoshop

2

SC

10-Jan-12

20-Mar-12

2.5

18:00

£230.00

£0.00

Tue

BTEC Certificate in Oral Health Promotion

3

MB

10-Feb-12

24-Feb-12

3

18:00

£100.00

£0.00

Fri

Certificate in Orthodontic Nursing

5

MB

31-Jan-12

01-May-12

3

18:00

£800.00

£0.00

Tue

Dental Technology and Dental Nursing

Key: SC Sutton Coldfield Campus, MB Matthew Boulton Campus, JW James Watt Campus, LC Language Centre, CV Castle Vale, ER Erdington Skills Centre, TBC to be confirmed.

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On many of our courses you will be required to pay for course resources or an additional registration or examination fee. You will be advised of this at enrolment.


January Courses Course Title

Level

Campus

Start

End

Hrs p/w

Start Time

Tuition Fee

Other Fees

2

MB

19-Jan-12

12-Jul-12

3.25

17:45

£1,025.00 £160.00

Days

Early Years and Childcare Diploma for the Children & Young Peoples' Workforce

Thu

Diploma for the Children & Young Peoples' Workforce

3

SC

19-Jan-12

12-Jul-12

3.25

17:45

£1,025.00 £160.00

Thu

Certificate for the Children & Young People's Workforce

2

ESC

17-Jan-12

10-Jul-12

3.25

17:45

£635.00

£138.00

Tue

Diploma for the Children & Young Peoples' Workforce

3

Offsite

19-Jan-12

12-Jul-12

3.25

17:45

£1,025.00 £160.00

Thu

Lorraine Sparks Foundation Diploma in Early Years

Lorraine always wanted to become a teacher. However, she left school at 16 moving from one job to another but never lost the desire to become a teacher. She went on, as an adult learner, to study for her GCES’s, Teaching Assistants course and a Foundation Degree in Early Years and was chosen, as one of only 20 students from 1,000 applicants, to study for a joint BA Hons/PGCE course at Worcester University.

Electrical Electrical Wiring Regulation Certificate

3

MB

19-Jan-12

29-Mar-12

2.5

18:00

£325.00

£34.00

Thu

Electrical Inspection and Testing

2

MB

16-Jan-12

26-Mar-12

2.5

18:00

£270.00

£36.00

Mon

C&G 2377 Portable Appliance Testing (Operatives)

3

JW

27-Mar-12

27-Mar-12

9

09:00

£125.00

£39.00

Tue

C&G 2382 Certificate in Electrical Wiring Regulations

3

JW

24-Apr-12

10-Jul-12

2.5

18:00

£325.00

£34.00

Tue

Certificate Portable Appliance Testing (Managers) C&G 2377

3

JW

26-Mar-12

26-Mar-12

9

09:00

£125.00

£39.00

Mon

Certificate Portable Appliance Testing (Managers) C&G 2377

3

JW

16-Apr-12

17-Apr-12

15

09:00

£250.00

£39.00

Mon and Tue

Certificate Portable Appliance Testing (Operatives) C&G 2377

3

JW

19-Apr-12

20-Apr-12

15

09:00

£250.00

£39.00

Thu and Fri

Certificate Electrical Inspection & Testing C&G 2391

3

JW

26-Apr-12

12-Jul-12

3

18:00

£400.00

£80.00

Thu

Electrical Inspection & Testing C&G 2391

3

JW

12-Jan-12

22-Mar-12

3

18:00

£400.00

£80.00

Thu

Electrical Inspection and Testing

2

JW

16-Jan-12

26-Mar-12

2.5

18:00

£270.00

£36.00

Mon

Electrical Wiring Regulations C&G 2382

3

JW

17-Jan-12

27-Mar-12

2.5

18:00

£325.00

£34.00

Tue

Fundamental Inspection Testing & Initial Verification

2

JW

16-Jan-12

26-Mar-12

3

08:30

£375.00

£36.00

Mon

Portable Appliance Testing (Operatives) C&G 2377

3

JW

1 Day

1 Day

9

09:00

£125.00

£39.00

Thu

3

JW

17-Jan-12

10-Jul-12

3

18:00

£395.00

£72.00

Tue

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)

E

MB

03-Jan-12

10-Jul-12

6

18:00

£100.00

£28.00

Mon Tue

Entry Level 1 English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)

