Hatfield Road St. Albans AL4 0JA 01727 737000
Information
  • Email info@oaklands.ac.uk
  • Location Hatfield Road St. Albans AL4 0JA
  • Type Further Education
  • Vice principal http://www.oaklands.ac.uk/
Oaklands College is a further education college in Hertfordshire, England in the United Kingdom, established in 1991. Oaklands College is a large general Further Education College. It has campus sites in St Albans City, St Albans Smallford, Alban Park, Welwyn Garden City and a further training provision in Borehamwood. The college is well respected with regards to its land based provision, these include Horticulture both Amenity and landscape, Greenkeeping, Equine studies, Animal management and Floristry. The college also host Oaks Radio, a student based radio station. Oaks Radio was started by three students: Nathan Ruddick, Oliver Johnstone and Jay Pendrell Smith.
The college offers a wide range of courses covering different sector subject areas including adult and community learning, art, beauty, business, construction, equine studies, engineering, entry level studies, health and social care, hospitality and catering, public services, IT, land based studies, media and performing arts, science and maths and sport. The College also has 14-19 and 16-19 year old consortium arrangements with local secondary schools in Welwyn Garden City, Hatfield and St Albans.
Campus
St Albans City Campus, St Albans, Hertfordshire
Alban Park Campus, St Albans, Hertfordshire
Smallford Campus, Smallford, Hertfordshire
Welwyn Garden City Campus, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire
The Kinetic Centre, Borehamwood, Borehamwood, Hertfordshire
The Learning Gateway, Hatfield, Hertfordshire