what is further education
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Courses range from basic English and maths to Higher National Diplomas (HNDs ).
Many courses in reading, writing and basic maths are free, and you may not have to pay for tuition if you’re under 24 and studying for your first qualification equivalent to GCSE or A level.
higher education, education at university level or higher
further education (Noun)
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This is the website for information about the Further Education and Training sector in England. Here you will find information about becoming a teacher, incentives for training, qualifications, the Society for Education and Training (SET), the variety of the sector and most of what you need to know as a new entrant or an existing worker.
CDETB has a proud tradition of providing further education to the highest standard in a student centred environment. Our aim is to prepare our students well for their future whether you want to go directly into employment or to go further and access higher education. Whatever your goal you will acquire skills that will be of life-long benefit.
All Further Education courses interview for places. The interview is generally short and not too formal. Any information that might enhance your application should be sent to the course co-ordinator prior to the interview. At interview you are given the chance to talk about yourself and why the course interests you. Enthusiasm and commitment are often as important as examination results.
It is good to have plan, so consider a one-year PLC course with us – our programmes will help you progress to Higher Education and to work.
If you would like advice on course options, or have any questions, please just ask by phone on 059 91 34230, email [email protected], or click here for our contact form.
About Further Education
Masters degrees in Further Education allow postgraduates to specialise in post-compulsory schooling in sixth forms, colleges and other environments.
When you apply to join the Chartered Institution for Further Education we assess eligibility based on a review of key indicators of quality.
Chartered Institution Members have the opportunity to work with fellow Members to share and develop best practice for their organisations.
Contact our FE Grants team on 028 8225 4546 or by email to [email protected] for advice on grants for living costs, fees & childcare costs.
For information on financial support for higher education and undergraduate/postgraduate courses please visit our Student Finance page.