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Adult Learning Courses

At Bexhill College

Adult Learning


FAQ

Where are the classes held?

Most classes are held at Bexhill College on Penland Road.

Is there parking available?

Yes, there is parking available. During the day, a barrier system is in operation. Upon arrival to the car park, please buzz Reception and state the reason for your visit. Once through the barrier, you will have 15 minutes to park and register your vehicle's licence plate at Reception to avoid a fine.

Can I join a course that has already started?

Providing there is still a place available, you are able to join onto a course within the first 2 sessions. You can find out about specific courses by calling Admissions on 01424 214545 ext 1166.

How should I pay for my course?

Enrolments and payments are made via our website. When selecting a course, please follow the prompts on the website to add to basket and complete the registration to join.

Can I pay for my course in instalments?

If you are enrolling onto a qualification course and the cost is over £300 this can be paid in three equal instalments as follows: a third on enrolment followed by two payments at the end of the following two months e.g. payment 1 in August (at enrolment); payment 2 by 30th September; payment 3 by October 31st.

What if I need to re-sit an exam?

This can be organised through the College but any exam fee with have to be paid for by the student.

Can I have a refund if I decide not to continue on my chosen course?

If you chose to withdraw from a course in the first week, we will refund your payment minus a £12 administration fee and the cost of one week’s class Refunds will not normally be offered after the first week, unless there are exceptional circumstances.

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Full Time Courses

Adult learners can enrol on full-time courses, subject to a satisfactory interview, meeting the residency criteria and having previously gained relevant qualifications. Details of our A Level, Level 1, Level 2, Level 3 and Higher Education courses can be found by clicking the relevant buttons below.

If you are 19+ and wish to join one of these courses, you may be required to pay fees which cover tuition/exam fees/exam board registration. In addition, a College facilities fee of is required if undertaking a daytime or evening qualification course to provide access to the learning resources from the College and LRC. This includes a £10 charge for postage of certificates. Please note the facilities fee has to be paid to secure your place and is non-refundable.

Advanced Learners Loans are available for learners aged 19 and above. Information is available on our website. Some learners on benefits may be eligible for fee remission.

As part of the interview and offer process, you will be provided with information on any fees you may be required to pay, how these can be funded and payment methods.

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