Vocational Areas (aligned to the Skills Improvement Plan of the Liverpool City Region)
Courses (Entry 1 to Level 2 and GCSE)
Students (16-18 year olds and up to 25 with an EHC Plan)
Work-Related Experiences (placements, employability classes, industry visits)

Greenbank College offers supportive, inclusive learning opportunities for young people from its accessible building in south Liverpool.

The College offers courses for approximately one hundred and eighty students per year. Classes are small, friendly and encouraging and this helps our students to achieve their potential.

In addition to seven vocational study programmes and three foundation pathways for entry-level learners, Greenbank College also offers young people stepping stones from education to employment through its Supported Internship programme, which is designed to build confidence, skills and employability within real work environments. Our two host employers for this programme are Liverpool City Council and the Liverpool University Hospital Foundation Trust (LUHFT).

How our students described the College

“Very enjoyable and informative learning experience with very good staff who are helpful and skilled.”

“My course has been invaluable for my well-being. The tutor is so friendly and patient.”

“Teaching has been excellent, great guidance and inspiration. Practical information to help seek employment and opportunities for the future. It was a brilliant course.”

“Very helpful and understanding to every individual’s needs.”