Further and higher education
GOV.UK can help you with information and advice on further and higher education, as well as information on training and student or career issues.
Going to college or university
You may be able to get financial help if you are going to college or university.
You can find out more about financial help for students going on to higher education (for example university or teacher training) from our student support page.
The AimHigher website will give you all kinds of information about higher education and how it can help you get your dream job.
Salford Skills Centre is a service operated by the Salford City Council Children's Services directorate. It was created to provide vocational training for the youth of Salford (16 to 18 year olds).
Find out more about the courses we have to offer.
Young people couldn't be more important to Salford. Youth services are an integral part of our strategy of ensuring young people play a leading role in influencing and shaping national initiatives, local partnerships and other services in Salford.
Find out more about the services and projects available.
Post 16 to 19 transport policy
The Local Authority are required to publish a transport policy for learners of sixth form age within Salford and across boundaries, where applicable. The Salford City Council post 16 to 19 transport policy outlines the transport support available for students who are over compulsory school age but under 19, or who are on a course, which started before they reached 19.
- Post 16 Transport Policy - July 2010 (Microsoft Word format, 209kb)
- Post 16 to 19 Transport Policy July 2011 (Microsoft Word format, 194kb)
- 16 to 19 Transport Policy 2012 (Microsoft Word format, 169kb)
If you are unable to view documents of these types, our downloads page provides links to viewing software.
This page was last updated on 21 November 2012