We are delighted to announce the results of our recent three-year Matrix assessment.
The outcome is a clear testament to all of our staff's hard work and dedication to ensure that the service delivers excellent CEIAG (Careers Education, Information, Advice, and Guidance). He highlighted our effective support for learners as they progress toward their next steps and ultimate destinations.
If you would like to find out more about how CEIAG can help you to achieve your career and employment aspirations please go to our Learner Support section
Birmingham Adult Education Service has 100s of new part-time courses starting between January and April. Whether it’s for work, a new challenge, or just for relaxation and fun we have a great selection of courses for you.
There are brand-new computer and accounts qualification courses that will help you push on with your career, or maybe even inspire you to take a fresh direction in your work life. Our flexible online learning courses in IT & Business and Health & Social Care are a perfect way to get qualified if you need to fit studying around a busy homelife or work.
On Monday 11 December, Brasshouse Centre at the Library of Birmingham hosted a group of learners who had come together to celebrate their contributions to our annual foreign languages writing competition.
The aim of the My Happy Place project was for learners to describe in a foreign language a special place where they feel most safe and content. To further focus the minds of the learners each submission had to be under fifty words in length. On the night there was an exhibition of all the submissions and a special souvenir booklet for all the attendees.