It's not too late to enrol!

Due to popular demand, we have extended our enrolment period.

If you haven't yet enrolled, please vist our campus to enrol onto your chosen course.

If you don’t get the grades you expected, or haven't yet applied please don’t worry! Come along and talk to one of our advisors who will be happy to discuss your options with you, and recommend any suitable courses you can enrol onto. 

Please make sure you read the information below to ensure you visit the right campus for your course area, are aware of our opening hours, and any documents you may need to being with you.

  • When Can I Enrol?
    Our Isleworth campus and the Skills + Logistics Centre in Feltham will be open for enrolment. You will need to make sure that you go to the campus where your course is based.  Most courses are based at the Isleworth Campus: West Thames College, London Road, Isleworth, TW7 4HS
    Construction, Engineering and Motor Vehicle Maintenance courses are based at the Skills + Logistics Centre: 77 Boundaries Road, Feltham, TW13 4DR 

    The Isleworth Campus is open for enrolment Monday - Thursday (9am-7pm) and Friday (9am-4pm)

    The Feltham Campus
    is open for enrolment on Monday & Wednesdays 4-6pm

  • How Do I Enrol?

    Visit the college on any of the above opening hours as early as possible to secure a place on your chosen course.

    It’s important that you bring with you your ID and evidence of exam results (along with details of any loans or financial assistance you’re applying for if you’re aged 19+).

    Already applied and received an offer?

    Got the results you need? Just come along to the college and we’ll get you through the enrolment process – becoming an official West Thames College student, ready to start your course!

    I didn’t get the results I need – What next?

    We have a huge range of courses available at all levels, so if your results are lower than expected, make sure you still visit the college to enrol. Our Careers & Guidance team will help you discuss your options and help you get onto the right course.

    Applied and not received an offer / I haven’t applied yet

    Just come along to one of our enrolment days. We’ll make sure you speak to the right people and ensure that you’re enrolled onto the right course for you. Our Careers & Guidance team will help you discuss your options. You can apply and enrol on the same day!

  • What Happens At Enrolment?

    This will depend on the course you’ve chosen and if you’ve already applied or not, but will include:

    Filling in an application form (if you have already received an offer you skip this step)

    Speaking with a tutor to check through your academic evidence (certificates etc), and confirm the course you want to enrol on

    Enrolling you onto your course to make you an official West Thames College student - which includes taking your photos for your College ID card!

    You may also have:

    English & Maths assessments if you are unable to provide evidence of your English & Maths GCSE grades. These assessments are not exams, they're just to check your current level so we can make sure you’re enrolled onto the right course.

    A chat with our Learning Support team if required

    A fee assessment if required

  • What Do I Need To Bring?

    To enrol you will need to bring:

    • Exam result slips or certificates 
    • Enrolment letter and course offer (if you have received any) 
    • Evidence of any loans you will be receiving, including Student Loan and Advanced Learner Loan (if applicable)

    If you’re not an EU national you will also need to bring the following:

    • Evidence of your right to live and study in the UK 
    • ID (e.g passport)

    If you’re on income-based benefits and looking at a fee discount: 

    • Evidence of benefits received in your household (e.g. official notification letter, or bank statement dated within the last two months showing your current address) 
    • Your National Insurance number if you receive JSA or ESA.
  • When Does My Course Start?

    Once you have completed enrolment you will be provided with a timetable. If you are a full-time student your start date will be immediately, and for part-time students courses will start from week commencing 16 September.

    View 2019/20 term dates

    Start your journey with us! Check out the videos below to find out more about West Thames College and how you can Start Here, Go Far!

    Got any questions? Speak to our friendly team at the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. on 020 8326 2000

    We look forward to you enrolling and becoming an official West Thames College student!

Spring Grove House is a spacious and elegant grade II listed building located within the campus of West Thames College in Isleworth, West London. The house is available to hire per room/per day and is a popular venue for business meetings, conferences and training events.

The College's Endeavour Theatre and sports hall are also available to hire for larger functions, shows, exhibitions, conferences and sports activities. Book one of our rooms now by completing the booking form at the bottom of this page.

Rooms:

We have a wide range of meeting rooms that can either be hired individually, or as block bookings for larger conference events. Rooms have wi-fi access, additional audio visual and conference equipment can be provided upon request. Catering can be provided as required for meals, beverages, buffets and snacks.

Parking: We offer free parking, but there is limited availability at peak times.

Please complete the form below to book rooms for your event. Once you have completed the form a member of our team will be in touch to confirm the booking and discuss payment arrangements. If you have any questions about our rooms, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or you can call us on 0208 326 2268.

