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Welcome to WAES

 

Welcome to WAES, Westminster's adult college.

Choose from a huge range of qualification and short courses starting in January 2018.

Courses available in English, maths and essential skills needed for work, as well as vocational qualification courses for career development and short creative courses for leisure and fun.

See below for enrolment times and dates for all January 2018 courses.

Visit us and enrol now for January 2018 courses

Visit our Pimlico or Lisson Grove Centres for information, advice, guidance and enrolment for all courses including creative arts, vocational studies, English, maths and ITC.

Learner enrolment dates for 2018 will be held at the below times:

Lisson Grove:

  • Tuesday 2nd - Thursday 4th January, 10am-4pm
  • Friday 5th - Saturday 6th January, 10am-3pm
  • Monday 8th - Thursday 11th January, 10am-7pm
  • Friday 12th - Saturday 13th January, 10am-3pm

Pimlico:

  • Tuesday 2nd - Thursday 4th January, 10am-4pm 
  • Friday 5th - Saturday 6th January, 10am-3pm
  • Monday 8th - Thursday 11th January, 10am-4pm
  • Friday 12th - Saturday 13th January, 10am-3pm

Guidance and course enrolment details:

Creative and vocational courses

WAES offers a wide range of creative and vocational study opportunities, from accounting and business to floristry and graphic design. 

Some of our creative and vocational qualification courses require an interview prior to enrolling, visit a WAES Centre during enrolment times (above) for advice and assessment.

Government funding is available for those eligible, such as those unemployed and in receipt of benefits.

English and maths courses including GCSE

These courses are aimed at learners whose first language is English. These basic English, maths and ICT courses build on your skills to improve job prospects and confidence. For more information click here

These courses require an initial assessment to determine the correct course. Visit a WAES Centre during enrolment times (above) for advice, guidance and assessment.

Government funding is available for those eligible, such as those unemployed and in receipt of benefits.

English for speakers of other languages (ESOL) courses

If English is not your first language, an ESOL course will help improve your job prospects and communication skills. We offer a choice of morning, evening and weekend course options. For more information click here.

These courses require an initial assessment to determine the correct course. Visit a WAES Centre during enrolment times (above) for advice, guidance and assessment.

Government funding is available for those eligible, such as those unemployed and in receipt of benefits.

International English language courses 

These courses are for learners preparing for internationally accepted Cambridge English and IELTS exams. Students can choose when they begin and end their study, although we do recommend a 12-week study period. These courses can be booked online here.

 

 

 

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