The college has a long history of providing a wide range of vocational qualifications for the post 16 population. This expertise has also been used to expand the opportunities for pupils at key stage 4 (years 10 – 11) to access a much broader curriculum.
The college aims to provide a caring and supportive environment for all pupils whatever their ability and needs.
Our partnership working with schools and the local community is outstanding and any pupil successfully completing a course at the City of Liverpool College whilst at school will have the opportunity to progress to a full time programme post 16 with us.
Attendance at College
The programme is delivered as part of a pupil’s normal school timetable. The programmes on offer are in the following vocational areas:
- Motor Vehicle Maintenance
Course programmes are designed to ensure pupils gain essential and core and career related skills in a different learning environment.
We can arrange for visits, talks and taster sessions for the pupils, either related to particular topics or just general about learning in college.
NB. All applications for a college course should only be made via the school in which the pupil attends, and made directly to the School Liaison Manager.
For more information about the range of alternative programmes on offer, please contact:
Julie Brennan – Schools Liaison Manager
0151 252 4125
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