Tube strike on Wednesday evening / all day Thursday this week

London Underground logoIt appears that the 24 hour strike by London Underground workers planned to start at 1830 on Wednesday evening is still going ahead. This is likely to cause severe disruption to travel to and from College on Thursday.

All scheduled classes will go ahead as usual, so you must try your best to attend. You will still be marked absent if you do not attend any lesson you have on Thursday which will, of course, affect your attendance figures.

It is likely that your journey to College will be difficult, so leave home early and give yourself plenty of extra time to get here. Rail and bus services are likely to be exceptionally busy. If you usually travel in by tube, please check the latest status before and during your travel. London Overground and DLR services are not affected by the strike but will be exceptionally busy.

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Additionally, there is also strike action planned on First Great Western services (main line trains to and from Paddington station) from Thursday until Saturday. This is likely to specifically affect the trains that run from Greenford into Paddington but all FGW services may be subject to delays or cancellation. See the First Great Western website for further information.

my-WLC - the online learning and resources centre from West London College

my-WLC gives you online access to your course of study resources, such as the course outline, lecture handouts, assignments, reading lists, news, events and so on.

Please check into my-WLC on a regular basis to ensure that you don't miss out.

When you are enrolled into a class in the College, you will be automatically enrolled into the appropriate my-WLC modules for your course. If you are not automatically enrolled after two College days, please speak to your tutor who will raise the issue with the administrators of my-WLC.

Unable to log in?

If you forget your log in details, click here to go to the account recovery page. Enter your personal email address into the "Search by email" box and click the search button. If the email address is recognised by my-WLC, you will receive an email with a link to recover your account details and reset your password.

NB: If you have any problem with logging in which cannot be resolved using the above steps, please send an email to with your Student ID, quote "my-WLC account problems" in the subject line and you should expect a reply within one College day.

Secure English Language Test Changes

Only IELTS and Trinity College London English language tests will now be approved by the Home Office as secure English language tests (SELTS) for immigration purposes.

IELTS tests can be taken around the world, but Trinity College London tests must be taken in the UK.

English language tests taken before 6 April 2015 from the current list of approved SELTS can be used in immigration applications until 5 November 2015. From 5 November 2015, only IELTS and Trinity College London tests taken on or after 6 April 2015 will be acceptable.
More information (from UKCISA)

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