Cheshire College support local adults in unlocking their potential

Cheshire College has launched a range of part-time courses with flexible delivery to support local adults get ahead in their career and fulfil their potential. Designed specifically to meet the needs of workplace requirements, the part-time courses aim to update learners’ knowledge and enhance their skillsets. 

With a focus on trying to make it as easy as possible for people to reach their goals with study that fits around their lifestyle, the College has introduced blended delivery models for adult learners to choose a study style that suits them, including face-to-face learning, remote learning or a mixture of both.  
 
Learners can choose to enrol on an array of courses as part of Cheshire College’s part-time study provision which spans across a range of departments including Business, Construction, Engineering, IT, Fitness, Health and Beauty. 
 
The College, who recently announced a new five-year project ‘The Digital Hub – Stream’ which involves facilitating access to technology within the local community, has also designed a brand new fast-track course in Digital, Maths and English for adult learners to refresh their knowledge in these highly desired skill areas. The nine-week intensive course will develop learners’ confidence and upon completion they will gain three different widely recognised qualifications to support them back into employment, with progression in their current role or on to higher-level study. 

Neil Borg-Olivier, Assistant Principal – Curriculum at Cheshire College, commented: “In the fast-paced, ever-changing world we live in developing new skills and updating your knowledge is key to continued success and here at Cheshire College we want to support adults within our local communities in achieving this.   
 
“We know the past 12 months have been difficult for lots of people with the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic felt by many and this year we have focussed our attention on developing part-time courses that are relevant within the workplace, so people are able to stand out from the competition with up-to-date skills and knowledge taught by the very best in industry.”  
 
Many of the qualifications Cheshire College offer could also be part-funded or even free, depending on individuals’ circumstances. The College can also help support adults wishing to study some of their courses with the Advanced Learner Loan.  
 
Enrolment onto one of the College’s part-time course programmes has never been simpler with the introduction of online applications to make it as easy as possible for learners to get started.  
 
If you would like to know more about part-time courses at Cheshire College visit www.ccsw.ac.uk/upcoming-part-time-courses/.