Fircroft College of Adult Educationhttp://www.fircroft.ac.uk/
The Fircroft College of Adult Education was founded in 1909 and is located in Birmingham. It is a residential institution for adults. The college provides a number of short courses for adults in a few subjects.
Various courses are taught at Fircroft College of Adult Education in certain broad subjects. These are Information Technology, Personal Development, Professional Development, Skills for Life, Voluntary and Community Sector and Family Learning. These short courses are aimed to developing knowledge, skills and experience in various areas so that the students can put their learning to use in their practical life.
Fircroft College of Adult Education is a residential college and has many facilities. It has forty six study bedrooms, a library, computer facilities and a child care centre for students who want to bring their children with them. To be eligible for study at this college, students should be above 19 years old and UK citizens, or should have lived in the UK for three years at least.
Fircroft College of Adult Education has an innovative study programme for adults aged above 55 years who have not completed their higher education. This is the Ransacker Project. It is a free programme and lasts 10 weeks where students undertake projects of their choice.
Some courses are free like the Ransacker Project and Family Learning. There is a Learner Support Fund for those who have difficulty in paying fees for the other courses.
Fircroft College of Adult Education
1018 Bristol Road, B29 6LH, Birmingham
Warwickshire, West Midlands Region
Tel: 01214 720 116, Fax: 01214 711 503