Our Basford campus was built in 2015 and is a large, bright and modern campus housing our construction training centre, animal science, health and social care, sport and public services courses as well as our provision catering for those with additional educational needs.
The construction training centre has a national reputation for the quality of education and training on offer. Huge workshops accommodate our plastering, brickwork, painting and decorating and plumbing students and our science labs house our resident animals who act as great teachers for our animal care students.
Our Basford campus also houses our sport and public services provision which take advantage of the outdoor green space surrounding the campus, as well as our onsite gym and fitness facilities.
We are about to build a new dedicated centre for our students with additional needs on the site too, thanks to £4m of government funding – a perfect opportunity to give our construction students a live project to work on, to hone their skills.
664 Nuthall Road
Telephone: 0115 9 100 100
Head of Centre: Carl Ara
The centre has a library packed full of resources and support to help students learn and prepare for the world of work.
- Drop-in computers with: AutoCAD, Construction Skills Health and Safety Testing, Memory Map, Microsoft Project and a wide range of other software to support teaching and learning.
- MFD printer/copier, colour printer and scanners
- Careers section
- Equipment loan service (We offer laptops, tablets and DSs)
The centre opens Monday to Friday 8.30am - 4.30pm
Food for Thought Refectory
Basford benefits from a large refectory, open daily offering hot and cold food, drinks and snacks
We have an on-site coffee bar open from 8.30am daily during term time. It closes at 3pm on Monday to Thursday and 2pm on a Friday.
Located in the construction workshops area at Basford, the Kiosk operates from 10am - 11.15am selling hot and cold drinks, breakfast cobs, sandwiches and snacks.
Basford is serviced by numerous major bus routes heading out of the City Centre and into other areas of the city.
From Nottingham's Victoria Centre take the 71 or 72 (Yellow Line) and get off at Stockhill Lane or Bagnall Road. From the Broadmarsh Centre, Collin Street or George Street, take the 79 (Turquoise Line) to Broxtowe Lane and Nuthall Road junction.
- Nottingham City Transport - All city bus timetables and routes
- Trent Barton - Out of city bus routes
- National Express -for a countrywide bus service
Cinderhill tram stop is less than 10 minutes walk from the College, connecting us with Nottingham City Centre and beyond! You can find timetables and more information on the Nottingham Express Transit website
Nottingham Train Station is approximately 20 minutes away by car or taxi. For further information on train times please check the East Midlands Trains website.
Car parking is available for which there is a charge of £3 per day or £1.50 per half day. There are parking machines on site or you can pay using the Ringo app.