Information, Advice & Guidance/Support (IAG)
Throughout your course and as you proceed on your learning journey, IAG will be available to you from pre-course information and guidance on choosing your course to discussing progression routes with your tutor and speaking to Careers Advisers.
Once you have started your course, our staff will provide you with IAG by helping you to:
- Identify progression routes and suitable qualifications when you complete your course
- Discuss any learning support needs you may have
For help with your career plans, you can talk to advisers from Prospects on: 0800 100 900 or visit www.prospects.co.uk for further information.
Prospects advisers may visit adult learning sessions at the Aspire Centre.
We are commited to inclusive learning and welcome all learners to access our full range of provision.
Learning support includes:
- Alternative formats for course material and information e.g. large print
- Class support for learners whose first language is nor English
- Alternative technology equipment to help all acess IT & Creative Media courses
- Individual support in the classroom
Learning Support Can Be Provided For
- Hearing impairment
- Physical disability
- Visual impairment
- Mental health issues
- Other learning difficulties
- Any other individual support needs
Please talk to us before enrolling onto your course if you feel you might need additional learner support. This will help us to make sure any equipment or staffing is in place for the beginning of your course.
Adult Learning courses are part-funded by the Skills Funding Agency and are subject to Ofsted. As an adult learner you will be expected to attend regularly and be punctual. Your course tutor will set with you individual learning targets and complete a learning plan; throughout the course your tutor will give you regular feedback on you progress and schievements. In lessons you will be expected to show, describe or explain what you have learnt. A learner handbook will be given to you at your first session.
Our Adult and Community Learning and other short courses can give you excellent progression routes onto a wide range of higher professional and vocational courses. We are constantly updating our courses and offer new and exciting topics every term so keep checking this website for the most up-to-date information or call us on 020 8875 2603.
Suggestions For New Courses
We are always open to suggestions for new courses and would be delighted to hear your ideas for future courses.