The support we give our students is second to none. From getting the right financial support to coaching and mock-interviews, as a student with us, you’ll never be far away from a helping hand.
At Blackburn College, we deliver a learning experience that’s challenging and fulfilling, nurture your independent and analytical thinking, and motivate you to ensure you reach your potential.
Whether it’s financial support for school leavers (aged 16-18), childcare support, extra help for our adult (aged 19+) students or simply a friendly chat about what course is right for you, our friendly and highly skilled team at The Hub will make sure that you have the information you need before making your study choices.
All of our services are accredited by Matrix whom assess providers for the international kite mark on delivering impartial advice and guidance to students and we’re proud to have been awarded the international accreditation for delivering impartial advice and guidance to students for 10 years running!
So you know that when you come to see us we will be setting you on your path to that dream career.
What we can help you with
- Careers advice and getting work ready
- Financial support
- Travelling to College
- Additional learning support
- Schools Partnership Team
Get in touch
To speak to a dedicated careers adviser phone (+44) 01254 292929 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We also offer daily "quick query" sessions to support you with your course choice - simply call on the day you want an appointment. You can also request a call back and one of our friendly advisers will be in touch to discuss your options.
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