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  1. Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
    Berkshire Education Employer Partnership (BEEP) is an exciting new employability programme that runs over two-and-a-half years, delivered by Adviza and funded by the European Social Fund*. Its purpose is to align young people and businesses in Berkshire, encouraging employers to create opportunities and nurture talent…
    11th Floor, Ocean HouseThe Ring BracknellBerkshireRG12 1AX
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    Berkshire College of Agriculture (BCA) BCA (Berkshire College of Agriculture) is situated 4 miles from Maidenhead town centre providing a wide range of practical and academic courses. Information about all the full time and part time courses, higher education courses and apprenticeships available on the…
    Hall PlaceBurchetts GreenMaidenheadBerkshireSL6 6QR
  3. Care to Learn - This can help with childcare costs while you’re studying if you’re under 20 at the start of your course. It’s only available for publically funded courses in England. This can include courses in: schools 6th forms in schools 6th form colleges…
  4. From 14th September Tuesdays 10am-12 noon
    The Berkshire School of English has recently launched an informal maths and English programme aimed at adults aged 19 plus. Entitled ‘Coffee and Coaching’ the sessions are open to anyone, both native and non-native speakers, who would like to improve their maths and English skills…
    Kennet Valley Free ChurchCarters RiseCalcotReadingRG31 7YT
  5. CareschemeLocaloffer
    Cranbury College is a Pupil Referral Unit and Alternative Education Provision Academy for young people in the Reading area. Our young people range from 5-18 years old.  We support learners recovering from the trauma of permanent exclusion, those that unintentionally exclude themselves from education and…
    Cranbury RoadReadingBerkshireRG30 2TS
  6. Key Stage 5 (Post 16) offers a college setting with smaller class sizes which may appeal to students who find larger settings difficult to access. Typically, students who do well with us are those who have a clear pathway in mind but are not yet…
    Cranbury RoadReadingRG30 2TS

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