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CITY OF WESTMINSTER COLLEGE COURSE GUIDE 2013/14

CITY OF WESTMINSTER COLLEGE COURSE GUIDE 2013/14


MISSION City of Westminster College will provide outstanding education and training to enable our learners to achieve their full potential.

VISION City of Westminster College will be an outstanding College.

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All information contained in this course guide is correct at the time of going to print (January 2013). However, City of Westminster College reserves the right to cancel, combine or re-schedule courses as necessary after publication. For course information call 020 7723 8826, visit our website at www.cwc.ac.uk or email customer.services@cwc.ac.uk This course guide is available in alternative formats and large print. Contact us for a copy.

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Contents 02 03 03 04

Welcome Why choose City of Westminster College? Information and Advice Which course level is right for you?

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A-levels Art & Design Building Services & Construction Business Computing & ICT Engineering English Language (ESOL/EFL) Foundation Learning GCSEs Health, Social Care and Early Years Languages Specialist courses: Learning Difficulties/Disabilities Media Motor Vehicle Performing Arts Photography Public Services Science Sound & Music Technology Sport & Leisure Teaching Travel & Tourism Higher Education Skills for Work (Apprenticeships, NVQs and customised courses) Short Courses

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4 Steps to Apply Student Support Student Life Fee Information Information for International Students Our Campuses How to find us Key Contacts

Key FT PT SC

Full-time Part-time Short course

PGC QPC CT

Paddington Green Campus Queen’s Park Campus The Cockpit


Welcome This Course Guide is designed to help you find out more about City of Westminster College and get information about the courses you want to study. We know the idea of progressing to College can be daunting so we hope this guide makes choosing the right course for you an easy task. We are a leading Further and Higher education college, based in central London. At City of Westminster College students are at the heart of everything we do. We support you across your entire college experience providing you with support and guidance every step of the way. City of Westminster College provides outstanding education and training to enable our learners to achieve their full potential. Our vision is to be excellent in every way, and we have been doing this for over 100 years. We are proud of the many thousands of students who have changed their lives by studying with us. Our tutors, lecturers, enrichment and support staff care about your achievements and are here to help. City of Westminster College offers excellent education and training programmes and work with you to build your skills and confidence – helping you prepare for your next steps. Our award-winning Paddington Green Campus offers a 21st century learning environment and, I believe, it offers students the best and most modern facilities and learning support. We work in partnership with leading universities such as Middlesex University and University of Westminster and we have close links with employers and organisations to ensure that our vocational courses give our students the skills and experience to progress into employment within their chosen field. City of Westminster College is passionate about education, so whatever you decide to study I am confident we have a course for you. We look forward to welcoming you into our community. Keith Cowell

Principal

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Why choose City of Westminster College?

• • • •

A wide range of full and part-time courses to suit everyone A friendly, supportive and inspirational learning environment Award winning state-of-the-art facilities and resources Experienced and dedicated teachers and support staff

Open Days

• Outstanding student support • Diverse range of enrichment activities • Central London locations with excellent transport links

Information and Advice

City of Westminster College host Open Days throughout the year. Open Days are a great opportunity for you to learn more about us and get a feel for college life. At our Open Days, you will meet teachers, current students, find out more about the courses we offer and get a chance to tour our Campuses. We also have course and student advisers on hand to help with any queries you may have.

Detailed information about each course, including what qualifications or previous experience you need to get on to the course, what you will be studying and where the qualification will lead, is provided on individual Course Information Sheets. These sheets can be printed off from our website www.cwc.ac.uk Alternatively, call 020 7723 8826 and ask for course information sheets to be posted to you.

The Campus you visit on Open Day will depend on which subject you plan to study – please make sure you check our website to find out which Campus to visit.

Our dedicated and friendly Information and Advice team are happy to talk through your course options and provide additional information and guidance. Here’s how to contact them:

Our next Open Day is on Thursday 18th April 2013 from 2 - 7pm.

• Call 020 7723 8826

To keep up to date on the latest Open Day dates and information check our website www.cwc.ac.uk

• Visit our Information & Advice Centre, Paddington Green Campus, Paddington Green, London W2 1NB (Monday, Thursday and Friday 9:30am-4:30pm; Tuesday and Wednesday 11am-6:30pm)

Please note: At the discretion of the College, Open Day dates are subject to change.

• email customer.services@cwc.ac.uk

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Which Course level is right for you? We offer qualifications from Entry Level to Level 4/5 programmes. Entry requirements vary depending on the course you choose. Our courses open up further career or study opportunities. Here’s a brief guide to your options.

Entry Level

eNTRy LeVeL

If you do not have experience, and are not feeling confident about your abilities, then this level could be a good place to start.

Level 1

LeVeL 1

This covers routine tasks and basic knowledge and it is ideal if you are starting out or are new to the subject area.

LeVeL 2

You need to have some knowledge or experience of the subject area.

Level 2

Level 3

LeVeL 3

This level will further develop your knowledge and understanding of the subject area.

Level 4/5

LeVeL 4/5

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These courses offer specialist knowledge and understanding of the subject area.

Preparation for GCSE Skills for Life Basic skills ESOL Entry 1, 2 & 3 Foundation Learning

GCSE D-G BTEC Level 1 Diploma NVQ1 City & Guilds 1 Foundation Learning Pre-Apprenticeship

GCSE A-C BTEC Level 2 Diploma Pre-Access Apprenticeship City & Guilds Craft NVQ2

AS Level A2 Level BTEC Level 3 Diploma Access to Higher Education City & Guilds Technician NVQ3

Foundation Degree NVQ 4/5 BTEC Higher National Certificate/Diploma BA or BSc Degree


WHAT DO yOU WANT TO Be? ARCHITeCT Tobi BTEC Diploma Engineering (Level 2) "I came to an Open Day at City of Westminster College and loved it. I spoke to some lecturers and told them what I wanted to do, they told me that the course I'm doing now was the best way for me to progress in to this career path. It's a long way away from where I live too, which was a bonus for me. I would like to do Civil Engineering next or perhaps A-level Art & Design.�

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A-levels We currently offer a wide selection of academic subjects and you will study AS levels in your first year and A2 levels in your second year. Our tutors can offer you advice on your preferences and guidance on the best combinations of subjects to take during interview stage. The College has an excellent track record in the teaching of Core Sciences, Maths, Humanities, Arts and English. Our students achieve better results than predicted and the pass rate is very high in all subjects. Successful completion at both AS and A2 level in the same subject leads to a full A-level qualification. Whether you take three or four subjects at AS level will depend on how well you do at GCSE level. You will normally specialise in three subjects at A2 level. We also offer a range of support to help you succeed, including homework classes, English language support, learning support and workshops in IT, numeracy and study skills. All our A-levels are based at our Paddington Green Campus (PGC). General entry requirements: To study three subjects at AS level, you will need to pass six GCSE subjects at grade A*-C, including English Language. To study four subjects, you need seven GCSE passes at grade A*-C, including English Language, with at least two subjects passed at grade B or above. Regardless of how many subjects you apply for, the expectation is that your qualifications will be obtained through examination and be completed courses. Other qualifications are valued and help us understand your strengths, but we will assess your application on your predicted or known GCSE grades only. Students with previous A-level experience, including re-sit applications Applications from students who have previously studied A-levels, either at AS or A2 level, including those seeking to re-sit, will be considered on a case-by-case basis only, even where general or subject-specific entry criteria are met. For specific entry criteria for each subject, please check our website www.cwc.ac.uk

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Course

Code

Duration FT/PT Time

Location Starts

Suitable for

A-level Art

1212

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

A-level Biology

1381

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

A-level Business Studies

1066

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

A-level Chemistry

1383

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

A-level Communication & Culture

1090

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

A-level Drama & Theatre Studies

1170

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

A-level Economics

1643

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

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A-levels Course

Code

Duration FT/PT Time

Location Starts

Suitable for

A-level English Language

1094

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

A-level English Language & Literature

1097

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

A-level English Literature

1091

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

A-level Film Studies

1085

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

A-level Government & Politics

1109

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

A-level History

1110

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

A-level Law

1107

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

A-level Mathematics

1389

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

A-level Media Studies

1082

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

A-level Photography

1218

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

A-level Physics

1393

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

A-level Psychology

1117

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

A-level Religious Studies

1644

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

A-level Sociology

1114

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

AS-level Arabic

2498

1 Yr

PT

Eve

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

AS-level French

1087

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

AS-level Spanish

2499

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

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Art & Design We offer a range of Art & Design courses from Entry Level to Level 3. Our BTEC qualifications offer opportunities to take specialist units in Animation, Fashion/Textiles, Interactive Graphics and Photography. As part of our support for students, we work with you to develop and improve your communication skills and offer group and individual tutorial and learning support.

Course

Code

Duration

FT/PT Time Location

Starts

Suitable for

BTEC Diploma in Art & Design (Level 1)

1042

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

BTEC Diploma in Art & Design (Level 2)

1001

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

Certificate in Animation (Level 2)

1701

1 Yr

PT

Eve

PGC

September

Adults

A-level Art

1212

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

BTEC Diploma in Art & Design (Level 3)

1459

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

Foundation Studies in Design and Digital Media (Entry Level 3)

1032

1 Yr

FT

Day

QPC

September

16-18/Adults

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Building Services and Construction City of Westminster College is one of the few central London colleges to offer comprehensive construction training. We offer a full range of Building Services and Construction courses – ranging from Level 1 to Level 4 – in construction, electrical installation and plumbing. All courses are designed to meet the changing demands and latest regulations of these vital industries. Our world-class Paddington Green Campus (PGC) is fully resourced with workshops and a Construction Skills Centre equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, machinery and tools. Highly-experienced tutors are on hand to provide you with the practical and technical skills you need to succeed in your chosen course. We also have an Achievement Measurement 2 (AM2) skill test centre, fully approved by the awarding body National Electrotechnical Training (NET), adding to our existing electrical training and testing courses. The AM2 Centre, based at Paddington Green Campus, is the only one located in central London. The industry-recognised AM2 is a three-day Practical Performance Assessment (PPA) test that is conducted under nationally set controlled conditions. We also offer a one-day refresher-training course. For more information, contact 020 7258 2903 or email am2@cwc.ac.uk. The majority of courses start in September and a few start later in the academic year.

