Our Distance Learning courses give you the freedom to study what, when and where you like. And you can study for free*.
There really has never been a better time for you to learn something new – either for personal interest, to help find a job or progress in your career.
You can develop your knowledge in a number of areas from business administration to health and nutrition to social care.
Our Distance Learning courses are ideal for you if:
• You are 19-years-old or over
• You are a resident in England
• You can commit to studying for a period of up to four months, meeting regular coursework deadlines throughout this time
*subject to your eligibility and providing you complete the course within the given timeframe.
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