All you need to know for 2021/22

Welcome to Ayrshire College. We hope you are looking forward to studying with us this year. During July and August we will be sending you messages and updates to your personal email address with relevant information to help you get ready to start at College.

In this section of the website, you should find all the information you will need during these first few weeks of your 2021/22 course. If you need further information that is not listed here, you can email enquiries@ayrshire.ac.uk and we will direct your question to the most relevant staff member.



DIGITAL SUPPORT

We use blended learning to deliver our lessons. We are aware that there are many students that are accessing online lessons using their phone, computer or tablet but we know there are some students that are not able to access this kind of technology.

To find out more information about Digital Support and how to apply for a new laptop, chromebook and/or wi-fi package, check your MyAyrshireCollege app for access to the application form or go to our Digital Support section.

WHAT IS 'BLENDED LEARNING?

Blended learning involves undertaking some of your studies remotely via various digital platforms. This means that you may take part in online tutorials, study groups and projects at home. We’ll be able to provide you with more information as we work through our plans.

When you are scheduled to attend College for face-to-face teaching, you will be timetabled in one room, where possible. Classrooms will have a staggered start, break and finish time to ensure a safe number of students and staff are present in any given area. Classes may be on a rotational basis depending on the class size and the delivery model particular to the subject area. When not in College, you will work remotely accessing blended learning resources.

We have put together a playlist of helpful video guides to help you get started on your blended learning journey. Please make sure to take a look.


HOW DO I GO ABOUT STUDYING AT HOME?

Our Virtual Learning Environment – My Learning – is the place where you will access your course online. This is where you will participate in online learning activities such as assessments, quizzes, etc. This will be linked in with Microsoft Teams so that you can communicate with your lecturer and classmates and find out all the information about your course through one digital platform.

Watch this video for help with logging in to Ayrshire College for the first time.

I AM HAVING TROUBLE WITH MY COLLEGE PASSWORD

Ayrshire College Password Hotline is available from 8.30am - 4.30pm Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays), call 01563 548046. Please note this is for password enquiries only, for any other LRC enquiries, please contact us by email:
lrc_ayr@ayrshire.ac.uk
lrc_kilmarnock@ayrshire.ac.uk
lrc_kilwinning@ayrshire.ac.uk


Watch this video for help on changing your password

CAN I POP INTO THE COLLEGE ANYTIME I LIKE?

Our College campuses have reopened with a phased approach to minimise the number of students, staff and visitors on campus. If you are studying with us this year you will be given a timetable showing when and where your scheduled classes will take place.

You should only be on campus for your timetabled classes or if you have an appointment with Student Services, Student Funding, Inclusive Learning or the ICT helpdesk, or to collect or return library books or equipment in the LRC. You will be able to book a timeslot to use the LRC PC’s and laptops. Access to the LRC will be limited with social distancing measures in place subject to current covid guidelines.


HOW DO I STAY SAFE ON CAMPUS?

This video demonstrates how staff, students and visitors can safely access our campuses, and maintain social distancing while moving around the buildings.

Return to Campus video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H2VG1k2v460


Scotland has moved out of the levels system, but to stay safe and protect you and others and to minimise the opportunity for the virus to spread, you must continue to observe physical distancing requirements and one way systems, maintain good hand hygiene, wear face coverings in the College and wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) where instructed.

If you are ill, self-isolating or under an obligation to quarantine after travelling from abroad, you must stay at home and actively engage with Test and Protect.

To stay safe you should:
• Get the vaccine when you are offered it
• Wear a face covering in the College
• Observe good hand hygiene
• Self-isolate and take a PCR test if you have symptoms
• Take regular tests if you don’t have symptoms to reduce the risk of spreading the virus (see section below on lateral flow device testing)


CAN I ACCESS LATERAL FLOW DEVICE TESTING AT COLLEGE?

Those who have returned to campus on a regular basis can participate in Lateral Flow Device Testing. Self-testing for COVID-19 is simple, quick and can be carried out at home without the need to attend a test centre or post samples to a lab for analysis.

Students can sign up by reading the following privacy notices, Privacy Notice – LFD Testing at Home Distribution and National Privacy Notice for LFD at Home Testing and completing the Student Consent Form. You can then collect your test kits from your Curriculum Administrator or the LRC.

If you are studying remotely, you can access LFD testing via the universal testing initiative. Further details are available from the NHS Inform website.


WILL I NEED TO WEAR A FACE COVERING ON CAMPUS?

