College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London

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The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London, is a vocational further education college, dedicated to giving the best possible education and training to all of our students.

We have a huge range of courses on offer. Whether you're starting out, making up for missed opportunities, looking for career advancement or an employer looking to upskill your workforce, we have something for you.

We hope you find what you’re looking for on our website, but if you don’t, give us a call or drop into our Advice and Guidance Centres for a chat with one of our advisors. We’re here to help you build the future you want and to do everything we can to help you get there.

For more information and details of all our courses visit our website, or call Course Information on 020 8442 3055 (Mon - Fri, 9am to 5pm), or you can call in at our Advice and Guidance Centres (Mon, Thur and Fri, 9am - 4.30pm or Tues and Wed 9am - 7pm) during term time at the Tottenham and Enfield centres.

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What we offer

Making the right choice is important; we believe that you should have the best advice and information possible.

With so many courses and different levels of qualifications, you might find it hard to choose the right one for you. Our courses range from Entry Level to Level 3 and we have a range of Higher Education courses, including Higher National Certificates (HNCs). Click on the links below to find a course that is right for you.

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We offer a wide range of support at the College aimed at making your college experience better.

As well as Personal Tutors, we are one of the few London colleges to also offer support from our team of Student Learning Mentors. Mentors have volunteered their time to motivate, support and guide. Students at the College also have the opportunity to become a mentor, which looks great on your CV and provides you with additional skills and confidence.

We offer career support and have dedicated advisers at both our centres. Many of our courses include work experience, and those who are studying Business Level 3 can take part in our Career Academy, which includes a summer internship with a well-known business company.

There are counselling, health and mental health services at both centres, and childcare facilities at the Tottenham Centre.

We have an active Students' Union who work hard each year to fundraise and provide activities for students.

We also have dedicated Safeguarding Officers.

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As a student with The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London, you will benefit from cutting edge facilities and inspirational study environments.

Connect is a virtual one-stop shop which lets you keep in touch with tutors, and friends. You can check your emails remotely using your webmail access post your views on the discussion forums and look up a wealth of information about courses, social clubs and facilities around the College. New features are constantly being added to this dynamic resource, so it's the best way to keep up with everything that's going on.

Learning Centres
The learning centres have a full collection of study resources including the latest textbooks and course materials all available to loan, a wide range of journals, study areas, photocopying, DVDs, videos and players. There are 60 PCs at each centre for open access use, with a range of software from Microsoft Office to Dreamweaver and all with Internet, email and printing. Apple macs are also available for DVD and movie editing at our Tottenham Centre.

Eat, relax and unwind!
We have plenty of places to eat, where you can also socialise with friends and take a break from classes. In our modern eating and meeting space for students, you have a choice of hot meals with an exciting menu at reasonable prices.

Costa coffee sell a selection of cold drinks, crisps and snacks including pastries, home baked cookies and fresh fruit. You can also opt for a cappuccino, espresso or latte, and have a quick breakfast.

The Salon
We run two professional, state-of-the-art, fully fitted hair and beauty salons. We offer a full range of professional services at a fraction of the cost. All services are supervised by our fully qualified staff and include beauty treatments, hair styling and barbering. We also offer specialised treatments such as microdermabrasion, Indian head massage and reflexology.

First-class professional facilities
We teach sudents using industry standard equipment and software, including video-editing suites and multimedia rooms, construction workshops, a drama hall, and professional salons, which are open to the public.

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The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London has two main sites.

Tottenham Centre
High Road, Tottenham, N15 4RU
Tube station: Seven Sisters (on the Victoria line)
Mainline stations: Seven Sisters, Tottenham Hale, Bruce Grove, South Tottenham
Bus routes: 4, 41, 73, 76, 123, 149, 230, 259, 279, 318 and 341

Enfield Centre
Hertford Road EN3 5HA
Mainline station: Southbury Road
Bus routes: 279, 121, 307, 313, 491,191

We also have the Tottenham Green Centre, Town Hall Approach Road, where we deliver teaching and learning out in the community.

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How to enrol

Enrolment generally begins in August, although courses do start throughout the year so please contact the Course Information Line for the latest information on 020 8442 3055.

When enrolment begins, there are eight simple steps to follow:

  1. Visit the welcome desk and find out where to go
  2. At the course subject desk meet the teacher/s and discuss the course you want to do
  3. New applicants will have an interview and assessment. Learners with conditional offers and new applicants need to bring in their results and check that the conditions are met
  4. All learners show proof of identity (passport/birth certificate). Anyone applying for fee discounts will need to bring in evidence of their benefit status.
  5. Visit registration so your record is completed on the computer
  6. Visit Learner Support for help with fees and childcare
  7. Visit the cash desk to pay any fees for your course
  8. Get your photo and ID card

When you arrive, please make sure you have all the relevant documentation, including your passport and any references required. This will avoid delays and ensure you get to start life at the College as soon as possible.

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Open Days

At each Open Day you will speak with teachers from different subject areas to get a real feel for the course you want to study. You’ll find out what is taught, how you will learn, and if you are eligible to apply.

We also run a number of workshops at each Open Day, which give you an opportunity to try out lessons, tour facilities and get to know tutors.

Our support services are on hand to offer information and advice and guidance are available to help you fill in an application form if required. Applying early to the College will improve your chances of getting on the course of your choice.

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Student Success News

Ranked Number 1 in Student Success and Satisfaction for London Colleges - 2 years running

The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London is officially ranked as London’s Number One Performing College for Success Rates two years running. The fantastic news relates to colleges of general further education and came in a government report (8 April 2015) by the Skills Funding Agency (SFA).

Topping the London league for Success Rates this year at 89.2%, this impressive result is a measure of how many qualifications started by the College’s learners were successfully completed.

What’s more, the excellent news follows a trend, as the College is London’s Number One for student satisfaction, also for two years running.

Students’ Union President, Melina Zachariou (pictured centre) said, “It’s easy to see why the College came first. You can see that the students are happy and comfortable. The tutors are really approachable, there are a number of services for anyone that needs additional support and the College takes safety and wellbeing very seriously. It’s a nice environment to be in.”

Kurt Hintz, Vice Principal for Curriculum and Learner Experience said: “Our excellent Success Rates are the results of the great teaching and student support given by staff at the College. Everyone works tirelessly to ensure all learners get the support they need to achieve. This news confirms our leading position amongst London colleges and it is backed by our high rates of student satisfaction.” 

The College’s overall Success and Achievement Rate are as a result of first-rate teaching and learning. The results have come at a time when the College has just completed a £20million investment in facilities.

At its Enfield Centre the College has injected more than £16million to create exceptional learner facilities for welfare and learning, a Construction Centre offering state-of-the-art facilities and a new Sports Centre and Library.

In Haringey, the College’s Tottenham Centre is central to the £1billion private and public investment taking place to regenerate the local area.”

Kurt Hintz continued: “There has never been a better time for the people of Haringey and Enfield to make us their college of first choice.”

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Contact Details

The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London
Tottenham Centre,
High Road
N15 4RU

Tel: 020 8442 3055
Nearest/Tube Station: Seven Sisters

Enfield Centre
73 Hertford Road

Tel: 020 8442 3055
Nearest Station: Southbury Road 

Additional Sites: Tottenham Green Centre, Town Hall Approach Road, N15 4RX