FREE* Part Time Adult Courses
Why wait until September?
Whatever stage you're at in life, there are always opportunities to gain new qualifications, update your skills or set yourself a new challenge.
As well as a range of courses starting this January, Boston College also offer a wide range of funding support, including the Adult Education Budget which could see those eligible with access to FULLY funded courses up to Level 2. Find out if you could be eligible below!
Courses Starting January 2019
The Level 2 Children and Young People's Workforce Certificate has been developed for people wanting to work in the children and young people’s workforce.
It is suitable for those in employment or those working as a volunteer. It builds the knowledge and skills needed when working with children and young people from birth up to 19 years.
The Level 2 Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools (STLIS) Certificate is designed for those new to supporting learning within a school or who have less than one years’ experience.
The course will enable you to develop the skills and knowledge required to effectively support pupils with their learning by addressing key issues within education, including safeguarding, assessment for learning and understanding schools as organisations.
The Level 3 Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools (STLIS) Certificate is suitable for those who have at least one years’ experience prior to starting the course or who have already gained a Level 2 in STLiS or Childcare.
It is designed to enable you to further develop your skills and knowledge that are required to effectively support pupils with their learning by addressing key issues within education, including safeguarding, assessment for learning and understanding schools as organisations.
*Do you qualify for a FREE Part Time Adult Course?
The Adult Education Budget is enabling more eligible adults to access FULL funding for courses up to Level 2 to break down the barriers between learning and unaffordable course fees:
You may qualify for a FREE course by meeting the following:
- Be aged 19 or over on the first day of the course
- Be either unemployed or earning less than £15,736.60 (annual gross salary) a year on the assumption of a 37.5 hour contract
For more information on the AEB funding eligibility or any additional funding opportunities, please call the College's Information Line on 01205 313218.
Need Some More Advice?
If you need any additional information or if you have any further questions regarding the course starting in January, you can call the College's Information Line on 01205 313218 or by email.