Face coverings are mandatory within all areas of our campuses. You must wear a face covering when entering the building and while moving around the campus. Once you are seated in your classroom or stationary at a workstation, you must keep your face covering on, unless eating or drinking. This applies to every student, staff member and visitor, except where an exemption applies.

WHAT COUNTS AS A FACE COVERING?

A face-covering is a covering of any type (except a face shield) that MUST cover the mouth and nose. It should be made of cloth or another textile and should be two, preferably three layers thick, and through which you can breathe. You can purchase them at many local shops such as chemists and supermarkets. Religious face coverings that cover the mouth and the nose count as face coverings for these purposes.

Transparent face coverings, i.e. face shields can be worn to assist communication for those who rely on lip-reading and facial expressions, however, these are not as effective for reducing transmission as a full face covering.

If you forget a face covering, one can be collected from our Front of House reception desks on each campus.


I CAN’T WEAR A FACE COVERING DUE TO MEDICAL REASONS, WHAT SHOULD I DO?

If you are medically exempt from wearing a face covering, please contact our Inclusive Learning team on inclusivelearning@ayrshire.ac.uk and they will supply you with a lanyard, wristband or badge which will allow people on campus to understand why you are not wearing a face covering.


HOW DOES THE TEST AND PROTECT WORK IN THE COLLEGE?

You do not need to sign in when you arrive in College. Your lecturer will complete a register confirming your attendance. This is what we will use to determine which students are in at any one time. Should there be an outbreak of COVID then we can pass the relevant information on to Public Health.

Visitors should only attend if you have a pre-arranged appointment. On your arrival please, if you are able to, wear a face covering, enter via the door marked entrance and use the sanitising stations. Please make your way to reception where your details will be noted on our visitors sheet for the purposes of an emergency evacuation, but also test and protect.


WHAT DO I DO IF I HAVE SYMPTOMS OF COVID?

Stay at home – Do not come into College. Go onto NHS Inform website and arrange to be tested.

If you develop symptoms on campus, then inform your lecturer and you will be immediately sent home, told to isolate, and you should arrange a test with NHS Inform.

If you are unable to travel home on your own, then you will be asked to remain in an isolation room until someone comes to collect you.

The following rooms are allocated as Campus isolation rooms:
Ayr – G67 (next to Estates entrance door)
Kilmarnock – Wellbeing Room, Health and Wellbeing Centre
Kilwinning – G13
Nethermains – Shower room
Irvine Royal – Use school isolation room

Specific arrangements will be made for those areas where students carry out activity off-campus.

Please ask whoever comes to pick you up, to arrive at reception. A member of the Estates staff will accompany them to the campus isolation room. You must leave the building via the nearest available exit.

As soon as you have the result of your Covid test let us know. Further information is available from NHS Inform website.


WHO DO I TELL IF I HAVE A POSITIVE COVID TEST?

If you are a full-time student – contact your Curriculum Admin to let them know. They will pass on this information to your lecturers, our health and safety contact, and Student Services, who will contact you to see if you need any support.

Find out the contact details of your curriculum admins here:
https://www1.ayrshire.ac.uk/students/student-support/need-to-self-isolate/

If you are a school pupil you need to tell your School/College Officer. Find out the contact details of your School/College Officer here:
https://www1.ayrshire.ac.uk/students/student-support/need-to-self-isolate/

If you are a part-time/evening class student either contact the contact the Curriculum administrator from your curriculum team.
https://www1.ayrshire.ac.uk/students/student-support/need-to-self-isolate/

Or if you are doing a course through the Business Growth team businessgrowth@ayrshire.ac.uk

If you are an apprentice contact the Educations Contracts team educationcontracts@ayrshire.ac.uk


IF I AM TOLD TO SELF ISOLATE – WHAT DO I DO?

If you are required to self-isolate because you have been in contact with someone that has COVID-19, or you yourself might have COVID-19, you should contact your curriculum administrator indicating this to be the situation.

You can find their contact details here:
https://www1.ayrshire.ac.uk/students/student-support/need-to-self-isolate/

During this time the College can treat your absence in two ways.

If you are self-isolating and have no symptoms and/or you have mild COVID symptoms then we would not wish you to attend actual classes in the College, but would still expect that you maintain your online class participation and engagement. If you do this, your bursary, childcare and discretionary funding will not be affected. During this time we will record you as not physically being in class but attending your classes by other means.

