Adult learning term dates

2023 to 2024 academic year

Summer 2024

  • Courses run from Monday 22 April to Monday 15 July
  • Half term runs from Saturday 25 May to Sunday 2 June

Please note, term ends on a Monday to take account of the bank holiday on Monday 6 May.

Summer Skills 2024

A range of short courses and workshops across our centres and online will be running from Tuesday 16 July until Friday 26 July.

Enrolments are now open and these courses can be identified as those with [SSK] in the course title. On Find an Adult Learning Course put 'SSK' in the keyword search for a complete list.


2024 to 2025 academic year

Course lengths vary and therefore so will start and end dates. Please check or ask a member of the team to confirm the dates when you enquire or enrol.

Autumn 2024

  • Daytime and online (Zoom) courses run from Monday 9 September to Friday 13 December
  • Evening courses run from Monday 16 September to Friday 13 December
  • Half term runs from Saturday 26 October to Sunday 3 November

Spring 2025

  • Daytime and online (Zoom) courses run from Monday 6 January to Friday 11 April
  • Evening courses run from Monday 13 January to Friday 11 April
  • Half term runs from Saturday 15 February to Sunday 23 February

Summer 2025

  • Daytime and online (Zoom) courses run from Monday 28 April to Monday 21 July
  • Evening courses run from Monday 28 April to Monday 14 July
  • Half term runs from Saturday 24 May to Sunday 1 June

Please note, summer term ends on a Monday to take account of the bank holiday on Monday 05 May.

Please be advised, for centres where we have an onsite café, these will be operational weekday daytimes during the dates listed for our evening courses. Outside of this, a hot drink vending machine is available, accepting contactless card payments only. Further information about our centres can be found on our centres webpage.


Supported Learning term dates

Our Supported Learning provision runs with different dates due to having shorter length terms. If you would like to see these, please go to the Supported Learning page.


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