The Manchester College offers specialist courses for young people (aged 16-25) with learning difficulties.

Our learners develop their independence and work skills in a supportive, friendly environment. They can learn and build their confidence at their own pace.

Next stop - work!

Have a look at our video about young people who have taken the next step
into work.

Enquiries and how to apply

For full details, please read our booklet, 'Courses for Learners with Learning Difficulties' (downloadable pdf).

Case study

Chris working at the Royal Eye Hospital
Chris completed an Entry 2 course and supported employment programme with The Manchester College. He now has a job as an administrative assistant at the Royal Eye Hospital. Chris...

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