As a result of the need for social distancing and the health and safety of our staff and students being our priority, our teams are currently investigating the options for the safest enrolment ahead of the new academic year, starting in September.
We are looking towards a move to an online, distanced enrolment with full explanation and instruction. Additionally, to make the process as easy as possible for you, we are going to implement an online chat function so that there is always someone available to give you the enrolment support you need.
As more firm plans are put in place, we will be in touch with you to provide everything you need to enrol and start college life – we can’t wait to meet you, virtually or otherwise!
Please remember, you place is secure and we will support you every step of the way – if you need more information or advice at this stage, please contact our School Team via one of our social media channels or email firstname.lastname@example.org
During non-contact teaching time, if at any time you require support or find yourself in crisis, please do not hesitate to use the list of numbers below to access support.
If you need support outside of these hours, please contact:-
For any information regarding Coronavirus please visit: Public Health England
Following government guidance, we are moving to telephone interviews in order to reduce the amount of face to face contact we have. We are sorry that we won’t get the chance to meet you in person but as you will appreciate, we take the safety of our students and prospective students very seriously.
If you have not already been contacted by telephone, we aim to speak to you within the coming weeks. If your contact details have changed please don’t hesitate to email us with your new details at email@example.com.
Please rest assured that this will not jeopardise your allocation of a place here with us – your place is secure and we can’t wait for you to join us. You will be contacted regarding how to enrol, as normal, in due course.
Currently, the College will remain closed for most face-to-face learning until further notice. The only exceptions to this are those who have parents/guardians that have been classed as keyworkers and vulnerable children by the government.
Yes, we have been working hard to provide all students and learners with the relevant guidance to access online learning and full support will continue to be provided remotely from your course tutors. If you are unsure, or have any questions, please contact your tutor through the usual college email system.
Your tutor should have already been in touch with you to advise you how to access the online learning resources. Please get in touch with your tutor through the usual college email system if you are unsure or need some help.
Currently, all events have been placed on hold until further notice. We will continue to review this in line with the latest Government advice regarding large gatherings and school closures. Please keep checking our social media and website for any updates.
We are constantly reviewing the current situation. Any changes will be posted on our website and social media platforms. Please keep checking regularly to stay up to date with our current position.
At the moment, we are waiting for the Government to outline their plans. As soon as we are updated, we will inform you of the details.
We understand that this must be a worrying time for you, but remember, everyone is in the same boat. You can still apply for our courses either on our website and our expert team will help talk you through the process and explain all your options when it comes to enrolment.
You can contact the College on the usual number, however, please bear with us as staff availability may be limited. We would encourage you to contact your tutor through the usual college email system. They will do their best to reply as soon as possible.
Yes, we are still taking applications for courses starting this September. You can apply quickly and easily through our website.
Yes, we offer a wide range of distance learning courses in areas including health, customer service, business admin, warehousing, team leading, mental health and data protection, to name but a few. You can study from the comfort of your own home and many are fully funded if you are aged 19+. For details and our full range of courses visit: https://www.cleveland.ac.uk/adultcourses/distance-learning/
We will hopefully have the opportunity to run explorer days later this summer. We understand that it is important to get a taste of what the College is like before you enrol. We will continue to update you as and when we have new information on this.
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