If you have COVID-19 symptoms that means you are too unwell to even participate and engage with an online class, then we will record your absence as being a medical absence. If you do this, your bursary, childcare and discretionary funding will not be affected.

It is important that when you contact your curriculum contact you indicate if you are likely to be able to maintain some level of engagement in your course (1) or if you are requiring a period of medical absence (2). Students are allocated an allowance of 10 medical absences per academic year and 3 self-certificates per semester.

The purpose of these are to support students who continue to engage and progress throughout the whole academic year even when they are unable to participate. Please use these wisely otherwise your funding payments may stop.

If you are identified as a close contact, you should arrange a test by visiting the NHS Inform website and follow the Test & Protect guidance.


CAN I COME TO THE LRC TO STUDY OR PICK UP A LIBRARY BOOK?

You are welcome in to the LRCs on any campus to browse and borrow books, ask us a question or use a computer. Please be aware though that, in-line with current Government guidelines, there are still some restrictions in place in the LRCs for the start of session 21/22:

  • We have social distancing measures in place: there are marked entrance & exit doors, and a one-way system when moving around the LRC; please try to maintain 1m distance from other people; please wear a mask in the LRC. If the LRC is busy and there is a queue, you may be asked to wait outside. 
  • You can use a PC in the LRC, however, to maintain 1m distancing, a restricted number of computers are in use. If possible, please get in touch with us via email, Teams or phone to book a PC in advance to make sure there is one available when you need it (our contact details are below).
  • You can browse and borrow books as normal. We have a Returns box outside the doors of the LRC for you to drop your books off when you're done with them. 
  • The best way to get in touch with us if you have a question is to drop us an email, phone us or chat to us on Teams.
  • We have a Password Hotline (01563 548046) you can phone if you are having problems logging in to your college account. For security reasons, we cannot reset your password via email or over Teams. 

Due to Covid restrictions, our study spaces, study rooms and Quiet Study areas are still unavailable. We hope we’ll be able to open these for students to use soon, depending on restrictions. We will update students with any changes via social media.

RESOURCES

Online Resources

We have over 12,000 ebooks, journals, magazines, newspapers and training resources available online. Staff and students can access all of our resources through the LRC Online page.

Books
You can browse and borrow books (and then return them!) as normal from the LRCs. You can also browse all books and ebooks, reserve a book you want or renew a book you have in the Online Library. Log in with your usual college username & password.

Can’t find the book you want? Please ask us!

SUPPORT

1-2-1 Support

We can help students with IT, research and referencing. This will be done via Teams, with additional support available for students who need help to get online initially.

Please get in touch with us (contact details below) to ask for support.

You can find helpful guides on common ICT topics on the college website: https://www1.ayrshire.ac.uk/students/student-support/ict/ict-guides


HOW DO I GET MY STUDENT CARD?

We will email all students soon asking you to upload a photo for your student card. Please do this, even if you have sent us a photo before or have had a card before!


ENQUIRIES & GETTING IN TOUCH

Contact your campus LRC via email:
lrc_ayr@ayrshire.ac.uk
lrc_kilmarnock@ayrshire.ac.uk
lrc_kilwinning@ayrshire.ac.uk

Or phone:

Call 0300 303 0303, then type the extension for your campus, or ask to be put through to your campus LRC. 

Ayr Extension: 7420

Kilmarnock Extension: 8445

Kilwinning Extension: 5353

Password Hotline: 01563 548046

 

STUDENT FUNDING

WHEN CAN I APPLY FOR FUNDING?
You will be able to apply for funding as soon as you are offered a place on your chosen course. If your course is a Further Education course then you will be automatically sent an invite to your registered email address from the Funding Team with instructions on how to apply as soon as your offer has been processed.

If you are studying at Higher Education level (HNC or HND) then you must apply to the Student Awards Agency for Scotland at www.saas.gov.uk. Both Further and Higher Education applications must be done online.

 

WHAT IF I DON’T HAVE ACCESS TO A COMPUTER TO COMPLETE MY APPLICATION

If your course is a Further Education Course then the Funding Team can help you do this remotely. Please contact the Student Funding team at the relevant campus using the email below to request a phone call or phone 01563 495033 and member of staff will talk you through the application from.

Ayr Campus: studentfunding_ayr@ayrshire.ac.uk
Kilmarnock Campus: studentfunding_kilmarnock@ayrshire.ac.uk
Kilwinning/Irvine Campus: studentfunding_kilwinning@ayrshire.ac.uk


HOW DO I APPLY FOR HNC/HND STUDENT FUNDING?

