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Further Education

Need help deciding which course you will study? Try our handy wizard that will guide you through the selection process by answering a few easy questions.

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Choosing A Course

Full-time Further Education courses are open to all. They are suitable for students aged 16 and over and range from Entry Level to Level 3 including Diplomas, Extended Diplomas and NVQ's.

If you are leaving school with GCSEs, there are A Level equivalent courses to equip you with the practical skills you are going to need in your chosen career.

If you haven't done as well in your GCSEs as you would have liked we have courses which will help you get back on track.

Equally if you are an adult wishing to take a change of direction then you my wish to take on a full-time course or specifically an Access to University course which will help you get into University.

View the Full-Time Course Listing or use the Course Search to view all Full-Time courses.

At SERC you get more than just a course! Your learning experience will also include:
  • Essential Skills in Literacy, Numeracy and IT - these are a must if you haven't achieved a GCSE grade C in any one of them.
  • Employability Skills - teamwork, communication skills and managing work will be gained through work placements and projects.
  • Entrepreneurship Awareness and Skills - we want you to think about starting your own business. We'll provide you will all the help you need.
  • SERC EXTRA, a package of services including financial support, careers advice and learning support tailored just for you if you need any help along the way.
  • Opportunities to improve your social skills through society, club membership and the Students’ Union.
  • SERC is committed to offering support and information for students with disabilities, learning difficulties or medical conditions to ensure that they can participate as fully as possible in the academic and social life of the College.

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All information correct at time of print.
Please note all courses are subject to funding and demand.
While we promote a wide number of courses not all are guaranteed to run.
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