Online Course Applications

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On this page, you will find links to the information packs and application forms for some of our qualification courses. Not all courses require you to complete an application form. Please check our Course Search Facility for details of all other courses and how to apply.

From the links below please thoroughly read the relevant supplementary Information Packs. If, after considering all of the information provided, you would like to apply for a place on your chosen course, click on the application form link.

We will review all submitted applications and give you a response within 10 working days.

  • If your application meets our requirements and there are still spaces on your chosen course, you will be offered a place and contacted for payment (if required).

  • If your application meets our requirements but your chosen course is full, you may be offered a place on an alternative course, or added to a priority queue and contacted again if a place becomes available. Either way, we will let you know the outcome.

  • If your application does not meet our requirements, we will advise you that you have been unsuccessful on this occasion. In this situation we will try and give you feedback and suggest alternative courses.

For courses where an application process applies,  follow the links below for more information and to access the application form.

Personal and Professional Development

Awareness of Mental Health Problems

Bookkeeping Level 2


Children and Young People’s Workforce

Children and Young Peoples Workforce

Health & Social Care

Diploma in Care – Level 2 NCFE CACHE


Supporting Teaching & Learning in Schools

Specialist Support for Teaching & Learning in Schools

Distance Learning Course

Caring for Children and Young People

Principles of Team Leading

Principles of Business & Administration

Principles of Customer Service

Awareness of Mental Health Problems

Preparing to work in Adult Social Care

Principles of Dementia Care

Understanding Behaviour that Challenges

Understanding the Care and Management of Diabetes

Understanding Mental Health – Level 3

Understanding the Safe Handling of Medication in Health & Social Care

Understanding Specific Learning Difficulties 

Principles of Prevention and Control of Infection

Working with Individuals with Learning Disabilities

Understanding Nutrition and Health

Information, Advice or Guidance

Equality & Diversity


Assessing Vocational Achievement City & Guilds Level 3 Certificate

Understanding the Principles and Practices of Assessment (distance learning) City & Guilds Level 3 Award


GCSE Biology