Spring Grove House
Directors Room
Cook's Room
Board Room
Banks Room
Music Room
Winter Garden
Winter Garden

 

  • Director's Room

    A smaller room with a large fireplace, deep red walls and dark oak panelling.

    Dimensions: 35 square meters 

    Capacity: Seats up to 12

    Rates: £120 weekday, £70 half day or evening, £200 Saturday, £450 per week.

  • Cook's Room

    This simply decorated room is full of natural light and features an impressive fireplace. It is linked to the Banks Room via a connecting door.

    Dimensions: 42 square meters 

    Capacity: Seats up to 12

    Rates: £140 weekday, £80 half day or evening, £240 Saturday, £520 per week.

  • Board Room

    This room features a large bay window and an original fireplace.

    Dimensions: 50 square meters 

    Capacity: Seats up to 20

    Rates: £170 weekday, £90 half day or evening, £250 Saturday, £700 per week.

  • Banks Room

    A light, airy room with French doors opening onto the terrace, chandeliers and two original fireplaces.

    Dimensions: 100 square meters 

    Capacity: Seats up to 40

    Rates: £250 weekday, £140 half day or evening, £360 Saturday, £990 per week.

  • Music Room

    Originally the concert hall of the house, complete with minstrels’ gallery, the Music Room is a spacious, bright room adjoining the Winter Garden.

    Dimensions: 85 square meters 

    Capacity: Seats up to 65

    Rates: £380 weekday, £250 half day or evening, £500 Saturday.

  • Winter Garden

    A large, elegant conservatory with a glass ceiling, mosaic floor and an ornately tiled alcove

    Dimensions: 126 square meters 

    Capacity: Seats up to 65

    Rates: £300 weekday, £180 half day or evening, £400 Saturday.

  • Endeavour Theatre & Sports Hall

    West Thames College's Endeavour Theatre and sports hall can be hired for larger functions, shows, exhibitions, conferences and sports activities. The theatre has seating for 140.

    Rates: Contact us to get a quotation, check availability and book these facilities.

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There are different types of apprenticeships. The good news is that wherever you start, there will be an apprenticeship programme that is right for you.

Intermediate apprenticeships Level 2 Equivalent to 5 good GCSEs
Advanced apprenticeships Level 3 Equivalent to 2 A Levels or a Level 3 BTEC
Higher apprenticeships Level 4/5 Equivalent to a HNC or HND
Degree apprenticeships Level 6 Equivalent to a degree

We also offer traineeships and pre-apprenticeships if you do not meet the entry requirements for a Level 2 apprenticeship. View current vacancies for details.

You can apply for an apprenticeship at any time.

Higher Apprenticeships

These programmes are for experienced staff working in the relevant field.

  • Broadcast Production Level 4 Higher Apprenticeship
  • Care Leadership and Management Level 5 Higher Apprenticeship

Degree Apprenticeships

On a degree apprenticeship programme you get work experience, study at university and gain professional accreditation at the same time. Your employer will cover the costs so there are no tuition fees. You can apply for a degree apprenticeship if you have A levels, a level 3 BTEC or if you are a non-graduate working in the field.

  • BA (Hons) Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship
  • BSC (Hons) Digital and Technology Solutions Degree Apprenticeship

Delivered in partnership with the University of West London.

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The Government has a set a target of 3 million apprenticeship starts by 2020. How does that affect you?

Benefits of hiring an apprentice

  • An apprentice will work alongside your experienced staff to gain on-the-job training and skills, just the way you want it.
  • Once trained, an apprentice will become a valuable member of the team, helping to increase productivity.
  • Trained staff are more likely to stay and progress within the business, improving morale and reducing recruitment and training costs in the long term.

An apprenticeship is a great way to bring in new staff with fresh ideas and to upskill existing staff.

In return you will be expected to

  • Employ your apprentice for a minimum of 12 months, working a minimum of 30 hours per week.
  • Pay your apprentices a wage – the London average is £190 p/w.
  • Ensure that apprentices receive suitable training either at the college and/or at the workplace.

How can we help?

  • Find candidates or train existing staff
  • Train your apprentice to a nationally recognised qualification
  • Support you through the admin.

Did you know from April 2017 all employers will be charged an apprenticeship levy of 0.5% of your pay roll each month? All employers will have an allowance of £15,000, which means that the levy is applicable on pay bill over the first £3,000,000.

Let our team help you make the most of levy to recruit, train and upskill your staff. Contact us on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 020 8326 2421 to speak to a business account manager.

 

 

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Sabina was recently Highly Commended at the National Apprenticeship Awards. She currently works as a service lift engineer at Otis Elevators.

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