Walsall Adult and Community College is a college in its communities, for its communities. We provide mature, calm and purposeful environments for learning, where staff members make all our studentsfeel safe and respected at all times. We support people of all abilities to reach their potential, gain qualifications and realise their ambitions. Our learners come from a wide range of cultural backgrounds and faiths and we value and celebrate the rich diversity of our college community.
Pathway Tutorial College is here to help with additional studies for children and young people. Based at our centre in Walsall, we can educate after hours and at weekends to give your child theconfidence they need to excel in exams. The Pathway Examination Attainment Skills programme is offered over the Spring and Summer terms of the academic year. The Pathway Intensive Examination Skills programmes offer an intensive exam focused revision approach.
Every successful minister goes through school. It's just a matter of whether it's in a formal educational setting with experienced instructors ready to help, or an informal one through the "school ofhard knocks, " alone. I took the latter route, and I must say, if you survive, it makes a great testimony. However, I don't recommend it! The Lord led me to start Charis Bible College for the purpose of training people for the work of the ministry.
Courses designed to enhance your earning power. The Learning and Skills Open College provides quality distance learning materials for people throughout the whole of the United Kingdom. The college isstaffed by specialist advisors on distance learning ensuring that you get the most from your learning experience. Learning and Skills Open College courses are to enhance your earning power, helping you unlock your potential and develop your skills.
All our campuses are really easy to get to either by car, train or public or College bus. Every year, over 4000 young people choose us. Why? Because College life is fun, interesting and varied. What'smore, we have great facilities to learn in; including a zoo (with over 1000 animals) and equestrian centre, both of which are situated in a 180 hectare country estate, an art gallery, a motor vehicle workshop, stylish hair and beauty salons, high quality restaurants, a gym and a nursery.
We aim to offer a broad and balanced education with an emphasis on respect for others. We provide a traditional environment in terms of care and welfare of children and young adults. In essence, weseek to develop all pupils to their full potential and to enable them to find their place in the modern world. As a community we have developed a policy of openness to the parents of our pupils, we encourage them to visit us regularly.
Welcome to the website of St Mary's College, Oscott, the seminary of the Archdiocese of Birmingham. Established on its current site in 1838, the college is located approximately six miles north of thecity of Birmingham, UK. It serves principally as a place of formation for the Catholic priesthood for the Church in England, Wales & Scotland.
Trinity Specialist College is a Further Education day placement centre providing a forty-eight week provision for students with learning difficulties and/or disabilities and Autistic SpectrumCondition (ASC). The college currently caters for 24 students. The Lindridge is a converted and much extended farmhouse located in a beautiful rural setting surrounded by farm land. The building is light, spacious and airy with large classrooms accommodating up to eight students.
The majority of our full-time students are aged 16-18, studying courses designed to give them skills for the modern workplace (such as Automotive Engineering, Beauty Therapy and Web Design). We alsowelcome thousands of adult learners on to an extremely wide variety of full time, part time and short courses. These range from Entry Level tasters to Foundation Degrees, Level 5 vocational programmes and Continuing Professional Development courses.
TLC College began in a garage premise with two volunteers on a mission to address issues being faced by local disadvantaged groups. In 1997 TLC became incorporated as a "Not For Profit" Organisationand has now gained an excellent reputation for delivering a diverse range of support services to the community.