Learning can be a useful tool to boost your mental health and wellbeing. The College boasts a vast range of courses that can help to open your mind and keep it active. For example, picking up a paintbrush is a great way to relax, learning a new language is enjoyable, and training in counselling to help others is extremely rewarding.
Most of the College’s adult courses provide you with the chance to gain qualifications. You can put these new qualifications on your CV, refer to them in a job application, or, if you’re targeting going to university, then they can help you pursue that target. The College’s Access to Higher Education courses will give you a Level 3 diploma and all the required skills to get started with a degree.
Many of the College’s adult courses are prepared to help you take that key next step in your career. There are short courses in beauty treatments, online courses in management, and many more for you to choose from, so take your pick! It’s the perfect opportunity to make yourself stand out from the competition - improving your knowledge and skills.
It is important that you take the time to think about yourself every now and then. This is an opportunity to do something for yourself and build your confidence. Meet like-minded people who share your interests, form friendships, and embrace the openings that learning can provide you.
East Sussex College is the place where you can turn your hobby into a thriving career or pursue that business venture you’ve always been tempted to get started with. Make those thoughts you had about your future and new career path become a reality! You can boost your business credentials with a degree in Business, and learn to be financially efficient with an AAT qualification. Whatever it is, you can make it happen with a course at East Sussex College.
East Sussex College is holding Information evenings this January, designed to support you in applying and enrolling on an adult course: Lewes, Tuesday 10 January; Hastings, Wednesday 11 January; Eastbourne, Thursday 12 January, 4.30pm-7pm.
Students were taken on a tour of the facilities and given a talk on how the organisation operates and supports the local community.
Exclusive dining experiences at our conveniently located restaurant .
Students were joined by local MP Caroline Ansell, who met the students in the workshop and gave an insight into the workings of being an MP.