Sept-Dec 21 Prospectus PDF (PDF, 1 MB)How to enrol
You’re not referred to the Recovery College, you can simply enrol yourself, or on behalf of someone for any of our courses that may be of interest to you. Our courses are open to all adults and we welcome carers, supporters and professionals too.
If you’ve been to the college before, you can simply enrol online (click blue button below) or, alternatively call us to do it over the phone or complete an enrolment form included with this prospectus.
If you’re new to the college, you’ll need to enrol on an “Introduction to the Exchange” session, which is where you’ll find out what kind of courses we offer, have a look around the building and ask any questions you may have. These sessions will be on a one to one basis and last roughly an hour, you’ll need to make an appointment with one of our coaches. You can then enrol on your chosen course after this.
Please note! by submitting your enrolment, it does not necessarily mean that you have been booked onto a course. You’ll be contacted by text or email to let you know if you have gained a place.
Please note! We’re only offering a limited number of places on each course in line with COVID regulations, therefore some courses will fill up very quickly. Make sure you get your enrolment form in early to avoid disappointment!
We have also included within the enrolment process, two other forms – our Learner Charter and Equality Impact Form. We require you to complete these please for data collection purposes.
We understand that sometimes it may be difficult to attend a full course, but if you can’t attend the very first session, or miss three sessions, we suggest that you re-enrol on a future date.
Finally, please be aware that if you provide us with an email address and/or mobile number, confirmation of course bookings and reminders will automatically be emailed or text to you. Please let us know if you don’t want this to be the case.
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Use the link below to enrol online