Course

Code

Duration

FT/PT

Time

Location Starts

Suitable for

Diploma in Construction (Level 1)

1024

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18

Pre-Apprenticeship in Practical Construction Skills (Level 1)

1053

1 Yr

FT

Day

QPC

September

16-18/Adults

City & Guilds 2000 Diploma in Access to Building Services Engineering (Level 2)

1915

1 Yr (FT) 2 Yrs (PT)

FT/PT

Day/Eve PGC

September

16-18/Adults

City & Guilds 2365 Diploma in Electrotechnical Technology

1591

1 Yr

PT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

City & Guilds 6035 Diploma in Basic Plumbing (Level 2)

1588

1 Yr/ 2 Yrs

PT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

City & Guilds 6189 NVQ Diploma in Plumbing & Heating

1620

2 Yrs

PT

Day/Eve PGC

September

16-18/Adults

1594

2 Yrs

PT

Day/Eve PGC

September

16-18/Adults

(Level 2)

(Level 2)

BTEC Diploma in Building Services Engineering - Electrical (Level 3)

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Building Services and Construction Course

Code

Duration FT/PT Time

Location Starts

Suitable for

BTEC Diploma in Building Services Engineering - Mechanical

1593

2 Yrs

PT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

BTEC Diploma in Civil Engineering (Level 3)

1729

2 Yrs

PT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

BTEC Extended Diploma in Civil Engineering (Level 3)

1598

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

City & Guilds 2330 Certificate in Electrotechnical Technology

1622

1 Yr

PT

Day/Eve

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

1691

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

1690

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

City & Guilds BS7671 17th Edition Award in Requirements for 1454 Electrical Installation (Level 3)

10 Wks

PT

Eve

PGC

January

Adults

City & Guilds NVQ Diploma in Electrotechnology (Level 3)

1621

2 Yrs

PT

Day/Eve

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

BTEC Higher National Certificate in Building Services Engineering (Electrical)

1616

2 Yrs

PT

Day

PGC

September

Adults

BTEC Higher National Certificate in Building Services Engineering (Mechanical)

1353

2 Yrs

PT

Day

PGC

September

Adults

BTEC Higher National Certificate in Construction and the Built 1734 Environment (Civil Engineering)

2 Yrs

PT

Day

PGC

September

Adults

City & Guilds 2394 Award in the Initial Verification & Certification of Electrical Installations

1455

13 Wks

PT

Eve

PGC

January

Adults

City & Guilds 2395 Award in the Periodic Inspection, Testing & Certification of Electrical Installations

1633

13 Wks

PT

Eve

PGC

Sept/April

Adults

City & Guilds 2396 Award in the Design & Verification of Electrical Installations

1634

13 Wks

PT

Eve

PGC

January

Adults

(Level 3)

(Level 3)

City & Guilds 2365 Diploma in Electrotechnical Technology (Level 3)

City & Guilds 6035 Diploma in Basic Plumbing (Level 3)

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WHAT DO yOU WANT TO Be? NURSe Jemma A-levels "I wanted to move away from my area as it's a bit rough. Lots of my friends stayed on at sixth form, but I wanted to come to a place where everyone has really chosen to be here - everyone wants to learn and has real aspirations. I'd like to become a nurse, probably specialising in therapy. I work with children at the moment and I'd like to go on to do a nursing degree once I finish my A-levels."

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Business We offer a range of Business courses from Entry Level to Level 5 in Accountancy, Business and Finance, as well as AAT (Association of Accounting Technicians) qualifications - the UK’s leading qualification and membership body for accounting technicians. Business courses are based at our Paddington Green Campus (PGC) and Queen’s Park Campus (QPC), both providing extensive study facilities and well-equipped Learning Resource Centres. Course

Code

Duration FT/PT/SC Time

Location Starts

Suitable for

Foundation Studies in Employability Skills (Entry 2)

1030

1 Yr

FT

Day

QPC

September

16-18/Adults

ESOL for Adults - Business and ICT (Entry Level 3 - Level 2)

1469

1 Yr

FT

Day

QPC

September

Adults

Foundation Studies in Business and Travel & Tourism (Entry 3) 1054

1 Yr

PT

Day/Eve PGC

Sept/Jan

Adults

Fresh Start

1635

Flexible

PT

Day

PGC

Various

16-18

BTEC Diploma in Business and Administration (Level 1)

1045

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18

Extended Award in Bookkeeping (Level 1)

1564 (Sept) 18 Wks 1565 (Feb)

SC

Eve

PGC

Sept/Feb

Adults

Pre-Apprenticeship in Business & Customer Service (Level 1)

1055

FT

Day

QPC

September

16-18/Adults

AAT Certificate in Accounting (Level 2) (Day)

1069 (Sept) 18 Wks 1071 (Jan)

PT

Day

PGC

Sept/Jan

16-18/Adults

AAT Certificate in Accounting (Level 2) (Eve)

1070

1 Yr

PT

Eve

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

BTEC Diploma in Business (Level 2)

1044

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18

Computerised Accounts (Level 2)

2538

10 Wks

SC

Eve

PGC

Various

Adults

AAT Diploma in Accounting (Level 3) (Day)

1072 (Sept) 18 Wks 1074 (Jan)

PT

Day

PGC

Sept/Jan

Adults

AAT Diploma in Accounting (Level 3) (Eve)

1073

1 Yr

PT

Eve

PGC

September

Adults

Access to H.E. Diploma in Business Studies

1065

1 Yr

FT/PT

Day

PGC

September

Adults

A-level Business Studies

1066

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

BTEC Extended Diploma in Business (Level 3)

1462

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18

AAT Diploma for Accounting Technicians (Level 4) (Day)

1075

1 Yr

PT

Day

PGC

September

Adults

AAT Diploma for Accounting Technicians (Level 4) (Eve)

1076

1 Yr

PT

Eve

PGC

September

Adults

BTEC Higher National Diploma in Business

1563

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

Adults

FdA Creative Music Production & Business

1931

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

Adults

1 Yr

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Computing & ICT We offer full-time and part-time Computing and ICT courses suitable for beginner, intermediate and advanced students. Our courses give you the chance to improve your existing skills or gain vital knowledge to improve your employment options. The majority of Computing and ICT courses are based at our Paddington Green Campus (PGC). As part of your course you have access to the latest technology in our Learning Resource Centre and IT Pods. The majority of courses start in September and a few start later in the academic year. Course

Code

Duration

FT/PT/SC Time

Location Starts

Suitable for

ESOL for Adults - Business and ICT (Entry level 3 - Level 2)

1469

1 Yr

FT

Day

QPC

September

Adults

BTEC Certificate for ICT Users (Level 1) 16-18

1009

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18

BTEC Certificate for ICT Users (Level 1) Adults

1527

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

Adults

BTEC Diploma for ICT Users (Level 2) 16-18

1004

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18

BTEC Diploma for ICT Users (Level 2) Adults

1524

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

Adults

City & Guilds Certificate for IT Users (Level 2)

2222

18 Wks

PT

Eve

PGC

Sept/Feb

16-18/Adults

BTEC Diploma for ICT Practitioners (Level 3)

1005

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

City & Guilds Certificate for IT Users (Level 3)

1683

1 Yr

PT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

ITQ for Work Diploma (Level 3)

1684

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

Adults

BTEC Higher National Diploma in Computing & Systems Development

1930

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

Adults

Adobe Certified Associate

2530

30 Wks

SC

Eve

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

Adobe Dreamweaver CS

2531

10 Wks

SC

Eve

PGC

February

16-18/Adults

Adobe Flash CS

2532

10 Wks

SC

Eve

PGC

April

16-18/Adults

Adobe Photoshop CS

2533

10 Wks

SC

Eve

PGC

April

16-18/Adults

Final Cut Pro

2230

5 Wks

SC

Eve

PGC

Various

16-18/Adults

Introductory Photoshop

1539

5 Wks

SC

Eve

PGC

Jan/April/Sept

16-18/Adults

MCOS: Microsoft Office Specialist Word

2379

6 Wks

SC

Eve

PGC

Nov/Jan/March

16-18/Adults

MCOS: Microsoft Office Specialist Excel

2380

6 Wks

SC

Eve

PGC

Nov/Jan/March

16-18/Adults

MCOS: Microsoft Office Specialist PowerPoint

2381

6 Wks

SC

Eve

PGC

Nov/Jan/March

16-18/Adults

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engineering Our Electrical and Electronic Engineering courses include programmes from Level 1 to 4, including introductory courses suitable for those with no previous experience of study in this area. Courses combine practical laboratory and workshop activities with the necessary theory and we offer comprehensive, industry-standard resources and facilities. These courses are based at our Paddington Green Campus (PGC), which benefits from specialist workshops and laboratories, custom-designed to match the practical and technical aspects of our courses.

Course

Code

Duration FT/PT

Time

Location Starts

Suitable for

BTEC Diploma in Engineering (Level 1)

1013

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18

BTEC Diploma in Engineering (Level 2)

1012

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18

BTEC Diploma in Civil Engineering (Level 3)

1729

2 Yrs

PT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

BTEC Diploma in Electrical/Electronic Engineering (Level 3)

1731

2 Yrs

PT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

BTEC Extended Diploma in Civil Engineering (Level 3)

1598

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

BTEC Extended Diploma in Electrical/Electronic Engineering (Level 3) 1566

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

BTEC Higher National Certificate in Construction and the Built Environment (Civil Engineering)

2 Yrs

PT

Day

PGC

September

Adults

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english Language (eSOL/eFL) English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) We offer a range of English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) courses to help improve your written and spoken language, encouraging you to build confidence and acquire skills for life and work. Many of our students go on to study other subjects with us. We offer a small range of vocational courses with an ESOL element built into the programme of study, and English Language support classes are also provided through mainstream courses. ESOL courses are based at our Queen’s Park Campus (QPC) which offers excellent facilities and support. All students studying at our Queen’s Park Campus can also access the facilities of our Paddington Green Campus, including the Learning Resource Centre. Course

Code

Duration FT/PT

Time

Location Starts

Suitable for

ESOL for Young Learners (Entry 1-3)

1471

1 Yr

FT

Day

QPC

September

16-18

Foundation Studies in Employability Skills (Entry 2)

1030

1 Yr

FT

Day

QPC

September

16-18/Adults

Childcare with ESOL (Entry 3/Level 1)

1549

1 Yr

PT

Day

QPC

September

Adults

ESOL for Adults - Business and ICT (Entry level 3 - Level 2)

1469

1 Yr

FT

Day

QPC

September

Adults

ESOL for Adults (Entry 3 - Level 1)

1716

1 Yr

FT/PT

Day/Eve

PGC

September

Adults

English as a Foreign Language (EFL) In addition to ESOL, we offer IELTS (International English Language Testing System) and Cambridge First Certificate courses, preparing you for the language competency test required by many UK and international employers and higher education institutions. These courses are based at our Paddington Green Campus. Most courses start in September and some start throughout the year. Course

Code

Duration FT/PT Time

Location Starts

Suitable for

Cambridge First Certificate in English

1272 (Sept) 1273 (Jan) 1274 (Apr)

12 Wks

PT

Day

PGC

Sept/Jan/April

Adults

International English Language Testing System (IELTS) (Day)

1265 (Sept) 1266 (Jan) 1269 (Apr)

12 Wks

PT

Day

PGC

Sept/Jan/April

Adults

International English Language Testing System (IELTS) (Eve)

1267 (Sept) 1268 (Jan) 1270 (Apr)

12 Wks

PT

Eve

PGC

Sept/Jan/April

Adults

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Foundation Learning Foundation Learning courses are work-related programmes designed as an alternative to GCSEs and A-levels. Courses are related to a professional area and are broken down into small units that give credits towards the full qualification. We offer Foundation Learning courses in many subject areas, including Business, Childcare, Construction, Customer Service, Design & Digital Media and Travel & Tourism.

