ADULTS & PROFESSIONALS
English & Maths
Improving your Maths and English skills is a great way to prepare to further your studies or kick off your career.
Our Adult English courses develop the skills required to read, write, speak, listen and communicate at an appropriate level. You will learn to apply these skills effectively to a range of purposes in the workplace and in other real-life situations.
Our Adult Maths courses teach the underpinning skills and basics of mathematics at an appropriate level. You will learn to apply mathematical thinking to solve problems in familiar situations.
You will learn in a class of fellow adults with similar skills, and in similar situations, to you. You will learn from professional, experienced tutors and have access to our facilities, including libraries and learning resources.
Please note: All classes will take place at Chaffron Way campus.
How do I apply?
Select your chosen course, and then click ‘Apply’ at the top of the page. You will then be taken through a selection of compulsory forms to complete.
Hybrid classes are held online using Microsoft Teams. Classes take place at the same time each week and require you to be logged in with your tutor, available and responsive, for the full class duration.
Hybrid courses cannot be studied independently or ‘caught up’ at your own pace. Onsite (on campus at Chaffron Way) attendance is required for the first week and then roughly once every six weeks, for assessments and tutor time. All exams are also onsite. You will be given onsite dates at the start of your course. If you are offered a place on a Hybrid course, you will need your own working laptop or desktop computer with a microphone and camera.
You will also need a reliable internet connection at home. Some people struggle with Hybrid learning and are confused about how the classes run.
A solid standard of digital literacy and established study skills are required before starting Hybrid learning. If Hybrid learning is not a good fit for you, onsite classroom-based classes offer more tutor support.
Please contact us if you have any questions about our Hybrid courses in Adult English and Maths
What happens once I have applied?
Once you have applied, your application will be reviewed by the College. We will then be in touch with you as to whether your application has been accepted.
What do I need to bring with me to the interview?
Apart from yourself, you will need to bring your previous certificates and fee remission documents with you.
How much is my course going to cost?
How much your course costs is entirely dependable on which course you are wanting to study and where you are studying from. You can find out the cost of your course by going onto the course page and looking in the ‘course information’ box on the right.
Can I get childcare and is it free?
The college nursery charges for nursery places, but you can apply for a bursary through the college and they will cover all the costs if you are eligible. You will also need to apply separately to the nursery to secure a place for your child.
How can I apply for a bursary?
If you want to see if you are eligible for financial aid or wish to make a bursary application, visit our Funding & Bursaries page here.
Do I have to buy a book?
Once you have been accepted and enrolled onto your course, you will receive an email detailing any equipment that you will need.
Can I get a free bus pass?
View our Travel page where you can find out about the different public transport options available and whether you can receive discounted tickets here.
Is there any student parking and is it free?
Parking at College is limited and only available to students with a disability or exceptional circumstances. If this applies to you, you can apply for a car parking permit by picking up a form from Main Reception on campus.