If you have any questions, need further information or would like to talk to an adviser, you can contact us in the following ways:
For course related enquires:
Access to Higher Education – AskAccess@sparsholt.ac.uk
Accounting, Business, Law, Health and Social Care and Childcare – AskBusinessLawCare@sparsholt.ac.uk
Construction and Motor Vehicle – AskConstructionMV@sparsholt.ac.uk
Creative Arts and Digital Industries – AskCreative@sparsholt.ac.uk
Foundation Learning – AskFoundation@sparsholt.ac.uk
Hairdressing – AskHairdressing@sparsholt.ac.uk
Humanities – AskHumanities@sparsholt.ac.uk
Performing Arts, Dance and Music – AskPerforming@sparsholt.ac.uk
Science and Maths – AskScienceMaths@sparsholt.ac.uk
Social Sciences – AskSocialSciences@sparsholt.ac.uk
Sport and Uniformed Services – AskSportUniformedServices@sparsholt.ac.uk
To apply for Part Time courses and Apprenticeships -Simply, download your application form and send it to our Admissions team here at Andover College:
Apprenticeships and Training Programmes: 0845 8500916
Full-time Course Advisor: 01264 360031
Marketing and Schools Liaison: 01264 360066
Part-time and Short Course Advisor: 01962 797213
Student Funding Team: 01264 360014
Transport Coordinator: 01264 360014
To report your absence from College, please call 01264 360022 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
What to do if you feel unwell with COVID-19 symptoms ?
The main symptoms of COVID-19 have been identified as:
- High temperature – This means you feel hot to touch on your head.
- New, continuous cough – This means coughing a lot for more than an hour, or three or more coughing episodes in 24 hours.
- Loss or change to your sense of smell or taste – This means you have noticed you cannot smell or taste anything, or things smell or taste different to normal.
If you have any of these symptoms, we ask that you DO NOT come into College and arrange to take a test.
If you are using College or Public Transport and the driver believes you have any symptoms, they have the right not to bring you into College.
If you attend College with any of these symptoms or they develop whilst you are at College, you will need to be picked up by your next of kin and taken home. You will be provided with written instructions on booking a test and reporting the results to the College.
ANYONE with symptoms should then self-isolate until they have received a negative test result back. If anyone you live with has symptoms or test positive for Covid-19 you should NOT COME to College and self-isolate for 14 days or until that person receives a negative test result back.’
Tel: 01962 797215