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Find the perfect course for you by browsing ‘courses’ from the main menu bar.
Make sure of your choice by reading the course information online and looking at our Terms and conditions. We are always happy to provide an enrolment pack if you would prefer.
When you have read through the information and decided that you would like to enrol, here’s how…
You can enrol and pay online for most of our leisure and non-accredited courses. If this is the first time you have used the site, you will have to register. If you are a returning customer you will have to login, don't worry if you cannot remember your password as there is an option to reset your password.
Call the team on 01752 660713. We will take your details and payment by card over the phone. You can only enrol by telephone if you are paying the full course fee.
Come along and meet the team at our Learning Hub, Hyde Park House, Mutley Plain, Plymouth PL4 6LF.
Send your completed and signed enrolment form (along with proof of a relevant benefit) to On Course South West, Hyde Park House, Mutley Plain, Plymouth PL4 6LF. Cheques made payable to Plymouth City Council.
To avoid disappointment, do not leave it until the last moment to apply.
I managed to pass my GCSE, probably one of the oldest learners at age 64. Now I’m looking to get back into learning and hopefully take an A level in maths.”
Studying English Functional Skills, I now have an improved confidence and I can walk around with my head held high.
Helped me find the real me. I now have the confidence and the qualification to find myself a job. Thank you to my tutors who believed in me and pushed me to my limits it sure has paid off.
I have now passed both my functional skills courses and am currently studying for GCSE’s. I must admit it’s much better and I am way more confident.”
I started learning Functional Skills with On Course. I’ve since found work with a charity and am so proud of my qualifications.
Passing my GCSE made me feel super chuffed and means I can now go on to study an access course.
The course is very lovely, I’m now enjoying more learning to work with children. I’ve learned that we can make a difference.
Everybody’s really welcoming, and nobody judges you, and you can be who you want to be. It’s just a great way to get going.
I’ve just received my results and have passed both my GCSE English & Maths. I left school in 1988. Getting the chance to redo them was a great opportunity for me. Such a good feeling to have passed, onwards and upwards for me.