Eastleigh College teaches an exceptionally wide range of part-time technical and professional courses compared with other local further education (FE) colleges. Here's an overview of the different courses and progression opportunities available to our adult learners:
- Higher Education courses
- Apprenticeships for adults
- 'Faculty', College-based study
- Work-based qualifications
- Access courses for University and Higher Education
- Functional skills training in Maths, English and ICT
- Online VRQs
- Bounceback courses - Funded 'High value' courses for 18 and 19 year-olds leaving school or college in 2020
What do qualification levels mean?
There are nine qualification levels from Level 1 to Level 9, with Level 9 being the most difficult and requiring the longest study time. Find out more about what qualification levels mean from the Government website (opens in a new window). On our course pages you will find courses at levels 2, 3, 4 and 5.
Find the right course to suit your work-life requirements
Browse the latest information on the courses we currently offer to adult learners in specific industries and career pathways. All courses are subject to minimum numbers and course descriptions may be subject to change. For further details or for information about available funding or grants, contact our information, advice and guidance team on 023 8091 1298, or email email@example.com.
Leisure, or hobby based, courses do not generally lead to a qualification and are available at a number of locations within the community. Leisure courses offer light relief from daily life, allowing you to focus on an enjoyable hobby for a few hours, at a location convenient to you! To find out more call our adult & community learning team on 023 8091 1270, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Triple triumph: Three students shortlisted for national industry award
Three Eastleigh College engineering apprentices shortlisted for RAC & IOR Student of the Year at national cooling industry awards. Luke Haile, Matthew Huckle, Gemma Weston and five students from other colleges will compete for the coveted title which will be announced at a special event and broadcast on 9 December 2020.
Launch of UK-Dutch Logistics Career Colleges network to benefit learners
Eastleigh College is one of only seven FE colleges in the UK to be part of The Career Colleges Trust, which has joined forces with STC International in the Netherlands to launch a pioneering network of specialist logistics colleges.