Course

Code

Duration FT/PT

Time

Location Starts

Suitable for

Foundation Studies in Employability Skills (Entry 2)

1030

1 Yr

FT

Day

QPC

September

16-18/Adults

Foundation Studies in Business and Travel & Tourism (Entry 3)

1054

1 Yr

FT

Day

QPC

September

16-18/Adults

Foundation Studies in Design and Digital Media (Entry level 3)

1032

1 Yr

FT

Day

QPC

September

16-18/Adults

Pre-Apprenticeship in Business & Customer Service (Level 1)

1055

1 Yr

FT

Day

QPC

September

16-18/Adults

Pre-Apprenticeship in Childcare and Health & Social Care (Level 1) 1031

1 Yr

FT

Day

QPC

September

16-18/Adults

Pre-Apprenticeship in Practical Construction Skills (Level 1)

1 Yr

FT

Day

QPC

September

16-18/Adults

1053

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GCSes We offer GCSE courses in key subjects, enabling you to acquire essential qualifications to move on to further study or progress in your career. We also offer Fast Track GCSE courses in Maths, English Language and Science in the evening - designed for those who need to meet the entry requirements to start teacher training or require a better grade or additional qualification in a key subject. As a student with us, you will receive tutorial support throughout your studies, and we also offer additional workshops in English, Maths, Science and IT to assist you in achieving your learning goals.

Course

Code

Duration FT/PT Time

Location Starts

Suitable for

Fast Track GCSE English

1100

15 Wks

PT

Eve

PGC

January

16-18/Adults

Fast Track GCSE Mathematics

1397

15 Wks

PT

Eve

PGC

January

16-18/Adults

Fast Track GCSE Science

1570

22 Wks

PT

Eve

PGC

November

16-18/Adults

GCSE Biology

1395

1 Yr

PT

Day

PGC

September 16-18/Adults

GCSE English

1098

1 Yr

PT

Day/Eve/Sat PGC

September 16-18/Adults

GCSE Mathematics

1396

1 Yr

PT

Day/Eve/Sat PGC

September 16-18/Adults

GCSE Science

1735

1 Yr

PT

Eve

September 16-18/Adults

PGC

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Health & Social Care & early years We provide a range of well-established and successful courses in Health & Social Care, Childcare, Early Years and Youth Work. They are an excellent choice if you want to work, or are already working in these fields. All these courses benefit from strong links with employers, including local authority and private day nurseries, special schools, residential and domiciliary care providers and hospitals. They are based at our Queen’s Park Campus (QPC), which provides a supportive environment and excellent study and learning facilities. We also offer academic qualifications that can lead on to degree-level study – including AS/A2 level and Access to HE Diploma qualifications – in areas such as Psychology, Sociology and Nursing. Most of these courses are based at our Paddington Green Campus (PGC). All students studying on our courses can access the facilities of both Campuses, including our well-equipped Learning Resource Centres. Course

Code Duration FT/PT

Time Location Starts

Suitable for

Childcare with ESOL (Entry 3/Level 1)

1549

1 Yr

PT

Day

QPC

September

Adults

BTEC Certificate in Health & Social Care & Childcare with ESOL (Level 1)

1639

1 Yr

PT

Day

QPC

September

Adults

Pre-Apprenticeship in Childcare and Health & Social Care (Level 1)

1031

1 Yr

FT

Day

QPC

September

16-18/Adults

ABC Certificate in Youth Work Practice (Level 2)

1231

1 Yr

PT

Day

QPC

September

Adults

BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Health & Social Care (16-18)

1026

1 Yr

FT

Day

QPC

September

16-18

BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Health & Social Care (Adults)

1027

1 Yr

PT

Day

QPC

September

Adults

Cache Certificate for Children & Young People's Workforce (Level 2)

1238

1 Yr

PT

Day

QPC

September

Adults

Cache Certificate in Supporting Teaching & Learning (Level 2)

1230

1 Yr

PT

Day

QPC

September

Adults

ABC Diploma in Youth Work Practice (Level 3)

1239

1 Yr

PT

Day

QPC

September

Adults

Access to H.E. Diploma in Humanities & Social Science

1105

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

Adults

Access to H.E. Diploma in Nursing

1237

1 Yr

PT

Day

QPC

September

Adults

Access to H.E. Diploma in Science

1378

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

Adults

A-level Biology

1381

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

A-level Chemistry

1383

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

A-level Physics

1393

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

A-level Psychology

1117

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

A-level Sociology

1114

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

BTEC Diploma in Health & Social Care (Level 3)

1460

2 Yrs

FT

Day

QPC

September

16-18

Cache Diploma for Children & Young People's Workforce (Level 3)

1240

1 Yr

PT

Day

QPC

September

Adults

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Languages Our language AS levels are designed for people with a GCSE or equivalent (in that chosen language) who wish to take their knowledge further, for work and business or for pleasure. We also offer a range of short conversational language courses in the evening. Courses are based at our Paddington Green Campus (PGC), a convenient central London location that offers excellent learning facilities. The majority of courses start in September and a few start later in the academic year. Course

Code

Duration

FT/PT/SC

Time

Location

Starts

Suitable for

AS-level Arabic

1086

1 Yr

PT

Eve

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

AS-level French

1087

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

AS-level Spanish

1088

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

Beginners' Arabic

2496

10 Wks

SC

Eve

PGC

Various

Adults

Beginners' French

2536

10 Wks

SC

Eve

PGC

Various

Adults

Beginners' Italian

2537

10 Wks

SC

Eve

PGC

Various

Adults

Beginners' Spanish

2469

10 Wks

SC

Eve

PGC

Jan/April/Sept

16-18/Adults

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Specialist courses: Learning Difficulties or Disabilities We offer a range of well-established courses for young people and adults with learning difficulties and/or disabilities. Some of these courses are linked to community organisations and other agencies and our staff are experienced and skilled at assessing potential students and meeting their needs through individual learning plans. All courses are based at our Queen’s Park Campus (QPC), which provides a safe, enjoyable and supportive environment for learning, as well as the opportunity to mix and become part of our diverse learning community.

Learning for Living A full-time 2 year personal development and life skills course for young adults with a severe learning disability. For students with higher support needs, we offer a sensory and communication curriculum based on the principles of Intensive Interaction.

Cooking

Travel Skills

Communication

Sport

IT

Shopping

Woodwork

PSHE

Music

Learning for Work A full-time 1 year practical introduction to work skills course for young adults with a moderate or severe learning disability.

Catering Project

Travel Skills

Voluntary Work

Gardening Project

Into Work A full-time 1 year supported employment course for students with moderate learning difficulties who are ready for work.

Skills for Work A full-time 2 year transition course for students with moderate learning difficulties who have attended a special school or received support in school. This course includes vocational options in sport, catering , painting and decorating, woodwork and child care. Course

Code

Duration FT/PT

Time

Location Starts

Suitable for

Learning for Living

1029

2 Yrs

FT

Day

QPC

September

16-18/Adults

Learning for Work

1029

1 Yr

FT

Day

QPC

September

16-18/Adults

Skills for Work

1571

2 Yrs

FT

Day

QPC

September

16-18/Adults

Into Work

1046

1 Yr

FT

Day

QPC

September

16-18/Adults

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Media We offer a selection of Creative Media Production courses ranging from Levels 1 to 3. These well-established courses provide the foundation for careers in the music, television, media, live performance, sound and video production industries. We are a Westminster Skillset Media Academy in conjunction with the University of Westminster. We are also a Founder College of the National Skills Academy for Creative & Cultural (NSACC). We provide specialist education and training to ensure students have ‘industry ready’ skills for employment or further study. All Media courses are based at our Paddington Green Campus (PGC), offering outstanding facilities for learning the skills required for the dynamic creative industries, including Mac computer rooms and a TV Studio. The majority of courses start in September and a few start later in the academic year.

Course

Code

Duration FT/PT/SC Time

Location Starts

Suitable for

Foundation Studies in Design and Digital Media (Entry level 3) 1032

1 Yr

FT

Day

QPC

September

16-18/Adults

BTEC Diploma in Creative Media Production (Level 1)

1033

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18

BTEC Diploma in Creative Media Production (Level 2)

1037

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

Certificate in Animation (Level 2)

1701

1 Yr

PT

Eve

PGC

September

Adults

A-level Film Studies

1085

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

A-level Media Studies

1082

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

BTEC Diploma in Creative Media Production (Level 3)

1047

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

Final Cut Pro

2230

5 Wks

SC

Eve

PGC

Various

16-18/Adults

From Script To Screen

2539

5 Wks

SC

Eve

PGC

Various

Adults

Introductory Photoshop

1539

5 Wks

SC

Eve

PGC

Jan/April/Sept

16-18/Adults

Secrets Of A Successful Blogger

2544

5 Wks

SC

Eve

PGC

Various

16-18/Adults

TV Presenting - An Introduction

2497

1 Day

SC

Day

PGC

Various

16-18/Adults

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Motor Vehicle The College specialises in Motor Vehicle training and offers courses suitable for students with little or no background in the industry, as well as those who are already working in the field and want to gain further skills and qualifications. Our Motor Vehicle courses range from Entry Level to Level 3 and are taught in our fully-equipped Motor Vehicle workshop at Paddington Green Campus (PGC), where you receive expert tuition and support in order to achieve your full potential. The majority of courses start in September and a few start later in the academic year.

Course

Code

Duration FT/PT/SC Time

Location Starts

Suitable for

IMI Diploma for the Introduction to Vehicle Technology (Entry 3)

1023

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

IMI Diploma in Motor Vehicle Maintenance and Repair (Level 1)

1021

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

IMI Diploma in Motor Vehicle Maintenance and Repair (Level 2)

1022

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

City & Guilds Diploma in Motor Vehicle Maintenance and Repair 1058

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

10 Wks

SC

Eve

PGC

Various

Adults

(Level 3)

DIY Car Maintenance

1458

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Performing Arts Our renowned Performing Arts courses can give you the valuable experience you need, whether you want a career in the spotlight or behind the scenes. You will receive technical training and the ‘real-life’ experience that builds confidence and skills and enables you to move further in your chosen career. Our excellent facilities include a specialist dance studio and the superb Sarah Siddons Theatre at our Paddington Green Campus. The Cockpit, the College-owned Theatre in nearby Gateforth Street, is used for professional training courses and public shows and performances. The majority of courses start in September and a few start later in the academic year.

