Our colleges

CCCT’s new training offer draws on the expertise of two of London’s most respected colleges.

Capital City College Training (CCCT) is part of the WKCIC Group – formed in 2016 with the merger of City and Islington College and Westminster Kingsway College. CCCT’s new training offer draws on the expertise of two of London’s most respected colleges, bringing more than 100 years of experience in education and training, rooted in the communities we serve. With a combined enrolment of nearly 27,000 students, the two founding colleges form the largest further education institution in London. Together they are able to lead the reinvigoration of the capital’s evolving further education sector.

CCCT delivers high-quality training solutions for businesses, designed to meet the needs of employers looking to improve their workforce. Our courses are designed with real jobs in mind and our colleges are constantly updating their course portfolio to reflect the latest market intelligence, employer and student demand.

  • We work with businesses to understand their market requirements. We deliver high-quality training solutions designed to improve their workforce with innovative training and the right recruits.
  • We work with young people who are eager to learn and progress. We help them choose a training option that meets market opportunities to find a clear path to work.
  • We match talented learners with suitable roles to help both business and individuals to thrive.
  • We help people who are already working to explore new areas through short courses that enable them to make choices about career directions.

City and Islington College

City and Islington College (Candi) was founded in 1993. Our college offers a wide variety of part-time, full-time and adult education training courses from our five specialist centres in central London. Our centres are dedicated to providing a unique learning environment which is safe, supportive and allows learners to reach their potential. After studying A levels or vocational courses with us, many of our students go on to some of the best universities in the country.

We specialise in study that leads to a variety of creative and fulfilling careers, including in:

  • applied and general science
  • sports science
  • arts, media and culture
  • business and enterprise
  • hair and beauty
  • computing and IT
  • healthcare, social care and child care
  • public services
  • forensic science
  • politics and international relations
  • psychology and social work
  • teaching
  • police work
  • graphic design, photography, music and dance, fashion.

We offer outstanding careers advice and study options for international students and have a proud history of welcoming students from across the world. And, because extracurricular activities can help to distinguish an individual’s CV in the job application process, our college offers a wide range of sports, arts and entertainment and job-related activities in which students can participate.

Our centres:

Centre for Business, Arts and Technology

444 Camden Road, London N7 0SP

Centre for Health, Social and Child Care

The Marlborough Building

383 Holloway Road, London N7 0RN

Centre for Lifelong Learning

28-42 Blackstock Road, London N4 2DG

City and Islington Sixth Form College

The Angel, 283-309 Goswell Road, London EC1V 7LA

Centre for Applied Sciences

The Angel, 311-321 Goswell Road, London EC1V 7DD

City and Islington College has around 900 staff and more than 13,000 students. Each of our centres has a centre director who looks after the day-to-day operations on their site.

Find out more on the City and Islington College website

Find out more about each of our centres and their locations 

Westminster Kingsway College

Westminster Kingsway College was founded in 1910. Today the college offers academic and bespoke training courses at all levels for 16 to 18 year-olds and adult learners from four central London venues. Our courses include BTECs, A levels, apprenticeships, foundation degrees, access to higher education, higher education, distance learning, employability training and short courses. We also offer bespoke training for employers, apprenticeships and specialist programmes delivered with the Peter Jones Enterprise Academy. Our Craft Guild of Chefs Programmes is the UK’s leading School of Hospitality and Culinary Arts in central London.

The college also offers extensive courses and training to help people get back into work through our Employability Training and Talent Job Search. And we offer courses for students with disabilities.

Our courses help people prepare for hands-on careers in a range of fields, including:

  • accounting
  • business administration
  • cleaning support service
  • creative and digital media
  • customer service
  • professional cookery
  • retail
  • social media and digital marketing
  • music production
  • film, digital media and computing
  • travel and tourism.

Our centres:

King’s Cross Centre

211 Gray’s Inn Road, London WC1X 8RA

Victoria Centre & Vincent Rooms

76 Vincent Square, London SW1P 2PD

Soho Centre

22 Peter Street, London W1F 0HS

Regent’s Park Centre

Longford Street, London NW1 3HB

Find out more on the Westminster Kingsway College website

Find out more about each of our centres and their locations 


Financial statements 

Capital City College Group receives income from a variety of government and non-government sources and applies that income to the costs associated with training and educating its students. 

Summarised details of the Group's income and expenditure for its most recent financial year are shown in this

More detailed information on the Group's Finances can be found in its financial statements which are available below:

Financial statement 2016-2017 [PDF]