FREE ADULT LEARNING PROGRAMMES TO TAKE OFF AT ISLE OF WIGHT COLLEGE

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A new range of courses for adults is set to get underway at the Isle of Wight College in late April, with learners offered the chance to study level 1, 2, and 3 programmes across a broad curriculum.

The College offers a wide range of training opportunities including vocational courses, apprenticeships, traineeships, employer training and services, higher education (university courses), school links courses (school collaboration programme for 14-16 year olds) as well as excellent education, welfare and support for international students.

These AEB courses are fully funded for individuals who have not previously completed a level three course and who meet the eligibility criteria.

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Local businesses will find this news particularly exciting, as their staff will be able to up-skill at no cost to them. Individuals need to apply directly to the college, so we are encouraging businesses to communicate details of courses to their staff.

Areas of study are to include:

  • Accounting
  • Health & Social Care
  • Welding Skills
  • Digital Skills
  • Coding Practice
  • Engineering
  • Management Skills and Leadership
  • ICT Systems and Principles
  • Management Practice for Construction and Built Environment

Those who wish to up-skill, re-skill and gain skills with the Isle of Wight College this year in a variety of areas may be able to increase their earning potential and employability by completing one of the free adult learning courses.

Contact [email protected] or call 01983 526631 and quote AEB.

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fred
29 days ago

This is excellent. Invest in the future!

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