The Centre for Lifelong Learning has launched a new student support team ahead of the new academic year to ensure our students receive the targeted and tailored support they require
Dozens of CLL students saw their hard work pay off as they graduated at the University’s annual ceremony on Wednesday 19 July.
Students from nine courses, ranging from Masters to Foundation level, collected their certificates in front of cheering friends, family and loved ones at the ceremony hosted in The Butterworth Hall in Warwick Arts Centre.
The Centre for Lifelong Learning will be launching a new project to help adult learners achieve GCSEs.
The ‘GCSE for Me’ initiative is a pilot project which is designed to help adult learners achieve a GCSE qualification in English or maths.
The GCSE courses will run by experienced subject specialists for the first time from September 2017.
Phil McCash, will deliver a workshop at the Career Development Institute (CDI) Student Conference, later today.
'Career helping at depth: working with the whole person in careers work' will discuss the relationship between depth psychology and career development.
Phil McCash is Principal Teaching Fellow in Career Studies at CLL Warwick