Preston College is a specialist in technical and vocational education offering a wide range of courses including T-Levels, BTECs, NVQs and Apprenticeships, which allow you to start your career in the world of work, or progress to Higher Education.
Our mission is to inspire, educate and support our diverse community to reach its potential. We do this through a combination of excellent facilities, a wide ranging enrichment programme and nuturing and caring tutors and staff.
Our supportive and industry experienced tutors are experts in their field, who will help you to develop the technical skills and knowledge you need to progress in your career, and help you thrive in the working environment.
Search our range of courses below or find out more about Apprenticeships here.
Don’t worry! Our careers advisors will visit local schools on a regular basis and if you apply for a place you’ll receive an invitation to a one-to-one session with one of our careers advisors or a tutor. We also hold a number of open events throughout the year – check out our events page for the latest information.
Search the careers button below to find data on your chosen career including average wages, vacancies available and future prospects.
“I get great support from the SEND staff and Communication Support Workers. I have really enjoyed college and my confidence has grown. I completed work experience with a local employer who has offered me an Apprenticeship in Property Maintenance.”
“I want to join Lancashire Fire and Rescue after my studies. My next step is to study fire and leadership at UCLan. My course is preparing me for my next steps and the College facilities for physical activity are very good.”
“Before I started college I was unsure of what career I wanted to do in the future. By doing this course it has confirmed to me that I want to work within this sector. I am heading to Newcastle University to study Business Management.”
“My Level 2 & 3 courses have given me the knowledge and understanding to excel at what I do. I want to be a make-up artist and I had the chance to experience it first-hand when I worked at UCLan on their ‘we see you’ campaign videos.”