We are here to help you

If you’re undecided about what to study, our dedicated team is here to guide you. Whether you’ve already applied for a course and are reconsidering your options or are concerned about your GCSE results, don’t worry. There are plenty of pathways available to help you achieve your future goals. Over the summer we have various opportunities for you to explore Reaseheath and to get started on your application process.

Book a Campus Tour

Want to see our beautiful campus firsthand? Book a guided tour and explore our industry focused facilities, large grounds, and dynamic learning environments. Our school liaison team will be on hand to answer any of your questions.

Book a Careers Chat

Not sure which course is right for you? Schedule a one-on-one careers chat with our team. They can help you navigate your options, understand career pathways, and find the program that best suits your interests and goals.

If you have any questions please contact us

Our friendly applications team are always available to talk through your options, please feel free to call them. They have many year’s experience helping students decide what is the best next step for them and can answer any questions you might have.

The telephone number is: 01270 625131

Or if email is best please contact: enquiries@reaseheath.ac.uk

Helping you to become industry focused and career ready

Our winning combination of outstanding facilities, unrivalled student support, highly experienced staff and strong industry partnerships will help you to get ahead in preparation for your future career.

  • Reaseheath has some of the best specialist facilities and resources in the country, thanks to a continuing £80 million investment across campus
  • Our team of ambitious and enthusiastic staff, all have extensive experience of their industries and subjects
  • Our courses are designed with industry in mind ensuring you finish your course with the latest skills and knowledge employers need

Studying at Reaseheath has never been easier with over 23 bus routes servicing Cheshire, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Wales, Merseyside and Greater Manchester and on-site accommodation for up to 1000 students.

  • Travel to Reaseheath can cost as little as £66 per term on our heavily subsidised bus service – cheaper than running a car or using public transport!
  • For students who would prefer to live on campus we have a range of high quality accommodation options available at a range of costs
  • You may also be entitled to financial support towards the cost of transport, accommodation, essential clothing and equipment, and even your food!

We provide an inclusive, friendly and welcoming environment to help you reach your full potential.

  • Our student support network is vast – during your time at Reaseheath you will have access to our wellbeing, learning support, careers, student finance, transport and safeguarding teams
  • Your course manager and progress coach will be on hand to support you with your academic progress and personal development
  • There’s an active student life and plenty for you to get involved in alongside your studies including sports, clubs and societies, regular social nights and fundraising for charity!

What our students say about us

“I enjoyed so many experiences and opportunities at Reaseheath. I was encouraged to try different things and to develop my own unique skills set.

“Becoming a Reaseheath Zoo guide and getting involved in summer schools made me think seriously about becoming an educator, specialising in natural history and conservation. It’s really important that we inspire the next generation to care for the natural world.

“Whilst I was an undergraduate I gained a Youth Leadership Award, and I also become Vice Chair and then Chair of Chester Zoo’s Youth Board. We were tasked with helping to shape the zoo’s future and strengthen its appeal to teenagers and young adults. I’ve now set up a forest school and I also work as a Wildlife Trust educator, so I feel I’ve achieved a lot.”

BSc Zoo Management 2020

Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) Liverpool John Moores University 2021

Job Title: Freelance outdoor educator

“I came to Reaseheath after GCSEs because I knew it would be the best place for me to learn the skills I needed. The college has a great reputation for its food courses and fantastic facilities, equal to any you’d find in industry.

“Learning in depth about making chocolate and bread was an eye opener, particularly at Level 3 when you learn about the science and methodology of baking.

“I got a part-time job as a chef at a restaurant while I was still studying and I was offered a full time job there as soon as I finished my course. There are so many careers in the food industry with opportunities for travel. In the future I may specialise as a chocolatier.”

Job Title: Pâtisserie Chef

Previous Courses: Level 2 Diploma in Bakery and Patisserie 2018

Level 3 Diploma in Bakery and Patisserie 2019

“We opened our own artisan floristry shop in 2019 while still studying part-time for our Level 3 Diploma at Reaseheath College. We discovered we both wanted to own a floristry shop offering rustic floral designs for weddings and events.

“Our business has flourished beyond all expectations and we’ve already taken on another former floristry student – and others on work placement. Last year we won third in the British Florist Association’s ‘Retail Shop of the Year’ and were invited to join the Good Florist Guide. Both are very prestigious within the industry and are awarded for high standards and excellent designs.

“We both have three children so chose part-time study to fit in with domestic duties. Learning specific business skills, such as how to prepare a wedding contract and consult with clients, were as important as the practical elements and helped us to get to where we are today.”

Job titles: Co-owners of Bramble & Blooms, Tarporley, Cheshire

Previous course: Level 3 Advanced Technical Diploma in Floristry

“Being an arborist isn’t all about having fun swinging in treetops and using chainsaws – there’s a lot of technique backed by biology. To be able to trim trees properly you need to understand how they work. 

“Reaseheath’s course gives you a good balance between the practical and theoretical sides of arboriculture. Our classroom sessions were very interesting, particularly topics such as how trees self heal and how to prevent decay, while the practical side gave us a good grounding in how to climb trees safely and the skills and confidence to use the equipment.  

“I began working for Treefellers while still a student and became full time after I completed my diploma. Our work varies from managing vegetation on railway lines to removing mature trees from homeowners’ gardens, so every day is different.” 

Current job role: Arborist / tree climber with Treefellers

Previous course: Level 3 Diploma in Forestry and Arboriculture 2021

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