Evening Classes and Adult Education in Warwickshire

Evening Classes and Adult Education Warwickshire provide further learning opportunities for residents of the Warwickshire community. Courses provide learning and skills focused on supporting career progression, employability and job skills or to progress to further learning.

Discover a fascinating hobby or interest, develop skills to move on at work, or start training for a whole new career – it is never too late to further your education and there are lots of opportunities to learn and develop your skills.

By taking an Evening Class or Adult Education course in Warwickshire you will:

· Learn on your doorstep at locations in your community or learn from the comfort of your own home, depending on the class or course you choose.

· Boost your career with qualifications across a range of professions, increase your knowledge in your current career or start working towards a whole new career – the options are endless!

· Pick up new talents and meet people in your community with similar interests.

Why study in Warwickshire?

Warwickshire is a county in the heart of England with a heritage that stretches back for centuries, from streets overhung by timber-framed houses and imposing castles to Roman ruins, Shakespeare’s theatres and impressive sporting history.

Warwickshire has been named one of the best places to visit in Europe according to the Lonely Planet guide.

Top places to visit in Warwickshire include Stratford-upon-Avon, Lunt Roman Fort, Warwick Castle, Knight’s Village, Webb Ellis Rugby Football Museum, Kenilworth Castle and Coombe Abbey’s Garden Room.

The University of Warwick is one of the UK’s leading universities, with an acknowledged reputation for excellence in research and teaching, for innovation, and for links with business and industry.

Aston University is a public research university situated in the city centre of Birmingham, England. Aston began as the Birmingham Municipal Technical School in 1895, evolving into the UK’s first College of Advanced Technology in 1956.

Aston Medical School – established in 2014, has research areas that include maternal health, cardiovascular medicine and mental health.

Where can I study in Warwickshire?

  • Warwickshire College
  • University of Warwick
  • Aston University
  • Birmingham City University
  • University of Birmingham
  • University College Birmingham

For a full list of possible classes and courses, you can visit our website and enquire or even book courses that appeal to you.  Visit Whichcollege.ie to search universities, colleges or institutes taking admissions in your area now!

Facts about Warwickshire

· Did Lady Godiva really ride her horse through the streets of Coventry naked in protest against high taxes? Many historians say it is a myth, but even if it is, Lady Godiva was very real. An 11th-century Anglo-Saxon noblewoman, she was known for her generous nature and along with her husband, Earl Leofric, she founded a Benedictine monastery in Coventry.

· If you are a fan of Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings books and The Hobbit, you’ll know about his use of the word, ‘Shire’ as a reference to ‘Middle Earth’ but, did you know, he based Middle Earth on Warwickshire?  Tolkien lived in the then Warwickshire village of Sarhole and this is where he drew inspiration for Hobbiton and the Shire.

· A number of famous people born or brought up in Warwickshire include TV chef Gordon Ramsay, novelist George Eliot, musician James Morrison, and actress Kate O’Mara. Of course, it is also the birthplace of William Shakespeare. He was born on April 3rd, 1564 in Stratford upon Avon.

· The River Avon runs throughout Warwickshire, traversing five counties. It is the longest river in the UK, coursing some 85 miles.

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