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Lambeth Collegehas an excellent reputation and a solid track record of helping students progress to the next level in both their studies and careers. In its most recent Ofsted report the inspectors rated Lambeth College as ‘Outstanding’ in meeting the needs and interests of learners, responding to educational and social inclusion and practising equal opportunities.
The college has over 12,000 students and runs full and part-time courses from Entry Level courses to Foundation Degrees. We offer Apprenticeships in business and administration, construction, hair and beauty, health, child and social care. The College has centres in Brixton, Clapham and Vauxhall which are all served by easy public transport links.
At Clapham our brand new sixth-form centre offers A-levels and vocational qualifications for 16-18 year olds. Adult courses (19+) at the Clapham centre include Access to HE, accounting, business, childcare, counselling, IT, health and social care, journalism, science, social sciences and humanities. At Vauxhall courses include building and construction, broadcast technology, electrical and electronic engineering, hair and beauty and motorcycle engineering. At Brixton we offer courses for employers, ESOL and special interest courses
All centres have well-stocked libraries and ILT centres. Experienced staff help students make the very best use of these facilities. Each centre has a canteen, student common room, fitness room and prayer room. The Brixton and Clapham centres also have on-site nurseries. All full-time students at Lambeth College have a personal tutor who provides support and advice. Tutors meet with their students at least once a week and run a tutorial programme which includes study skills, career planning and personal development.
17 year old Apprentice, Kai Bedford is currently undertaking an Apprenticeship in Electrical Installations at Lambeth College.
“Although my ambition is to study for a B.Eng Degree in Power Distribution in two years time, I decided to complete an apprenticeship first because it promised to give me the both the training and on-the-job work experience that I need to increase my chances of employment.
I'm glad that I took the Apprenticeship route and I'm really enjoying it so far! I am also doing an A Level course in Mathematics at Lambeth College and this combined with my other training activities and university will one day give me good odds in terms of my employability"
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