COVID-19

In line with government guidance regarding social distancing all of the Lancashire colleges’ campuses are currently closed to the general public.  All of the Lancashire colleges are continuing to provide teaching and other support to students through alternative means including virtual classes, on-line learning and telephone calls with support staff.  A number of college campuses remain open for those limited groups of young people defined as ‘vulnerable’ by the government. 

Following the updated guidance released by the government regarding the opening of college campuses to wider groups of     learners, individual colleges are taking cognisance of both national and local guidance in making their decisions, underpinned by robust risk assessment.  Each college is and will continue to communicate directly with their learners, apprentices, employers and parents as the situation evolves.

Please click on the logos above to see each of our colleges’ websites for further information.  Our colleges are also providing     regular updates via their Facebook and Twitter channels.

The team at The Lancashire Colleges are currently working from home, to contact us please email info@tlc.ac.uk

Year 11 bridging offers

In order to help schools to advise their Y11 pupils who are preparing to start college in September 2020, The Lancashire Colleges have worked with the Local Education Authorities to prepare information for pupils and their parents and guardians. The leaflets below provide information about the support available at each college as well as contact details for further information.

Year 11 Transition Booklet – Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council

Year 11 Transition Booklet – Lancashire County Council


The Lancashire Colleges (TLC) comprises 12 general further education and sixth form colleges in Lancashire. Collectively we are committed to delivering high-quality education and skills provision to promote economic growth and social cohesion within our local communities.

TLC has established four cornerstones which we believe will secure growth and enable the development of a world class higher technical and professional education system for Lancashire. Our colleges:

  • Are assets of business and the community
  • Deliver core services with quantifiable benefits
  • Work together to deliver growth
  • Are committed to the Lancashire sub-region