We have a number of new courses for you starting in 2020. From T Levels to the Navy Catering Academy, take a look at what you could be studying next year!
We’re excited to be one of the first colleges in the country to offer these innovative new courses for 2020. We will be offering T Levels in Construction, Digital and Education and Childcare from September 2020, with more to come in the future! Visit our very own T Level page to learn more.
On this course you will undertake a significant work-based placement with CM Sports on a weekly basis, working alongside experienced dance coaches in local schools. To see more course information and apply, visit the course page.
This is a one year full time course designed for 16-19 year olds who are interested in beauty therapy. This exciting and varied course allows you to learn a range of practical beauty therapy skills and the underpinning theory knowledge behind them. To see more course information and apply, visit the course page.
We are delighted to offer this opportunity as an exclusive arrangement with the Royal Navy. The Academy is designed for anyone who has interest in working for the Royal Navy and has a passion for cooking. This opportunity will be made available to you as an option in Year 2 on the Craft Catering Level 2 Diploma. To see more course information and apply, visit the course page.
This Level 3 course has been developed for students with a strong interest in computer programming and IT who want to combine work placements with academic study. To see more course information and apply, visit the course page.
This course explores the dynamic world of international logistics with a programme of vocational study and practical work based skills development over one year. You will acquire the skills to work in the transport and logistics industry alongside the opportunity to qualify for Fork Lift Truck Operations. To see more course information and apply, visit the course page.
To finish our new courses for 2020, the Transport Skills Academy Level 2 is designed for anyone wanting to develop some of the key skills and understanding of motor vehicle systems and the transport sector in the UK. You will have the opportunity to work with both cars on the South Downs Campus and heavy goods vehicles at an offsite centre. To see more course information and apply, visit the course page.