Coronavirus (COVID-19) updates


We have places available - come along to enrol with us.

Our courses are filling fast, so be sure to come along soon and secure your place!

Enroment Days

  • Wednesday 30 September, anytime between 5pm and 7pm
  • Thursday 1 October, anytime between 5pm and 7pm

Enrolment takes place at our Balliol Road Campus (Balliol Road, Bootle, L20 7EW).

What you need to bring with you on the day

  • Any GCSE results or certificates of qualifications that you have (especially maths and English). 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.
  • Proof of benefit or unemployment (for those aged 19 or over only).


You can expect to be here with us for up to 90 minutes.

Due to social distancing measures that we have in place to keep you safe, we would ask that you do not bring any family or friends with you. If you do, we have an allocated family/friends waiting area where they will be asked to wait until you complete your enrolment.

Yes. Your safety is our top priority. Our buildings all have social distancing safety measures in place and we have setup enhanced cleaning procedures.

There are hand-sanitising stations available for you to use and masks available should you wish to wear one.

Parking at the Balliol Road Campus is located on Pembroke Road and will be signposted from Balliol Road.

If you have any questions or queries, don’t hesitate to contact us by email on: or message us directly on social media.

If you are self-isolating due to the Coronavirus pandemic, please email: and we will organise suitable arrangements.

Please note:

  • 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 fund is 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 if a grade C (new grading system: 4) has not already been attained, personal development sessions, enrichment and employability training and external work experience. All elements of the study programme are compulsory.