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Adult Education

If you want to continue your learning journey there are varied options, with extra support available, upon application. You can recommence your learning journey at any stage in life and explore subjects that you may have wanted to in younger life, but couldn’t specialise at that age.

The Open University offer a diverse range of art and science disciplines.  You can study at your own pace, through distance learning with the support
of an allocated tutor, in your area.

With supporting evidence and documentation provided to Student Finance England, mature autistic students may be eligible for Disabled Student Allowance, which will assist with technology required to access your studies and other support strategies to help you keep on track with your personal study goals.

 

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Learning opportunities in Buckinghamshire:

 

  • Newbury College is offering free health and social care distance learning courses for adults.
  • Eligibility: must be 19 years of age or older from 31/8/2017 and an EU/UK National to qualify for funding.  Offers a range of certified courses in health and social care.
  • https://www.newbury-college.ac.uk/adults/distance.html.