Training and courses

Adult Learning Service

Liverpool City Council’s Adult Learning Service runs a variety of courses including maths foundation, ICT skills, and English GCSE.

Visit the ALS website for more information.

Continuing Education Programme

The University of Liverpool runs a Continuing Education programme.

Based in the Centre for Lifelong Learning, it offers an exciting and diverse range of courses, lectures and events both on and off campus.

The Continuing Education is open to all; no entrance qualifications are required. The programme is taught by friendly and expert staff who will guide you through your studies.

Visit the Continuing Education website for more information.

Further education

Further education courses are for people above school age but below degree level. These courses can include A-levels and vocational qualifications such as BTECs. Further education colleges in Liverpool are:

Higher education

If you are interested in studying for a degree, the best place to begin your search is at The Complete University Guide.

Consumer magazine Which? also runs a university site, helping you to decide what to study, where to go and how to get there. Find out more on the Which?University website.

Paying for your course

Even though you have left service you might be able to fund a higher-level course though the MoD’s enhanced learning credits (ELCs) scheme.