E

MB

03-Jan-12

09-Jul-12

3

18:00

£100.00

£28.00

Engineering C&G Award in 2D CAD (AutoCAD) English for Speakers of Other Languages

Entry Level 1 ESOL - Full-time

E

LC

03-Jan-12

13-Jul-12

13.5

09:30

£600.00

£28.00

Entry Level 2 ESOL - Full-time

E

LC

03-Jan-12

13-Jul-12

13.5

09:30

£600.00

£28.00

Mon Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Tue Wed Thu

Key: SC Sutton Coldfield Campus, MB Matthew Boulton Campus, JW James Watt Campus, LC Language Centre, CV Castle Vale, ER Erdington Skills Centre, TBC to be confirmed. On many of our courses you will be required to pay for course resources or an additional registration or examination fee. You will be advised of this at enrolment.

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Birmingham Metropolitan College Course Title

Level

Campus

Start

End

Hrs p/w

Start Time

Tuition Fee

Other Fees

Entry Level 3 ESOL - Full-time

E

LC

03-Jan-12

13-Jul-12

13.5

09:30

£600.00

£28.00

Level 2 ESOL - Full-time

E

LC

04-Jan-12

13-Jul-12

13.5

09:30

£600.00

£28.00

Days Mon Tue Thu Fri Wed Thu Fri

Exercise and Fitness CYQ Certificate in Fitness Instructing (Gym)

2

MB

27-Jan-12

13-Jul-12

6

09:30

£365.00

£0.00

Fri

CYQ Certificate in Personal Training

3

MB

31-Jan-12

06-Jul-12

9

TBC

£0.00

£0.00

Tue & Fri

CYQ Award in Fitness and Physical Activity

1

JW

26-Apr-12

05-Jul-12

6

09:00

£140.00

£48.00

Thu

CYQ Award in Fitness & Physical Activity

1

JW

30-Jan-12

23-Apr-12

6

09:30

£140.00

£48.00

Mon

CYQ Certificate in Instructing Health Related Exercise and Physical Activity for Children

2

JW

17-Mar-12

07-Jul-12

3

09:00

£250.00

£0.00

Sat

CYQ Certificate in Personal Training

3

JW

16-Apr-12

06-Jul-12

14

TBC

£0.00

£0.00

Tue Wed Thu

VTCT Certificate in Sports Massage

3

JW

30-Jan-12

28-Jun-12

7.5

17:00 Mon £140.00 17:30 Thu

BTEC Subsidiary Diploma in Sport and Exercise Science

Siobhan Brindley Fitness Training

3

JW

23-Jan-12

13-Jul-12

16

TBC

£140.00

£48.00

Mon Thu

£48.00

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat

Siobhan successfully progressed from a level 2 fitness instructor course to the Diploma in Personal Training. “Training clients on a regular one to one basis in the gym at the James Watt Campus has given me lots of confidence. I am keen to work with different athletes; from runners to disabled people.”

Gas NVQ Level 2 in Gas Maintenance

2

JW

16-Jan-12

06-Jul-12

15

08:30

£1,045.00 £72.00

ACS Gas Safety Assessment (Natural Gas)

-

JW

01-Apr-12

30-Apr-12

15

08:30

£0.00

£0.00

ACS Gas Safety Assessment (Natural Gas)

-

JW

01-Mar-12

31-Mar-12

15

08:30

£0.00

£0.00

ACS Gas Safety Assessment (Natural Gas)

-

JW

17-Jan-12

14-Feb-12

15

08:30

£0.00

£0.00

Energy Efficiency

-

JW

27-Apr-12

27-Apr-12

7.5

08:30

£125.00

£0.00

Fri Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Fri

Energy Efficiency

-

JW

30-Mar-12

30-Mar-12

7.5

08:30

£125.00

£0.00

Fri

Energy Efficiency

-

JW

02-Mar-12

02-Mar-12

7.5

08:30

£125.00

£0.00

Fri

Energy Efficiency

-

JW

03-Feb-12

03-Feb-12

7.5

08:30

£125.00

£0.00

Fri

Energy Efficiency

-

JW

1 day

1 day

7.5

08:30

£125.00

£0.00

Fri

Bathroom Fitting and Hot Water Systems (8 week course)

-

JW

11-Feb-12

21-Apr-12

6

TBC

£288.00

£0.00

Sat

Certificate in Hairdressing and Barbering

1

JW

30-Jan-12

20-Jun-12

12

09:30

£460.00

£91.00

Mon Tue Wed

Award in Facial Skin care

2

JW

30-Jan-12

19-Mar-12

6

09:30

£160.00

£77.00

Mon

Hairdressing and Beauty Therapy

Key: SC Sutton Coldfield Campus, MB Matthew Boulton Campus, JW James Watt Campus, LC Language Centre, CV Castle Vale, ER Erdington Skills Centre, TBC to be confirmed.

