Courses Starting January 2023

Retrain, upskill or do something you love

We’ve got lots of exciting courses for you starting in January 2023, and we’ve removed or reduced fees wherever we can, meaning many of our courses are free.

We have an excellent range of high-quality courses which will help you develop new skills, knowledge and confidence.  Our courses are flexible, to suit everyone’s schedule, and include part-time, evening and even Free Online Study.

If you’re looking to progress in your current industry or want to try something new, building on your existing strengths with a free qualification can help you on the path to a better job.  Study a level 3 qualification with Free Courses for Jobs.  These courses link to a large range of sectors, including accounting, health and social care, education, early years, management and more.

Or why not try one of our short Leisure and Wellbeing courses.  These courses are a great opportunity to do something you love and develop some new skills along the way. Sessions are welcoming, inclusive and suitable for all skill levels. Courses include pottery, fashion, photography, yoga, pilates and more!

 

Enrolling Now!

To secure your place on one of our courses starting in January 2023 come along to our next enrolment event.

  • When can I enrol?

    • Tuesday 13 December, 3:30pm-7pm – Ardleigh Green
    • Wednesday 14 December, 3:30pm-7pm  – Hackney and Tower Hamlets
    • Thursday 15 December, 3:30pm-7pm  – Epping and Redbridge

    If you are interested in any of the English and Maths courses, please arrive before 5:30pm to complete any necessary assessments.

  • What do I need to enrol?

    • ID – We will need to see a form of ID. For example, a passport, driving licence, bank statement, benefit paperwork etc.
    • Immigration / Residency Status – If you have lived in the UK for less than three years, we will need to see your passport / BRP Card / Home Office document/ EU settled status information. If you are on a Spouse Visa or any other type of family dependent visa, we will need to see the passport / BRP card of the family member as well.
    • Proof of income – We will need to see the following proof of income for yourself. If you are financially dependent on someone else (partner), we will need to see the same evidence for them.  Examples include: evidence of either benefit or low wage – 3 payslips, benefit paperwork or bank statements.
    • Proof of Qualifications – Please bring with you proof of all achieved qualifications (certificates, exam results). This includes Functional Skills English, Maths, ESOL or any other qualification you have achieved.
    • Membership fee – All adults aged 19+ will be required to pay a £30 college membership fee. Payments can only be made by debit/credit card, we do not accept cash.

    Please note, you can show us proof of income and immigration on your phone – it does not need to be paper copies.