Many adults enjoy attending an adult learning class in their spare time. Some want to learn a new skill, whilst others would like to gain a qualification to help them further their career. Evening and part-time courses at Bexhill College offer the opportunity to do both.
The College offers professional qualifications such as certificates and diplomas in Health and Social Care or Early Years and GCSE's, as well as a wide range of recreational courses which range from painting to cooking, languages to I.T.
We hope there is something to interest everyone.
All adults are encouraged to achieve qualifications to at least level 3 if they haven't done so already. For adults between 19 and 23, where they are attempting a level 1, 2 or 3 course for the first time, there are no course fees - subject to the course being Government funded. Please ask for details as this fee remission may be the opportunity you need to improve your qualifications and your future employment prospects.
Some adults may need to pass GCSE English or Maths; or develop their basic skills to improve employment prospects. Some adults would like to gain A Levels or BTEC National Diplomas and there is the opportunity to study alongside our daytime students, if this is your goal.
If you just want to learn or develop new skills for fun, our recreational courses offer the opportunity to do this, and make new friends.
Most courses are held at the main College site in Penland Road where there is plenty of onsite parking, and some are offered at the Adult Learning Centre, Jameson Mews, near Bexhill Station along with many courses for adult learners with learning difficulties and disabilities. For further information contact the Adult Education Administrator at Jameson Mews on 01424 215746 ext 208.
I hope there will be something to interest you in September 2016.