Learning

Learning

Below are details about some local colleges that offer full and part time courses. Please contact the colleges directly to find out what courses may be available to you and how they are funded.

Adult Education also run courses. Click here to go their website .

 

College Courses for People with Learning Disabilities Contact
Kingston CollegeKingston College imageKingston College offers a variety of Entry Level and Level One courses for students aged 16-24 with a learning difficulty including supported internships for those who are ready to start work.
Please call 0208 268 2862/3065 for further information
Richmond CollegeRichmond-Upon-Thames-CollegeRichmond College also has a Community College as well as mainstream courses020 8607 8000
courses@rutc.ac.uk
www.rutc.ac.uk
Merton CollegeSouth Thames collegeMerton has a Skills for Life course as well as mainstream courses020 8408 6500
info@merton.ac.uk
www.merton.ac.uk
Nescot CollegeNESCOTlogoNescot has a Skills for Working Life course as well as mainstream courses020 8394 3038
info@nescot.ac.uk
www.nescot.ac.uk
Orchard Hill Collegeorchard-hill-logoOrchard Hill is a specialist day college for people with learning disabilities020 8254 7820
enquiries@orchardhill.ac.uk
www.orchardhill.ac.uk
Specialist Residential CoursesFor disabled people who may need more support than can be given at local college. Contact a Connexions Personal Advisor to find out more.