49In PersonIf your chosen course does not require an interview please fill in the enrolment form and come along to see our Course Information team to complete your enrolment.If your course requires an interview please remember to bring along any documentary evidence that is needed to claim the concessionary discount. For further information on evidence required please view page 50 under 'Proof of Discount,' or visit www.barnet.ac.uk/The-College/enrolment Opening hours: Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm, (occasional opening until 7pm) and Friday 9am-5pm, except for public holidays when the College is closed.InterviewFor courses that require an interview, please call our Course Information team on 020 8266 4000 to arrange an interview.Please bring the following with you to your interview:. Your completed enrolment form. The correct fee. Evidence of nationality and residence. Evidence required for concessionary discounts Enrolment Payment Notes. Make cheques and postal orders payable to Barnet College. If paying by cheque, write your address on the back. If your cheque/postal order covers fees for more than one applicant, write details of all applicants on the back. If you are paying by credit or debit card tick the appropriate box on the enrolment form and a member of our enrolment team will process your payment. If applying by post, do not send cash under any circumstances. The College cannot accept responsibility for loss if cash is enclosedStudent Membership CardsThese are issued with your first enrolment of the academic year, or during your induction period.Whichever way you choose to enrol, you can collect your ID membership card during opening times at the College. If you are collecting your card on the day of your class, please allow at least half an hour before the class start time to collect your ID card.Your card shows your personal student number, your name and photograph. It allows you access to the College and facilities. Your card is valid only while you are attending a course between September 2011 and August 2012, though your student number will remain the same throughout your time at the College.The College will charge a fee of £5 for each duplicate card issued.Remember to bring your Student ID membership card every time you come to College.DisclosuresIf you declare either a medical condition or a criminal conviction disclosure you will be contacted by a Safeguarding Officer to discuss your disclosure. It is important that you provide accurate and full information when contacted in order that the College can be sure to meet its safeguarding and support responsibilities. A criminal conviction does not result in automatic exclusion of your application.
For further information please call: 020 8266 4000, visit our website: www.barnet.ac.uk or email:50 email@example.comHow much will my course cost?Course fees are printed in the course listings throughout this course guide.The listed fees include tuition, registration, materials and where marked, the exam fees. On some courses you will also be expected to provide your own uniform and/or equipment, which will incur additional cost. There will be additional charges for use of College laser printers if applicable to the course, which you will be informed about at interview.Fees can be paid in cash, by cheque or postal order, or by credit/debit card on 020 8266 4000. You are not a student until your fees have been paid.The fees were correct at the time of printing. Check your fee when you enrol as it may be different from that listed.Need financial help?There are various ways to access help with the costs of going to College. Our Services for Students team can advise you on the options.However if you qualify for any of the discounted fees on the right you should bring appropriate supporting proof for this.Discounted feesFor Learners who are still at School If you are under 16 on the 31 August 2011, you may enrol on some part-time courses from this course guide but the listed fees will not apply.For Learners who are aged 19 or over on 31st August 2011Recent national government changes to funding for adult education have had a big impact on the number and range of courses that can be offered with fee concessions for adults by all Colleges of further education. These changes come into effect immediately for all courses running after the 1st of August 2011 and mean that you may now have to pay more for your courses than previously. You can still expect to have a significant reduction on the price of your course if. You are on Jobseekers Allowance (JSA) or Work-Related Employment and Support Allowance (ESA-WRAG).If, however, you are not in receipt of JSA/ESA-WRAG, it is likely that you will have to pay fees for your course, unless.. You do not yet have a Full Level 2 qualification and are studying for a Full Level 2 or an Entry or Level 1 qualification. (Excludes ESOL).. You are aged between 19 and 24 and are choosing to study your first Full Level 3 qualification.. You are studying for a Literacy or Numeracy qualificationPlease note these fee changes will not affect anyone who is aged 16-18 on the 31st August 2011. Payment assistance. You may be able to pay for your course in gradual instalments or by Direct Debit.. You may be able to claim from our Discretionary Learner Support Fund, ask an advisor for more information.. Learners should speak to their Job Centre Plus Advisor to see if they are entitled to claim JSA/ESA. Talk to Services for Students Information and Advice Officers for further help and guidance. Proof of DiscountIf you think you are entitled to pay a discounted fee we need to see up-to-date proof of your entitlement when you enrol. You may be entitled to a discount because of your previous qualifications, depending on the course you want to do, or because of your benefits status. Note that the only benefits we are now allowed to consider for discounted fees are: · NASS support (for asylum seekers) · Jobseeker's Allowance (JSA)· Work-related Employment Support Allowance (ESA-WRAG) Confirmation that you are receiving benefit will be required. For asylum seekers this will be your latest receipts from the National Asylum Seeker Support System (NASS).