Are you a school leaver, adult or employer? Be inspired and discover the possibilities we can offer.
A pathway is made up of courses that allow any student the opportunity to achieve their goals and ambitions.
With great training opportunities, amazing facilities and strong connections with employers, we offer you everything you need to progress into the job, further training or higher education you want.
Work with equipment that professionals use and get ready for the world of work
Study in some of the best facilities in the region.
Learn skills on the job from trained professionals and experience work-related learning.
Practise what you have learnt and make a difference to your community through Social Action and our Community Weeks.
Folkestone College has a range of courses for 19+ learners.
Our students went all out to thank key workersRead more >
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN COLLEGE AND SIXTH FORM - What's the difference between college and Sixth Form? We give you a handy guide!Read more >
Students and staff celebrate role in park’s Green Flag AwardRead more >
FOLKESTONE COLLEGE STUDENTS BECOME PUBLISHED AUTHORS - Eleven of our young learners have submitted stories to be featured in a book!Read more >
INTERVIEW WITH BETH WALKER - We caught up with Beth, a former student, about her experience studying joinery and how it helped her to retrain in a new career!Read more >
EARLY YEARS STUDENTS DISCOVER FOREST SCHOOL - Our Level 2 and 3 Early Years students took part in activities to discover the benefits of Forestry Schools!Read more >
Former student, Nicole, with one of her images used as part of a moon exhibition.
Studio portrait experiments by 1st year student Ollie.
1st year student Chloe experimenting with self portraits as part of her studies.
Students visited the Photographer's Gallery in London and took part in an Image Narrative course as well as visiting the Roman Vishniac Rediscovered exhibition.
Year one and two students working alongside Folkestone-based bespoke tailors Suzie Abbott on a professional shoot.
Student Will wins the Rotary Club Young Chef of the Year 2018 Competition with his fish pie.
Students arrange a Business Conference with allumni who come to inspire students about their future careers.
Students get hands on experience cooking for and serving customers in our on site restaurant.
Our catering students wear professional chef whites in the kitchen.
Speakers come in to deliver workshops to students. Here is Steve Howard, CEO of Finally Creative Marketing speaking to students.
Lean business skills in a hands on way at the only Peter Jones Academy in Kent.