Discover our wide range of adult part-time courses available to you from September 2021.
If you need any further assistance enrolling on one of our part-time courses, please read our FAQs below.
If you know the course you're interested in, simply use the course search bar on the right or look through our subject areas to find the course information page and enrol online. For example, if you want to do an accounting course, search 'accounting', select the course most appropriate for you to find out more and follow the link to get started with your online enrolment.
Please note that for some of our courses, a member of the course team will need to contact you to discuss the course requirements and suitability before the enrolment process can be completed.
If you need help enrolling on a course you can pop in and see us. A member of staff will be available to help you through the online process. We’re open every weekday from 9.00am to 4.00pm.
Alternatively, you can call 01256 306484 to speak to one of our customer service advisers.
When you enrol online you can:
•Pay online using a credit or debit card.
•Opt for an instalment plan. This is available for courses above £300 that are minimum of 10 weeks long.
•Tell us whether your employer or a sponsor is paying your fees so we can invoice them directly. Please note that evidence of authorisation will be required.
•Inform us whether you’re planning to take out a loan to cover the cost of your course. If you select this option, your enrolment will not be confirmed until your loan application is complete and evidence of this has been provided to the college.
If you enrol online and pay in full between 20 May and 31 July, you will be entitled to a 10% discount on your tuition fees. Please note that the discount does not apply to Higher Education courses, if your employer is paying or if you choose to pay by installments.
Yes, there are several ways to get help with the cost of your course and you could be eligible for a loan or concession. See our Fees & Finance page for more information or call 01256 306484.
If your employer is paying for your course you will need to provide written evidence of authorisation. If you tell us during the online enrolment process that your employer is paying, you will be sent an email with a form to complete and return.
Yes. To help you achieve and enjoy your time at BCoT, we have a dedicated support team on hand to help with any questions, queries or worries you may have. We also have an onsite counsellor and nurse, study skills sessions, Maths and English courses, specialist support for students with dyslexia, Asperger’s Syndrome or other learning difficulties plus a student intranet with lots of resources. Our Careers Adviser is also available for one-to-one advice and guidance, with drop-in appointments available until 5pm daily. To book an appointment after 5pm, or for any quick queries, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on Student Support see our Support for Students page or contact our specialist team on 01256 306494
Yes. The college has plenty of onsite parking available for students. If you intend to drive to college and park on campus you must obtain a car park permit. If you tell us that you need a permit during the online enrolment process you will be emailed a form to complete. Alternatively, you can collect and complete a parking permit form in person from our reception. We’re open every weekday from 9.00am to 4.00pm