We offer a range of courses specifically designed for adult learners looking to progress in their career, retrain, gain qualifications for higher level study or to discover a hobby.
What are Adult courses?
Adult courses are courses and qualifications for learners aged 19+. They range from leisure courses that support you learning a new skill or discovering a new hobby, through to qualifications that will enhance your career or help you forge a new career path.
Adult Learning Courses
If English is not your first language and you need to improve your English-language skills so that you can study or find work, we can help you.
Free adult numeracy courses to help at work and home. Proudly delivered in partnership with the Royal Borough Windsor and Maidenhead, and Slough Borough Council at our campuses in Langley and Maidenhead.
Develop your existing skills within your current sector of work, learn new skills for a career change, or improve your English, maths, or IT skills.
Professional qualifications are vocational training courses that relate to a specific industry or career path.
Attending a Higher Education (HE) course and getting a higher level qualification can improve your career opportunities and increase your future earning power.
We are well known for our excellent range of leisure courses, offered in an exciting selection of subjects.
It is never too late to fill in any gaps left by your education. Our part-time English courses are a great opportunity to improve your reading, writing and speaking and listening skills.
Get the skills and qualifications you need to pursue a career in working with children in various job roles including early years, supporting in schools, or study for a higher qualification.
Frequently asked questions
Simply go to our course listing and find the course you would like to enrol on. Click to apply and add it to your basket. You will be prompted to create an account using your email (make sure to make a note of your username and password). Next you will need to complete the online application form and then press submit to complete your application. Our admissions team will then be in touch with you. Depending on the course you’ve applied for they may need to schedule an interview or ask for more information (if needed).
If you have a learning difficulty or disability our specialist Learning Support Team are here to help you. Our friendly team of experts can provide help with literacy and numeracy, and can support other learning needs such as dyslexia and dyspraxia. They can help with time management, revision skills and essay writing, along with assistive technology and access arrangements.
For more advice and information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01753 793288.
If your employer is paying for your course, you will need to provide an official signed letter of authority from them confirming responsibility for your course fees. If your employer’s payment system requires it, you should also provide an official purchase order or project number. Your employer will be invoiced for your course fees after your enrolment. Please ensure you complete your employer’s details on your enrolment form. On some courses, employers can access funding to help with the cost of course fees.
We offer a range of courses across the Windsor Forest Colleges Group, and depending on the course you have completed, there may be progression opportunities available such as Level 2, Level 3, Level 4 or higher education courses. Speak to your tutor to see what options you have for progression within the group.
- Learn from industry-trained staff with years of experience
- State-of-the-art facilities at our colleges
- Our colleges are conveniently located
- Extra support from careers advice to study support
- Extra benefits