If your course is a Higher Education course (HNC or HND) then the Student Services team can help you do this remotely. Please email the Student Services team and request a phone call and a member of staff will talk you through the application from.

Student Services: studentservices@ayrshire.ac.uk


HOW DO I SUBMIT MY DOCUMENTS?

The Funding Team do not accept hard copies of your documents therefore you will need to provide these electronically. There are different ways that this can be done:

Your College online funding application allows you to upload your documents straight into your account. On the ‘Home’ page of your funding application there will be a tab to ‘Upload Documents’, select this function and you will have the option to upload the document to the relevant section of your checklist (e.g. Upload your birth certificate/valid passport to ID Documents). This will then be checked by Student Funding staff. If your document has been rejected, for example, passport is out of date, we will send you an email explaining what has been rejected and the reason it has been rejected.

Alternatively, you can email photos of your documents straight to the team using one of the funding email addresses.

WHAT HAPPENS IF I CAN’T UPLOAD OR EMAIL MY DOCUMENT?
Please do not send these by post as the Funding Team do not accept hard copies. Please email or phone the Student Funding team to let them know and they will be able to offer you an appointment for when they are on campus. You will then be able to bring your documents to the service desk where a staff member will take photos and then send to a secure location for processing.

WHEN WILL I KNOW IF MY APPLICATION HAS BEEN SUCCESSFUL?
The Funding Team are currently preparing complete applications for calculation and will start emailing awards in July. You will be notified at the initial assessment stage if you are not eligible for student support funding and whether you have the right to appeal. We will email you an appeal form, if eligible, which will need to be completed and returned by email to the appropriate campus. If you need assistance in completing the appeals form, you can email our Student Services team who can assist you with this.

Student Services: studentservices@ayrshire.ac.uk


HOW DO I KNOW YOU HAVE EVERYTHING TO MAKE AN ASSESSMENT?
You can access your funding application at any time with the email address and password you set it up with. You will be able to check if there is anything outstanding on your checklist. Outstanding documentation will be highlighted with a red cross. We will also send automated reminders to your registered email address every fortnight requesting the outstanding documentation. Please ensure that you update Student Funding with any changes to your email address.

If there are documents that are marked grey, we no longer require this. If the documents are marked green it means we have this document and you do not need to provide any further evidence for this category.

If your application states ‘Documents Requested’ but all documents are marked off this means that Student Funding staff have still to review your documents and application.

If your application states ‘Documents Requested’ but there are documents that have not been marked off then this means that Student Funding staff cannot move your application forward until you submit the requested information.

If your application states ‘Documents Requested’ but there are documents that have not been marked off but you know you have submitted these then please allow 5 working days for these to be matched with your application and reviewed.

If your application states ‘Admin Checked’ this means that your application and documents have been looked at and you will be in the queue to be calculated to receive your award letter.



I’M A CONTINUING STUDENT, DO I NEED TO SUBMIT ALL MY DOCUMENTS AGAIN TO BE ASSESSED?
Only continuing students who received funding in 2020-21 will not need to resubmit proof of ID as we can take this from your current file. All other documents will be required as we assess your application on your current personal and financial circumstances.

I’M A CONTINUING STUDENT WHO IS CARE EXPERIENCED AND RECEIVED FUNDING IN 2020-21. DO I NEED TO EVIDENCE THIS AGAIN?
Only continuing students who received funding in 2020-21 will not need to resubmit proof of ID or evidence of care experienced status as we can take this from your current file. All other documents will be required as we assess your application on your current personal and financial circumstances.

WHEN WILL I EXPECT TO RECEIVE MY AWARD LETTER?
If your application is ‘Admin Checked’ we will be sending details of your award to you shortly. Your award letter will be sent electronically to your registered email account along with your acceptance. Acceptances are now done through a confirmation email and you must reply to this before payments will start. Remember you must return this form using your registered email account that we hold on record.

WHAT IF I FORGET MY PASSWORD TO LOG IN TO THE FUNDING APPLICATION?
Remember this is not your college application and it will be the details you had set up for your funding application. If you are a continuing student it will be the same details you had set up for the previous year.

If you have forgotten your password for the funding application you can select the ‘Forgot your Password’ link on the main page of the application. You will then enter your email address, click submit and an email will be sent to you containing a temporary password.

