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Open Events

24 Mar 2021

16:30 - 19:00

Due to the covid pandemic, this will be a virtual open event with opportunity to sign up to live webinars and view sample lessons online. More details will be available shortly.

09 Jun 2021

16:30 - 19:00

All Courses. Stoney Lane, Weeke.

05 Jul 2021

16:30 - 19:00

All courses. Stoney Lane, Weeke.

 University Prospectus PDF 

     University Prospectus
     For details of our degree programmes.

 

Course Brochure PDF 

     Spring 2021 Course Brochure
     For information about all of our courses, please check relevant sections above.Interactive brochure to follow.

 

 

To request hard copies, please email us at ahed@psc.ac.uk or check main supermarkets near you in and around Winchester.

Leisure students should note that new Leisure courses are added to the website regularly and so these may not be listed in the brochure. You are therefore advised to check the Leisure sections online for the most current list of courses on offer.

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Peter Symonds College Adult & Higher Education Division, Stoney Lane, Weeke, Winchester, SO22 6DR - 01962 886166 - ahed@psc.ac.uk.

Please Note: The Adult and HE Division will re-open on March 15th for higher and further education students studying hair, beauty, complementary, sports massage therapy and sport injury. This is because these are assessed practical subjects requiring on site specialist equipment.

With the exception of students studying for degrees, all students will return w/c 19th April, directly after the Easter Holiday. However, we do not know what testing regime will be in place at that time. We will however email current students and update this post as soon as we do know.

We hope that the remaining Higher Education students will also return to college after the Easter holiday on 19th April. However, we are awaiting further government guidance as they have stated the return of HE students will be reviewed by the end of the Easter holidays.

In the meantime staff are still working remotely, so please email us with your enquiry and we will reply as soon as is possible.

If you wish to contact AHED with a general enquiry, please email Reception on ahed@psc.ac.uk or for any enrolment query please email Registry on ahed.registry@psc.ac.uk

The Centre phones - Reception - 01962 886166 and Registry 01962 889547 - both have answerphones. If you call please leave a clear message with your name, enquiry details and an email address, especially if you are a new student, so that we can get back to you in the most efficient way. Your enquiry will be dealt with as promptly as we are able to.

NB: IT IS NOW POSSIBLE TO ENROL FOR LEISURE COURSES ONLINE and Summer term courses and workshops are now available. AHED leisure courses will continue to run virtually, where this is possible. Practical courses and workshops will not start now until w/c 19 April, subject to govt. guidelines; Exercise classes will not return to the Centre until w/c 17 May - again subject to govt. guidelines. For students wanting an application or enrolment form, please click the links below alternatively call or email us ahed@psc.ac.uk so we can send you one.

Once AHED is reopened fully the AHED office hours will be Monday - Friday 09:00-17:00.

Click here for an FE Application Form  or an FE Enrolment form . Once complete, please send a scanned copy to ahed@psc.ac.uk or refer to our How to Enrol section for the Freepost address.

If you would like to apply for a Foundation Degree or Degree course, please email ahed@psc.ac.ukfor an HE Application Form.

Students who study at the Owen's Road site are advised to visit the Sixth Form College Website.

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At AHED (the Adult & Higher Education Division of Peter Symonds College) you can:

  • Study for a university degree whilst you continue to earn, even if you do not have the traditional entry criteria
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  • Train for a new career or profession
  • Develop new skills
  • Gain the entry criteria to go to university
  • Find a new leisure activity
  • Enhance your language skills
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