Adult Education Wolverhampton is OPEN
As we continue in the second national lockdown following the government's announcement we want to reassure you that like schools, our adult education centres remain open. It has been identified that any rise has been driven mainly by mixing between households and in the workplace and not in educational settings. We will therefore continue to remain open to allow you to attend and continue with your learning.
Keeping you safe
Your safety is our priority. We want you to feel happy and secure when you return to learning this Autumn.
Over the Summer we have been working hard to make the changes needed to ensure your safety. This includes:
- One way routes through all our buildings
- Staggered class start times and smaller classes sizes to maintain social distancing
- All staff and students will be expected to wear face coverings in public spaces
- Hand sanitiser is available outside every classroom
- Wherever possible activities can be found online including information about courses and online enrolment
Watch what our students have to say about our safety measures
Information for new and current students
Joining information for new and current students
Here is your joining information, together with the latest safety advice for all current students and students joining or returning to Adult Education from September 2020. Click here to download
This year enrolment activity is going to be taking place mainly online.
You will receive a communication that tells you when your first class will take place. The communication will contain the exact date, time and location that you need to come on your first day.
What will college look like?
- We are making very careful plans to ensure that we will be ready for re-opening.
- The safety of staff and students is our top priority and we will continue to follow government and Public Health England advice.
- You will find one way systems in place and hand sanitation stations throughout the buildings.
- The vending machines will not be in operation and you will need to bring your own food and drinks.
- You will study in small groups known as ‘bubbles’, with other students on your course.
- You must wear a face covering in corridors and other public/communal spaces.