Thinking about studying in Youth Friendly Wolverhampton?

If you’re thinking about studying for a course or qualification in Youth Friendly Wolverhampton, these resources could help. There are a huge range of college courses you can do.

Online courses

The West Midlands Combined Authority has come up with a list of online resources to help you build your skills or explore new subject. Because these are remote (online) study options, they’re lockdown-proof!

Black Country Impact

To check out opportunities for training and employment alongside support with skills and employability, visit Black Country Impact  or call 01902 554031.

Colleges in Wolverhampton

Contact your local college directly for more information.

All colleges hold open days and evening (even virtually). It’s worth visiting your local college website to see when they are.

City of  Wolverhampton College

You can visit the college website at https://www.wolvcoll.ac.uk/.

If you have any specific questions you can get in touch online via their contact page, or phone them on 01902 836000.

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