Adult Education

New Year New Start January 2020

It'’s time to do something about those New Year Resolutions ……………..whether it’s to get fit, improve or develop your skills or just to get a life!  Even though the vast majority of courses started in September, there are many short courses starting in January or after Easter.

The range of formal courses offered in the Stockport area includes:

Accounting & Business: Foundation Certificate in Bookkeeping, Office Skills for Employment

Adult Education Courses September 2018

Adult Education courses are offered by colleges on their own premises and in a range of community venues. Course length varies from a ten week term or a full academic year. If that is too much of a commitment there are also half/full day workshops, often offered at the weekend, covering topics of interest throughout the year erg Christmas Cake Making

Adult Leisure Education September 2017

Adult Education courses are offered by colleges on their own premises as well at a range of local community venues and generally involve attendance for a couple of hours a week during the day or in the evening. Course length varies from a ten week term or a full academic year.

Free On line Learning Courses

I have recently been approached by a clien twanting to attend a course to improve her job prospects but not able to attend college due to cost of course .........and finding one to fit in with work commitments! 

Adult Education Courses 2016

Once upon a time If you were  thinking about  some form of adult learning or adult education,  whether to develop your skills and talents, learn something new  or just for fun, you would find lots of exciting options available. How times have changed!

Time to Apply for Adult Education Courses

If you are thinking about Adult Education/ leisure courses to develop your skills and talents, to learn something new, to meet people or just for fun, then you need to act Courses for Adults are very popular and many are filled before the start date, so you need to explore options now and enrol as soon as you possibly can.

Want to study but not able to attend college?

Want to study but not able to attend college? Time to consider On Line Learning, Flexible/Open Learning, or a Correspondence course. These options are not mutually exclusive, often overlap, and are ideal if you are in work and want to update your skills, to enhance employability, to prepare for redundancy, or work towards a career change. 

It'sis interesting to see the impact of IT, not just for study materials but also in the number of free courses offered. 

Adult Education Courses Starting in September 2014

Time to Apply

Leisure Courses for Adults are very popular and many will be filled, well before the start date, so  if you are thinking about a course to develop your existing skills/talents, to learn something new, to meet people or just for fun, you need to explore options now and enrol as soon as you possibly can. 

Want to improve your skills and qualifications, don’t wait until September!

Qualifications are playing an increasingly important role in ensuring success in the workplace and labour market. If you want to improve your job prospects it is well worth considering a course for ongoing personal development, to gain new skills or to provide accreditation for existing skills.  The vast majority of courses start in September, but don’t wait until then to apply as  a popular course may will be filled, well before the start date and undersubscribed one will be cancelled! So, if you are considering a course and have not yet applied, you need to do so now 

Apply now for Adult Education Courses, don't wait until September!

Courses for Adults are very popular and many will be filled, well before the start date, so  if you are thinking about a course to develop your existing skills/talents, to learn something new, to meet people or just for fun, you need to explore options now and enrol as soon as you possibly can. 

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