Kensington and Chelsea College
Kensington and Chelsea College is a College with a high-profile national and international reputation for world-class excellence in Creative Arts including Fine Art, Fashion, Millinery, Photography, Design and Sculpture.
Our Management and Professional Development courses are also second to none, along with our vocational courses in Health and Care, Hair and Beauty, Business and Professional Studies, and Multimedia, which are some of the very best in the area. Our Modern Foreign Languages and ESOL courses also offer the very highest of standards, whilst our Higher Educational and Access to Higher Education courses are of an exceptional standard. In fact there are hundreds courses to choose from.
We take great pride in providing students with excellent career enhancement opportunities and industry recognised skills and qualifications. This is because we work closely with employers to develop courses that give students the skills that employers are actually looking for in today's competitive job market. In fact 97% of Kensington and Chelsea College students go on to work or further study.
The College has strong links and partnerships to many of the world-class organisations surrounding it which has led to some amazing opportunities for our students including jobs at Hemingway Design, the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Science Museum, among others. Our tutors are focused on giving their learners some brilliant, and often unique, experiences. This has included masterclasses with celebrity hairdresser Gary Baker, who has styled stars including Kanye West and actress Cate Blanchet to exclusive networking sessions with MTV's Music Editor. Recently our design students were also given the chance to sell their creations at the world famous Portobello Market situated in the heart of Notting Hill, based next to our Kensington Centre.
These are just a few examples on top of all the other great exhibitions and shows students get to participate in. There are always lots of innovative and enterprising experiences and opportunities available to you as a student of Kensington and Chelsea College.
We also know each student is looking for something different, which is why our curriculum offers a range of opportunities from full time, part time and evening courses to Higher Education, work-based learning and Apprenticeships. Whatever your aspirations, we're here to help make it happen.
So, whatever your age, social background, or previous experience of education, we welcome you to be part of our friendly, inclusive and respectful college family.
To support the Building a Creative Nation campaign, Kensington and Chelsea College has:
Hosted a careers event
Joined the Building a Creative Nation campaign
Provided career advice
- What can we learn about careers advice from YouTubers?
- The future workforce, diversity and social mobility
- Scherrikar Bell, actor
- Digital Design Career Zone
- Apprenticeships for the Creative Industries
- How do we solve the lack of diversity in technical and production in the arts?
- Apprenticeships are a journey worth taking
- Young people have the skills our sector needs for the future
- Andrea Pugliese, cultural experience designer
- Students attend Portsmouth Guildhall’s fourth Creative Choices day
- Good work experience is vital, but are businesses ready to deliver it?
- If we’re not careful, we could be left out of Post-16 skills training
- The future workforce: Are you ready?
- Partnerships offer opportunity for hands-on experience
- Design skills are vital to UK productivity but businesses face a growing skills gap
- What can a guitar god teach you about networking?
- Telling young people about the magic of the creative sector
- Review of National Occupational Standards - online consultation
- NSA acheivements in 2017
- Moving on after an apprenticeship
- 3 entry-level jobs to kick-start your writing career
- How has 2017 fared?
- What does a Senior Technician do for a theatre?
- Being a Marketing and Sales Officer
- Being an Education Projects Coordinator
- Production & programming for a theatre
- Being a Theatre Manager
- What does an Associate Artist do?
- Creative Digital Careers Infographics
- Global Talent Report
- The Future of Skills
- Design Museum Student Awards
- A Manager’s Guide to Apprenticeships
- Get creative with Talnet
- Get into learning and participation
- Sofie Boons, Head of British Academy of Jewellery
- How to nail your graduate CV for the creative industries
- Apprenticeship Information Events
- Scene Change Report
- Creative Education Forum 2017
- Being a creative team coordinator
- Apprenticeships for the Creative Industries
- Theatre Workforce Review
- What are you getting wrong with entry-level recruitment?
- Diversity in theatre: small players leading the way
- Work experience with a video production company
- Work experience with a digital agency
- Work experience with a creative media arts centre
- Work experience with a children’s media company
- How to record a podcast
- How to make a storyboard
- How to design a product
- How to create a video on iMovie
- What does the ‘hung parliament’ mean for apprenticeships in the creative sector?
- What could the 2017 General Election do for the UK’s creative skills gap?
- How can an organisation benefit from an intern?
- Interns with the Northern Ireland Creative Employment Programme
- A backstage look at Leeds Festival
- Getting started in the creative and cultural industries
- Moving forward from a creative apprenticeship
- How Wac Arts supports young people and their performing arts careers
- Apprentices and Interns of the Creative Employment Programme
- Student Success at Youth Awards
- Abi Horsfield, transitions outreach manager
- Amy Backwell, industry liaison intern
- Emma Morsi, digital marketing apprentice
- How will we improve Creative Choices
- Sheree Vickers, artistic director
- RSA Student Design Awards team
- 6 ways to successfully enter the creative industries
- Hannah Fiddy, flashmob producer
- Building a Creative Nation in China
- World-first in apprenticeship technology
- Building a Creative Nation: Diveristy and Fair Access
- Start your career in Film, T.V. and Stage
- Welsh National Opera announce the first winner of their opera Design Challenge
- Why you need to be at our conference on March 2nd!
- Havering College is turning 70
- Help Musicians NI and Creative & Cultural Skills
- Kensington and Chelsea College student wins first prize
- The Working Internationally Regional Project
- Belfast Metropolitan as a Leadership College
- Shortlist announced for the Welsh National Opera Design Challenge
- 6 top tips for finding work experience in a creative design studio
- Creative Choices Live! in Suffolk
- April Skipp, marketing and development intern
- 110 years of Belfast Metropolitan College
- Jack Homer, technical arts student
- Getting the right careers advice for the creative industries
- Creative Tutors: how to make work experience work
- Barking & Dagenham teacher in running for award
- Going for Gold with Arts Award
- Apprenticeship standard: Learning and Participation Officer
- Surviving as an actor outside London
- Connecting with Industry
- Vicky Grubb, upholsterer
- Lindon Barr, dancer & choreographer
- Peter Vaillant, abstract artist
- Hazel Marshall, story consultant
- Aisling Keavey, photographic artist
- FD in Music and Production (HEFCE) Yr1 Programme
- Introduction to Music - Diploma in Music Performance & Production (Level 2) Programme
- Intermediate Music - Diploma in Music Performance & Production (Level 3) Programme
- Music Professional Practice - Extended Diploma (Level 3) (Direct Entry Yr2) Programme
- Introduction to Pro Tools Programme
- Improvers Guitar Programme
- Beginner’s Drum Kit Programme
- Improvers Keyboards Programme
- Beginners Singing Programme
- Improvers Singing Programme
- Beginners Guitar Programme
- DJ Skills Programme
- Introduction to Music Technology Programme
- Logic Pro X Programme
- Beginners Keyboards Programme
- Dance Professional Practice - Extended Diploma (Level 3) (Direct Entry Yr2) Programme
- Intermediate Dance - BTEC National Foundation Diploma (Level 3) Programme
- Introduction to Dance - BTEC First Diploma (Level 2) Programme
- HNC in Performing Arts (Dance) (HEFCE) Programme
- Drama Professional Practice - Extended Diploma (Level 3) (Direct Entry Yr2) Programme
- Introduction to Drama - BTEC First Diploma (Level 2) Programme
- Intermediate Drama (Dip in Performing & Production Arts) (Level 3) Programme
- Technical Theatre Arts - Diploma in Production Arts (Level 3) Programme