Part-time, evening and short courses

Course Jan 2021 at the MET

Part-time, Evening and Short Courses Starting from January 2021

Whether you are thinking of a career change, progressing in your current work, or starting a new hobby, we have a range of courses for adults starting between January and May at our campuses in both Brighton and Worthing.

Courses for everyone
Our wide range of part-time courses for adults are starting this January at our campuses in Brighton and Worthing. Course lengths vary from one-day workshops to 16-week programmes. Many have flexible start dates, with teaching for some courses taking place in the evening or on a Saturday. Therefore, you can learn something new and fit your studies around your lifestyle commitments.

New hobby?
Our variety of leisure and personal development courses are a great way for you to learn something new that you can fit around your lifestyle and work commitments. Courses include: art, design & crafts, beauty therapy, computing, literature, history and many more.

New career?
If the new year has got you thinking about a change in career, we offer beginner courses where no previous experience is necessary. Most lead to a professional qualification upon completion and could help you meet your future career ambitions.

Progressing at work?
We offer a number of training and professional development courses. If you study a Level 3 qualification or above, you may be eligible for an Advanced Learner Loan. 

Courses for jobseekers
Our Opening Doors courses are specifically tailored for jobseekers and focus on developing your confidence to give you the skills and knowledge to help you stand out in the job market. Courses vary from bookkeeping to counselling, graphic design to health and social care. These courses are free if you earn below £17,004 per year or are on unemployment benefits. We also offer careers advice and CV checks to help you get back into work.

If you're interested in applying or want to find out more about our available courses, visit: gbmc.ac.uk/get-on-course-for-2021

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