How to Apply
You can apply online for all courses, simply click on the ‘Apply now’ button and fill in your details. Once you have submitted your application, you will receive an email from us acknowledging receipt.
If you have a question that is not included below, please contact us.
Progression for current students
If you are a current student at Capel Manor College and plan to progress with us to a new course, you do not need to apply. Please liaise with your course tutor as they will complete your progression forms.
Full-time courses take place over a minimum 16 hours per week and will normally be spread over a few days.
Students required to re-sit or take English and maths as part of their study programme may attend Capel Manor College for more hours each week. Study programmes are designed to meet your individual learning needs and prepare you for higher learning, training, or employment. Your timetable at the College will be made up of several different elements that have been designed to help you develop the knowledge and skills you will need in the future.
Part-time courses Capel Manor College’s part-time courses take place one day per week.
A workshop is a short course not covered by government funding and as such the full cost is covered by the learner.
You can visit us to find out more by attending one of our upcoming events.
These are a great way to meet our expert course tutors and ask any questions you might have about your chosen course.
Our College Open Days also give you the opportunity to visit our campuses and tour our facilities.
Since 2014, by law, all students aged 16 to 18 without at least a Grade 4, or a Grade C, in both English and maths at GCSE must keep studying these subjects as part of their study programme.
Capel Manor College supports all 16 – 18-year-old students in achieving GCSEs in English and maths. If you do not have a Grade 4 or Grade C in these subjects already, you will be enrolled onto our GCSE courses. Classes are planned to align with your main course and are taught by specialist subject teachers.
When you apply with us, we ask for more information regarding your most recent educational attainment. If you have been out of education for a while, you will be given an opportunity in the application to detail any past ad relevant experience to help strengthen your application.
If you will be sitting exams in the summer, then we will ask for your results once you receive them in August. You do not need to wait for your results to apply for a course with us.