We know that there are many different reasons why prospective students are looking to study on a part time basis. For many it’s about getting the right skills to help gain employment or up-skilling for the next steps on the career ladder, for some it’s about following up on a specific interest or pursuit and for others, it’s about returning to learning to achieve that qualification that has always been on your to do list.

Our support for students is second to none and our flexible range of courses means that, in most circumstances, your course can fit around work, family life and other commitments.

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You can find all the information you need to know about our courses under the relevant sections on the website. But if you prefer to browse the brochures, you can download our latest prospectuses here.

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Student Support

We’ve got support teams to give you advice on careers, courses, personal matters or finance issues. Let us know when you enrol if you have any specialist learning needs so we can provide you with the right support. We can even apply for funding if you need specialist equipment or assistance. And don’t forget to visit our libraries for everything you need to help you with your studies.

ESOL

If English is not your first language, we’ve got FREE accredited courses at different levels that can help improve your English speaking, writing and listening skills.

Find out more about ESOL courses

Improve your Basic Skills

Basic Skills

Do you struggle to help your children with their homework? Is your lack of computer skills holding you back? Do you need to improve your basic skills to move on at work? If you’ve answered yes to one or more of these questions, we have the solution for you.

Sign up to our FREE courses in English and maths skills and we can work around your needs. You can even work towards a qualification with the City and Guilds Essential Skills Wales Certificate and AGORED Cymru courses.

Funding Questions

 

Facing redundancy?

ReAct II helps people affected by redundancy gain new skills and encourages recruiting employers to employ a redundant worker.

Is your family income less than £18,370 a year?

The Welsh Government Learning Grant is for learners aged 19+ (eligibilty criteria applies)

Are you in the Armed Forces?

The Ministry of Defence's Enhanced Learning Credits Scheme (ELC) is an initiative to promote lifelong learning amongst members of the Armed Forces.

Are you an employer looking to upskill your staff?

You could be eligible for assistance from the Skills for Industry initiative.