- Bath College is suitable for learners aged 16+ who are ready to take the next steps towards independence.
- There are very good transport links and support with travel training and reduced cost bus travel.
- The College campus occupies a city centre position with unrestricted access into and out of the building.
- It is a busy college environment with large numbers of students.
- There are quiet spaces and lunch clubs to support our more vulnerable learners.
What can I study?
Bath College offers a wide range of qualifications, from Entry levels, through levels 1, 2 and 3 to Higher Education (HE) covering a variety of vocational subjects.
How am I going to find out if the College is right for me and my family?
Come and see for yourself if this could be the right place for you.
Visit one of our open days. You will be supported with appropriate advice and guidance from a range of advisers and specialists at the college.
We can arrange for you to meet staff and current students to help you get a feel of college life.
You will have the opportunity to work with our support team to create an individual support plan for the time you are in college.
We will liaise with other professionals and link to your existing plans (My Plan/EHC Plan, LDA/SENStatement/ etc.).
We also offer transition planning and meetings.
What are the progression routes through college programmes and into the world of work?
All the courses at college have progression routes and embed employability skills.
Bath College also offers progression onto ProjectSEARCH. This programme is entirely embedded within various departments of B&NES Council offering supported internships for young people with learning difficulties and disabilities. Other Foundation programmes at the College offer real and simulated work experience opportunities as well as a well-established volunteering programme.
How will my additional learning support be funded?
Additional learning support is funded through the College, the Local Authorities and the Education Funding Agency