Course

Code

Duration

FT/PT/SC

Time

Location

Starts

Suitable for

BTEC Diploma in Performing Arts (Level 1)

1016

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18

BTEC Diploma in Performing Arts (Level 2)

1014

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

A-level Drama & Theatre Studies

1170

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

BTEC Diploma in Performing Arts (Level 3)

1015

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

Acting Shakespeare

2534

5 Wks

SC

Eve

PGC

Jan/April/Sept

Adults

Acting to Camera

2535

5 Wks

SC

Eve

PGC

Jan/April/Sept

Adults

Improvisation for Actors

2402

8 Wks

SC

Eve

CT

January

Adults

Impulse Training for Actors

2403

8 Wks

SC

Eve

CT

January

Adults

Introduction to Meisner Technique

2406

5 Wks

SC

Day

CT

February

Adults

Introduction to Meisner Technique

2405

5 Wks

SC

Eve

CT

January

Adults

Kathak Dance

2541

12 Wks

SC

Eve

CT

Sept/Jan

Adults

Meisner Technique Modules for Actors

2413

15 Wks

SC

Day

CT

February

Adults

Producing a Three Week Run

2416

3 Days

SC

Day

CT

February

Adults

Public Speaking & Voice Projection

2204

5 Wks

SC

Eve

PGC

Jan/April/Sept

Adults

scene:bites (Scene Study & Workshops)

2417

8 Wks

SC

Day

CT

March

Adults

Sight Reading for Auditions and Audition Technique

2409

2 Wks

SC

Day

CT

January

Adults

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Ellie Pavlova BTEC Extended Diploma in Art and Design (Photography)

Edurne Aginaga BTEC Higher National Certificate in Photography

Katherine Brinsley Foundation Degree in Professional Photography

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Photography Specialist Photography courses include Access to HE Diploma, a full-time BTEC Higher National Certificate (recognised by the British Institute of Professional Photographers) and a Foundation Degree. We also offer evening photography courses. Our Photography Department is a member of the Association of Photographers and we provide superb industry-standard photographic studios, dark rooms and digital imaging facilities. The majority of courses start in September and a few start later in the academic year. Course

Code

Duration FT/PT/SC

Time

Location

Starts

Suitable for

BTEC Diploma in Art & Design (Level 1)

1042

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

BTEC Diploma in Art & Design (Level 2)

1001

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

Access to H.E. Diploma in Photography

1211

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

Adults

A-level Photography

1218

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

BTEC Diploma in Art & Design (Level 3)

1459

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

BTEC Higher National Certificate in Photography

1208

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

Adults

FdA Professional Photography

1210

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

Adults

Photography – Photoshop and Portrait

2472

6 Wks

SC

Eve

PGC

January

16-18/Adults

Photography For Fun

1538

5 Wks

SC

Eve

PGC

Jan/April/Sept Adults

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Public Services Public Services courses are designed to help develop the knowledge and skills you need for a career within services such as local/national government, security, the armed forces and emergency services. We offer Public Services courses at levels 2 and 3 and they are based at our Paddington Green Campus (PGC). These courses provide a combination of written and practical assignments, including field trips and presentations. Courses focus on areas such as citizenship, sport and fitness, teamwork and crime and its effects on society. In September 2014 we will also be offering a Higher National Qualification in Public Services.

Course

Code

Duration

FT/PT

Time

Location

Starts

Suitable for

BTEC Diploma in Public Services (Level 2)

1040

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18

BTEC Diploma in Public Services (Level 3)

1051

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18

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Science City of Westminster College has an excellent and well-established reputation for providing education and training in Science. We offer courses ranging from Level to Level 4. Our GCSE and A-level courses include fast-track Science GCSE for students who need a science qualification in order to progress onto teacher training (PGCE) courses. Our BTEC Level 3 Diplomas in Medical Sciences and Forensic Science provide a good background for students wishing to progress to university to study a science-based course in areas such as biomedical science, pharmacy, biochemistry, genetics, forensic science, material science, nursing, midwifery and radiography. Courses are run by highly-qualified staff who have direct experience of hospital and industrial work. We also have close links with employers and professional/lead bodies. All courses are based at our Paddington Green Campus (PGC), which offers you superb learning facilities, including a range of specialist laboratories and workshops.

Course

Code

Duration FT/PT

Time

Location

Starts

Suitable for

BTEC Diploma in Applied Science (Level 1)

1035

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

BTEC Diploma in Applied Science (Level 2)

1569

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

Fast Track GCSE Science

1570

22 Wks

PT

Eve

PGC

November

16-18/Adults

GCSE Biology

1395

1 Yr

PT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

GCSE Science

1735

1 Yr

PT

Eve

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

Access to H.E. Diploma in Humanities & Social Science

1105

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

Adults

Access to H.E. Diploma in Science

1378

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

Adults

A-level Biology

1381

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

A-level Chemistry

1383

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

A-level Physics

1393

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

BTEC Diploma in Applied Science (Forensic) (Level 3)

1520

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

BTEC Diploma in Applied Science (Medical) (Level 3)

1568

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

BTEC Higher National Diploma in Applied Biology

1535

2 Yrs

FT/PT

Day

PGC

September

Adults

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Sound & Music Technology As a major national provider of Sound Engineering and Music Technology training, we have excellent links and work closely with major employers in these exciting and fast- moving industries to ensure students receive the relevant skills and qualifications for employment. We are a Westminster Skillset Media Academy with the University of Westminster. We are also a Founder College of the National Skills Academy for Creative & Cultural (NSACC). We provide specialist education and training to equip students with ‘industry ready’ skills for employment or Higher Education. We offer everything from beginner short courses up to Level 4, including a BTEC Higher National Diploma in Music Production. All courses are based at our Paddington Green Campus (PGC), which has excellent facilities including industry-standard sound recording, music technology and theatre lighting studios and workshops. Students can also gain valuable ‘real-life’ experience, supporting Performing Arts performances in our superb Sarah Siddons theatre, with additional opportunities in the College’s Theatre, the Cockpit in nearby Gateforth Street. The majority of courses start in September and a few start later in the academic year.

Course

Code

Duration FT/PT/SC Time Location Starts

BTEC Diploma in Music Technology (Level 2)

1048

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September 16-18

BTEC Diploma in Music Technology (Level 3)

1049

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September 16-18/Adults

BTEC Higher National Diploma in Music Production

1131

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September Adults

FdA Creative Music Production & Business

1931

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September Adults

Basically Sound

2232

5 Wks

SC

Eve

PGC

January

16-18/Adults

Fall in Love With Your DSLR

2494

5 Wks

SC

Eve

PGC

February

16-18/Adults

How to Release, Manage and Promote your Music in the Digital Era!

2471

6 Wks

SC

Eve

PGC

Various

16-18/Adults

Introduction to Electronic Music Production

2470

6 Wks

SC

Eve

PGC

January

16-18/Adults

Introduction to Songwriting

2493

8 Wks

SC

Eve

PGC

January

16-18/Adults

Introduction to Studio Recording & Engineering

2233

7 Wks

SC

Eve

PGC

February

16-18/Adults

Live Sound and PA Technique for Theatre Technicians

2414

2 Days

SC

Day

CT

February

Adults

Perfect Drum Production

2543

5 Wks

SC

Eve

PGC

Various

16-18/Adults

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Sport & Leisure Our Sports courses can provide you with the skills and qualifications you need to succeed in careers within the sport and leisure industries. Courses are based at our Paddington Green Campus (PGC), which offers outstanding facilities, including a Sports Hall built to Sport England specifications and a fully–equipped Health and Fitness suite. The majority of courses start in September and a few start later in the academic year.

Course

Code

Duration

FT/PT/SC Time

Location Starts

Suitable for

BTEC Diploma in Sport and Active Leisure (Level 1)

1630

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18

BTEC Diploma in Sport (Level 2)

1010

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

CYQ Accredited Fitness Instructors (Level 2)

1177

10 Wks

PT

Eve

PGC

November

Adults

BTEC Diploma in Sport & Exercise Sciences (Level 3)

1052

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

BTEC Diploma in Sport (Level 3)

1039

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

BTEC Higher National Diploma in Sport (Health, Fitness and Exercise)

1523

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

Adults

Pilates

1583

7 Wks

SC

Eve

PGC

Jan/April/Sept

16-18/Adults

Yoga

2545

7 Wks

SC

Eve

PGC

Jan/April/Sept

16-18/Adults

Yoga for Artists

2407

Continuous

SC

Day

CT

January

Adults

Zumba

1584

7 Wks

SC

Eve

PGC

Jan/April/Sept

16-18/Adults

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Teaching City of Westminster College offers both DTLLS and PTLLS courses for those wishing to undertake teacher training.

DTLLS The Level 5 Diploma in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector (DTLLS) is the teaching qualification developed particularly for the full teaching role in further education. It prepares trainee teachers for a wide range of contexts. The qualification meets the requirements of the Further Education Teachers Qualifications (England) Regulations 2007. In order to gain full qualified status, teachers need to complete Qualified Teaching Learning and Skills (QTLS), through Professional Formation, on completion of their DTLLS. These courses can be studied full-time, over 1 Yr, or part-time over 2 Yrs. The full-time mode includes a full teaching placement and mentor. There is also the opportunity to follow a Literacy or ESOL specialist pathway. DIPLOMA IN LITERACY OR ESOL This top up qualification, for those that already have a general teaching qualification, is offered as a one year part-time evening programme. PTLLS The Level 3 or Level 4 Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS) is an introductory teaching qualification. It prepares learners for teaching and training in a wide range of contexts and does not require learners to be teaching whilst taking the qualification. The purpose and content of the Level 3 and Level 4 courses are the same. The qualification meets the requirements of the Further Education Teachers Qualifications (England) Regulations 2007, and achieving it will provide sufficient evidence that an individual has acquired the necessary skills and knowledge to teach beyond an initial year in the FE sector. This programme can be studied part-time in the evening, or as a more intensive day-time course.

Course

Code

Duration FT/PT Time

Location Starts

Cache Certificate in Supporting Teaching & Learning (Level 2)

1230

1 Yr

Suitable for

PT

Day

QPC

September Adults

Preparation for Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS) (Level 3) 1769 16 Wks (Sept) 2084 (Feb)

PT

Eve/ Sat

PGC

Sept/Feb

Adults

Preparation for Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS) (Level 4) 2085 16 Wks (Sept) 2086 (Feb)

PT

Eve/ Sat

PGC

Sept/Feb

Adults

Preparation for Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS) (Level 4) 2262

6 Wks

PT

Day

PGC

Sep/ Oct/ Adults Dec/Jan/ March/May

Diploma in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector (DTLLS) (Level 5)

2089

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September Adults

Diploma in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector (DTLLS) (Level 5)

2087

2 Yrs

PT

Eve

PGC

September Adults

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Travel & Tourism Our Travel & Tourism courses can provide you with skills and qualifications for an exciting career within the event, hospitality and tourism industries. Our courses range from Entry Level to Level 4 and include key areas such as effective communication, customer service, marketing and business. Courses are based at our Paddington Green Campus (PGC), which has excellent facilities and a well-equipped Learning Resource Centre. The majority of courses start in September and a few start later in the academic year.

Course

Code

Duration FT/PT

Time

Location Starts

Suitable for

Foundation Studies in Business and Travel & Tourism (Entry 3)

1054

1 Yr

FT

Day

QPC

September

16-18/Adults

Back to Work - Travel Services

1764

1 Yr

PT

Day

PGC

September

Adults

BTEC Diploma in Travel and Tourism (Level 1)

1008

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18

BTEC Diploma in Travel and Tourism (Level 2)

1006

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18

Cabin Crew

1585 (Sept) 1586 (Feb)

18 Wks

PT

Eve

PGC

Sept/Feb

Adults

BTEC Diploma in Travel and Tourism (Level 3)

1007

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

16-18

BTEC Higher National Diploma in Travel & Tourism Management

1582

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

Adults

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Higher education City of Westminster College offers a range of higher education and training options for students who wish to move on to the next level of study through a Further Education College. Courses include part-time and full-time modes of study in Foundation Degrees, BTEC Higher National Certificates and Diplomas, Level 4 Apprenticeships and professional qualifications in some subject areas. If candidates do not have the relevant qualification or experience, the College offers a range of courses at Level 3 (including BTEC Diploma, Access to HE Diploma and A-level courses) to prepare them for Higher Education. We now offer a range of courses in subjects including Applied Biology, Building Services Engineering, Business, Computing & Systems Development, Construction & the Built Environment, Creative Music Production & Business, Photography, Science, Sport, and Travel & Tourism. The College has close links with employers to ensure that our vocational courses give you the skills and experience to progress into employment within your chosen industry. The College also has a progression agreement with local universities, enabling our students to enter their final year of a Degree programme after the completion of a Foundation Degree or Higher National Diploma with us.

