BCoT held its first virtual open event of the academic year on Tuesday 13 October.
Basingstoke College of Technology has launched its new adult learning programme for this September. The courses are aimed at those who are over 18 and looking to gain a new skill, retrain or simply take up a new hobby.Launching this month, the college is offering a wide range of full-time, part-time and distance learning courses to suit a large variety of needs and tastes, from dog grooming and cake decorating to childcare and computing. BCoT has also introduced some brand new part-time courses including art and design course Hand-Knitting Accessories.Anthony Bravo, Principal at BCoT said: “We are really proud of the adult courses we provide here at BCoT. As well as providing courses for school-leavers, we want our whole community to feel they are able to learn at the college, so offering such a wide range of courses enables us to help more people locally.”BCoT also offers free and flexible distance learning courses offered by BCoT's Aspiral Learning team. They are a great way to build your CV and demonstrate commitment to continued professional development. Subject to eligibility checks, these courses are government-funded and can be studied fully online or in part with a range of supplied resources. Study can be undertaken at your own pace, started at any time and an allocated individual tutor will support you throughout your learning journey.Enrolment for all courses has now begun. To find out what courses are available, and to enrol for September 2020, visit bcot.ac.uk