Rotherham College are offering local adults the chance to complete a distance learning course to gain new skills and qualifications.
Rotherham College are offering local adults the chance to complete a distance learning course to gain new skills and qualifications. Lerners can study courses including Health and Social Care, Mental Health, Education and Training, Nutrition and Health and Business Management from their home.
The college is part of the RNN group.
Rotherham College Assistant Principal Claire Godfrey said: “As a College we’re committed to playing a part in our local communities of Rotherham and South Yorkshire.
“Distance learning courses are ideal for people thinking of learning something new or as a way to update their skills; a big benefit of distance learning is that you can fit it in around existing commitments and it is a flexible way to learn.”
To be eligible for free distance learning courses you must be:
Living in the UK and be aged 19 years or over
If you are between 19 – 23 years old you must hold a full Level 2 qualification and not currently be enrolled on an apprenticeship.
These distance learning courses are free to anyone who is over 24 years old.