Supported Learning

We have an exciting range of supportive courses for adults with special educational needs and disabilities. We have full-time and part-time courses to help you prepare for work and life.

Our leisure courses help you to meet other people and have fun while learning a new hobby. Ofsted said that our “range and quality of additional support for learners is exceptional.”

To help us deliver the best support for you please tell us about yourself using the Course Enquiry Form. We will then contact you to arrange a meeting.

You can find out about our full range of Supported Learning courses by contacting the Programme Manager on 020 8891 5907 ext. 5012 or email supportedlearning@rhacc.ac.uk For Merton courses contact us at: mertonoutreach@rhacc.ac.uk or call 07956 934469 

 

 

We have a number of courses available including: 

Art & Design  - Enjoy being creative

Art & Communication | Creative Arts | Gardening | Planet and the Environment | World of Fashion

Exercise & Dance - Keep fit and healthy

Music and Drama | World of Sport and Communication

Vocational and Independent Living - Learn to look after yourself

Beauty and Self Care | Computers and Communication | Cookery | Current Affairs and Citizenship | Independent Living Skills | World of Work

 

There are a number of free courses available if you want to improve your English, maths or gain vocational skills, available in an exciting real life and workplace context. Our facilities are accessible for all learners. To join us, please arrange a meeting to choose a course and organise support.

We have new courses available evenings, weekends and over holidays, and a number of courses are available in other venues in South West London. If you have a group, we can also come to you.

Find out about our full range of supported learning courses by contacting the coordinator on 020 8891 5907 ext. 5012 or email SupportedLearning@rhacc.ac.uk

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Courses for adults with special education needs and disabilities in partnership with Merton Council. View here.