How do I enrol or book on to a course?
You can enrol on to a course online below. Once we have received your application, one of our team will send you confirmation of your place on one of our courses.
Please also fill in a pre-course information form so that we can offer IT support if necessary.
What do I need to bring on the first session?
You will need a pen, notebook and a folder. You will be asked to develop a small learning folder to keep handouts and other notes as the course develops. This will will help you keep things in order and make sure you don’t lose anything and will be evidence of your progression and achievement.
Other than this, all you will need is proof of benefit (if you are eligible for the fee remission).
If there is anything else, your tutor will discuss this with you in the first session. But we make every effort to make our courses as user friendly and cost effective as possible.
How much do the courses cost?
If you receive an income based benefit or you are a dependant of someone in your household who receives an income based benefit or you have an income below £18,135 you will not pay for tuition fees. English, Maths, ESOL, Family Learning and IT courses are free for everyone.
Many of our courses are free to everyone, but some have a fee:
|10 weeks (Computer)||£73.00|
|10 weeks (British Sign Language)||£86.00|
|11 weeks 'Open Awards' Level 1 courses||£202.00|
For courses with a fee, if you are on an income based benefit you are entitled to pay a reduced cost:
You will simply need to provide proof of benefit to your tutor when you enrol.
How do I pay for my course?
You can pay course fees online.
Fees should be paid by week 2 into a course.
To request course information leaflets; ask a question; enquire about course or workshop vacancies; book a place, call our Learner Communications Team on 0151 666 3330 or 07789 922542.
If you can’t speak to a member of the team, leave your name and number and we’ll call you back as soon as possible. Or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org