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    Apprenticeships

    This guide covers the educational opportunities available within the City of Westminster.

    City Lit Learning Disability

    City Lit Learning Disability offers part-time courses for adults with learning disabilities for all London boroughs. Our courses cover art and crafts, music making, singing, computing, dance, drama,  film making, London visits, science, and campaigning. We offer advice sessions by appointment. We are located in…

    1-10Keeley StreetCovent GardenLondonWC2B 4BA

    020 7492 2586
    Service/Activity is chargeable
    Toilet suitable for wheelchair users
    Disabled parking available, restrictions may apply
    Wheelchair accessibile venue

    City of Westminster College (Queen's Park Campus)

    City of Westminster College is Central London's Top Vocational FE College. We're Ofsted rated 'Good' and proud to be the first choice for students across Greater London. We're located in Central London on 2 campuses, Paddington Green Campus and the Queen’s Park Campus and we…

    20Saltram CrescentLondonW9 3HW

    020 7258 2812

    Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College (Hammersmith Campus)

    Our vision is to be a strong independent College characterised by a clarity of purpose to be outstanding in everything we do and become renowned for the creative and innovative way through which we deliver learning. We are so much more than a college Speak…

    Hammersmith & Fulham CollegeGliddon RoadLondonW14 9BL

    020 8741 1688

    Kennet West (WCC)

    Kennet West Skills Centre is a new partnership between the Federation of Westminster Special Schools and Westminster Kingsway FE College providing vocationally focussed education to young people with a wide range of learning difficulties, between the ages of 16 and 25 years. The college offer…

    Kennet West Skills CentreKennet RoadLondonW9 3LG

    020 7641 5825
    Service/Activity is free
    Suitable for children and young people with SEND

    Kensington and Chelsea College (Chelsea Centre)

    Kensington and Chelsea College has two sites based near Kings Road in Chelsea. Ofsted rates our teaching as good. Our range of courses offers career enhancement opportunities, a credible alternative route to university and recognised qualifications leading to employment. We are an established and trusted…

    Kensington and Chelsea CollegeHortensia RoadLondonSW10 0QS

    Course information: 020 7573 5333 Switchboard: 020 7573 3600
    Wheelchair accessibile venue
    Suitable for an individual with vision impairment

    Kensington and Chelsea College (Kensington Centre)

    Kensington and Chelsea College has two sites based near Kings Road in Chelsea. Ofsted rates our teaching as good. Our range of courses offers career enhancement opportunities, a credible alternative route to university and recognised qualifications leading to employment. We are an established and trusted…

    Kensington & Chelsea CollegeWornington RoadLondonW10 5QQ

    Course information: 020 7573 5333 Switchboard: 020 7573 3600
    Wheelchair accessibile venue
    Suitable for an individual with vision impairment

    Phoenix Academy (formerly Phoenix High School) (LBHF)

    Phoenix is a vibrant, multicultural school committed to enhancing the life chances of all the learners who attend. The school caters for learners between the ages of 11 and 19.

    Phoenix High SchoolThe CurveLondonW12 0RQ

    020 8749 1141

    Q6 - Queensmill

    Post 19 for young people with autism to support pathways to independence and employment and transition to adult services.

    Queensmill School, 1Askham RoadLondonW12 0NW

    0208 740 8112
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