INFO: Please fill in all the relevant information below. Once you have completed the form click the 'Submit Form' button. The form will be emailed to a member of the metal team and will be available to sign on day 1 of your first course. You will also receive a copy to the email address entered in the 'Email Address' box in the 'Basic Details' section for your records. None of the information input into this form is saved online.

Enrolment Form

Basic Details
Email Address (Please note we use e mail addresses to communicate changes to the courses and/or exam results therefore please ensure the e mail address is clearly written)
Preferred Language for Communication

Education Details
Highest level of qualification held

Employer Details
Equal Opportunities
This information is collected for statistical purposes only


Do you consider you have a disability/impairment?

Are you under employed, i.e. working part-time involuntarily?

Do you consider you have a work limiting health condition?

Care or childcare responsibilities.
Carer is anyone who cares, unpaid for a friend or family member who due to illness, disability, a mental health problem or an addiction cannot cope without their support.
Childcare: An individual with childcare responsibilities is the primary carer (parent or guardian) for a child who is under 16

Homeless or affected by housing exclusion?

Number of adults residing at given address? (adults being individual aged 18 or over)

Dependant children residing at given address (children meaning individuals aged 0-17 years old or 18-24 years old if in fulltime education)

Do you understand Welsh?

Do you speak Welsh?

Do you read Welsh?

Do you write Welsh?

Are you a migrant?

I would describe my ethnicity as:

Any other black background, please specify:

Any other Asian background, please specify:

Any other white background, please specify:
Dual heritage:

Any other dual heritage, please specify:

If you would prefer to describe your ethnic origin in another way, please do so:
Data Protection Act
Any personal data provided by Swansea University to the Welsh European Funding Office in relation to the project will be held by the Welsh European Funding Office and processed in accordance with the requirements of the Data Protection Act 1998. The Welsh Ministers are registered as a data controller on the Information Commissioners public register number Z7107446
The personal data provided by Swansea University to the Welsh European Funding Office will be held on a database and will be processed by the Welsh European Funding Office for the purposes of progressing applications and claims for funding from the Structural Funds and for purposes of research and evaluation. The information provided may be shared with UK Government Departments, Welsh Government Sponsored Bodies or agencies within Wales for the purposes of audit, research, meeting statutory obligations and for the prevention and detection of fraud. Personal data will not without consent be made public in any way that identifies individual. Certain data will be passed to the European Commission in compliance with Structural Funds Regulations.
Data may also be passed to Welsh Government support contractors for the purpose of resolving system problems. These contractors will not be permitted to make any other use of the data. If any person on whom data is held wishes to request details of their personal data being held on the Welsh European Funding Offices central database they may contact the Welsh European Funding Office Helpline on 0845 010 3355
Nothing in the Agreement shall override the provisions of the Data Protection Act 1998.
Privacy Notice for participants enrolling in European Social Fund (ESF) Operations.

The METaL Project is administered by Swansea University and is part funded using European Structural Funds. In order for you to receive support from the ESF funded METaL Project we, Swansea University are required to collect information from you. All fields are mandatory unless otherwise stated.
All information you provide will be stored and used in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. Information held by Swansea University will be stored for the lifetime of the programme for Welsh Government audit purposes. Information collected and stored by Swansea University will only be used to transfer to the Welsh Government/ Welsh European Funding Office for purposes detailed below.
Under the Data Protection Act 1998, you have a right to access the data the Welsh Government holds about you and to correct the information in the future. For further information on accessing information about you held by the Welsh Government please contact the Welsh European Funding Office Helpline on 08450103355.
For more details regarding Swansea University’s data protection policy or for the procedure for accessing information that is held about you, please visit:-
This privacy notice sets out how the information will be used and who will have access to it. The information collected will be sent to the Welsh Government/Welsh European Funding Office, and in some instances to parties working on their behalf, and used in the following ways:-
  • To fulfil the reporting requirements of the European Commission for European Social Fund projects.
  • To monitor and report on the number of people taking part in projects and the number of people from different groups being supported (e.g. different ages, genders and ethnicities).
  • By the Welsh Government and other public bodies, to carry out the funding, planning, monitoring and inspection of learning, and to produce statistical publications.
  • By approved social research organisations, to carry out research, analysis or equal opportunities monitoring.
  • For audit/verification purposes by Welsh Government and the European Commission.
  • To link your data from this form to other data sources for the purpose of evaluating the impact the project has had on the people who took part.
Research organisations will only contact a sample of individuals. If you are contacted to take part in any research/evaluation about your experience on the project the purpose of the interview or survey will be explained to you and you will be given the option to say yes or no to taking part. You contact details will only be used for approved research purposes and in accordance with the Data Protection Act. The research organisations will delete your contact details once this approved research is complete.