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Cheshire College has launched new part-time courses for adults to upskill, retrain and futureproof their careers as the UK adapts to impact of Covid.

Courses based at the Crewe college include in business, construction, engineering, catering, fitness and health & beauty.

Learners can enrol on a course that suits them at a time that suits them.

Flexible delivery means students can study many of these courses around their current busy lives.

They have also launched a nine-week “Stream Fast-track” course in Digital, Maths and English for adult learners.

This aims to refresh knowledge and develop confidence in highly desired skill areas, as well as their National Skills Fund courses.

The National Skills Fund was launched in April after a £2.5 billion investment by the Government to help adults across the UK gain the valuable knowledge required by employers to enter key sectors.

Cheshire College selected National Skills Fund courses which meet the skill requirements across the region.

James Eagney, Assistant Principal of Quality at Cheshire College, said: “We’re really excited about the part-time courses we’re delivering at Cheshire College this year.

“The courses running provide a real opportunity for adult learners to upskill and meet their educational and career goals.

“Whether you’re looking to upskill or change career and retrain, we have a range of courses that have been purposefully selected to meet the demands across Cheshire and give adults within our local communities the very best possible chance of career success.”

To find out more about Cheshire College’s part-time courses and apply online visit

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