Hi there!

Welcome to your Learners Hub. As a learner at Coventry College, we want to ensure you have all of the information you need to succeed.

Here you’ll find all of the important information you’ll need – whether you’re a new learner or continuing your studies with us. Find out more about:

  • The financial support packages we offer, if you’re eligible and how to apply
  • Our Learner Services Team and how they can support you
  • Our Student Union and how you can get involved
  • You learner pledge and college handbook
  • Practical information on timetables, travel and health and safety
  • Plus, lots more!

Supporting you every step of the way

Our Learner Services Team are here to support you from your first day and beyond – whether that’s academically, financially or personally. We can even support you with industry placements and beyond college with choosing a career.

Financial Support

If you’re aged 16-18 and on a full-time programme you don’t need to pay for your course. But you may be entitled to financial support for course related costs. If you’re aged 19+ you may need to pay for your programme, but support is available.

Truly immerse yourself in college life

The College experience is all about getting involved with extra-curricular activities and truly immersing yourself in college life. Speak to our Learner Services Team on campus for more information.

Tips to help you succeed

We’ve put together some helpful study tips to help you succeed at college. We also offer one-to-one tutorials, individualised learning plans and maths and English support.

Learners Facebook Group

A place for current Coventry College learners to keep up to date with the latest news and college resources.

Getting to College

Our campus is easily accessible by car and public transport. Find out more about how to get here and parking.

ID Pass

You will have received your ID pass at enrolment. It’s important that you wear this at all times.

We enforce a strict NO ID, NO ENTRY policy at college to ensure the safety of all our staff, learners and visitors.

If you need a replacement pass you’ll need to purchase this for £5 from our Learner Services Team, who are located on the ground floor of the North building at our City Campus.


You will have received your timetable at enrolment detailing your first lesson time and location. If you haven’t received this, please email: [email protected]

Lesson locations at City Campus

The location of where your lessons will take place will be on your timetable. The location will usually start with either N (North building) or S (South building) and will be followed by the floor number (0, 1, 2, 3, 4) and then the room number.

Maths and English

If you need to improve your grades in Maths and English it’s important that you attend the sessions detailed on your timetable. These form part of your study programme and are vital to help you progress your studies and career.

Free Food

If you received free school meals, you’re still entitled to up to £3.50 per day to spend on food at college. Speak to our catering staff for more information on your first day. We also have free tea and toast available for all learners, everyday before 9am in the canteen in the South building.

Industry placements and careers guidance

Our Industry Placement and Careers Teams are here to help you find a work placement and get the careers advice you need whilst at college. Look out for the posters around college, which will give you more information on how to secure a work placement and book a careers session.

Book a careers session

Car Parking

Our City Campus car park is located off Bath Street (CV1 5AE).

If you’re planning to drive into college and would like to use the car park you’ll need to register and pay for parking in the first 2 weeks of term.

You can do this at Reception. Payment will need to be made by debit or credit card. Term 1 is £15, term 2 is £15 and term 3 is £10. The car park at The Alan Higgs Centre is free to use.

Study materials and kit lists

Performing Arts

  • Black clothes that you can move freely in
  • Water bottle


Recommended but not essential:

  • Black leotard
  • Black jazz shoes
  • Ballet shoes


  • Instrument (if you’d prefer to play your own)

Art, Design and Fashion

Recommended but not essential:

  • Fine liners
  • Pro markets
  • Glue stick
  • POSCA pens / Sharpies
  • Drawing pencils (2B and 4B)
  • Paintbrushes


Recommended but not essential:

  • SD card

Motor Vehicle

Extra stationary including:

  • Ring binder
  • 30cm ruler
  • Protractor
  • Tipex

Workwear including:

  • Black or dark blue one-piece overalls 
  • Black steel-toe capped boots
  • Black industry style / work wear trousers
  • x2 college polo tops
  • x2 college sweatshirts

Learning materials including:

  • Level 1: Heinemann, Level 1 Diploma, Principles of Light Vehicle Operations
  • Level 2: Heinemann, Level 2 Diploma, Principles of Light vehicle Maintenance and Repair
  • Level 3: Pearson, Level 3 Diploma, Principles Of Light Vehicle Technology

Sport and Public Services

  • Black t-shirt
  • Black hoody or sweatshirt
  • Black tracksuit bottoms or shorts
  • Black trainers

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