An interesting article from TES claims that 'research reveals one in four 17 to year-olds doesn't think education prepares them for work'. We're delighted to announce the launch of our Course Prospectus and individual Hub Guides, detailing all the courses planned for the next academic year, starting in September! September and November courses are detailed further down this email with links to book.
Course Search. Advanced search. Many of our qualifications are accredited by leading industry bodies and class times are designed to fit around your life and work.
At North Hertfordshire College, we offer a broad range of part time courses for adult learners. If you want to advance in your current role at work, improve your skills to help you get a job or are interested in a career change, we have a range of courses available. Many of them are accredited by industry or professional bodies, and are recognised and valued by employers.
For young adults leaving care, support and guidance is available until their 21st birthday. Please see the Children looked after and care leavers area for full details. For other overs the National Careers Service provides information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work opportunities.
Our part-time courses allow you to develop skills in an informal, friendly and fun environment. Aimed at adults and the wider community, our courses can help you further your career, take up a new hobby or learn a new skill. We offer range of part time courses suited to fit around your commitments, which include languages, writing, computing and more.
Our Marketplace is a free local directory of Hertfordshire businesses offering high-quality advice, support and B2B services. Joining our Marketplace is a free, simple way to grow your customer base. Every business that joins gets a listing on this page and is promoted on Twitter too.
Bachelor's degree, equivalent to a Swedish Kandidatexamen, with a major in education, adult learning or other subject relevant to the field of adult learning. The applicant should submit a Letter of Intent written in English, explaining why they want to study this programme about words. Syllabus and curriculum.
Adult Nursing is a highly skilled, knowledgeable and caring profession. As a nurse you are required to provide high quality care to adults, and their families. Adult Nursing activities encompass promoting health, providing evidence based whole person care while supporting and educating individuals and families both in hospitals and in the community.