We have a limited number of places at concession rates for those on benefits or under the tax threshold. Please contact us using the contact form for more information.
There are a limited number of places left for our second free taster session for the course ‘Counselling and Relationship Skills’ which is taking place on Wednesday 24 October, 6-7 pm. Counselling skills help us to communicate effectively and relate
This will be on Tuesday 13 November and will be a talk delivered by Dr Alexander Hall of Birmingham University. He will talking on: ‘The Stream of Life: evolution, Julian Huxley, and humanism on the BBC’ Alexander Hall is a historian based at the University of Birmingham whose primary area of
LVC is hosting two ‘open evenings’ at the Leicester Adult Education College on Belvoir Street. Come and find out about our non-accredited courses for this Autumn, our Open Research Forums and learn more about Leicester Vaughan College Community Benefit Society.
Vaughan’s Open Research Forum is delighted that the opening Forum for 2018/2019 – ‘Barking in the wilderness’: Making the case for adult learning’ – will be a talk by Professor Sir Alan Tuckett. He will address the conundrum of why,
Title: Counselling and Relationship Skills This is a five week course designed to enable you to develop your communication skills and to help you in your relationships with others both in work and home settings. Cost: £130 Date: the course
Title: Learning to Look at Art: Looking at Paintings Workshop Cost: £35 Date: Saturday, 13 October 2018, 10am-1pm Location: Leicester Adult Education College, 54 Belvoir Street, Leicester. LE1 6QL Title: Learning to Read Poetry: An Introductory Workshop Cost: £35 Date:
Leicester Vaughan College will be hosting its first public talk to celebrate the Festival of Learning and Co-operatives Fortnight. The talk will be delivered by Dr Nalita James and Dr Hugh Busher, who are both experts in the field of adult education
We have four bursaries on offer for students taking our Counselling and Relationships Skills course which starts 18 April. The bursaries, of £100 each, are intended for those who would not otherwise be able to afford this course due to
On Saturday 20th January Leicester Vaughan College ‘opened its doors’ to its first students. They took part in a counselling workshop on ‘Secondary Trauma’ with tutor Tina Holt. The day school was held at Leicester Adult Education College, Belvoir Street.