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Dear <<First Name>>,

Welcome to the latest edition of Onboard!
We hope you are enjoying the spring weather, and the increasing freedom as we move out of Covid restrictions and towards more normal life.

We are delighted that you have chosen to study a <<Course Area>> course with us. It has never been a better time to study this subject.

At West London College we have excellent teachers, facilities and resources, this will ensure that you go on to achieve career success.

We’ve included a video of our most recent virtual open day in this edition so that you have all of the information you need about your course.

We look forward to seeing you at College very soon.

Reasons to be Cheerfull

  • You will be able to take part in a wide range of exciting trips and outward bound activities as part of your course, as well as learn in modern and comfortable classrooms. Your qualification in Public Services can take you to university or work or prepare you for a career in uniformed service.
  • In 2018/19, West London College’s overall pass rate across all subject areas from Entry Level to Level 3 and all ages, including young people and adults was 94.9%.
  • West London College's last Ofsted inspection grade was 'Good' for overall effectiveness (May 2017). 

In your industry

  • The uniformed public services include: the Army, the Royal Air Force, the Royal Navy, including the Royal Marines, the police, the ambulance services, the fire service, the coastguard, the prison services, security services personnel and overseas aid workers. 

  • The uniformed services are roles to help aid and protect the public. Job security is generally high, with good starting salaries for graduates and the potential to advance further within your field. There is an element of risk when working within the uniformed services and your actions can directly affect this so good decision-making skills are essential.

Public Services pathway


Here are two frequently asked questions from the feedback surveys in editions 1 and 2 of Onboard. If you’ve got any questions, please pop them in the Quick Poll below.

Do I need to study English and maths with my main course?

If you already have GCSE English and Maths at Grade 4/C when you start with us, you will not need to continue to study English and Maths at College.

If you are aged 16-18 on a full-time course and you do not already have GCSE English and GCSE Maths at Grade 4/C or above, you will need to study for these qualifications. This is a Government requirement, and all colleges do this.

You will find that having Grade 4/C or above in English and Maths is required by most employers and by universities too, which is why they are such important qualifications for you to have.

We will assess your English and maths skills when you start at College, and arrange for you to study either GCSE or Functional Skills English and Maths, depending on your skills level.

Study for these English and maths qualifications is free for young people aged 16-18 and for adults.

How do I accept my offer to study at West London College?

Congratulations on receiving your offer! Once we received your application form, our Learner Information Service sent you an email with your offer to study with us. Please let us know that you have received your offer and that you accept it. You can do this by checking your email inbox and spam folder to see if you have received an email from

Please read the email on how to accept your offer.

Quick Quiz

The first top five scorers will get a free drink at the College canteen when you start your course. Please remember to leave your name and email address to enter, and we'll be in touch with you if you win.
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