Improve mental wellbeing. Learning a new skill, or enhancing an existing one, can improve and maintain your mental wellbeing and keep your mind active.
Develop your self-confidence. Studying will provide you with a sense of achievement and empowerment as you develop confidence in your own skills.
Improve your quality of life. Studying will allow you to become more motivated to improve and learn, and will help you to achieve a sense of self-fulfillment.
Increase your earning potential. Studying will help to expand your skillset, improve your prospects for progression and will give you the competitive edge when applying for a promotion or new job.
Improve your ability to succeed. You may wish to study in order to validate your knowledge and experience and to show what you are capable of, which will increase your ability to succeed.
Develop a support network. Studying will enable you to meet like-minded people, who you can network and collaborate with and share good practice.
Choose the direction of your future. You will gain access to more career and life opportunities so you can be in control and choose the direction your future takes.
We are the College of the Year
(* Top college nationally for BTECs, Pearson 2019)
Earn less than £16,009.50? You may be eligible for free study!
(*Level 1 and Level 2 courses subject to status)
97% of adult learners agree their course is helping their skills to get better.
(On-programme survey 2018, students aged 19+)
Our achievement rates are above the national average.