Fleetwood Nautical Campus - Halls of Residence

Accommodation

Our three-year sponsored merchant navy cadet scheme is divided into five phases, with phases 1, 3 and 5 running at the Fleetwood Nautical Campus (FNC).

For phases 2 and 4 you will be based at sea.

Halls of Residence

 

Statement of residential principles and practices

Predominantly, the Halls of Residence caters for Maritime cadets in their first college phase and the experience plays a key role in preparing them for joining their first ship. There are also a small number of Maritime officers and Offshore and Engineering apprentices who reside within the facility.  Blackpool and The Fylde College has an admissions policy available to view on the college website.

The accommodation consists of two buildings, a 101 bed single room halls with shared facilities and a 35 bed single room halls with ensuite facilities. Both buildings are located within the campus.

Under 18 students are accommodated in a separate wing with dedicated shower and toilet facilities within the 101-bed building, where supervision and support are provided from the warden's office within the building.

Female students in the 101-bed building are accommodated in a separate wing with dedicated shower and toilet facilities.

No under 18 students are accommodated in external premises.

Remaining rooms are allocated prior to arrival with any requested changes to allocation being reviewed by the residential and facilities manager on a case-by-case basis. 

Initial welfare and support facilities are provided by the residential and facilities manager who is supported by a team of duty wardens on campus 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Further support is available from progress tutors, the senior tutor for progress, the dedicated Student Support and Wellbeing team and the Safeguarding and Prevent Manager, alongside wider college support teams.  Information about their services available via the Student Life pages on the website and via Canvas.

Supervision and monitoring of under 18 students is overseen by the residential and facilities manager and team of duty wardens. A curfew operational plan is operated for under 18 students which is explained to parents upon induction.

Students with religious, dietary, language or cultural needs are encouraged to discuss any requirement with the residential and facilities manager or their progress tutor in order that their needs can be met. There is a multi-faith room available within the halls of residence.

The campus enrichment officers provide a recreational programme that runs throughout the first college phase which is published on B deck noticeboards and electronic screens throughout the campus. Students also have access to the full B&FC enrichment offer via the Students Union, which is accessed via the Student Life pages of Canvas and the website. The programme includes awareness raising campaigns around key EDI, citizenship and wellbeing themes.

Halls of residence costs from 1 August 2022

Basic room - £145 per week payable monthly in advance, with first instalment payable on arrival (includes bed, breakfast and evening meal).

Ensuite room - £185 per week payable monthly in advance, with first instalment payable on arrival (includes bed, breakfast and evening meal).

Most cadets pay for their accommodation costs out of the wage paid to them by their sponsoring company.

Halls of residence contact information

T +44 (0) 1253 504711

E fleetwoodsecurity@blackpool.ac.uk

Halls of Residence images

Exterior of halls of residence
Exterior of Halls of Residence
ensuite room
Ensuite Room

External Accommodation 

A big part of moving away to study is finding the right place to live.

As a holiday resort, Fleetwood offers plenty of accommodation to choose from.

In Blackpool, student accommodation ranges from guest houses and self-catering flats to privately owned house shares.

To find out more about what might be available you may wish to search the internet for local letting agents that have student accommodation within their portfolio.

For general advice about housing, you may wish to look at the following:

https://england.shelter.org.uk/housing_advice
https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/housing/

Statement of Non-Affiliation

Blackpool & The Fylde College is not affiliated, associated with and does not authorize, endorse or is in any way officially connected to any Organisation or Landlord offering residential letting services.

Disclaimer – Student Accommodation

Students either currently enrolled or attempting to enrolling with Blackpool & The Fylde College will note the information contained in this website is for general information purposes only. The information is provided by Blackpool & The Fylde College and while we endeavour to keep the information up to date and correct, we make no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, reliability, suitability, or availability with respect to accommodation services provided by third parties. Any reliance you place on such information is therefore strictly at your own risk.

In no event will we be liable for any loss or damage including without limitation, indirect or consequential loss or damage, or any loss or damage whatsoever arising from accommodation services provided by third party agents .

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