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On many of our courses you will be required to pay for course resources or an additional registration or examination fee. You will be advised of this at enrolment.


January Courses Course Title

Level

Campus

Start

End

Hrs p/w

Start Time

Tuition Fee

Other Fees

Days

Award in Nail Technology

2

JW

31-Jan-12

19-Jun-12

3

17:15

£128.00

£30.00

Tue

QCU Provide Make-up Treatment

2

JW

30-Jan-12

19-Mar-12

6

13:00

£239.00

£0.00

Mon

Award in Threading

2

JW

26-Mar-12

30-Apr-12

6

13:00

£160.00

£0.00

Mon

Certificate in Barbering

2

JW

02-Feb-12

21-Jun-12

6

09:30

£500.00

£77.00

Thu

Certificate in Manicure Pedicure & Nail Art (SA)

2

JW

02-Feb-12

22-Jun-12

11

09:30

£1,100.00 £77.00

Thu Fri

Certificate in Women's Hairdressing

2

JW

02-Feb-12

22-Jun-12

12

09:30

£1,100.00 £77.00

Thu Fri

Certificate in Artificial Nail Structures

3

JW

31-Jan-12

19-Jun-12

4.5

15:45

£128.00

Tue

£30.00

Diploma in Reflexology

3

JW

31-Jan-12

19-Jun-12

6

09:15

£835.00

£151.00

Tue

Award in Stone Massage Therapy

3

JW

02-Feb-12

08-May-12

6

09:15

£350.00

£0.00

Thu

Award in Substance Misuse

1

MB

16-Apr-12

14-May-12

3

TBC

£30.00

£21.00

Mon

Award in Medical Terminology

2

SC

21-Feb-12

29-May-12

3.25

18:00

£295.00

£55.00

Tue

Health and Social Care

Award in Preparing to Work in Adult Social Care

1

CV

23-Feb-12

31-Jul-12

3.25

10:00

£125.00

£26.00

Thu

Diploma in Health and Social Care (Adults)

2

CV

23-Feb-12

31-Jul-12

3.25

13:00

£492.00

£108.00

Thu

Diploma in Health and Social care (Adults)

3

CV

21-Feb-12

31-Jul-12

3.25

13:00

£690.00

£110.00

Tue

£1,562.00 £138.00

Wed Thu

Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care and Children and Young People's Services

5

CV

22-Feb-12

25-Jul-12

4

Wed 10:0012:00 Thur 13001500

E

SC

25-Feb-12

31-Mar-12

2.5

09:30

£70.00

£0.00

Sat

2

MB

23-Jan-12

18-Jun-12

2.5

18:00

£185.00

£67.00

Mon

Languages French for Beginners - Conversation and Culture Law and Legal Award in Legal Studies Preparation for Level 3 Access (Law route)

2

MB

23-Jan-12

26-Jun-12

4

14:00

£185.00

£67.00

Mon Tue

Award in Legal Studies

2

SC

23-Jan-12

18-Jun-12

2.5

18:00

£185.00

£67.00

Mon

Award in Principles of Social Housing

3

SC

31-Mar-12

26-May-12

3

09:30

£150.00

£0.00

Sat

Preparation for Level 3 Access (Law route)

2

SC

23-Jan-12

26-Jun-12

4

14:00

£185.00

£67.00

Mon Tue

E

MB

17-Jan-12

06-Jul-12

6

Various

£0.00

£0.00

Tue Fri

Literacy and Numeracy Adult English Language Adult Maths

E

MB

17-Jan-12

06-Jul-12

6

Various

£0.00

£0.00

Tue Fri

Pre GCSE English Language

E

MB

16-Jan-12

06-Jul-12

6

Various

£0.00

£0.00

Mon Fri

Pre GCSE Maths

E

MB

16-Jan-12

06-Jul-12

6

09:30

£0.00

£0.00

FSMQ Using Data

1

MB

TBC

14-May-12

3

09:00

£140.00

£17.00

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

Key: SC Sutton Coldfield Campus, MB Matthew Boulton Campus, JW James Watt Campus, LC Language Centre, CV Castle Vale, ER Erdington Skills Centre, TBC to be confirmed. On many of our courses you will be required to pay for course resources or an additional registration or examination fee. You will be advised of this at enrolment.