Our Progression Pledge Our students enjoy their time here at City of Westminster College so much that they don’t want to leave us! This is partly why we have introduced new HE courses and we are planning to expand our offer. If you successfully complete your Level 3 (with ABB or equivalent grades), our Progression Pledge guarantees you the offer of a place on an appropriate Foundation Degree/Higher National qualification here at City of Westminster College (subject to a satisfactory interview, reference and application).

Affordable HE courses Our HE courses are more affordable than you might think (see page 78 for more information). With nothing to pay upfront, you will only have to pay back your tuition fee loan once you are earning a minimum of £21,000. For example, if you were earning £22,000 per year the repayment on a tuition fee loan might work out at just £7.50 per month.

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Higher education Access to HE Diploma Our Access to HE Diploma courses are accredited by the Open College Network (London Region). These courses are designed for adults, who have previously missed opportunities to gain academic qualifications, so you do not need specific qualifications to get onto a course. However, you must be 19 years or over and committed to studying intensively. You must also demonstrate aptitude for this level of study by gaining satisfactory results in entry tests in literacy and, where relevant, numeracy. Access to HE courses equip students with high levels of motivation to move on to further study at university level and the College is proud of the many students who have succeeded in winning places at university – some with scholarships. Access to HE courses are equivalent to a Level 3 course like A-levels and BTEC Level 3.

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Course

Code

Duration

FT/PT

Time

Location

Starts

Suitable for

Access to H.E. Diploma in Business Studies

1065

1 Yr

FT/PT

Day

PGC

September

Adults

Access to H.E. Diploma in Humanities & Social Science

1105

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

Adults

Access to H.E. Diploma in Nursing

1237

1 Yr

PT

Day

QPC

September

Adults

Access to H.E. Diploma in Photography

1211

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

Adults

Access to H.E. Diploma in Science

1378

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

Adults

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Higher education Higher National Qualifications BTEC Higher National Certificate and Higher National Diploma (HNC/HND) are industry-focused and much valued in their relevant sectors, offering skills and knowledge to ensure you are career ready and can progress to senior roles. City of Westminster College offers courses in Applied Biology, Building Services Engineering, Business, Computing & Systems Development, Construction & the Built Environment, Music Production, Photography, Sport and Travel & Tourism. All courses are based at Paddington Green Campus, where you benefit from excellent facilities and learning resources, as well as teaching and support designed to assist you achieve your career goals. Course

Code

Duration

FT/PT

Time

Location Starts

Suitable for

BTEC Higher National Certificate in Building Services Engineering (Electrical)

1616

2 Yrs

PT

Day

PGC

September

Adults

BTEC Higher National Certificate in Building Services Engineering (Mechanical)

1353

2 Yrs

PT

Day

PGC

September

Adults

BTEC Higher National Certificate in Construction and the Built Environment (Civil Engineering)

1734

2 Yrs

PT

Day

PGC

September

Adults

BTEC Higher National Certificate in Photography

1208

1 Yr

FT

Day

PGC

September

Adults

BTEC Higher National Diploma in Applied Biology

1535

2 Yrs

FT/PT

Day

PGC

September

Adults

BTEC Higher National Diploma in Business

1563

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

Adults

BTEC Higher National Diploma in Computing & Systems Development

1930

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

Adults

BTEC Higher National Diploma in Music Production

1131

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

Adults

BTEC Higher National Diploma in Sport (Health, Fitness and Exercise)

1523

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

Adults

BTEC Higher National Diploma in Travel & Tourism Management

1582

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

Adults

Foundation Degrees Foundation Degrees are nationally recognised qualifications at graduate level, and the qualification achieved is equivalent to completing the first and second years of a Bachelor of Arts (BA) or Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree. On successful completion of a Foundation Degree, students may be eligible to move on to further study, including the final year of a BA/BSc degree programme in the same field. We offer two full-time Foundation Degree courses which are validated by the University of Westminster. Course

Code

Duration

FT/PT

Time

Location Starts

Suitable for

FdA Creative Music Production & Business

1931

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

Adults

FdA Professional Photography

1210

2 Yrs

FT

Day

PGC

September

Adults

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Skills for Work Our Business Development Team are here to help you progress in your career, whether you are employed or unemployed. We provide high quality training to develop your skills and improve your employability. If you’re not working and need help in getting the skills needed for a job, we can help! We offer a great range of short courses and training to help you get the job you want.

For 16-19 year olds Training for Work – Your Choice Your Voice This 3-4 week programme is designed to: • Listen to what you want to do • Give you the best individual support, advice, information and training to help you get a job or an Apprenticeship • Provide help with producing a successful CV, job search, job applications, interview preparation, rights and responsibilities at work, team work, self-management and personal development • Guarantee you at least one interview with an employer by the end of the programme • Continue to offer you support for up to six months when you start your next step This programme runs throughout the year.

Courses for 19+ Need to improve your English or Maths? We can help you improve your English and Maths so you can get that job you want! This programme runs throughout the year for 8 weeks - 16 hours per week. English for Work (ESOL) We offer a number of programmes, at all levels, which can help give you the English Language and other skills you need to get a job. These 6 and 12 week programmes run throughout the year. Training for Work This 2-6 week programme provides a range of individual support to help you find a job, and includes specific help with producing a successful CV, job search skills, applying for jobs, interview preparation and skills, rights and responsibilities at work, team work, self-management and personal development. We guarantee you at least one interview with an employer by the end of the programme. This programme runs throughout the year.

Degree2Work If you’re an unemployed graduate and need help in securing employment, our Degree2Work programme can help. This 2-6 week programme offers individual help with job search, job matching, job applications, CVs and general job application skills. We guarantee you a least one interview with an employer by the end of your programme. This programme runs throughout the year. Retail & Hospitality If you are seeking a job in the Retail or Hospitality sectors, this two week full-time programme provides specific skills needed for working in these industries including retail skills, employability skills, First Aid, Food Hygiene and Manual Handling. Regular start dates throughout the year. Introduction to Construction Skills and CSCS card This four week programme provides the essential skills with a focus on Plumbing and Electrical Installation training, and the regulatory CSCS skills card needed for working within the Construction Industry. Regular start dates throughout the year. SIA Licence courses This programme is for those seeking to work within the Security Industry. Continuous start dates throughout the year. Door Supervision This four week programme provides training for roles and responsibilities in Door Supervision, Conflict Management and Physical Intervention. It also includes Public Service and employability skills, Counter Terrorism and Emergency First Aid. CCTV This two week programme is for those who want to gain the skills required to be a Closed Circuit Television Operator. Close Protection This six week programme is aimed at those who already have some experience of working in Security, the armed forces, door supervision or similar and who are seeking a qualification to work at the highest level within the security industry. Includes Public Service Skills Counter Terrorism and First Aid at Work. All programmes seek to secure interviews/employment within the industry.

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Skills for Work Apprenticeships

Employers

Apprenticeships are a great way for you to get real training at work, as well as gaining a nationally recognised and relevant qualification. We offer a wide range of Apprenticeships for anyone aged over 16 years old who is a UK resident and in employment.

If you are an Employer interested in taking on an Apprentice, we can provide a full wrap-around service to support your Apprentice programme.

If you are interested in an Apprenticeship but you are not working at the moment, we can offer you a Pre-Apprenticeship Programme to provide a complete introduction to what you can do. If you are in employment, your employer must be willing to support you through your Apprenticeship – a process that can take between one and four years to complete, depending on the level of Apprenticeship and the industry sector.

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We will: • assign an Account Manager to support your needs throughout the programmea • register your Apprentices on the relevant framework • assign an Assessor and Tutor for the duration of the programme • monitor progress and ensure Apprentice skills match your business needs • In addition there is a £1500 grant available for many employers who take on an 18-24 year old Apprentice

Course

Code

Duration

FT/PT Time

Location Starts

Suitable for

Intermediate Apprenticeship in Accounting (AAT)

2564

1 Yr

PT

Flexible

PGC

Flexible

16-18/Adults

Intermediate Apprenticeship in Business Administration (Level 2)

1932

1 Yr

PT

Flexible

PGC

Flexible

16-18/Adults

Intermediate Apprenticeship in Community Arts (Level 2)

2548

1 Yr

PT

Flexible

PGC

Flexible

16-18/Adults

Intermediate Apprenticeship in Creative and Digital Media (Level 2)

2549

1 Yr

PT

Flexible

PGC

Flexible

16-18/Adults

Intermediate Apprenticeship in Cultural Heritage (Level 2)

2550

1 Yr

PT

Flexible

PGC

Flexible

16-18/Adults

Intermediate Apprenticeship in Cultural Venue Operations (Level 2)

2551

1 Yr

PT

Flexible

PGC

Flexible

16-18/Adults

Intermediate Apprenticeship in Customer Service (Level 2)

1991

1 Yr

PT

Flexible

PGC

Flexible

16-18/Adults

Intermediate Apprenticeship in Live Events and Promotions (Level 2)

2552

1 Yr

PT

Flexible

PGC

Flexible

16-18/Adults

Intermediate Apprenticeship in Motor Vehicle (Level 2)

2553

1 Yr

PT

Flexible

PGC

Flexible

16-18/Adults

Intermediate Apprenticeship in Music Business (Level 2)

2554

1 Yr

PT

Flexible

PGC

Flexible

16-18/Adults

Intermediate Apprenticeship in Plumbing (Level 2)

2234

1 Yr

PT

Flexible

PGC

Flexible

16-18/Adults

Intermediate Apprenticeship in Team Leading (Level 2)

2011

1 Yr

PT

Flexible

PGC

Flexible

16-18/Adults

Intermediate Apprenticeship in Technical Theatre ((Level 2)

2555

1 Yr

PT

Flexible

PGC

Flexible

16-18/Adults

Intermediate Apprenticeship IT User (Level 2)

2556

1 Yr

PT

Flexible

Workbased

Flexible

16-18/Adults

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Skills for Work Course

Code Duration

FT/PT Time

Location Starts

Suitable for

Advanced Apprenticeship in Accounting (AAT)

2565 18 Mths - 24 Mths

PT

Flexible

PGC

Flexible 16-18/Adults

Advanced Apprenticeship in Business Administration (Level 3)

2283 18 Mths - 24 Mths

PT

Flexible

PGC

Flexible 16-18/Adults

Advanced Apprenticeship in Community Arts (Level 3)

2169 18 Mths - 24 Mths

PT

Flexible

PGC

Flexible 16-18/Adults

Advanced Apprenticeship in Creative and Digital Media (Level 3)

2147 18 Mths - 24 Mths

PT

Flexible

PGC

Flexible 16-18/Adults

Advanced Apprenticeship in Cultural Heritage (Level 3)

2180 18 Mths - 24 Mths

PT

Flexible

PGC

Flexible 16-18/Adults

Advanced Apprenticeship in Cultural Venue Operations (Level 3)

