- Foundation Degree in Early Childhood Studies (Higher Education: level 4)
- What you can study
- Access to Higher Education
- A Levels
- Business Admin & the Digital Office
- Carpentry and Joinery
- Post-16 SEND (for people with learning difficulties and / or disabilities)
- Early Years Education
- Electrical Installation
- Fashion and Textiles
- Health and Social Care
- Higher Education
- Hospitality and Catering
- Interactive Media
- Mastic Asphalt
- Motor Vehicle
- On Track
- Painting and Decorating
- Performing Arts and Circus Arts
- Domestic Unvented Hot Water Systems
- Teacher Training
- Wall and Floor Tiling
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Fun, exciting and practical!
These short courses are ideal if you're aged 16-18 and missed out on our main enrolment. They are designed to give you a good introduction to a vocational subject, while brushing up on your English and maths.
If you missed our main enrolment, these exciting courses are ideal. They are designed for people aged 16-18 who are looking to return to education. They are shorter courses than traditional ones and they run throughout the year.
They are designed to give you an introduction to either a clear subject pathway or a range of vocational subjects, while brushing up on your maths and English. You’ll also enhance your personal and social development and enterprise skills.
Once you’ve completed the On Track course, you’ll be in a great position to continue your education by enrolling on a full-time programme of your choice – or be ready for employment.
String of awards for On Track Media Students
Our On Track students enjoy college and develop advanced skills in the subject of their choice. Look at what our class of 2013 achieved!
Robots and Electronics!
On Track students learned how to make robots move and how to impress with electronics working with MzTEK, an organisation that encourages more women to work in the fields of new media, computer arts and technology.