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Birmingham Metropolitan College Course Title

Level

Campus

Start

End

Hrs p/w

Start Time

Tuition Fee

Other Fees

Days

Fast Track Maths

M

MB

16-Jan-12

02-Jul-12

2

09:3011:30

£0.00

£0.00

Mon

Pre Access English Language

M

MB

23-Jan-12

26-Jun-12

4

11:45

£0.00

£0.00

Mon Tue

Pre Access Maths

M

MB

23-Jan-12

26-Jun-12

4

09:30

£0.00

£0.00

Mon Tue

Pre-GCSE English Language

M

MB

17-Jan-12

05-Jul-12

6

Variuos

£0.00

£0.00

Tue Thu

Pre GCSE English Language

E

SC

16-Jan-12

06-Jul-12

6

Various

£0.00

£0.00

Mon Fri

Pre GCSE Maths

E

SC

16-Jan-12

06-Jul-12

6

Various

£0.00

£0.00

Mon Fri

FSMQ Using Data

1

SC

16-Jan-12

21-May-12

3

09:00

£140.00

£17.00

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

History with English

M

SC

17-Jan-12

03-Jul-12

3.5

17:30

£0.00

£0.00

Tue

Pre Access English Language

M

SC

23-Jan-12

26-Jun-12

4

11:45

£0.00

£0.00

Mon Tue

Pre Access Maths

M

SC

23-Jan-12

26-Jun-12

4

09:30

£0.00

£0.00

Mon Tue

Pre GCSE Maths

M

SC

14-Jan-12

07-Jul-12

3.5

09:30

£0.00

£0.00

Sat

Pre-GCSE English Language

M

SC

17-Jan-12

05-Jul-12

6

Variuos

£0.00

£0.00

Tue Thu

Pre GCSE English Language

E

JW

10-Jan-12

05-Jul-12

6

Various

£0.00

£0.00

Tue Thu

Pre GCSE Maths

E

JW

10-Jan-12

05-Jul-12

6

Various

£0.00

£0.00

Tue Thu

Adult English Language

E

JW

17-Jan-12

03-Jul-12

3.5

17:50

£0.00

£0.00

Mon Fri

Adult English Language

E

JW

09-Jan-12

06-Jul-12

6

09:00

£0.00

£0.00

Mon Fri

Adult Maths

E

JW

10-Jan-12

06-Jul-12

6

Various

£0.00

£0.00

Tue Fri

Adult Maths

E

JW

09-Jan-12

06-Jul-12

6

Various

£0.00

£0.00

Mon Fri

Pre GCSE Maths Fast Track

E

JW

11-Jan-12

04-Jul-12

2

Various

£0.00

£0.00

Tue Wed

Fast Track English Language

M

JW

12-Jan-12

05-Jul-12

2

Variuos

£0.00

£0.00

Wed Thu

Pre GCSE Maths

M

JW

07-Jan-12

07-Jul-12

3.5

09:30

£0.00

£0.00

Sat

Peguy Moki Literacy and Numeracy

Peguy achieved level 1 and 2 literacy and numeracy qualifications in between juggling family and work commitments. She also assisted other students and embraced all learning opportunities open to her. Peguy is now starting an Access to nursing course in order to fulfil her lifelong ambition to join this profession.

Pre-GCSE English Language

M

JW

10-Jan-12

05-Jul-12

6

Various

£0.00

£0.00

Tue Thu

GCSE Maths Foundation - Fast-track

2

JW

14-Jan-12

19-Jun-12

4

09:00

£230.00

£28.00

Sat

GCSE Maths Higher - Fast-track

2

JW

14-Jan-12

19-Jun-12

4

09:00

£230.00

£28.00

Sat

Adult English Language

E

ESC

10-Jan-12

03-Jul-12

3.5

17:30

£0.00

£0.00

Tue

Adult English Language Day

E

ESC

10-Jan-12

04-Jul-12

6

Various

£0.00

£0.00

Tue Wed

Adult Maths

E

ESC

10-Jan-12

06-Jul-12

6

Various

£0.00

£0.00

Tue Fri

Key: SC Sutton Coldfield Campus, MB Matthew Boulton Campus, JW James Watt Campus, LC Language Centre, CV Castle Vale, ER Erdington Skills Centre, TBC to be confirmed.

