Applications for full-time courses starting in September 2017 are now open!
Step 1: Use our course search to find the course you wish to apply for. (You can filter courses by ticking “part-time”).
Step 2: Select the course you wish to apply for and read the course page carefully before applying.
Step 3: To apply for the course click the “Apply” or "Enrol" button at the top of the page.
Step 4: Complete the online application form with your details or complete your details and pay and enrol online (depending on the course). You will receive an email confirmation and details of the next step.
If you have any questions please contact our Customer Service Team on T: 02920 250 250 E: email@example.com
How to apply for an apprenticeship?
Step 1: Find an Employer -Apprenticeship vacancies are sometimes advertised in the job sections of newspapers. Careers Wales offices also hold lists of Apprenticeship vacancies (Apprenticeship Matching Service AMS) and you can contact them directly.
Step 2: Get in touch with us - Contact our Apprenticeships team to discuss if you are eligible for an apprenticeship programme.
Call 01446 748212 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to apply for a CAVC Apprenticeship run at a Cardiff and Vale College site.
You will be required to undertake an Initial Assessment interview ahead of Step 3.
Step 3: The agreement - You, your employer and the College will agree an apprenticeship programme of learning.
Step 4: Sign up and Enrol at CAVC – Complete the process by enrolling onto your apprenticeship training programme and you’re all set.
If you have any questions please contact our Apprenticeships Team on T: 01446 748212 E: email@example.com
Applications for our Higher Education courses are now open .
If you have any questions relating to applying for a course contact us.
Tel: 02920 250 250
Cardiff and Vale College endeavours to ensure all College publicity material is accurate at the time of going to print. However, during the year details of all courses may be subject to change by the College, including qualification titles, awarding bodies, content or days/times. The College reserves the right to withdraw provision with insufficient student numbers/ if low attendance makes a course no longer viable to run.