The autumn term is now in full swing and a growing number of young people have chosen Waltham Forest College as the place to create their future. The college has an enviable reputation as the number one college in London for learner satisfaction and high aspirations supporting our learners on their career journeys. More school leavers have been welcomed to the College than ever before to start their post-16 education after GCSEs.
At Waltham Forest College, students will find career-focused qualifications, designed to help develop the skills needed to succeed in their chosen career including help to progress to higher levels of studies.
Director of Learner Services and Marketing, Amir Ahmed said; “We are excited to see the campus return to life and our staff are more committed than ever to ensure our students have the high-quality support they need to transition well into college life”.
The College has returned to full on-campus teaching and learning, and the extended induction period has been re-designed to ensure additional workshops are delivered to accommodate gaps in learning.
Amir commented; “We recognise that in addition to your studies, your overall experience including enrichment, clubs, work experience, careers advice and guidance and general support from our staff is vital”.
As Freshers’ Fair week rolled around a range of local organisations met up with thousands of students exploring great deals, fun activities, memberships, freebies and services on offer at the College and the wider community.
Creative Arts student, Alice commented “There is a nice buzz around the College real energy and fun. I have just signed up to multiple societies and look forward to challenging myself and learning new skills”.
Due to an increased demand for the College courses, the College is currently still enrolling for courses starting this year. Visit the College (Monday – Friday) during opening hours to enrol on a course of your choice.
The College will be welcoming more prospective learners at the up-coming Open Event on Wednesday 3rd November 2021, 4.30pm – 7pm. Visitors can register online at www.waltham.ac.uk. For more information, call 020 8501 8102.