Applications are now being taken for new courses launching this year. They include Teaching Skills, Skills for Work and Self-employment, English, Maths, Health and Social Care, Computer and Digital Skills, Business and Office Skills, Children and Teaching Assistants, Traineeships, Cake Decorating and Sugar Craft, Arts Crafts and Creative Media, and many more. Please visit Adult Education Wolverhampton for full details.
Adult Education Wolverhampton will be holding a series of open days next week where prospective learners can meet curriculum staff, view the facilities and speak to the Student Services team.
They are taking place on Monday (9 January) from 1pm to 7pm, Tuesday (10 January) from 10am to 1pm and 5pm to 7pm and Wednesday (11 January) from 10am to 5pm.
People can find out more about Adult Education Wolverhampton’s Access to Higher Education on special open days on Tuesday and Wednesday, 17 and 18 January, from 10am to noon, 1pm to 3pm and 5pm to 7pm. Information sessions about English and English for Speakers of Other Languages courses will be held in the first week of February.
Councillor Chris Burden, the City of Wolverhampton Council’s Cabinet Member for Education, Skills and Work, said: “Every year thousands of people from across the city join classes with Adult Education Wolverhampton, so why not make 2023 the moment that you take the first steps towards further study, employment, a new job, a promotion or better health and wellbeing?”
Meanwhile, Adult Education Wolverhampton has launched its new Alumni Wall of Fame, to showcase the distance travelled by their students, to celebrate individual success and to inspire others. It highlights past students who have gone on to do great things at university, in their communities or in the workplace and can be viewed on the open days.