First Day information
Here you can find information that you'll need for your first day.
How to complete your enrolment form
Section 1 – Personal Details
- This can be Mr, Mrs or Miss – please select the one that best suits you
- This is your surname
Your Given Name
- This is your first name
- Please write any middle names that you have in this section
Known by any previous name(s)
- If you have ever changed your name for any reason (such as marriage), please write your previous name or names in this section
National Insurance Number
- You will find your National Insurance number on any documents from the HMRC regarding your tax, pension or benefits as well as any documents regarding pay (such as payslips and your P60) from your employer.
Permanent Home Address & Postcode
- This should be where you currently live
How long have you lived at this address
- This should be the years and months you have been a resident at the address you listed
- If you have lived at this address for less than 3 years you will also need to provide a postcode for your previous address
- In some cases, students may have a term-time address that is different to their current/permanent home address. If this is the case you will need to write the address and postcode in this section.
Date of birth
- This should be filled in using the DDMMYYYY format e.g. if your date of birth is the 28th of October 2002 you will need to write 28102002 in this section
- Please select Male or Female using the checkbox provided.
Section 2 – Parent / Guardian / Next of Kin Details
This section is only required for learners who are aged 16-18. If you are over 18, you can move onto the Emergency Contact section.
If you do not want your parent / guardian / next of kin to be contacted about your education at TMC please tick the checkbox at the top of this section
- o This is the first and last name of one of your parents / guardians / next of kin
- Write the individual’s relationship to you rather than your relationship to them e.g. if you have chosen to list your mother write “Mother” in this section
- Please write the best number to contact your parent / guardian / next of kin on, preferably a personal home or mobile number rather than a work number
- Please write the personal email address of your parent / guardian / next of kin in this section
Section 3 - Emergency Contact
If your parent / guardian / next of kin listed in the section above is your emergency contact, please tick the checkbox
- This is the first and last name of your emergency contact
- Please choose the best phone number to reach your emergency contact on – this can be a personal or work number
Section 4 – Personal Contact Details
- Please provide a home telephone number if you have one. If you do not have one you can leave this section blank
- Please provide your personal mobile number
- Please provide your personal email address – not a work or school account
Section 5 – Personal Declarations
Age on 31st August in year of enrolment
- You will need to enter what you age would be on the 31st August in the year of your enrolment at TMC e.g. if you were born on 28th of October 2002 and were enrolling in September 2019 you would enter “16” in this section.
Have you ever studied at any Campus of The Manchester College?
- Use the checkboxes to indicate whether you have studied with TMC in the past
Last School or college / 6th form attended
- You only need to enter the name of the school / college / 6th form you attended before The Manchester College.
- Please use the checkboxes to indicate whether you have any criminal convictions*
*If you check yes, a member of staff will have a discussion with you but there is nothing to worry about regarding your enrolment if this is the case as everyone is treated fairly.
ONLY TO BE COMPLETED BY 16-18 learners: How you live
- This section is about your living situation so please choose which category best describes you from the options listed
Section 6 – Study Programme & Enrolling Staff Declaration
- This section will be completed by the member of staff enrolling you so please leave this section blank.
Section 7 – Residency
- Write your nationality in the box provided
- Use the checkboxes to select which situation best describes you
Section 8 – Health & Additional Needs
Use the checkboxes at the top of this section to indicate whether or not you have a disability or learning difficulty
- If you check yes, use the checkboxes in the rest of this section to select which situation best describes you
- If you have no formal diagnoses but would like to discuss potential needs and difficulties with the curriculum teams, please check “I have no formal diagnosis but would like to discuss my needs” at the bottom of this section
Section 9 – Ethnicity
- Use the checkboxes in this section to select the category that best describes your ethnic origin.
Section 10 – Data Protection & GDPR
- Please read the information in this section so that you understand how data is gathered, used and stored by TMC.
- Please use the checkboxes in this section to select which methods you are happy for third partied to contact you regarding things like surveys and competitions.
