It looks like you're trying to zoom in on this page. For best results: use the most recent version of your browser, disable your browser's 'zoom text only' setting, and use your browser's default font size settings. From online courses to on-campus experiences, there are a range of learning opportunities available for non-degree seekers. The Office of International Affairs offers a suite of global leadership programs on important topics and trends for professionals, experts, and life-long learners from around the world.
Our facilities will be closed to the general public, except for those deemed as vulnerable and children of key workers. FREE workshops to improve your employment prospects to get back into work or move into a new job opportunity. You can continue to learn new skills with our fantastic range of online courses. In need of technical, financial or wellbeing support? Our Help Hub is full of useful guidance and resources. Gleefully, we make snow angels. Excitedly, I throw snowballs at my brothers.
The Division of Continuing Education offers a variety of non-credit courses to meet your personal and professional learning needs. Through our non-credit course offerings, you can prepare for certification and licensure exams and earn industry-recognized credentials in a variety of fields. We even provide free assistance to potential or existing small business owners and entrepreneurs. Children, and others not registered in a class, are not allowed to attend. Course Schedules.
Some of our services are affected by the pandemic. Visit our COVID webpages for the latest updates and changes to services , as well as for information and guidance. Skills and Participation funds a wide range of adult and community learning courses available in venues across Hampshire; covering the programme areas of Thrives, Works and Learns. For further information, please email skills. As well as Skills and Participation funded programmes, there are many other organisations involved in Adult Learning across Hampshire.