2557 18 Mths - 24 Mths

PT

Flexible

PGC

Flexible 16-18/Adults

Advanced Apprenticeship in Customer Service (Level 3)

2558 18 Mths - 24 Mths

PT

Flexible

Workbased

Flexible 16-18/Adults

Advanced Apprenticeship in Electro-Technical Engineering (Level 3)

2559 18 Mths - 24 Mths

PT

Flexible

Workbased

Flexible 16-18/Adults

Advanced Apprenticeship in Employment Related Services (Advice & Guidance) (Level 3)

2207 18 Mths - 24 Mths

PT

Flexible

PGC

Flexible 16-18/Adults

Advanced Apprenticeship in Live Events and Promotions (Level 3)

2162 18 Mths - 24 Mths

PT

Flexible

PGC

Flexible 16-18/Adults

Advanced Apprenticeship in Management Queen’s Park(Level 3)

2444 18 Mths - 24 Mths

PT

Flexible

Workbased

Flexible 16-18/Adults

Advanced Apprenticeship in Music Business (Level 3)

2192 18 Mths - 24 Mths

PT

Flexible

PGC

Flexible 16-18/Adults

Advanced Apprenticeship in Technical Theatre (Level 3)

2173 18 Mths - 24 Mths

PT

Flexible

PGC

Flexible 16-18/Adults

Advanced Apprenticeship IT User (Level 3)

2560 18 Mths - 24 Mths

PT

Flexible

Workbased

Flexible 16-18/Adults

Higher Apprenticeship in Construction Operations Management (Level 4)

2561 3 Yrs

PT

Flexible

Workbased

Flexible Adults

Higher Apprenticeship in Employment Related Services (Advice & Guidance) (Level 4)

2562 18 Mths - 24 Mths

PT

Flexible

Workbased

Flexible Adults

Higher Apprenticeship in Management (Level 4)

2563 18 Mths - 24 Mths

PT

Flexible

Workbased

Flexible Adults

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Skills for Work Workforce Development We provide high quality training and support for employees in the workplace. Employees can gain valuable skills while employers improve the efficiency and productivity of their business. We are flexible and business-focused, and our professional trainers design programmes that match the needs of employers. We also have an established and very successful NVQ Assessment Centre.

Course

Code

Duration

FT/PT Time

Location

Starts

Suitable for

Certificate in Providing Security Services (Level 2)

1798

Flexible

PT

Day

PGC

Flexible

16-18/Adults

Certificate in Theatre Front of House Skills (Level 2)

2048

Flexible

PT

Flexible

Work-based

Flexible

16-18/Adults

NVQ Certificate in Business Administration (Level 2)

2228

Flexible

PT

Flexible

Work-based

Flexible

16-18/Adults

NVQ Certificate in Customer Service (Level 2)

2225

Flexible

PT

Flexible

Work-based

Flexible

16-18/Adults

NVQ Certificate in Team Leading (Level 2)

2260

Flexible

PT

Flexible

Work-based

Flexible

16-18/Adults

ITQ (Level 2)

1794

Flexible

PT

Flexible

Work-based

Flexible

16-18/Adults

Advice & Guidance (Level 3)

2220

Flexible

PT

Flexible

Work-based

Flexible

16-18/Adults

NVQ Certificate in Management (Level 3)

2258

Flexible

PT

Flexible

Work-based

Flexible

16-18/Adults

NVQ Diploma in Business Administration (Level 3)

2226

Flexible

PT

Flexible

Work-based

Flexible

16-18/Adults

NVQ Diploma in Customer Service (Level 3)

2223

Flexible

PT

Flexible

Work-based

Flexible

16-18/Adults

Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement

2253

Flexible

PT

Flexible

Work-based

Flexible

16-18/Adults

Learning & Development (Level 3)

2229

Flexible

PT

Flexible

Work-based

Flexible

16-18/Adults

Award in the Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes and Practice (TAQA IQA 2 Unit Route)

2254

Flexible

PT

Flexible

Work-based

Flexible

16-18/Adults

Certificate in Leading the Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes and Practice (TAQA IQA 3 Unit Route)

2255

Flexible

PT

Flexible

Work-based

Flexible

16-18/Adults

Advice & Guidance (Level 4)

2221

Flexible

PT

Flexible

Work-based

Flexible

16-18/Adults

NVQ Certificate in Business Administration (Level 4)

2227

Flexible

PT

Flexible

Work-based

Flexible

16-18/Adults

Learning & Development (Level 4)

2252

Flexible

PT

Flexible

Work-based

Flexible

16-18/Adults

(TAQA 3 Unit Route)

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Skills for Work Courses to help you get back into work Course

Code

Duration

FT/PT/SC Time

Location

Starts

Suitable for

Back to Work - Travel Services

1764

1 year

PT

Day

PGC

September Adults

Fresh Start

1635

Long and short courses available

PT

Day

PGC

Various

16-18

Certificate in Employability (Training for Work/Degree2Work)

2240

2-6 Wks

SC

Day

PGC

Various

Adults

Close Protection

1900

5 Wks

SC

Day

PGC

Various

Adults

Closed Circuit TV (CCTV) Training

1909

3 Days

SC

Day

PGC

Various

Adults

Construction Skills

1947

3 Wks

SC

Day

PGC

Various

Adults

Door Supervision

1904

2.5 Wks

SC

Day

PGC

Various

Adults

Employability Skills Programme (English for Work)

1791

8 Wks

SC

Day

PGC

Various

Adults

Retail and Hospitality

1911

2 Wks

SC

Day

PGC

Various

Adults

Employers – Meeting your training needs We offer high quality and professional service to help employers meet specific training needs, either to improve the work skills of your workforce, meet regulatory requirements or to meet other needs. We offer tailored courses, including short courses in a range of skills areas such as: Security, Retail, Conflict Management, Health & Safety, Food Hygiene, First Aid, Personal Development/Management, Professional Trainer, Manual Handling, English, Maths and IT. Recruitment Service We can help you find the right people for your organisation. This is a free service to both local employers and candidates. We work closely with employers to understand recruitment needs and identify potential candidates for interview. All candidates receive preinterview support and guidance, including CV writing and interview techniques. They also receive sector-specific training, ensuring their skills are current and relevant to your job specification. To discuss any of the above programmes please contact the College on 020 7723 8826 and ask to speak to a member of the Business Development Team, or email business.development@cwc.ac.uk

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Short Courses With a new, award-winning Campus in central London, we are the ideal place to build your career, learn something new or just have fun! Short courses are a great way to get a taster of College life - and you can access our fantastic facilities, teaching and support. We have classes starting throughout the year, including short daytime and evening options for adults who want to enhance their careers. These include professional courses in Accountancy (AAT), Book Keeping, Cabin Crew, Health & Safety, IT and Security. There are lots of creative options in areas such as Art & Design, Media and Music/Sound. Become skilled at Photoshop, develop theatre skills through our Performing Arts classes, build your confidence in public speaking or even learn how to be a TV presenter, music producer or blogger! If you want to get fit, try our Zumba, Pilates, or Yoga courses. Or take a language class to improve your skills for further study, business or travel. You can even save money with DIY car maintenance classes held in our fully equipped workshops. Don’t miss the opportunity to join our learning community – we offer a fantastic and friendly environment, expert teaching in a great central London location.

Art, Design, Photography, Media and Music Course

Code

Duration

Time

Location

Starts

Suitable for

Adobe Certified Associate

2530

30 Wks

Eve

PGC

September

16-18/Adults

Adobe Dreamweaver CS

2531

10 Wks

Eve

PGC

February

16-18/Adults

Adobe Flash CS

2532

10 Wks

Eve

PGC

April

16-18/Adults

Adobe Photoshop CS

2533

10 Wks

Eve

PGC

April

16-18/Adults

Basically Sound

2232

5 Wks

Eve

PGC

January

16-18/Adults

Fall in Love With Your DSLR

2494

5 Wks

Eve

PGC

February

16-18/Adults

Final Cut Pro

2230

5 Wks

Eve

PGC

Various

16-18/Adults

How to Release, Manage and Promote your Music in the Digital Era!

2471

6 Wks

Eve

PGC

Various

16-18/Adults

Introduction to Electronic Music Production

2470

6 Wks

Eve

PGC

January

16-18/Adults

Introduction to Songwriting

2493

8 Wks

Eve

PGC

January

16-18/Adults

Introduction to Studio Recording & Engineering

2233

7 Wks

Eve

PGC

February

16-18/Adults

Introductory Photoshop

1539

5 Wks

Eve

PGC

Jan/ April/Sept

16-18/Adults

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Short Courses Art, Design, Photography, Media and Music Course

Code

Duration

Time

Location

Starts

Suitable for

Live Sound and PA Technique for Theatre Technicians

2414

2 Days

Day

CT

February

Adults

Perfect Drum Production

2543

5 Wks

Eve

PGC

Various

16-18/Adults

Photography – Photoshop and Portrait

2472

6 Wks

Eve

PGC

January

16-18/Adults

Photography For Fun

1538

5 Wks

Eve

PGC

Jan/ April/Sept

Adults

Secrets Of A Successful Blogger

2544

5 Wks

Eve

PGC

Various

16-18/Adults

TV Presenting - An Introduction

2497

1 Day

Day

PGC

Various

16-18/Adults

Course

Code

Duration

Time

Location

Starts

Suitable for

City & Guilds 2396 Award in the Design & Verification of Electrical Installations

1634

13 Wks

Eve

PGC

January

Adults

City & Guilds BS7671 17th Edition Award in Requirements for Electrical Installation (Level 3)

1454

10 Wks

Eve

PGC

January

Adults

Course

Code

Duration

Time

Location

Starts

Suitable for

Cabin Crew

1586

18 Wks

Eve

PGC

Sept/Feb

Adults

Computerised Accounts (Level 2)

2538

10 Wks

Eve

PGC

Various

Adults

CYQ Accredited Fitness Instructors (Level 2)

1177

10 Wks

Eve

PGC

November

Adults

DIY Car Maintenance

1458

10 Wks

Eve

PGC

January

Adults

Extended Award in Bookkeeping (Level 1)

1565

18 Wks

Eve

PGC

Sept/Feb

Adults

Building Services

Career Development, IT and Leisure

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Short Courses Dance and Fitness Course

Code

Duration

Time

Location

Starts

Suitable for

Pilates

1583

7 Wks

Eve

PGC

Jan/April/Sept

16-18/Adults

Yoga

2545

7 Wks

Eve

PGC

Jan/April/Sept

16-18/Adults

Yoga for Artists

2407

Continuous

Day

CT

January

Adults

Zumba

1584

7 Wks

Eve

PGC

Jan/April/Sept

16-18/Adults

english Language Course

Code

Duration Time

Location

Starts

Suitable for

Cambridge First Certificate in English

1272 (Sept) 1273 (Jan) 1274 (Apr)

12 Wks

Day/Eve

PGC

Sept/Jan/April

Adults

International English Language Testing System (IELTS) (Day)

1265 (Sept) 1266 (Jan) 1269 (Apr)

12 Wks

Day

PGC

Sept/Jan/April

Adults

International English Language Testing System (IELTS) (Eve)

1267 (Sept) 1268 (Jan) 1270 (Apr)