Section 11 – Marketing & Research
- Use this section to provide consent for TMC to contact you regarding marketing activity by one or more of the listed methods.
Section 12 – Household situation
This section only needs to be completed by students aged 19 or over, if you are younger than this please move onto the next section.
- Use the checkboxes to select which situation(s) best describes your household
Section 13 – Employment Status
This section needs to be completed by all students aged 19 or over as well as any 16-18 learners enrolling on a part time course. If you are a 16-18 learner on a full time course, please move onto the next section.
- If you are employed, use the checkboxes to indicate
- Your employment status (self-employed or in paid employment)
- How many hours a week you work
- The length of your employment
- Your income range
- If you were in full time education or training prior to your TMC enrolment, please tick this option.
- If you are unemployed, use the checkboxes to indicate
- Your unemployment status (available for work or not available for work)
- The length of your unemployment
Section 14 – Fee Remission (Section 1)
This is to be completed by students enrolling on a level 1, 2 or 3 course who do not already hold a qualification at one of these levels.
- This section will be completed while you are with the enrolling officer so please leave this section blank.
Fee remission (Section 2)
- In this section both employed and unemployed learners will need to indicate which (if any) benefits they are receiving.
- If you are an adult learner earning less than the Social Mobility Commissioner’s Low Pay Threshold you can tick the box in this section. Please provide evidence of this when with your enrolling officer such as a P60.
Section 15 – Application for Financial Assistance
This will be completed with the enrolling officer with the student, please leave blank until then.
Section 16 – Student Declaration
- On the first page of the enrolment form you will need to complete the Student Declaration.
- Read the privacy notice on the document and tick the checkbox to indicate you have completed this
- Provide your signature in the box provided
- Write the date you have completed this form in the box provided
ID badges must be worn at all times on your College lanyard and visible outside of clothing.
- To keep our campus safe
- To get access to the campus
- Print allocation for copiers and printers (top up at library reception)
- Free College meals at College catering outlets – weekly allocation
Forgotten it? You must sign in at reception and be given a temporary one (that you return at the end of the day)
Lost it? You will be issued a new one which you will be charged for.
IF YOU REPEATEDLY FAIL TO WEAR YOUR ID YOU WILL FACE DISCIPLINARY ACTION.
Attendance and punctuality are integral and fundamental to your learning.
The core expectation for all students is:
- 100% attendance
- 100% punctuality
We recognise though that this is a challenge for some students. It is your responsibility to notify the college using the campus specific contact details that can found at the Customer Service Desk on your campus.
Students experiencing consistent attendance and punctuality issues and are considered to be at risk of failing to achieve or of withdrawal may find themselves subject to our Fitness to Study process or our Student Disciplinary Process.
You must attend all of the time and be on time!
If you are unable to attend – you must contact us through the details below:
Campus Contact Details
0161 674 7405 | firstname.lastname@example.org
0161 674 1523 | email@example.com
0161 674 4853 | attendanceNicholls@tmc.ac.uk
0161 674 3208 | attendanceNMSF@tmc.ac.uk
0161 674 8132 | attendanceNC@tmc.ac.uk
0161 674 2962 or 0161 674 2282| attendanceOpenshaw@tmc.ac.uk
0161 674 7123 |attendanceSS@tmc.ac.uk
0161 674 2266 | attendanceSTJ@tmc.ac.uk
0161 674 2600 | attendanceWelcombStreet@tmc.ac.uk
0161 674 7800 | attendanceWythenshawe@tmc.ac.uk
In the event of a fire follow the instructions from supervising staff / Fire Wardens.
- Evacuate the building immediately in an orderly manner by the stairways, following the shortest available and safest route
- DO NOT use the lifts
- DO NOT stop to collect belongings
- Proceed directly to your assembly point
- Remain at the assembly point until instructed to re-enter by the Fire Wardens
If you need help to leave the building in an emergency evacuation, possibly due to hearing, visual or mobility issues, you need to inform a member of staff so that arrangements the Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan (PEEP) can be put in place to ensure your safety.