|Motto||The Careers College|
|Type||Further Education College|
Richard Chambers (2006-2011)Mark Silverman (2012-Present)
|Local authority||London Borough of Lambeth|
Lambeth College is a Further Education college in the London Borough of Lambeth. It was formed in 1992 from three former institutions - Vauxhall College, Brixton College of Further Education, and South London College. The college has 3 sites:
Starting in 2012, Lambeth College underwent an overhaul, becoming an employability focused college with the priority of finding students employment in Lambeth. This change came complete with a new logo and motto for the college along with the planned addition of many new courses and removal of A-levels. Among the planned additions to the curriculum include hospitality and catering, motor vehicle maintenance, spa therapy, and uniformed public services.
The Clapham site is currently undergoing renovation to accommodate the provision of the new courses. Building work at Clapham began in February 2013, while building work at the Vauxhall site will begin later in the year.
The college offers NVQ, ESOL, Foundation Degree, Access and BTEC courses in many subjects. GCSEs in English and Maths are also offered for students who lack these qualifications or wish to retake them.
Prior to 2012, A-level courses were also offered within the college. The rebranding of Lambeth College as a vocational institution has since led to A-levels being gradually phased out of the curriculum.
- Lambeth College Launches Strategic Five Year Plan http://www.lambethcollege.ac.uk/news/lambeth-college-launches-new-strategic-five-year-plan
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