Havering Adult College is an adult learning service delivered by Local Authority staff, managing a range of national and local priorities and implements the statutory powers of the Local Authority to secure full and part-time education suitable to the requirements of persons who have reached the age of 19.
It is responsible for;
- Providing a range of part-time accredited and non-accredited learning opportunities to meet the needs of individuals, employers and local communities. Provision is concentrated at entry level, level one and level two, although some level three and above courses have been introduced to enhance progression and in response to learner, community and employer’s needs.
- In conjunction with primary schools, children’s centres and wider community venues, delivering a range of Family Literacy, Family Numeracy, and Family Learning provision.
- Providing indirect support for schools through the training of both Learning Support Assistants and Teaching Assistants as well as Support Work in Schools provision.
- Delivering discrete provision in respect of learners with learning disabilities, commissioned by Adult Social Services.