Our events

Our events offer general information on studying as a mature student, financial support, pathways and entry requirements.

Throughout the year, we are hosting many exciting opportunities to engage in free, fun and accessible online sessions to help you find out more about the Lifelong Learning Centres full and part-time preparation courses and degrees for adults.

 

General sessions

We are also hosting online sessions covering topics such as returning to education as an adult learner, finance and funding available for mature students and the support available to you at the Lifelong Learning Centre.

Full and part time course sessions

Join an online session where we explore a variety of topics relating to our full time and part time courses, hear from our programme managers delivering taster lectures, and ask questions to our current students.

Join this free, online session to find out about our part-time Business Management and Leadership degree. Designed to make you a more effective leader, the course is taught one evening a week to fit around work and other commitments and builds on your knowledge and experience to develop your career. Take part in an interactive marketing session run by Business Management tutors and hear from mature students balancing study and work.
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Individuals who work with children, young people and families play a vital role in nurturing mental health and wellbeing. It can often be a challenge to balance children’s broader developmental needs with home schooling under difficult circumstances. This free online session will explore a range of approaches to this, drawing on ideas from the fields of education and family support. It will be a chance to find out more about Foundation Degrees in Learning and Teaching and Child and Family Studies; part-time courses for adults working or volunteering with children or families. Find out more about how you can develop your skills to progress your career.
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Individuals who work with children, young people and families play a vital role in nurturing mental health and wellbeing. It can often be a challenge to balance children’s broader developmental needs with home schooling under difficult circumstances. This free online session will explore a range of approaches to this, drawing on ideas from the fields of education and family support. It will be a chance to find out more about Foundation Degrees in Learning and Teaching and Child and Family Studies; part-time courses for adults working or volunteering with children or families. Find out more about how you can develop your skills to progress your career.
Book now