The college has now moved most of its teaching and learning online, and in some cases, printed learning packs, so that you can continue your learning from home during this period of time when we are being asked by the Government to stay at home. Here you’ll find advice and guidance to support you.
The College has put robust COVID-19 secure plans in place across our campuses to keep students and staff safe when we reopen in September.
To help you with your studies, teaching and learning resources are now available on our online learning portal called Interact.
It’s important to keep in touch with your tutor, and they will be contacting you regularly to help keep your studies on track and answer any questions you might have.
Frequently asked questions for current students at Nottingham College.
The Government has asked that the College remain open for students of key worker parents or students who are vulnerable, i.e. those with Education and Healthcare Plans or are receiving social services support.
Your health and wellbeing at this time is our number one priority.
Ofqual and QAA have announced a process for awarding grades which fairly recognises students’ work and makes sure they get their grades in time to progress.
You’ll appreciate that existing plans for progressing our current students to another course or level within the college, are having to be revisited due the ongoing uncertainty around how and when you will finish your current studies.
The following page provides details to help answer questions you may have about your HE study with us and the ways in which you can continue to finance this study.
We run part-time courses for adults at both our campuses and within a number of community venues.
Our careers team continue to offer a range of career learning activities for you to use.
Our employer network is also trying to help with work experience in this changed environment.
The situation and the advice offered changes regularly. The latest advice states that anyone who develops a persistent cough or fever above 37.8 must stay at home.