The purpose of this page is to direct you to the appropriate information on this site and contacts within the College.

For students who have fallen behind with their work or development because of mild learning difficulties, emotional difficulties, challenging behaviour or circumstances, please see our Foundation Plus section. The team specialises in progressing students on to our mainstream vocational courses.

For students who have Specific Learning Disabilities (such as dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD, autism, Asperger Syndrome) or physical disabilities, and want to access mainstream provision to continue their studies, we can offer support to help you. For more information please click here.

Our Vocational Access Studies programme is ideal for learners who have a severe learning difficulty, ADHD, autism, Asperger Syndrome or a physical disability, and need direct support within a discrete provision.
If you are under 25 and looking for a full-time programme, please click here.
If you are over 25 and want to come to college for two days a week to develop your skills, please click here.

For students who require support because their command of English may otherwise hold them back, please see our Language Support section.

For students whose financial circumstances may be a barrier to participating and succeeding in education, see our Financial Support section.

We take the welfare of all students and staff extremely seriously. There's a team of qualified Safeguarding and Welfare officers that works to ensure that students feel safe and supported. If you have any concerns, please ask at Reception for support. You can also contact the safeguarding team at safeguarding@sandwell.ac.uk or call 0121 556 6000 and ask for a Safeguarding Officer.

For all general enquiries, please freephone 0800 622 006.