12 Wks

Eve

PGC

Sept/Jan/April

Adults

Health and Safety Course

Code

Duration

Time

Location

Starts

Suitable for

Emergency First Aid

2052

1 Day

Day

PGC

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16-18/Adults

First Aid at Work

2053

3 Days

Day

PGC

Various

16-18/Adults

First Aid for Live Events Workers

2408

1 Wk

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CT

January

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Food Safety at Work (Food Hygiene)

2055

1 Day

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PGC

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Short Courses Languages Course

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Time

Location Starts

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Beginners Arabic

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10 Wks

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PGC

Various

Adults

Beginners French

2536

10 Wks

Eve

PGC

Various

Adults

Beginners Italian

2537

10 Wks

Eve

PGC

Various

Adults

Beginners Spanish

2469

10 Wks

Eve

PGC

Jan/April/Sept

16-18/Adults

Course

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Duration

Time

Location Starts

Suitable for

Acting Shakespeare

2534

5 Wks

Eve

PGC

Jan/April/Sept

Adults

Acting To Camera

2535

5 Wks

Eve

PGC

Jan/April/Sept

Adults

From Script To Screen

2539

5 Wks

Eve

PGC

Various

Adults

Improvisation for Actors

2402

8 Wks

Eve

CT

January

Adults

Impulse Training for Actors

2403

8 Wks

Eve

CT

January

Adults

Introduction to Meisner Technique

2406

5 Wks

Day

CT

February

Adults

Introduction to Meisner Technique

2405

5 Wks

Eve

CT

January

Adults

Kathak Dance

2541

12 Wks

Eve

CT

Sept/Jan

Adults

Life Skills and Career Development for Artists

2411

2 Days

Day

CT

January

Adults

Live Sound and PA Technique for Theatre Technicians

2414

2 Days

Day

CT

February

Adults

Meisner Technique Modules for Actors

2413

15 Wks

Day

CT

February

Adults

Performance and Theatre

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Short Courses Performance and Theatre Course

Code

Duration

Time

Location Starts

Suitable for

Personal Licence Holder

2412

1 Wk

Day

CT

February

Adults

Producing a Three Week Run

2416

3 Days

Day

CT

February

Adults

Public Speaking & Voice Projection

2204

5 Wks

Eve

PGC

Jan/April/Sept

Adults

Rigging for the Entertainment Industry

2547

3 Days

Day

CT

Various

16-18/Adults

scene:bites (Scene Study & Workshops)

2417

8 Wks

Day

CT

March

Adults

Sight Reading for Auditions and Audition Technique

2409

2 Wks

Day

CT

January

Adults

Suzuki Method Masterclass

2404

1 Wk

Day

CT

January

Adults

Text Analysis for Actors

2418

2 Days

Day

CT

January

Adults

Yoga for Artists

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Continuous

Day

CT

January

Adults

Course

Code

Duration

Time

Location Starts

Suitable for

Certificate in Close Protection

2054

15 Days

Day

PGC

Monthly

Adults

Closed Circuit TV (CCTV) Training

1779

3 Days

Day

PGC

Various

Adults

Counter Terrorism Awareness

2546

0.5 Day

Day

PGC

Monthly

16-18/Adults

Designated Premises Supervision

2410

1 Wk

Day

CT

January

Adults

Door Staff and Security for Live Events

2415

1 Day

Day

CT

February

Adults

Door Supervision

1783

4 Days

Day

PGC

Various

Adults

Security Training

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4 Steps to apply Complete an application form

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2.

Choose a course What subjects do you want to study? What interests you? What are your career goals? Once you know the answer to all or at least one of these questions it may help you to decide what course to study. This guide has all the information you need to apply for a course. Our website has a full listing of all our courses with detailed information to help you make the right choice. You may also want to consider attending an Open Day. Open Days are a great way to get a taste of what college life is all about. You have the opportunity to speak to course tutors and course advisers and find more information about the course you want to do, tour the campuses and take part in activities.

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Once you have chosen the course you want to study, you can apply by completing the application form enclosed. For most of our courses we accept applications throughout the year. However, many of our courses are extremely popular as places are limited early application is advised. Send your completed application form to: City of Westminster College, FREEPOST LON3154, London W2 1BR (No stamp needed - UK only)

Interview/assessment Once we have received your completed application form, we will contact you via letter with a date for an initial assessment or an interview.Your letter will have full details of your interview/assessment date, time and location. If your interview is successful you will receive either a conditional or unconditional for the course of your choice or an alternative offer.

enrol You will be invited by letter to complete your enrolment usually at the campus where you have applied. Enrolment takes place throughout August (check website for dates). It is vital you attend enrolment; failure to attend may result in you losing your place. Even if you do not achieve your predicted results still come along on the enrolment date you have been given with your results. Course advisors will be on hand to help you with alternative course choices or re-sits.


WHAT DO yOU WANT TO Be? PROFeSSIONAL RUGBy PLAyeR Daniel IMI Diploma in Vehicle Maintenance and Repair (Level 2) "I come from a pretty deprived part of London - I thought if I moved away I'd be able to concentrate on my studies and it's worked. I train four times a week and I dedicate myself to being the best. I'm with London Irish and I have to make sure I'm on top of my game! I've been selected for the England Under-21s South Africa tour next year. If I don't become a professional rugby player I'd love to be an engineer for a top sports car brand like McLaren." For more, visit our Facebook page

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Student Support At City of Westminster College we offer support throughout your studies – even if the issue is unrelated to your course. If you need confidential advice or information on matters such as fees, financial support, grants, accommodation, immigration, childcare or other personal issues, we encourage you to get in touch with our Student Advisers. They also provide short-term counselling. To contact an Adviser before you apply for a course, please call our Information & Advice Centre on 020 7723 8826 and arrange a time to speak with them. Welfare We offer practical help and advice including: • Fees, grants and other sources of financial help (including Bursary and discretionary Learner Support Fund applications) • Support for Looked After young people and recent Care Leavers • Accommodation, leaving home and emergency housing • Rights, entitlements and support for asylum seekers, immigrants and refugees • Your rights and entitlements as an international student • Domestic violence • Sexual health • Benefits e.g. Job Seeker’s Allowance Counselling Support If you are experiencing personal difficulties which are affecting your wellbeing and/or ability to study, you can contact us to talk through your feelings and concerns in confidence. We offer short-term counselling and can help source long-term counselling and support services outside the College. Careers Advice We have two Careers Advisers during term time who offer free, confidential and impartial information, advice and guidance to help you decide on your next steps. This includes help with university applications, further study, employment and training opportunities. Our College Course Advisers can also help with progression information if you are considering other College courses.

Personal Tutor All full-time students are allocated a personal tutor who will meet with you on a regular basis to monitor your progress and attendance and assist with other issues. They can explain and advise on College rules, your learning programme, assessments, examinations and all aspects of your course. Induction The College provides an induction programme for all students on full-time mainstream programmes at Level 3 or below. Inductions give students the opportunity to ensure they are on the right course and have access to all the support they need to succeed. Students work with tutors to produce Individual Learning Plans (ILPs) and agree objectives and actions to ensure they progress in their study. We know from what students tell us that induction is very useful.It helps them to identify their learning style, strengths and areas for improvement, raising their confidence and setting targets and challenges. It also helps them to consider future programmes of study and career directions, and gives them the opportunity to discuss their goals and ambitions. English Language Support and Key Skills We offer comprehensive English Language support on most mainstream courses. Support is also available in key skills to help you with your studies, including numeracy (maths), IT and study skills. (See also Dyslexia, Learning Difficulties and Disabilities below). Equal Opportunities We are totally committed to providing education and training for all, irrespective of ethnicity, gender, transgender, disability, religion, age or sexual orientation. Our Equal Opportunities Policy is monitored and reviewed regularly to make sure that it works for you.

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Student Support Students with Dyslexia and other specific learning difficulties We have specialist staff available to provide additional learning support for students at the College. If you have dyslexia or another specific learning difficulty and would like further details of the support on offer or a pre-entry appointment please contact us on: 020 7258 2914/2991. Students with Disabilities We have a specialist team who provide additional learning support for students with disabilities, such as physical, sensory impairments, learning difficulties, mental health difficulties, Asperger’s Syndrome, medical conditions, emotional and behavioural difficulties and young people who have had Statements while at school.

There are refectories at Paddington Green Campus and Queen’s Park Campus offering a choice of reasonably-priced hot and cold refreshments. Paddington Green Campus also has a public café on the ground floor. Learning Resource Centres Our well equipped Learning Resource Centres at Paddington Green Campus and Queen’s Park Campus provide a full range of services for students including: • Inductions • Study spaces, for quiet study or group work • Computers, laptops and Apple Macs • Facilities for scanning, printing and photocopying • Reference and lending collections

We are committed to ensuring that reasonable adjustments are made so that students are not disadvantaged in any way during their time at City of Westminster College. For full details of the support available, or to arrange a confidential pre-entry interview, please contact the Disability Support team: Anne Sheeran on 020 7258 2914/ anne.sheeran@cwc.ac.uk Laura Carey on 020 7258 2991/ laura.carey@cwc.ac.uk Health and Security The personal security of students, staff and visitors, and their property, is of paramount importance at City of Westminster College. We strive to ensure that we maintain a welcoming and safe environment for everyone that studies, works and visits us, while also maintaining security and safety for all. For everyone’s comfort and safety we have a strict no-smoking policy in College buildings. Please note that casual hoods must be kept down within the College environment and you must wear a visible College ID Card at all times while on College premises. Car Parking Car parking is strictly limited to students, staff and visitors with registered mobility issues and must be arranged in advance. Queen’s Park Campus has limited bicycle parking, while Paddington Green Campus has ample parking facilities for bicycles and motorbikes/mopeds. However, all bikes and motorbikes are parked at the owner’s risk and we strongly advise you to secure bikes/motorbikes with a suitable lock. Refectories

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• Resources in a wide range of formats, including books, journals and online resources • Workshops to help you improve your IT research and referencing skills Learning Centre staff also work closely with your teachers to offer support and help you develop and improve your IT skills. During term-times students will be able to borrow laptop computers. Opening hours: Paddington Green Campus: Monday-Thursday 9am-8pm and Friday 9am-3pm. Queen’s Park Campus: Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm and Friday 9am-3pm For advice or support please contact: • Paddington Green Campus Learning Resource Centre: 020 7258 2738 • Queen’s Park Campus Learning Resource Centre: 020 7258 2813


WHAT DO yOU WANT TO Be? MIDWIFe Dave Access to H.E. Diploma Nursing "6 years ago I delivered a baby in a pub I'd seen so much Holby City and Casualty I knew exactly what to do...! When the Paramedics arrived all they did was cut the umbilical cord, they said I'd done exactly what they would have done. I knew from then on that I wanted to go into nursing - I chose City of Westminster College because of the reputation for the course and how well it prepares you for a career - the teaching and support is amazing... I travel from a long way away every day, but it's worth it, there's nothing like it in my area. Once I finish my course I want to go on to study Adult Nursing at University and then specialise in Midwifery." For more, visit our Facebook page

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Student Life Life at College isn’t just about achieving the best grades, it’s also about meeting new people, participating in enrichment activities and preparing you for the world of work or further study. The College’s Student Enrichment Team plan and support an exciting range of clubs and societies, which are mainly studentled by the College’s Student Council and Student Ambassadors. Our newly appointed College Sports Maker has joined the Enrichment Team and we are now able to offer additional leisure based sports activities, from football or basketball to street dance. These activities will give students the opportunity to learn new skills, get involved in sports, volunteering, coaching or just have fun. For students who are interested in competitive sports, the College competes in London-wide basketball and table tennis leagues. The Enrichment Team also work in partnership with external services within the wider community to ensure that students can access support and information from organisations such as Brook and the Youth Project International. Other specialist agencies come in to deliver regular tutorials on issues such as drug dependency, budgeting and rights and responsibilities.