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On many of our courses you will be required to pay for course resources or an additional registration or examination fee. You will be advised of this at enrolment.


January Courses Course Title

Level

Campus

Start

End

Hrs p/w

Start Time

Tuition Fee

Other Fees

Days

Pre GCSE English Language

E

ESC

10-Jan-12

03-Jul-12

3.5

Various

£0.00

£0.00

Tue

Pre GCSE Maths

E

ESC

12-Jan-12

05-Jul-12

3.5

Various

£0.00

£0.00

Thu

Pre GCSE Maths

E

ESC

09-Jan-12

05-Jul-12

6

Various

£0.00

£0.00

Mon Thu

Pre GCSE Maths Fast Track

E

ESC

10-Jan-12

03-Jul-12

2

13:0015:00

£0.00

£0.00

Tue

Brush up your English

M

ESC

05-Jan-12

04-Jul-12

6

09:00

£0.00

£0.00

Mon Thu

Fast Track English Language

M

ESC

10-Jan-12

03-Jul-12

2

15:00

£0.00

£0.00

Tue

Pre-GCSE English Language

M

ESC

10-Jan-12

05-Jul-12

6

Various

£0.00

£0.00

Tue Thu

Adult English Language

E

CV

09-Jan-12

04-Jul-12

6

Various

£0.00

£0.00

Mon Wed

Adults Maths for the Deaf

E

CV

07-Dec-11

04-Jul-12

3.5

09:30

£0.00

£0.00

Wed

Pre GCSE Maths

E

CV

10-Jan-12

05-Jul-12

6

Various

£0.00

£0.00

Tue Thu

Pre GCSE Maths For the Deaf

E

CV

11-Jan-12

04-Jul-12

3.5

09:00

£0.00

£0.00

Fri

Brush up your English

M

CV

09-Jan-12

03-Jul-12

11.5

09:00

£0.00

£0.00

Mon Tue

Pre GCSE English for the Deaf

M

CV

12-Jan-12

06-Jul-12

11.5

09:00

£0.00

£0.00

Thu Fri

Pre-GCSE English Language

M

CV

10-Jan-12

05-Jul-12

6

Various

£0.00

£0.00

Tue Thu

Management and Business Studies ILM Award in Team Leading

2

MB

17-Jan-12

27-Mar-12

3.5

18:00

£150.00

£80.00

Mon

ILM Certificate in Preparing for Business Enterprise

2

MB

26-Jan-12

10-May-12

3.5

17:30

£150.00

£100.00

Thu

Preparation for Level 3 Access (Law route)

2

MB

23-Jan-12

26-Jun-12

2

14:00

£200.00

£0.00

Mon Tue

Preparing for Level 3 Access (Business Route)

2

MB

23-Jan-12

26-Jun-12

2

14:00

£200.00

£0.00

Mon Tue

Award in Principles of Social Housing

3

SC

28-Jan-12

17-Mar-12

3

09:30

£150.00

£0.00

Sat

CIM Introductory Certificate in Marketing

3

SC

16-Jan-12

28-May-12

3.5

17:30

£464.00

£0.00

Mon

ILM Award in First Line Management

3

SC

17-Jan-12

27-Mar-12

3

18:00

£300.00

£80.00

Tue

Preparation for Level 3 Access (Law route)

2

SC

23-Jan-12

26-Jun-12

2

14:00

£200.00

£0.00

Mon Tue

Preparing for Level 3 Access (Business Route)

2

SC

23-Jan-12

26-Jun-12

2

14:00

£200.00

£0.00

Mon Tue

3

SC

16-Jan-12

TBC

3.5

17:30

£650.00

£0.00

Mon

Certificate in Pharmaceutical Sciences

2

MB

06-Feb-12

09-Jul-12

6

09:00

£420.00

£75.00

Mon

NVQ Level 2 Pharmacy Services

2

MB

06-Feb-12

09-Jul-12

3

09:00

£165.00

£82.00

Mon

1

JW

10-Feb-12

20-Apr-12

7.5

08:30

£165.00

£72.00

Fri

Personnel Practice and Human Resources CIPD Certificate in Human Resources Pharmacy

Plumbing 6218-02 Basic Construction Award (Plumbing)

Key: SC Sutton Coldfield Campus, MB Matthew Boulton Campus, JW James Watt Campus, LC Language Centre, CV Castle Vale, ER Erdington Skills Centre, TBC to be confirmed. On many of our courses you will be required to pay for course resources or an additional registration or examination fee. You will be advised of this at enrolment.

