How And When To Enrol 16-18
How And When To Enrol 16-18
Whichever course type you're studying, when your start date is approaching we'll be in contact to give you more information about enrolling with us and help you complete your enrolment.
How to enrol
If you have applied to join the College in September 2022 or re-join us in September, then please read the sections and stages below.
A welcoming learning environment
Everyone at the College has been working hard to ensure that when your course starts you will receive a great college experience in an environment that is welcoming and puts you first.
Don’t worry, we know there is quite a lot to take in - we will share they key messages and information you need to know in the coming weeks once you have enrolled.
If you've applied to study with us from September, our dedicated enrolment team will be in touch closer to the time to help you complete your enrolment and give you further information about starting your course.
Not yet applied?
If you haven’t previously completed an application via our Application portal (appy.tmc.ac.uk), then don’t worry, you can still do so.
If you are interested in studying with us then please visit our application portal and we will process your application in the usual way and be in contact to help you complete your enrolment.
If you would like to speak to someone about a course then please phone 03333 222 444.
If you've told us in your Progression Review that you'll be returning to us in September, there are some key dates you need to be aware of and a few things you'll need to do before you re-join us.
Visit our Next Steps page to learn more and find out what steps you need to take.
Where to get information and support
Please remember our team are still here to provide all the answers and support you need.
Our TMC Live sessions have lots of useful videos with information for new students and progressing students. We also have a number of in person open events taking place throughout the year, check our Events page to see our upcoming events .
If you require advice or would like to change career pathway, please contact the Careers and Welfare team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an appointment or call 03333 222 444.
What you'll need
Stage 1 – Logging in to Apply Portal
Simply login to your application portal - Prospect - and you will see our request for you to complete your enrolment form in the Get Ready to Study section.
Stage 2 – Enrolment Form
Please check the information you’ve previously submitted is still accurate and then continue to complete the other information which we require in order to progress your enrolment to the next stage.
Within the Evidence section you will need to upload a passport-style photograph for your student ID card; instructions for this are in the portal under Uploads. Your ID card will be given to you by your Achievement Tutor on your first day and must always be worn when you are on campus.
Stage 3 – Review
Once you have completed all the sections you will be taken to the Review page. Please double check all the information is correct, including your contact details, and click submit. If you do notice any errors whilst on the Review page, simply click on Edit under the section you wish to correct and make any changes required.
Stage 4 - Book an Appointment
Once you have confirmed all your details you will be redirected back to the Portal homepage where you will have a new tile to book a face-to-face appointment for your enrolment.
Next you will be taken to a page with a list of appointments, please pick a slot that is convenient to you. Once your appointment is booked, you will receive confirmation by email
For your Face to Face appointment, please report to reception who will direct you to your chosen study area.
If you didn’t book an appointment on completion of your enrolment form, you can log back into the portal to do so. See Stage 1.
Stage 5 – Signing Your Learner Agreement
The final stage of your enrolment is to review your learning agreement and digitally sign it by ticking the accompanying boxes. You can complete this by logging back into the application and enrolment portal (Prospect) and go to Next Stages.
Once you’ve signed your Learner Agreement, you will receive further communication via email on how to access the ‘Student Hub’ where you will find important information on when you start college, your timetable and how to stay safe on campus.
Not a UK/EU resident?
If you are not a national of the UK/EU and you have not been resident in the UK/EU for the last three years, you will need to provide evidence of your residency.