Course Applications

Unlock your potential

Start a new course with us

Looking to improve your existing skills, develop your confidence, gain qualifications or learn something completely new? Whatever your reason for choosing an adult education course in 2024, find out how you can unlock your full potential with the learning opportunities on offer at Manchester Adult Education.

Below you’ll find all the opportunities that are available to you from now until the end of July.

Improve your digital skills

We have new Digital Skills courses starting this month which will provide you with the essential knowledge and skills needed to navigate the digital world with confidence – making your life easier, more efficient and more enjoyable.

Plus, when you join a short digital skills course with us, you can get qualified for free! You can choose from:

  • Digital Skills for Beginners
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Register your interest for 2024/25

We’re currently busy behind the scenes working on our new programme of courses that will be available from September 2024. However, the good news is that you can now get ahead and register your interest for a specific course and apply to study with us.

What will happen at my appointment?

Once you have applied to study a course, you will be invited to attend an assessment appointment where our team will carry out an initial assessment to make sure that you join a course at the right level for you. You will also have the opportunity to find out more about your chosen course. You will be able to advise us of any additional support that you may need and have the opportunity to discuss your long-term career goals.

Appointments will typically last around one hour per subject area. So, if you wish to study more than one subject i.e. English and maths, appointment times will be longer. 

Please bring the following documents with you to your appointment:

  • Photo ID (accepted documents include passport, driving licence and/or travel pass)
  • Proof of your address (utilities bill, official letter etc.)
  • Proof of UK residency (if you’ve lived in the UK for less than three years)
  • Your National Insurance number
  • Proof of any benefits you receive
  • Certificates for any qualifications you hold e.g., English and maths
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