Bromley Adult Education College has a well deserved reputation for offering good quality part time adult education courses. These are taught by enthusiastic, experienced and well qualified tutors. Some courses lead to a qualification whilst others are designed to help you acquire new knowledge and develop new skills. From archery to zumba, counselling to silversmithing you really will find something of interest to you.
New courses now available
Click on New Courses to find out more.
Would you like to improve your spoken French? And sing in a choir? Then the NEW BAEC French Choir is for you! Starts 28th April 2014 for 8 weeks – Click on Modern Languages for more information.
New language courses after Easter
Enrol now on our short 5 or 8 weeks courses to refresh and practice your language skills. Wide range available, more information in the Modern Languages section.
Teaching Opportunities at Bromley Adult Education College
Are you interested in teaching for Bromley Adult Education College? To find out more information click on ‘About us’ at the bottom of this page and visit the Job Vacancies page. We would be interested to hear from you.
Nursery staff required
Sessional nursery staff required. Must be Level 3 qualified. For more information contact Diane 020 8461 8693.
Ofsted would like to hear the views of our students
Students’ views are important to both Ofsted and colleges like Bromley Adult Education College. Ofsted now has a website that enables students to express their views and rate the performance of the college they attend.
We would like to encourage all our students to visit the Ofsted learner View website and complete a questionnaire. Follow the link http://learnerview.ofsted.gov.uk to register. You will then receive an email with your password. Enter the URN 53108 and this will take you to Bromley London Borough Council. The survey will take less than five minutes and will make a positive contribution as your views are crucial to helping us improve the quality of the service we provide.
We have lots of courses that can help you get work related skills. If you are in receipt of JSA or ESA (WRAG) and actively seeking work, you may be eligible for free training, in subjects such as IT, Retail, Care Work, Caring for Children, etc etc!
If you know what subject you are interested in, you can go straight to the course listings in Web.Enrol and enrol online. If you have not done it before, go to the Enrolment section for full details of the different ways of enrolling. Or you can browse our programme by clicking the links on the left.
Work Club is held at the Kentwood Centre in Penge, 9-1 every Monday and 10-2 every Tuesday. Ideal if you are looking for work and need help deciding on a course, help with your CV, or to do some online job searching. Just come along. Special events often planned, call in for details.