Eastleigh College's Adult Enrichment Programme offers a range of part-time learning opportunities for adults with
learning disabilities. Courses include cookery, music, art, floristry, dance, and computing and are designed to meet the individual needs of the students, who learn in small groups led by experienced tutors.
Courses that start in the autumn term are held at the College’s main campus and other local community venues; these run for approximately 30 weeks. We also offer a range of shorter five-week courses for those wishing to try different things. Learners can join one of our 30 week classes at any time, subject to space availability. For more information, please contact the Adult and Community Learning Team on 023 8091 1270, or via email@example.com.
Adult Leisure Courses
A great way to indulge in a hobby or passion, further your skills and meet new people.
Christmas Wreath Workshop
This hands on course will allow you to create your own Christmas wreath ready for the festive season. You…
You will learn all the skills you need to prepare every day, family favourite meals for yourself and…
Fitness and Dance
Whilst listening to different styles of music, you will be taught dance moves and exercises that will…
At each session you will learn about different styles of music and explore different cultures and sounds.…
Paper Wreath Workshop
This hands on course will allow you to create your own festive paper wreath. You will be shown how…
Tuesday Art Club
This hands on course will allow you to create your own pieces of art using a variety of materials and…
Eastleigh careers advisor excels at Hampshire Education Awards
Eastleigh College’s Lead Careers Advisor, Trudy McKenzie, impressed the judges at Hampshire Country Council's annual Education Awards and scooped the 'Futures Award' for her excellence and achievements, and the positive impact she has had on learners' future career progression.
National recognition for careers and enterprise innovation
Eastleigh College has been commended by the Association of Colleges for the careers and progression support it provides to learners by being shortlisted for this year’s Beacon Awards. This recognition highlights the outstanding work of the college’s career and work readiness team, and other staff across the college who are dedicated to ensure learners are fully aware of the opportunities available to them.