Course Fees and Concessions
Fees vary and depend on the length and cost of running the course. You may qualify for a reduced fee depending on your circumstances. Concessionary fee is shown (C) for those in receipt of one of the following:
- Job Seeker’s allowance
- Employer's Support Allowance
Evidence of entitlement must be produced before the enrolment is processed.
Make cheques payable to: Cornwall College.
Examination fees are included in the course fees for British Sign Language courses. For the GCSE’s and RYA courses there will be extra examination fees to pay.
Class closure and admission
The College reserves the right to withdraw any classes with insufficient enrolment; withdraw or amend any class details advertised in any of our leisure booklets and refuse student admission in exceptional circumstances.
A refund will be given if the class is withdrawn. Refunds for any other reason will only be given in special circumstances; normally a medical certificate is required. Requests must be made to the Head of Community Education, stating the reasons. If approved, the refund will be pro rata and an administration charge will be deducted of £5 or 10% of the total fee paid, whichever is the greater. Claims must be made before the end of the course.
Have I got a place on the course?
You will have a place on your course unless you hear differently from us. Once you have enrolled, you will be posted a receipt for your fees.
Materials for classes
On some courses a materials charge has been included in the cost of the course. In other cases, tutors will advise you at the first lesson of what is required.
How will I know where to go?
The Cornwall College Camborne campus is large and it can be difficult to find your way to a specific room, especially in the evening. For this reason, the college is divided into named areas or buildings. When you receive your receipt, the area/building and room number for your class will be indicated. The map on the back of the receipt will help you to find the right area. For all other venues outside college, addresses are shown above.
If any learner between the ages of 14 and 16 wishes to attend an evening class it will be necessary to first meet with the Head of Faculty/and or tutor to determine if the course is appropriate and in the best interests of the young person. If accepted onto the course, the full fee will be payable.
If you have any questiions please ring customer enquiries - 0845 22 32 567