Learning Disabilities resources

Looking for training

Training can help you to find a job and meet new people. The organisations below can help you to get new qualifications. To find out more about the training and support available to you, visit the Wolverhampton Information Network or if you would like to speak to someone contact City of Wolverhampton Council Adult Social Services on 01902 551199 or email: aia@wolverhampton.gov.uk

Adult Education

Adult Education

Providing a range of training opportunities for adults across the city, from functional skills lilke English, Maths and IT, courses to get you on the ladder to employment, or ways to pick up a new skill or hobby.

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City of Wolverhampton College

City of Wolverhampton College

One of the region's leading Further Education providers, with a wide range of courses and qualifications on offer for local residents, including a diverse apprenticeship offer for people of all ages.

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University of Wolverhampton

University of Wolverhampton

With campuses in Wolverhampton, Telford and Walsall and a wide range of courses on offer - including access to Higher Education, Bachelors degrees, post-graduate studies and apprenticeships.

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National Careers Service

Find courses

Use the National Careers Service course search to look for different types of learning opportunities including classroom, work based and online learning. All learning providers are contracted with the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) and include colleges, training providers and local councils.

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