We have new, on-site and online courses starting in January 2021
Message from the Principal
On Tuesday 23 February the Government announced its plans to ease the UK out of the national lockdown in place to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
In line with these changes we are pleased to announce we will be reopening our centres to selected groups of learners on Monday 15 March and on-site learning will restart on some courses.
Current learners who are to return to centres will be informed by their tutors and receive communications by email and text messaging to let them now how this will safely take place. All remaining courses will continue to be taught online or through remote learning until further notice.
We are pleased to say that we continue to provide many new courses and workshops that you can join and study online with us. We are currently booking initial assessments and accepting new enrolments onto our qualification and leisure courses, whether you are already learning with us or are new to the service.
Please remember when you enquire about a new course to let us know if you have any concerns or difficulties studying online. We can help with course fees, childcare and accessing or using IT equipment. To find out more email email@example.com or call 0121 303 4318.
We understand the challenges that we are all currenntly experiencing and we are doing everything we can to offer support through this difficult period. Our free Community Hub offers very useful resources and links to organisations that can provide additional support such as The Waiting Room. We will keep you informed of any new services launched to support you during the lockdown.
We continue to be committed to providing you with the best possible service through these difficult times.
Principal/Head of Service
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Service Update: We remain open for learning
In light of the introduction of the national lockdown starting on Wednesday 6 January we would like to reassure our current and prospective learners that we remain open for learning.
Free online Microsoft courses
Birmingham Adult Education Service are working with Microsoft who have launched a global skills initiative aimed at bringing more digital skills to 25 million people worldwide by the end of March 2021.
These are free courses and are online so you can do them at your own speed and at times to suit you.