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Open Events

01 Sep 2020

00:00 - 00:00

Our Virtual Open Event is accessible all year at: www.ahedopenevent.co.uk

24 Mar 2021

16:30 - 19:00

All Courses. Stoney Lane, Weeke.

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 

     Autumn 2020 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.

- Our Virtual Open Event will be open year round, please visit www.ahedopenevent.co.uk to browse courses, sample lessons and demonstrations, meet the tutors and more! Our usual Open Events (see dates to the left) will be running at Stoney Lane, with social distancing in place.

- AHED is now open Monday - Friday 09:00-17:00 for enquiries and Registry for enrolments 09:30 - 16:15.

- Important Covid-19 Update for Sept 2020: Please Read

We are following the government guidelines for FE colleges. With reference to the Government's new 'rule of six' effective from 14 September - Please note that education is among the limited exemptions of the rule. In light of this, AHED is open for all classes, courses and workshops. Most classes will resume face-to-face teaching for the normal duration. The following arrangements will be in place:

''- Staff and Students will be required to wear face coverings in all corridors and communal areas unless there is a medical reason why they should not. Students do not need to wear face coverings in lessons unless they wish to.

- Hand gel to be used on arrival.

- As much as we can, a one-way system in the building, stickers showing which side of the corridor to walk down (left-hand side of corridors).

- The café area will be closed.

- At the end of a lesson before leaving the classroom the staff member will spray cleaning fluid on tables and each student will wipe down their desk.

- Students are requested not to arrive too early or stay on site longer than necessary.

-If there were another full or local lockdown then staff would revert to delivery of lessons via Zoom/Moodle for the duration and you will be notified of these changes.

Please ensure that you check the AHED website, or if you have a college email account log in prior to attendance on site, as this will be the easiest way to for us to update you of any changes.

Thank you, keep safe and well.

Students who study at the Owen's Road site are advised to read the current information on their website by visiting the Sixth Form College Website.

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Click on the Moodle Logo to access Moodle.

Current students click here for web access to your email, network files and library software.

Current staff click here for web access to your email, staff intranets and virtual desktop.

Please note that the login option at the top of this page is for those applying and enrolling online.

In 2019, 70.5% of our BA/BSc students graduated with a first or 2.1 honours degree.

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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
  • Get a job & a degree in insurance
  • 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
  • Get an apprenticeship or degree apprenticeship

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