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Adult Learning Midlands Engine Project

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Joseph Chamberlain College is proud to launch two new Adult Learning short courses as part of the Midlands Engine project.

The project is aimed at mature students in Birmingham who have never received any formal education before, to boost their career prospects as well as their quality of life. In April, a new cohort of adult students enrolled on to the courses based at our Adult Learning Centre on Moseley Road. The short courses will prepare new learners to join our popular English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) course, which begins each September. Students will also have the opportunity to join educational trips, such as to the Black Country Living Museum.

Classes are twice a week from 29th April to 24th May and the second round will run from 3rd to 28th June.

Enrolment is still open to those aged 19 or over without any formal qualifications. Call Nasir on 01214404663 for more information.