Here’s a challenge – you could win the whole cost of your GCSE or A Level courses! Oxbridge is offering this amazing chance – just tell them why you want to win! See the Oxbridge website here to find out how to enter – and we wish you luck!
Ofqual – Advice for teachers, trainers and tutors; learners, parents and carers; employers and professional bodies on vocational and technical qualifications, and general qualifications other than GCSEs, AS and A levels, Extended Project Qualifications and Advanced Extension Award in maths.
Association of Distance Learning Colleges – we and all our Member Colleges are still in business.
The Chairman and Council of ABCC has taken the difficulty decision to postpone the AGM, which was due to take place on 31st March.
Oxbridge picked up the Gold Award for ‘Best Use of Blended Learning: UK Commercial Sector’ at the Learning Technologies Awards 2019.
Here’s a radical idea, discussed at our last Council meeting. We are thinking of changing the name of the Association. ‘ABCC’, no longer standing for the original Association of British Correspondence Colleges, was adopted a few years ago and seemed like a good idea at the time, but we find that it doesn’t describe what […]
Chris Middleton, student with Oxbridge and winner of ABCC’s Certificate of Merit, described what led him to discovering and profiting by distance learning.
Emi Darnton used her first maternity leave to retrain and gain the skills needed to set up her own business. She says “I was delighted in April 2018 to be made a fellow of the ICB, something that makes me proud and highlights the successful career I have made with the help of Ideal Schools.”
To inspire you, we’ve got a list of famous people who went back to education after they became household names. Some of these celebrities have the most recognisable faces in the world, but they didn’t let that stop them from getting their degrees and bettering themselves.
Student’s success in travel trade – “I could never have achieved this without your holiday rep course and the knowledge, training and tips it gave me.”
#AdultEducation100 November 2019 will mark the centenary of the Ministry of Reconstruction’s Final Report on Adult Education. This report set the groundwork for a liberal approach to adult education for the rest of the 20th century. Its centenary is, we believe, a vital opportunity to reflect on the needs and possibilities for adult education today […]
T Levels are courses that will be on a par with A levels and will provide young people with a choice between technical and academic education post 16. Courses in construction, digital, education and childcare will be first taught from September 2020. A further 22 courses will be rolled out in stages from 2021, which […]