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Application Form 2018-2019

Please find the application form for the Certificate in Education and Training programme at the Centre for Lifelong Learning, University of Warwick. Once completed, click the ‘send form’ button at the bottom of the page to submit your application. If you have any questions concerning this process, please refer to the FAQs and/or contact us using the get ‘Get in Touch’ button, both found on the right side of this page.

The University of Warwick and its partner colleges are committed to a policy of equal opportunities and will not discriminate against any applicant or student on the basis of age, gender, nationality, ethnicity or religion. Please help us to make our equal opportunities policy more effective by ticking the boxes below.

Your college will ask you to write personal statement approx. 500 words covering the following areas. Your reasons for undertaking this course. How studying for this qualification will relate to your interests and/or work. Any reading or training you have undertaken in relation to this course. Your interests and hobbies.
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Declaration of Criminal Record
It is a course requirement that the college and the University are made aware of any criminal convictions that you may have. If you have a criminal record, the college and the University will still consider you for a place on the course, but depending upon the nature of the offence/conviction the College and the University may give further consideration to your admission before confirming any offer. It’s therefore a requirement that the nominee at your place of employment completes the DBS (previously CRB) Waiver form. This will be forwarded to you upon offering you a place on the course.
If your conviction involved an offence similar to those set out above but was made by a court outside of Great Britain and that conviction would not be considered as spent under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 you should tick the box.

Relevant criminal offences include convictions, cautions, admonitions, reprimands, final warnings, bind over offers or similar involving one or more of the following:

• Any kind of violence including (but not limited to) threatening behaviour, offences concerning the intention to harm or offences which resulted in actual bodily harm.
• Offences listed in the Sex Offences Act 2003.
• The unlawful supply of controlled drugs or substances where the conviction concerns commercial drug dealing or trafficking.
• Offences involving firearms.
• Offences involving arson.
• Offences listed in the Terrorism Act 2006.

If your conviction involved an offence similar to those set out above, but was made by a court outside of Great Britain, and that conviction would not be considered as spent under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974, you should tick the box

Please find the Data Protection Statement at the bottom of this webpage, this will pop up in a separate window. Please ensure you read this carefully before confirming you have read and understood the Data Protection Statement.

To conform with relevant legislation you must email if you wish to opt out of taking part in the National Student Survey
I undertake to observe the Charters, Statutes, Ordinances and Regulations (the “Rules”) of the University and to submit to their discipline during such time as I am a registered student of the University. I confirm that I am aware of the scale of the fees and charges relating to my course of study and that I am in a position to meet such charges on the due dates of payment. I recognise that my registration as a student is subject to satisfactory academic progress in my course of study and is to be completed only on full payment of all outstanding fees and other sums due to the University. I understand that should my sponsor at any time fail to pay my fees and charges that are due, I will be personally liable for them.

Note: Registration is in accordance with the terms of the offer made by the University. A registration is not valid unless fees are paid or full details of sponsors are provided. If you fail to return this form by the notified date, your University card will be invalidated. I confirm that I have read and understood the Data Protection notice, Data Protection Guidelines, Declaration and the Rules and agree to be bound by them.
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Privacy statement

The University of Warwick will process your personal data provided in this online registration and/or paper form for the purposes of administering and considering your application as an undergraduate student. The information provided on the application form will also be used to contact you with relevant information in relation to the course and any other further courses, news and events about the University, if you have ticked the relevant box above.

The legal basis for processing this personal data is that it is necessary for the performance of a contract or consent, which is obtained through your submission of this online form.

Your personal data may be shared externally with colleges and placement providers where the course you have chosen includes a joint-admissions responsibility, who will process your personal data for the purposes of your application.

Your personal data will not be transferred outside of the EEA, will be kept securely by the University of Warwick and will be retained for a period of six years after the completion of your course unless your application is unsuccessful, at which point your personal data will be kept for one year from the point your application is unsuccessful.

The University of Warwick is the Data Controller of this information and is committed to protecting the rights of individuals in line with Data Protection Legislation. Please visit the Information Commissioner’s Office’s webpages for further information in relation to your rights and the University’s Data Protection webpages for further information about how the University processes your personal data. The University’s Data Protection Officer, A Bajaj, can be contacted through and any requests or complaints should be made in writing to the University’s Data Protection Officer.

Please find a copy of our Data Protection Statement. Please ensure you read this carefully before confirming you have read and understood the Data Protection Statement.

By signing this document you are entering into a legal agreement with the University