Wirral Met is holding an open evening tomorrow night (Wednesday 26th June) for adults looking for full-time and part-time courses.

It’s not only young people who are planning their next steps with a new term on the horizon in September 2019. By gaining new skills and qualifications, adults can boost their career prospects, change career or harness a passion and turn it into a way of earning money!

Many adults are realising the benefits of staying closer to home and continuing their education at their local college. At Wirral Met, you can gain further education or university-level higher education qualifications with outstanding support and small class sizes. For those studying a full-time degree or PGCE course, student bursaries are available for those with a household income of less than £25,000.

19+ Open Evening Poster for 19th June 2019

There is a wide range of full-time and part-time courses on offer at Wirral Met which take place during the day and evening so that those with jobs and/or caring responsibilities can fit study in around their busy lives.

Whether you are looking for career progression, to get on to the job ladder or simply in search of a new hobby, Wirral Met has a course for you. From accounting and leadership management qualifications, art & design, childcare to engineering, hairdressing, science and teacher training, there’s bound to be a course to help you take the first step into an exciting new career.

Wirral Met is inviting those aged 19+ to its open evening tomorrow evening (Wednesday 26th June), where you can view the excellent facilities, meet their experienced staff and discuss the courses on offer. Staff will be on hand to help you find a course that suits your experience and career goals. You will also have the opportunity to speak to Student Advisers, Additional Learning Support and Student Finance.

Register your place here.


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