City of Westminster College is located in Central London with two campuses at Paddington Green and Maida Vale. It is currently the top college for apprenticeships in London and the South East. In addition, it offers over 200 courses across a wide range of both vocational and academic subjects. City of Westminster College has specialist facilities including, science labs, motor vehicle workshops, photography studios, a theatre and TV and Radio studios. It is proud to be the first choice for students across Greater London. www.cwc.ac.uk
The College of North West London is a Further Education college with two main campuses located in the London Borough of Brent, at Willesden and Wembley Park. It also runs the King's Cross Construction Skills Centre in the neighbouring borough of Camden, and Forum House in Wembley which offers facilities specialising in ESOL courses. The college’s focus is on providing the skills for career success at a variety of levels to ensure all students have the opportunity to access learning. Teaching and support services are designed to help students develop a range of skills and offer progression routes either into employment or towards university level study.
Offering a broad vocational curriculum to both adults and school leavers. Specialist subject areas include Construction and Engineering, Computing, Media, Science, Care, Salon Services and ESOL. CNWL is also a major provider of apprenticeships in construction, business administration and media roles. www.cnwl.ac.uk
The Cockpit Theatre is a fringe theatre in Marylebone, London. Designed by Edward Mendelsohn and built in 1969-70 by the Inner London Education Authority (ILEA) as a community theatre, it is notable as London's first purpose-built Theatre in the round since the Great Fire of London. It remains one of a handful of purpose-built theatre training venues in the capital and is still owned and operated by the City Of Westminster College.www.thecockpit.org.uk