Adult Education Wolverhampton will be opening its doors this month and is inviting prospective students to find out more about the courses which will be on offer this autumn.

The service is holding an open day from 10am to 2pm on Saturday 18 June, 2022, at its Old Hall Street headquarters in Wolverhampton city centre.

Visitors will be able to speak to staff about courses and careers, take a tour of the facilities, see a craft fair featuring work by students on the Setting Up A Creative Business course, take part in a range of have a go family activities and get information on travel, finance and student support.

Councillor Chris Burden, the City of Wolverhampton Council's Cabinet Member for Education, Skills and Work, said: "Thousands of people from across the city joined Adult Education Wolverhampton over the last year, and we're looking forward to welcoming many more this autumn as they take their first steps along the path to employment, a new job, a promotion or better health and wellbeing.
“Adult Education Wolverhampton courses offer many ways for adult learners to gain the essential skills required to get either get a job or change career. 

“Whatever your situation, the open day will give you the chance to speak to friendly and knowledgeable staff who can guide you onto a programme of study which is at the right level and suits your needs, interests and ambitions – so please come along and find out more.”

For more information about the courses offered, please visit Adult Education Wolverhampton or call 01902 558180.