Go back to the login page and enter your email and copy and paste this password to gain access. Do not type this password into the application as it will not recognise it. You can then change your password within the ‘My Account’ section to something more memorable.

 

WHEN SHOULD I EXPECT TO RECEIVE PAYMENT OF FUNDING?

If you have received your award letter double check it to make sure your payments are not on hold (e.g. for proof of income etc.). You must have submitted any appropriate documentation, where applicable and confirmed your acceptance via email to student funding prior to the payment date – this is normally the Friday before the payment date. Your award letter will detail when you will expect to receive your payment and how much you should expect to receive. We also advertise our payment dates for each fund online and you can access these via the following web address: https://www1.ayrshire.ac.uk/students/funding-and-fees/funding/student-engagement-and-payment-1/

You must also have completed the enrolment process and be a “Live and Current” student within our College systems.

WILL MY ATTENDANCE/ENGAGEMENT ON MY COURSE AFFECT MY PAYMENTS?
It may. Payments will be automatically withheld for periods where you are not fully engaged, progressing or your conduct is deemed unsatisfactory by the college. This will be reflected in your register marks which you can view through your MyDay app. Payment reporting periods can be viewed on the appropriate payment schedule which we advertise on the college website within the funding section.

Students will have access to their own attendance record via https://ayrshire.myday.cloud/dashboard/student. Please download the MyDay app for your phone. You can submit your self-certificates here if you have not been in attendance. Students are allowed a maximum of 3 self-certificates per semester. This must be done prior to the published cut-off dates.

If you are struggling with any aspect of your course then please speak to a member of Student Services or your course lecturers who will be able to offer advice and support.

HOW DO I CONTACT THE FUNDING TEAM IF I NEED TO SPEAK TO SOMEONE?

We now have staff back on campus to assist you at our service desk

The team are still offering a blended delivery therefore we have changed the way we offer our students support. Our service desk will be open Monday to Friday between 9 am and 4 pm each day. Staff will not be available out with these hours at the desk but can still be contacted via email or telephone until 4.45 pm. (01563 495033)


The main service desk function for the foreseeable future is to assist funding applicants to provide documentation in support of any funding application. Students should submit all documents electronically either through their online account or by email whenever possible however staff members can assist and take photographic evidence of documents on occasions where students have difficulty with this digital process. We encourage only students who cannot provide electronic documents to come to the desk for this service. Staff no longer handle original documents, copies or make hard copies.


All general enquiries can be answered remotely whether via emailed to the campus inbox, via telephone call or Microsoft Team and Zoom. We can also make individual appointments if this is required.

How to contact us

You can seek advice from the Funding Team at each main campus or by emailing the campus where you attend below:
Ayr Campus: studentfunding_ayr@ayrshire.ac.uk
Kilmarnock Campus: studentfunding_kilmarnock@ayrshire.ac.uk
Kilwinning/Irvine Campus: studentfunding_kilwinning@ayrshire.ac.uk

You can also call us with your enquiry - Telephone Number: 01563 495033

We also have a Frequently Asked Questions section on the College website which is updated regularly which may be able to answer some of your questions Frequently Asked Questions (ayrshire.ac.uk)

You can also access more detailed information on our college website by following these links.

Funding Quickguides (ayrshire.ac.uk)
Student Engagement and Payment (ayrshire.ac.uk)

If you are studying HNC/HND www.saas.gov.uk



COURSE FEES AND PAYMENT
If your enquiry is regarding fees or payment for your course you would contact our Finance team. They can be contacted via email at coursefees@ayrshire.ac.uk

I NEED HELP PAYING MY RENT OR ARE IN FINANCIAL HARDSHIP – DISCRETIONARY FUNDING
The Funding team have Discretionary Funding that you can apply for. Only those who can prove they are in financial hardship will be considered as our funds are cash limited. Students who are single, paying full rent and only have student income are a priority access to this funding.

Other financial hardship will also be considered subject to funds available.

Contact Student Funding and request an application form to be sent.

Forms are now completed electronically and should be emailed back to student funding. DO NOT PRINT as we will not accept paper copies.

Full details and instructions are given on the form so please read.

I NEED HELP WITH CHILDCARE COSTS
The Funding team have Childcare funds that you can apply to. Funds are income assessed and we pay a maximum of £5 per hour per child. We will take into consideration any alternative funding you may receive to support the cost of childcare including Child Tax Credit (Childcare element) and Local Government funding.

If you are a Further Education students studying below level 7 then you apply through your CAMS account.