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Birmingham Metropolitan College Level

Campus

Start

End

Hrs p/w

Start Time

Tuition Fee

Other Fees

Days

Certificate Personal Development and Teamwork-Prince's Trust

1

ESC

19-Mar-12

08-Jun-12

37.5

09:00

TBC

£0.00

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

Prince's Trust Team

1

CV

09-Apr-12

29-Jun-12

37.5

09:00

TBC

£0.00

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

2

SC

16-Jan-12

28-May-12

3.5

17:30

£230.00

£28.00

Mon Tue

Step into Sports Science (BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Sport)

2

MB

17-Jan-12

06-Jul-12

16

14:00

£1,045.00 £120.00

NVQ Level 2 Activity Leadership

2

JW

30-Jan-12

22-Jun-12

15

TBC

£165.00

£0.00

Certificate in Education (CTLLS)

4

MB

24-Jan-12

22-May-12

3.5

17:30

£192.00

£0.00

Tue

Certificate in Supporting Teaching & Learning

2

MB

06-Feb-12

02-Jul-12

3

09:30

£430.00

£138.00

Mon

£383.00

£0.00

Tue or Wed

Course Title Preparing for Life and Work

Science, Forensic Science and Medical GCSE Biology - Fast track Sports and Sports Coaching Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

Teaching and Teaching Assistants

Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS)

4

MB

24-Jan-12

16-May-12

3.5

17:30 or 09:00

Pre-Service Diploma in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector (DTLLS)

5

MB

23-Jan-12

29-Jun-12

6

09:00

£2,300.00 £277.00

Fri

Certificate in Supporting Teaching & Learning

2

SC

06-Feb-12

02-Jul-12

3

09:30

£430.00

£138.00

Mon

Certificate in Aviation Operations on the Ground

2

SC

09-Feb-12

14-Jun-12

7

09:00

£0.00

£0.00

Thu

NCFE Certificate in Travel Services

2

CV

07-Feb-12

26-Jun-12

7

09:30

£285.00

£50.00

Tue

NCFE Certificate in Travel Services- Tour Operators

3

CV

27-Jan-12

20-Jul-12

8

TBC

£0.00

£0.00

Fri

Travel and Tourism

Visit our Open Events to see the facilities and speak to the staff Thursday 26th January 2012 5.00pm - 8.00pm Saturday 17th March 2012 10.00am - 2.00pm

Saturday 16th June 2012 10.00am - 2.00pm

0845 155 0101

or email ask@bmetc.ac.uk

Key: SC Sutton Coldfield Campus, MB Matthew Boulton Campus, JW James Watt Campus, LC Language Centre, CV Castle Vale, ER Erdington Skills Centre, TBC to be confirmed.

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On many of our courses you will be required to pay for course resources or an additional registration or examination fee. You will be advised of this at enrolment.


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Matthew Boulton Campus (MB) Jennens Road, Birmingham B4 7PS 0845 155 0101 ask@bmetc.ac.uk www.bmetc.ac.uk

James Watt Campus (JW) Aldridge Road, Great Barr, Birmingham B44 8NE 0845 155 0101 ask@bmetc.ac.uk www.bmetc.ac.uk

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Birmingham Metropolitan College

Sutton Coldfield Campus Lichfield Road, Sutton Coldfield B74 2NW Matthew Boulton Campus Jennens Road, Birmingham B4 7PS James Watt Campus Aldridge Road, Great Barr, Birmingham B44 8NE Castle Vale Skills Centre Spitfire House, 10 High Street, Castle Vale, Birmingham B35 7PR Erdington Skills Centre Edwards Road, Erdington. Birmingham B24 9EW Birmingham Chamber of Commerce 4th Floor, 75 Harborne Road, Birmingham B15 3DH Millennium Point Curzon Street, Birmingham B4 7XG The Language Centre Conybere Street, Highgate, Birmingham B12 0YL Central Library Suite Floor 1, Chamberlain Square, Birmingham B3 3HQ t: 0845 155 0101 e: ask@bmetc.ac.uk w: www.bmetc.ac.uk

Winner 2010-2011

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Three times Highly Commended 2010-2011

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