Study Programme for 16-19 year olds

  • Croydon


CALAT is one of the largest adult education providers in the country offering more than 500 part-time courses every year in various venues across the borough of Croydon on behalf of Croydon Council.


Our award-winning provision has been delivering courses to residents in the borough for over 70 years. The programme includes a variety of recreational, academic, pre-vocational and vocational courses in childcare and teaching assistant training, creative arts, health and social care, business administration, ICT, languages, English and maths, English for speakers of other languages and courses for adults with learning disabilities.


We also work with businesses and employers to deliver training aimed at raising the skills level of employees and developing the workforce.



CALAT are able to offer individualised, study programmes to young people, including those with additional needs, which combine academic or vocational qualifications with English and Maths (where students have not yet achieved a GCSE Grade 4 or Grade C at GCSE), and work experience to give young people the opportunity to develop their career choices and to apply their skills in real working conditions.


The course

  • Weekly Zoom sessions with your tutor.
  • An opportunity to take part in a work placement within your chosen sector.
  • A wide array of courses available including: Business Admin, Practical horticulture skills and Health & Social Care.



Candidates must have access to a smart phone or laptop to be able to partake in a weekly Zoom sessions.



For further information, please register your interest and a member of the team will get in contact.


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