All students enrolling on a course are invited to become a member of the College’s Students’ Council, which is part of the National Union of Students (NUS). This membership gives students access to advice and information, discounts on travel, shopping, stationery and many other useful benefits to make living on a student budget easier. Each class elects a Course Representative who receives training. The Students’ Council is also elected and two of its members are Student Governors who sit on the Governing Body of the College. This is to ensure that the views and voices of students are heard by the College. It’s your Students’ Council – and that means you can take an active part in shaping it. We encourage you to develop clubs and societies based around your particular interests, organise trips, parties and various other leisure and sporting activities. In short, being a student at City of Westminster College is your opportunity to play an active role in our community, make friends, learn new things and ensure your voice as a learner is heard.

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Fee Information City of Westminster College is the champion of affordable, quality education as reflected in its further and higher education courses. Some students, however, depending upon their personal circumstances, such as your residential status (home or international), your age, the course (part-time or full-time) and whether you are on any benefits maybe required to pay a course fee.

Fee Assessment and Status In order to calculate your fees we assess the information that you supply on the application and enrolment form. In addition you maybe required to provide documentation to verify your status. The fees that you pay for your course(s) will then depend on your personal circumstances such as your status (home or international), your age, the course (part-time or full-time) and whether you are in receipt of any benefits. If you receive certain types of benefits you may qualify for a reduced fee. If you tell us that you are receiving certain incomebased benefits, or that you have a special visa on your passport or immigration papers, we will ask you to provide documents to verify this information.

Further Education Courses – (Entry to Level 3) All our further education courses (Entry to Level 3) are free to EU residents who are under 19 years old on the 31st August 2013.

The only fees you may have to pay are for specialist resources and equipment and the cost of these vary depending upon the subject you are studying. Depending on your circumstances, you may be eligible for financial help from the College’s Learner Support Funds. You should apply for financial support as soon as you have been offered a place. If you are aged 19 or over on 31st August 2013 and an EU resident you will normally be required to pay a course fee.

How much will my course cost? The cost of your course includes tuition fees and examination fees where applicable. Where a course requires additional specialist materials, there may be an additional cost. Some courses are cheaper than others because they are part funded by the government and these courses may also attract concession fees for some learners.

Part Funded Courses You may be eligible for a concession if: • You are aged 19-23 years old and are studying at the level of your chosen course for the first time. This applies to Level 1, 2 and 3 courses. You will have no fees to pay apart from the cost of any specialist materials or equipment used during your course, if applicable

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Fee Information • You are in receipt of a 'work- related' benefit such as Job Seekers Allowance (JSA), or work-related Employment and Support Allowance (ESA). You will have no fees to pay apart from the cost of any specialist materials or equipment used during your course, if applicable • You are in receipt of an ‘income-based’ benefit, such as Income Support or Housing Benefit. You will not be required to pay any tuition fees • If you are an asylum seeker in receipt of financial assistance (NASS), you may be eligible for concessionary fees

Students aged 24+ Advanced Learning Loan If you are aged 24 and above and studying your first Level 3 course, you may be eligible for an Advanced Learning Loan. This is available to eligible learners starting a course after 1st August 2013. To be eligible for this loan, you must be living in the UK for three years immediately before the start date of your course. You must be studying a course that is Level 3 or above, e.g. National Diploma/Certificate etc. Further information can be accessed via the College website (www.cwc.ac.uk) or from the loans information website: https://www.gov.uk/24_advanced_learning_loans

Fee remission/concessionary rates Concessionary rates are now available for learners that meet the following criteria:

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• You are aged 19-23 years old and are studying a Level 2 course for the first time • You are aged 19-23 years old and are studying a Level 3 course for the first time • You are in receipt of a 'work- related' benefit such as Job Seekers Allowance (JSA), or work-related Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) • You are in receipt of an ‘income-based’ benefit, such as Income Support or Housing Benefit. • If you are an asylum seeker in receipt of financial assistance (NASS), you may be eligible for concessionary fees.

Higher Education Courses If you are a home student, you will be eligible for a student loan covering all or part of your tuition fees. Information on how to apply for a student loan is available from the following website: https://www.gov.uk/student-finance/how-to-apply. If you are an International student, you will be required to pay the full course fee. Commercial and Professional Courses For commercial and professional courses, you will be required to pay the full course fee. Certain professional courses may be funded, depending on what qualifications you already have or if you are in receipt of work based benefits. Further information is available from our administration office. Please note: This information is correct at time of print, but may be subject to change.


WHAT DO yOU WANT TO Be? ACCOUNTANT Monick BTEC Diploma Business (Level 3) "I came to City of Westminster College because I'd heard from a lot of people that it was a great place to learn. I studied Business last year alongside some other subjects and I loved it. After I finish my course I want to go to University to study accounting... I would quite like to teach business too, so that's another option!"

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Information for International Students Non eU/eeA countries City of Westminster College welcomes international students. The College is conveniently located in central London, with easy access to transport hubs. We have a diverse multicultural student community and we offer excellent teaching and learning at our flagship Paddington Green Campus and nearby Queen’s Park Campus. Enrolment onto most courses is in August/September and applications are made from the January onwards. We are a College of Further Education and most of our courses are pre-university level. Our AS/A2 Levels, Access to Higher Education Diplomas and BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma courses will prepare you for entry to a British university. We also offer Foundation Degrees in Professional Photography, Creative Music Production & Business, in addition to a range of Higher National Certificate/Diploma courses in Applied Biology, Building Services Engineering, Business, Computing & Systems Development, Construction & the Built Environment, Music Production, Sport and Travel & Tourism. If you need to know more about our course offer, you can contact our Course Information Team via telephone 44+ (0)20 7723 8826 or by email at customer.services@cwc.ac.uk. If however, you require further information about the British education system and the opportunities it offers, as a first step we suggest that you contact the British Council or the British High Commission in your home country.

Please note: The College will be unable to offer you a place on a full-time accredited course without first seeing you for a test and a course interview. Once we receive your application we will advise you on the course and entry requirements for the course that you are interested in studying. Information on our course and entry criteria can also be accessed via the International Student pages and course information section of our website at www.cwc.ac.uk. If invited for an interview, prospective international students can apply for an entry clearance visa as a prospective student to gain entry to the United Kingdom. An applicant wishing to undertake studies in the UK and who meets the requirements of a Tier 4 Visa must obtain entry clearance as a prospective student before arriving in the UK. Prospective student entry clearance is generally granted for up to six months, if your application is successful and you are given a course offer, you can then apply for a Student Visa under Tier 4 category to enable you to study for the duration of your course. Further information and guidance regarding international student visas can be obtained from the UK Border Agency website at www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk or at the UK Council website for International Students (UKCISA) www.ukcisa.org.uk

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Our Campuses

Paddington Green Campus Our Award-winning Paddington Green Campus opened in 2011 and offers a mix of informal and formal teaching and meeting areas. With its large atrium, Learning Resource Centre, outdoor terraces and great views, the Campus offers an inspiring sense of space and light. This Campus is where many of our courses are based. With superb teaching and learning facilities including a theatre, specialist labs and workshops, IT Pods, a sports hall built to Sport England specifications, dance studio and fitness suite. There is also a canteen with outdoor terrace and a public café. The Campus also houses the Information & Advice Centre, where you can access guidance on courses and other training opportunities. Paddington Green Campus is close to Tube and mainline rail stations, and is served by major bus routes with extensive cycle and motorbike parking. To see a 360 view of our college facilities, visit our website: www.cwc.ac.uk Paddington Green Campus, Paddington Green, London W2 1NB

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We have two main campuses and a professional studio theatre all located a short distance from each other. Each venue provides students with excellent facilities for the course which they offer.

Queen’s Park Campus Located in Saltram Crescent, Queen’s Park Campus offers a friendly and supportive learning environment with specialist facilities and support. This supportive learning environment offers specialist resources to deliver teaching in key areas, including Early Years, Health & Social Care, Foundation Learning and English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL). It also offers courses for students with learning disabilities. The Campus has extensive teaching and training spaces, its own canteen and a well-equipped Learning Resource Centre. With excellent transport connections by bus and Tube and some on-site cycle parking Queen’s Park is a short distance from Paddington Green Campus, where students can access all facilities. Queen’s Park Campus, Saltram Crescent, London W9 3HW

The Cockpit The Cockpit is a superb additional training resource for students, as well as being a lively and popular venue for public performances, classes, workshops and presentations. This professional studio theatre, with on-site technical and support staff, has a large and versatile auditorium, three additional studios and a comfortable and intimate foyer and bar area. The Cockpit, Gateforth Street, London NW8 8EH


How to find us

Paddington Green Campus

Queen’s Park Campus

Paddington Green, London W2 1NB Tel: 020 7723 8826 Edgware Road

Bakerloo

Edgware Road

District

Saltram Crescent, London W9 3HW Tel: 020 7258 2812 Queen’s Park

Circle

Ham & City

Bakerloo

Queen’s Park

6, 31, 36, 187, 316, 328 and 414

Paddington and Marylebone

6, 16, 18, 98, 332, 414

The Cockpit Gateforth Street, London NW8 8EH Tel: 020 7258 2925 Edgware Road or Marylebone Edgware Road

District

Circle

6, 16, 18, 98, 139, 332 and 414

Bakerloo

Ham & City

Marylebone

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Key Contacts General enquiries Course enquiries: Business Development Team:

020 7723 8826 – customer.services@cwc.ac.uk 020 7258 2721 – customer.services@cwc.ac.uk 020 7258 2711 – business.development@cwc.ac.uk

Administration office: (Paddington Green Campus) Administration office: (Queen’s Park Campus)

020 7258 2830 020 7258 2812

Student Advice: (Paddington Green Campus) Student Advice: (Queen’s Park Campus)

020 7258 2759 020 7258 2820

Hire facilities Both our Paddington Green Campus and The Cockpit have excellent facilities to hire for events, conferences, performances and more. For more information visit www.cwc.ac.uk or contact:

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Lerease Sweeney, Events and Lettings Manager:

020 7258 5599 – lerease.sweeney@cwc.ac.uk

Dave Wybrow, Theatre Manager The Cockpit:

020 7258 2920 – dave@thecockpit.org.uk

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MISSION

City of Westminster College will provide outstanding education and training to enable our learners to achieve their full potential.

VISION

City of Westminster College will be an outstanding College.

VALUES

All information contained in this course guide is correct at the time of going to print (January 2013). However, City of Westminster College reserves the right to cancel, combine or re-schedule courses as necessary after publication. For course information call 020 7723 8826, visit our website at www.cwc.ac.uk or email customer.services@cwc.ac.uk

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