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The Adult College, Lancaster was established in 1975 and is now located in the centre of Lancaster, which is in the North of England. The building, formerly a linoleum factory, was converted for use by The Adult College in 1990 and offers an attractive environment for adults which is extremely well equipped.
We offer a broad range of courses catering for a diverse range of needs and interests across the region from Wyre, Preston and Fylde to Lancaster and Morecambe.
As well as courses held at The Adult College in Lancaster city centre, we offer courses in community venues across the region - including village halls, schools, church halls and libraries - enabling thousands of adult learners in Lancashire to gain new skills, knowledge, interests and qualifications, and help people lead more fulfilling lives and develop their careers.
Our Information, Advice and Guidance team is available to discuss your needs and requirements, and to help you find the right course for you. We are committed to ensuring that your learning experience is enjoyable and of the highest quality. We provide you with the support necessary to successfully complete your course and can give you information and advice about how to progress further, if you wish.
With hundreds of courses on offer there’s bound to be something to interest you.
To enable all adults in Lancashire to achieve success in learning, so as to improve their skills for employment, and the quality of their personal and family lives, and to enhance the social and economic well-being of their communities.To support local employers and Lancashire’s economy through provision of high-quality, responsive training.
The Adult College focuses on ensuring equality and diversity in all its teaching and learning to ensure high quality delivery. The college has a framework of policies and procedures in place to ensure a safe and positive working environment. Diversity is celebrated through the curriculum, events, displays and information.
The Adult College tries to meet the needs of the local community. The college asks for information about gender, ethnicity, and age on the enrolment form. This influences the courses that are put on, where they happen i.e. neighbourhood learning centre, school and the organisations and partnerships we work with. It is a important goal of the college to activley promote disability equality and to help us to achieve this we would be gratefull for feedback from learners and members of the community who are familiar with our services.
Please download a copy of the relevant form and return it either to the reception desk at the college or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.