Adult education courses in adult social care

Adult education courses in adult social care

​If you are looking for a change of career or want to advance your qualifications in adult social care, our courses can help.

About adult social care

Working in social care is about providing personal and practical support for adults with needs arising from illness, disability, old age or poverty. The main objectives of working in the sector are:

  • to enhance adults’ quality of life
  • delay and reduce the need for care
  • ensure positive care experiences
  • safeguard adults from harm.

Why study with us

Our courses will provide you with the necessary knowledge, skills and confidence to continue your professional development within adult social care. Our programme includes courses that lead to a qualification as well as short courses related to specific areas of expertise.

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Before you can enrol on any adult social care course leading to a recognised qualification you will need to attend a pre-course assessment.

How to book a pre-course assessment

You can now book a pre-course assessment for the Preparing to Work in Adult Social Care Level 1 course starting in November.

Choose from one of the dates below, then follow our pre-course assessment booking instructions. Assessments last for approximately three hours.

​Date ​Time ​Location
​Tuesday 17 October ​10.30am Brockley Adult Education Centre
​Monday 30 October ​10.30am Brockley Adult Education Centre