Whether you want to study for leisure or completely retrain
to a high level, we offer technical,
professional, university level, GCSE and leisure courses on
a part-time basis.
Just because you are studying part-time, that doesn't change our
commitment to helping you succeed. Our tutors are
approachable, interested in you and full of enthusiasm for the
subjects they teach.
Electrical, plumbing and gas, brickwork,
arboriculture (tree care) and landscaping, and many more.
We also offer some land-based and equine courses via distance
distance learning courses
CIM, AAT, CIMA, PRINCE2, OCR, and First Aid
Formalise what you already do or get the extra
skills you need.
Warwickshire College Group offers higher education courses
full-time and part-time with flexible options to help you succeed -
allowing you to keep your current employment.
More about studying for a HE course part-time with
See more about part-time HE
Access to HE
You may need to take a qualification before you can get onto a
degree or other higher education course. An Access to Higher
Education course is a good option.
See more about Access to
Hundreds of courses including arts and crafts,
computing, music, languages, DIY, and dog obedience.
Maths, English and science GCSE
If you didn't achieve the grade you wanted or need the first
time around, let us help you.
Skills centres in Leamington and Rugby
We offer a friendly, supportive environment in which to study
business and IT courses and to enable you to fit learning into your
busy life. Find out
Adult Community learning in Worcestershire
Community based learning centres offering FREE study and
learning support to all adults over 16. Find out more.
career advice from our Adult Guidance Team
The college has a team of advisors to help you find the right
course. We will help you find a course that meets your level and
ability. Arrange a an appointment with one of our advisors.
Call 01926 318 080
Some of our courses are free and some offer free tuition to
For example if you don't have a level 2 qualification (e.g. 5
GCSEs) or level 3 (e.g. 2 A-levels) the tuition fees are free.
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