Develop your career and improve your skills at Mid Cheshire College.

From Art & Design, Beauty Therapy, Business & Management, Hospitality and Computing, through to Construction, Health & Social Care, Engineering, Motor Vehicle or Childcare, if you would like to re-train to take a new career path, update your skills, or just want to have fun learning something new, we have a wide variety of courses to suit your needs.

Whether you’re looking for a full-time course or one that fits in with your daily commitments, we can help.

Mid Cheshire College offers a fantastic range of courses and facilities for adult learners. The courses are designed to help you either take the next step with a personal development challenge, or give you the qualifications and confidence to pursue a change of career.

Part-time opportunities

Broaden your horizons, learn a new skill, or just have fun and make new friends!

Whatever your reason is to return to learning, we have a variety of courses to suit your needs.

Mid Cheshire College offers a wide range of learning opportunities in many local community centres. You can choose to study for a nationally recognised qualification or take up a leisure course to develop a hobby or skill. There are lots of activities to choose from, such as computing, languages, arts & crafts, dancing and keep-fit. So why not put your spare time to good use on a course at a centre near you?

Community Learning Adult Leisure Courses 2016/2017: Terms and Conditions

Adult courses brochure Summer 2017


Access to Higher Education
Art, Design and Music
Business and Professional Studies and travel & tourism
Computing and IT
Construction, Engineering and Automotive
Cookery and Nutrition
ESOL and Employability
Foreign Languages
GCSE and AS Levels
Hair and Beauty
Leisure, Sport and Fitness
Personal Development and Caring Studies
Teaching – Educational Professional Development

Do you have any questions?
If there is anything you would still like to know about this course, please don't hesitate to ask us.

Money matters.
Depending upon your circumstances, you may be able to apply for financial support to help you during your studies. Find out more.