Adult Education Wolverhampton has launched its 2024 to 2025 prospectus.

Subjects on offer include Access to Higher Education, Skills for Work and Self-employment, English, Maths, Health and Social Care, Computer and Digital Skills, Retail Skills, Childcare and Teaching Assistants, Cake Decorating and Sugar Craft, Arts Crafts and Creative Media, Floristry, English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), British Sign Language (BSL), Life Skills (for learning disabilities or learning difficulties) and much more.

To find out more, visit Adult Education Wolverhampton or attend Adult Education Wolverhampton’s Open Day on Saturday 22 June from 10am to 2pm at the City Learning Quarter, Foyer Building, Old Hall Street, Wolverhampton WV1 3AU. For general information and advice call the Student Services team on 09102 558180 or email 

Councillor Chris Burden, the City of Wolverhampton Council’s Cabinet Member for City Development, Jobs and Skills, said: “Every year thousands of people take up classes with Adult Education Wolverhampton, and its latest course offer is now live for enquiries and applications, so why not make this year the moment that you take the path towards further study, employment, a new job, a promotion or better health and wellbeing?

“You may have a clear idea about the course you wish to join, and if so, use the online course search function to find out more.

“Or you may be unsure of your future, in which case pop along to next month’s open day to chat with Adult Education Wolverhampton’s friendly and knowledgeable staff who will be able to help guide you onto a programme of study, at the right level and which suits your needs, interests and ambitions.”

Meanwhile, Adult Education Wolverhampton is hosting a Higher Education Fair aimed at current students and members of the public who want to find out more about going to university. 

Visitors will be able to learn more about different university courses and their entrance requirements, how to apply for courses and get information on costs, grants, bursaries and financial support for travel and childcare. 

It takes place at Old Hall Street on Thursday (23 May) from 1pm to 5.30pm with representatives of universities from across the West Midlands, Staffordshire and Worcestershire on hand to speak to visitors.
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