Important - please read the following information carefully.
What to do next
Please come along to the Hugh Baird College South Sefton Campus in order for us to get you ready to start:
Wednesday 4th September 2019, drop in anytime from 5pm to 7pm
Thursday 5th September 2019, drop in anytime from 5pm to 7pm
Wednesday 11th September 2019, drop in anytime from 5pm to 7pm
Thursday 12th September 2019, drop in anytime from 5pm to 7pm
Wednesday 18th September 2019, drop in anytime from 5pm to 7pm
Thursday 19th September 2019, drop in anytime from 5pm to 7pm
Wednesday 25th September 2019, drop in anytime from 5pm to 7pm
Thursday 26th September 2019, drop in anytime from 5pm to 7pm
Please note: Spaces are limited so please attend as early as you can to secure your place.
What you need to bring with you on the day
Any GCSE results or certificates of qualifications that you have (especially maths and English). We MUST see your qualifications before we enrol you. If you can’t find copies of your certificates/qualifications, we may be able to print them off for you from a national database.
A form of personal identification that shows your date of birth; e.g. driving licence, passport or birth certificate.
Your National Insurance number.
You can expect to be here with us for up to 90 minutes.
You can contact us in any number of ways. To speak to our Admissions Team, call 0151 353 4444. You can send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As per the college’s Terms and Conditions, courses will only run subject to a sufficient number of students being recruited.
Spaces on courses are offered (subject to suitability and qualification evidence) on a first come first served basis.
On occasion, the college may choose to combine groups in order to ensure a course is viable to run.
The college reserves the right to change, amend, modify, suspend or cancel courses at any time without notice.
In the unlikely event that a course is cancelled, we will do our best to find you a place on a similar course.
In the event of your course being oversubscribed, you may be asked to join a waiting list.
Access to student finance support funds are on a first come first served basis. For the best chance to access funds, you should complete and submit the application during enrolment. Speak to a member of staff at the enrolment events for more information.
If you are under 19 and studying at Hugh Baird College, you won’t just enrol onto a course you will enrol onto a Study Programme. Your study Programme will be individualised dependent upon previous qualifications and subject course applied for. All Study Programmes include a qualification in the subject area applied for; English and maths GCSE, personal development sessions, enrichment and employability training and external work experience. All elements of the study programme are compulsory.