Manufacturing Courses. Explore the variety of one or two day offerings that have been created to increase your skills in your current job or get you ready for that next promotion. Learn about some of the exciting work that we are doing in your industry and discover how all of our courses can be tailored to fit the needs of your organization.
Bristol Technical Education Center offers a variety of full-time adult education programs as well as part-time evening programs. Bristol TEC also oversees two extension campuses each offering an exceptional program for Aviation Maintenance Technicians. Information and applications can be obtained below:.
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Covino said Bristol residents have three different ways to earn a high school equivalency degree, all them free, funded by the state. Students now have to pass four online test sessions, he said. It is grueling, up to six and a half hours on the computer for the four tests.
Bristol City Council has launched a new course guide to encourage adults of any age or ability to learn something new. With over courses on offer at Stoke Lodge, Bristol is building on its status as a Learning City by providing a broad range of courses which cover many different interests, hobbies and skills. Using the new guide, available online or as a printed copy, participants can explore the wide range of courses on offer, from art to public speaking and cookery to languages.
Choose from a huge range of day and evening courses, including languages, arts, crafts, computer skills and practical skills like cookery and gardening. Search for a course and book online. See the Adult learning course guide.
The Bristol Adult Education Center offers several approaches to finishing your high school diploma. Depending on what stage of life you are in, and what your educational and career goals are, there are several paths to follow, including:. Most of these options are available in a face-to-face format.
We understand that there are a number of reasons why you may decide to return to education as an adult learner. Perhaps you're already working, but need to enhance your skills with an industry-recognised qualification, to move up the ladder of your chosen career faster? Or you may have decided to start afresh by retraining in something new?
AEB is used to prepare adults over the age of 19 with the skills and qualifications needed for life, work, apprenticeships and further learning. Traditionally, this funding has come from central government with local adult education providers bidding for money on an annual basis. Central government has set out how the budget is spent based on national needs and requirements. By taking responsibility for the Adult Education Budget, WECA will be able to fund providers to deliver courses tailored to meet the needs of our specific region; and in doing so, provide all residents with the opportunity to develop their talents and prosper.