Please visit this page again soon. We have many new upcoming courses starting in September 2016.

Access to Health Studies and Social Care

This course is essential for students wishing to move on to Health related Higher Education courses, including degrees, in Nursing, Midwifery, Paramedic Science, Adult Social Care, and Sport and Exercise Sciences. Students are given full support to apply for a university place.

ESOL Entry 1

The third term will give you the chance to get a recognised qualification in writing. You will receive an Edexcel certificate if you pass the course.

ESOL Entry 2

The third term will give you the chance to get a recognised qualification in writing. The Edexcel E2 Writing test will occur during the last week of the term and, if you pass this course, you will receive an Edexcel certificate.

ESOL Entry 3

The third term will give you the chance to get a recognised qualification in writing.

ESOL Level 1

The third term will give you the chance to get a recognised qualification in writing.

Essential Mental Health Awareness Level 1

You will explore what is meant by mental health as well as common perceptions of mental health and the impact of stereotyping. In addition you will learn about the rights of people with mental health challenges and the support available.

Mentoring Level 1

This accredited course allows you to gain an understanding of mentoring and to develop the skills and understanding required in order to become an effective mentor. There will be an emphasis on the practical skills of applying mentoring techniques to a range of situations.

Preparation for English GCSE

Need GCSE English? Then take action now. This 10 week course starts in April and aims to develop learners’ skills in reading, writing, and speaking and listening. Successful learners will be guaranteed progression onto GCSE English Language in September 2017.

Support Work in Schools

An introduction to the information and knowledge needed to work in a school environment, which can apply to the many varied roles that full- and part-time support staff fulfil. These include administrative roles, site support roles, technical roles and volunteers, as well as those roles that work directly with children and young people. It provides initial training and induction for those new in post and includes one optional unit that allows learners to understand how schools are organised. This course may be supported financially by Brighton and Hove Council if you are working or volunteering in a Brighton Local Authority School.