Courses

City of Westminster College is Central London's Top College for Results. We're located in central London and we offer over 200 courses across a wide range of subjects. We're proud to be the first choice for students across Greater London.

We have courses for school leavers (16-18 year-olds) including A-levels and BTECs, courses for adults including short evening classes , NVQs, Apprenticeships and short courses for employers and employees as well as courses for the unemployed to help you get back to work. Over 8000 students choose to study with us every year - browse our courses below. If you can't find what you're looking fill out our enquiry form here or give us a call !

If you would like to find out more about any of our courses then why not come to one of our Open Days? Click here to find out when the next one is taking place.

If you are 16-18 years old and you are offered a place at City of Westminster College, you will be enrolled onto a study programme. This will equip you with an essential mix of skills that will prepare you for employment or university.

 

Learning Difficulties & Disabilities

We welcome learners with moderate, severe and profound learning difficulties or disabilities on a range of well-established specialist courses. Our well-supported classes have a maximum of 10 students and some of our Learning for Living groups only have four or five students with allocated one to one support. The additional support we provide enables students to achieve their goals and aspirations both educationally and socially, as well as have opportunities to be fully involved in decisions about their lives. Teaching and Learning support staff have a wealth of specialist knowledge and are all committed to ensuring our students are at the centre of what we do. 

We are proud to announce that our specialist courses have just moved (September 2017) into our newly renovated Maida Vale Campus. This is an exciting move for us as we are now able to offer lots of new facilities and opportunities for our students, including a multi-sensory room, large accessible personal care room, specialist classrooms with ceiling tracker hoists and state of the art kitchens. 

We are lucky to share our new campus with other groups of mainstream students which provides our students with opportunities to mix and become part of College’s diverse learning community. 

The College offers a communicative, enriched, positive, safe, consistent, motivating and enabling environment, where all students can learn and thrive. Great emphasis is placed on students developing skills needed for independence and active participation in the community. Our students can access a variety of facilities in the local community, enabling them to consolidate and extend learning in real life contexts. This helps to increase the students’ confidence and skills in a range of everyday living skills, offering age-appropriate motivational learning experiences and positively progress towards adulthood. 

Students on our Preparing for Adulthood, Learning for Life and Work, Skills for Work and Into Work courses have access to our supported employment coordinator, who assists in finding students relevant work experience placements, volunteering opportunities and oversees the college’s innovation award winning mini job scheme. The mini job scheme provides students with the opportunity to research ring fenced jobs, complete an application, attend an interview and undergo the college’s recruitment process in order to achieve a fixed term contract and gain paid work as a college employee. 

In order to access one of our specialist courses you must be between 16 and 24 and will be required to have an Education, Health & Care Plan. This is something that you will need to speak to your current school SENCO and local education authority about. We are happy to liaise with your SaLT, OT, Physiotherapist, teachers and other professionals and will be consulted by the local authority to ensure we can meet all your needs. 

If you feel that these courses are right for you, we would be very pleased to arrange a visit, show you around our new campus and talk to you about the assessment process and the provision we offer. To help you make a decision about whether our college is right for you and make a smooth transition, we offer a LINK course or a number of college taster days. 

If you are interested please email us at lddapplications@cwc.ac.uk. If you prefer to call us, you can speak to Chloe our LDD administrator on 020 7258 5638, Gemma our Assistant Head of School on 020 7258 2802 or Phil our Head of School on 020 7258 2825.

Please click the course links below for more information on Learning Difficulties & Disabilities courses at City of Westminster College. Apply for any of these courses by clicking the APPLY button on the course page.

For information on SEND offers in other London boroughs, please click here.

For more information on Learning Difficulties & Disabilities courses, please click on the links below.

Course Suitable for Categories
Into Work 18-24 F.E. Courses
Learning for Living 16-24 F.E. Courses
Preparing for Adulthood 18-24 F.E. Courses
Skills for Work 16-18, Adults F.E. Courses
Supported Internship 18-24