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Adult Education has the power to change lives

Learning new skills should not be something we have just one opportunity to achieve during our schooldays.

At Birmingham Adult Education Service (BAES) we believe that learning is a lifelong journey - it is never too late to learn something new. When the time is right for you to develop new skills to achieve your personal goals or pursue a new career we are here to help.

The last few years have given us all the time to reflect and re-evaluate goals and aspirations for ourselves and our families. Many of us now have a desire to do things differently in both our work and everyday lives. Joining an adult education course will help empower you to make these changes happen.

Our new curriculum offer for this academic year provides choices for everyone, with innovative courses to help those from all communities get back into education and achieve their goals. There is plenty for you to choose from and we hope our courses will inspire you to build a brighter future.

Learning can be exciting, can help build confidence, help you make new friends and, most importantly, can be fun. Research also shows that taking up learning later in life has a positive effect on health and well-being. Enrol onto a course today and let learning be the catalyst to a new future for you, your family, or community!

Take a look inside our new course brochure and decide what you are going to learn next.

Joining a course

Bookings for initial assessments and enrolments have now started. Get in touch to find out more about our courses by emailing information@baes.ac.uk or calling our Information Line on 0121 303 4318.

IIgun Yusuf
Acting Assistant Director - Skills & Employability

Attending an On-site class

Please read the following so that you are aware of the provisions we have in place and the rules to follow in the current COVID-19 situation when accessing Birmingham Adult Education Service venues.

General

  • Do not attend the centre if you are feeling unwell or showing any signs of the virus.
  • Attendance: To help control and monitor the number of people in the building you must only attend the Centre on days that you have been told to.
  • Face coverings should be worn whilst moving around the building and in communal areas.
  • Please use the hand sanitizers in reception when you arrive.
  • If you sneeze or cough, please do so into a tissue. Place the tissue into the small bags provided and then put into the bin.
  • Please keep a 2 metre distance between you and other people in the Centre. Social Distancing: Guidelines state that social distancing should be followed “where possible” and keeping within the 2M rule.
  • Please keep to the left when walking on stairs and in corridors.
  • Corridors will be marked with social distancing to assist you: some centres will operate a one-way system. This will be clearly indicated.
  • Hand washing is the most effective way to reduce the spread of the virus. Please wash your hands often.

Your Class

  • You will receive a text advising you which classroom your class is in.
  • Each room will have a maximum number displayed on the door. Please do not enter if the room is full.
  • Furniture will be laid out in line with social distancing rules and furniture not to be used will be taped off or moved to the side – please do not move any furniture.
  • Rooms will be cleaned regularly. We will also supply cleaning materials if you wish to clean the space yourself.
  • You will be asked to leave the room one at a time to support social distancing.
  • Please bring your own pens. If not we will provide one for you.
  • If you wish to wear a face covering whilst in class, you are welcome to do so.

If you need any further help or guidance please speak to a member of staff.

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