WARRINGTON & Vale Royal College has launched its latest Winter Course Guide, featuring an extensive range of part-time, professional and leisure courses that are commencing in January 2024.
Whether you’re aiming to enrich your knowledge, enhance your skills, or embark on a journey of discovery, the college’s diverse range of adult courses cater to all interests and ambitions. The best bit is that many of the courses offered by the college can be studied for free* if you are in receipt of an income-based benefit, or in employment and earning less than £20,319 (£31,000.40 if residing in a Liverpool City Region Combined Authority) per year.
Other courses, helpfully colour-coded purple within the course guide, can be financed with an Advanced Learner Loan, meaning adults can study now and pay later. These courses include esteemed professional qualifications such as the CIPD Level 5 Associate Diploma People Management, as well as a range of level 3 certificates in topics such as Understanding Mental Health and Understanding Autism.
For those adults who are reluctant to step back into the classroom or simply don’t have the time, the college also offers a range of distance learning courses. You can start these at any time, and work from home, online, at your own pace. Courses span a variety of topics and there are options available for professionals looking to upskill or introductory courses for those pursuing a new interest.
Grab 2024 with both hands and make it a year of personal and professional growth. Enrol now on a course tailored to your interests and goals! To browse the Winter Course Guide, or request for a copy to be sent to you in the post, visit: wvr.ac.uk/winter-guide
To learn more about the college, the courses on offer and the various funding options, visit Warrington campus on Tuesday 5th December 2023 or Tuesday 9th January 2024, from 5.00pm – 8.00pm, to talk to friendly and supportive members of staff who can answer any questions you may have about returning to education as an adult student.
*terms and conditions apply. Please contact Learner Services for more information. 01925 494 400 / [email protected]