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Opportunities Workshop welcomes applications from disabled students and/or those who have access requirements. 

We will make every reasonable effort to meet your needs.

If you would like to tell us about your disability and/or request access arrangements, please discuss your requirements with our Admissions Counsellors.

English Language

If your first language is not English, you may be required to demonstrate that you have the appropriate level required by taking a Test of Proficiency.

English Language coaching is available to support your studies, please discuss your requirements with our Admissions Counsellors.


We are committed to ensuring that all individuals are treated fairly and valued irrespective of disability, race, gender, health, social class, sexual preference, marital status, nationality, religion, employment status, or age.

Everyone will be treated with respect in an environment free from harassment, victimisation and bullying.

No one is to receive less favourable treatment on any of the above grounds or is to be disadvantaged by requirements or conditions, which cannot be shown to be justifiable.

IT Fundamentals

To study effectively with us you’ll need some basic IT skills.  All our programmes have a computer-based element to access the core learning activities.

Please ensure you’re familiar with how your computer operates and accesses the Internet.  This will ensure smooth progress through your learning.

If you’d like additional support with underpinning computer skills to get the most from your programme, ask our Admissions Counsellors about our Computer Skills suite of courses.


We operate an adult learning environment. 

Occasionally we support students aged under 18 years of age, please discuss your plans with our Admissions Counsellors to explore appropriate solutions.

For junior students, parental consent must be provided before studies may commence.


We operate a small scholarship programme to support exceptional students who are unable to fully finance their tuition.

Awards are typically capped at 50% of applicable tuition fees.

For more information about current scholarship opportunities please ask our Admissions Counsellors for full details of how to apply.