Our aim is to help and support adult learners achieve their goals by providing:
Information, advice and guidance on options for courses and qualifications. Support to help them make informed choices.
*Our advice is impartial in that where our courses are not suitable or does not meet the learners needs, we will suggest appropriate alternatives by referrals or signposting.*
Information advice and guidance is provided on our website, in leaflets, by telephone, by email, letter and by coming to the centre in person.
We will support you during your studies and assist in your learning, personal development and career.
Our Advice and services will enable you to study effectively even if you have a disability or additional requirements.
We will provide you with more information about options beyond your present study. We can also help you with information advice and guidance about the job-seeking process which includes creating CVs and completing application forms, preparing for interviews and looking for job vacancies.
We can also help you access the free career advice line where trained advisors can give you career advice and independent advice about 500,000 courses offered in the UK. The career advice help line number is 0800 100 900.
We can also give you contact numbers for your local IAG organisations. (IAG means Information Advice and Guidance). We can also show you how to access learndirect to plan your career path on http://www.learndirect-advice.co.uk/helpwithyourcareer/ and http://www.learndirect-advice.co.uk/helpandadvice/