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The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London


London’s College for Skills

Student information

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MyDay is the CONEL Student App for keeping up to date on your mobile or tablet. You can see your live attendance and punctuality, timetable, access pro-portal and eZone, college email as well as college news and the latest Screen_Shot_mob.jpgmessages – all in one place!

 STEP 1
Go to app store for iPhone, Android or windows and download MyDay.

 STEP 2
Open the app and enter your College email
Your College email is your student ID number followed by @student.conel.ac.uk
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*You’ll need to have accessed your student account on a PC at College first before using MyDay.

STEP 3
You’ll be redirected to this screen. Enter your College email again and your network password.

 STEP 4
Then get going on MyDay.

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The Students’ Union

All College learners are members of the Students’ Union. As a member of the Students’ Union you can vote for other members, called the Students’ Union Executive to represent you.  Elected posts include President, Welfare Officer, Finance Officer and so on. You are also welcome to stand as a member of the Executive and if elected you will gain valuable employability skills.  Students’ Union members receive discounts on many goods and services, using their NUS Extra Cards.

The Students’ Union Executive

The Students’ Union Executive is made up of a group of people who are elected to hold office for one year. They are elected by other learners. Just as politicians are elected by voters based on their speeches and writings as to what they will do in office - so are the officers of the Students’ Union. The people who want to stand for office make speeches at ‘hustings’, which are usually held during lunchtimes in the Cafes. Voting takes place over a week to give everyone enough time to take part.

What does the Students’ Union do?

Learner Representation: The Students’ Union helps to make sure there is good communication between College learners and managers. Learners can go to advice sessions each week to talk to the Students’ Union (SU) elected officers about any problems they may have. SU Officers also meet with Learner Representatives who are elected for each class and they meet with College managers at feedback forums. College managers can also communicate more easily with learners through the Students’ Union if there is something they need to make sure everyone knows about.

Clubs and Societies: The Students’ Union helps to set up student societies and activities including a weekly five-a-side football league at both centres, an entrepreneurs’ club and choir/ singing club at the Enfield Centre.

Campaigning: The SU organises Green Week activities, such as an information stall about sustainability and environmental issues and a lunchtime workshop on climate change. The SU promoted Health Week by giving out information to learners on ways to stay healthy and organised lunchtime workshops on healthy eating. 

 

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Whatever your course choice, our state of the art laboratories and studios, specialist facilities and study environments will inspire you to succeed. We've invested in our technology and teaching facilities so that you can get the most out studying with us and you have all of the tools to do your best.

So if you're looking for a quiet place to revise or somewhere to catch up with friends between lessons, we have the place for you.

Learning Centres at Enfield and Tottenham

Our light and airy learning centres offer much more than just books. As well as a full collection of the latest textbooks, course materials and journals for you to borrow, you can make use of the audio-visual players, photocopying, quiet study areas and group work tables. You can use the internet connected PCs for assignments, email and printing, and each PC has a range of software from Microsoft Office to Dreamweaver. Apple macs are also available for DVD and movie editing at our Tottenham Centre.

E-Zone Virtual Learning Environment

The E-Zone is a virtual online one-stop resource which keeps you in touch with tutors, friends and college news. You can check your emails remotely, post your views on the discussion forums and look up a wealth of information about courses, social clubs and facilities around the College.
Your tutor will save presentations and important notes about your coursework on E-Zone.

Tottenham's 'The Salon' and Enfield's 'Style Zone'

We run two professional, state-of-the-art, fully fitted hair and beauty salons which you can use. We offer a full range of professional services at a fraction of the cost. All services are supervised by our fully qualified staff and include beauty treatments, hair styling and barbering. We also offer specialised treatments such as microdermabrasion, Indian head massage and reflexology.

Eat, relax and unwind!

We have plenty of places to eat, where you can also socialise with friends and take a break from classes. In our modern eating and meeting space for students, there is a choice of hot meals with an exciting menu at very reasonable prices. Our Coffee Shops sell a selection of hot and cold drinks, crisps and snacks including pastries, home baked cookies and fresh fruit.

Library Services

Tottenham Centre

Term-time:
Monday 8.30am - 5.30pm
Tuesday 8.30am - 7pm
Wednesday 8.30am - 5.30pm
Thursday 8.30am - 7pm
Friday 8.45am - 4.30pm

Half-terms and holidays
Monday to Wednesday 9am - 4.30pm

Enfield Centre

Term-time
Monday 8.30am - 5pm
Tuesday 8.30am - 7pm
Wednesday 8.30am - 5pm
Thursday 8.30am - 7pm
Friday 8.30am - 4pm

Half-terms and holidays
Monday to Wednesday 10am - 3pm

Both Tottenham Centre and Enfield Centre Libraries are closed on Bank Holidays

Enquiries
Tottenham Centre
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Enfield Centre
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We are here to offer you impartial Information, Advice and Guidance (IAG) so that you can make the right choices when choosing your course.

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We offer dedicated Information, Advice and Guidance at our Tottenham and Enfield Centres. 

Our Information, Advice and Guidance Officer will give you a high standard of confidential advice and direct you to the right learning area you need. This may include referring you to another learning provider.

Information, Advice and Guidance Opening Times 

Enfield Centre

10am - 4pm Monday
10am - 4pm Tuesday

Tottenham Centre 

10am – 4pm Wednesday
10am - 4pm Thursday

Contact us by booking your Information, Advice and Guidance appointment online below:

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