If you are a HNC/HND student (level 7/8) then please contact the funding team who will email you a form.

Forms are now completed electronically and should be emailed back to student funding. DO NOT PRINT as we will not accept paper copies.

Full details and instructions are given on the form so please read.

I DIDN’T RECEIVE AN INVOICE PACK WITH MY CHILDCARE AWARD
We have changed the way we issue our childcare invoice packs. Invoices will now be sent directly to your childcare provider via email on a monthly basis for each relevant payment period. Your childcare provider will then simply complete electronically and email the completed form back to funding. For your own record, you will also receive an email confirming that this has been sent to your childcare provider.

WILL THE REFECTORY OF COFFEE SHOPS BE OPEN?
The refectory and coffee shops will be open at the start of your course. There are also vending machines on each campus where you can buy drinks and snacks.

CAN I USE THE DRINKING FOUNTAINS?
Students will have access to fresh drinking water but must use their own bottle. Water fountains will be on a strict cup/bottle only usage with signage applied within the vicinity advising that it is strictly prohibited to drink directly from the fountain/tap and that hands must be sanitised before and after use.

HOW DO I ACCESS INFORMATION ABOUT MY COURSE AND THE COLLEGE?
There are several ways for you to access information:
1. My Ayrshire College - this is an app designed for our students and you can personalise it with the information you need access to the most. Download it from the Apple Store or Google Play
2. Website - there is a menu for STUDENTS which has lots of information to help you get the best out of your time at the College.
3. Check your College email account as this is the place where we communicate information to all our students
4. Facebook group – some courses have set up a class Facebook group
5. College social media – follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or LinkedIn for news, campaigns, events and special announcements.
6. Digital signage – we have screens around the College – keep checking these for information aimed at students.

I’M NOT A STUDENT – CAN I STILL COME INTO THE CAMPUSES?
We look forward to being able to welcome all visitors back to our campuses. However, at this time as we continue with our phased return arrangements, we need to ensure that only those visitors who have agreed appointments can access our buildings. Your cooperation with these arrangements is appreciated.

I STILL HAVE A QUESTION. WHO DO I CONTACT?
If you do not know who is best to answer your question, please send an email to enquiries@ayrshire.ac.uk and we will direct this to the most relevant team member.

If you do know who is best to answer your question, then please direct it to one of the following email addresses:

Student Funding:
Ayr Campus: studentfunding_ayr@ayrshire.ac.uk
Kilmarnock Campus: studentfunding_kilmarnock@ayrshire.ac.uk
Kilwinning/Irvine Campus: studentfunding_kilwinning@ayrshire.ac.uk

You can also phone us 01563 495033

Student Services: studentservices@ayrshire.ac.uk

Inclusive Learning: inclusivelearning@ayrshire.ac.uk

ICT: ictsupport@ayrshire.ac.uk

Learning Resource Centre (LRC):
lrc_ayr@ayrshire.ac.uk
lrc_kilmarnock@ayrshire.ac.uk
lrc_kilwinning@ayrshire.ac.uk

MyLearning: digitallearningsupport@ayrshire.ac.uk

Business Development (for Commercial or Flexible Workforce Development Fund enquiries): businessdevelopment@ayrshire.ac.uk

Student Association: charlotte.mitchell@ayrshire.ac.uk

Alcohol & Drug Liaison Officer: anne.kennedy@ayrshire.ac.uk

Any Ayrshire College lecturer: firstname.surname@ayrshire.ac.uk


EXTERNAL ROOM BOOKINGS

Due to the current situation with Covid-19 and in line with government guidelines to re-open our college to students and staff, it is with regret that we are unable to take any room bookings from external customers or stakeholders in the near future.

I am sure you will understand that the spaces in the college will have to be utilised by our staff and students to ensure a safe environment for them to work and study.

Your understanding of this situation is greatly appreciated.

Please check our website for updates and more information as to when we will be able to offer external room bookings.

Information for Employers

External Room Bookings

Due to the current situation with Covid-19 and in line with government guidelines to re-open our college to students and staff, it is with regret that we are unable to take any room bookings from external customers or stakeholders in the near future.

I am sure you will understand that the spaces in the college will have to be utilised by our staff and students to ensure a safe environment for them to work and study

Your understanding of this situation is greatly appreciated.

Please check our website for updates and more information as to when we will be able to offer external room bookings.

Course Search

Or

Browse all courses Advanced search