Newcastle City Learning is committed to helping you achieve your goals so that you can get the most from your learning. During enrolment you will have the opportunity to tell us about the support you may need to help you with your course.
You will be asked if you consider yourself to have a disability, learning difficulty or health problem. We also ask you if you would find learning easier with support such as help with English and maths, careers guidance or course expenses. The information you give us will only be shared with those who need to know, like your tutor. They can then discuss your needs with you, and put things in place to make it easier for you to succeed. Telling us about any special arrangements as soon as possible gives us the best chance of putting them in place for the start of your course. If at any time on your course you need assistance please talk to your tutor.
Our latest brochure
Download our latest brochure for the Autumn Term 2019 (pdf, 7.14MB) and enrol from Monday 3rd June 2019.
Frequently Asked Questions
Have you got a query? Have a look at our Frequently Asked Questions and see if it is listed.
Your complaint will be acknowledged and an investigating officer will be assigned. We will investigate your complaint, take any necessary action and reply to you in writing within 15 working days in accordance with Newcastle City Council's complaints procedure (external link)
We produce a learner handbook that contains lots of helpful information. You will get a copy at enrolment or at your first session, but you can also download it here (pdf, 1.81MB)
We want to involve learners in shaping the opportunities available to them. With Learner Involvement you can express your views, needs and concerns. We will explain how we respond to the issues you raise.
Do you help to look after someone who has an illness, disability, mental health illness or addiction? Newcastle City Learning are dedicated to supporting learners with caring responsibilities and will help you to ensure that having a caring role does not have a negative impact on your studies. You can find our more about the support available in college by speaking to your tutor, our Learner Liasion Coordinator, or contact Newcastle Carers for more information about support available in the local area www.newcastlecarers.org.uk
We have a Virtual Learning Environment called Moodle (external link). This is where you can access lots of useful information on term dates, induction, course content and information sheets. Moodle will allow you opportunities for study outside class, at your own pace and in your own time. It will also allow you to communicate with others in your class. We hope it enhances your learning and makes it fun!
Advanced Learner Loans
Level 3 and above courses will no longer be directly funded by the Government if you are 19 years old and over, unless you are aged 19-23 years and it is your first full Level 3 qualification. However, you may qualify for a Advanced Learner Loan to cover your course fees.