Enrolment

How to enrol on an adult learning course.

 Term dates

Term dates for adult learning courses in Northamptonshire.

 Fees and refunds

Fees and refunds information for adult learning in Northamptonshire.

 Disabilities and additional needs

Accessibility information for learners with disabilities and additional needs.

 Moodle learner login

Moodle is a virtual learning environment where learners and tutors can log in to access course information and supporting documents. 

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 Safeguarding and Prevent

Safeguarding is everybody's business.

We are committed to providing a safe and welcoming environment for all learners and staff.

Reporting a safeguarding concern

Abuse can be physical, sexual, emotional, financial, discriminatory or organisational. It can include neglect, domestic violence, self-neglect and modern slavery. If you feel unsafe, or witness something that you do not feel comfortable with, please report it immediately:

  • Talk to your tutor or other staff member
  • Contact the Adult Learning Service's designated Safeguarding Officer, Helen Doel or the Deputy Safeguarding Officers, Tania Sowerby and Teresa Humpage on 01604 367119

You can also contact the Safeguarding Adult team. If the concern is urgent, contact the Customer Service Centre on 0300 126 1000, option 2. The Emergency Duty Team can be contacted outside office hours on 01604 626 938.

If a child or adult is in immediate danger, or missing, you should contact the police directly and/or an ambulance using 999. The non-emergency number for the police is 101.

If you do contact the customer service centre or the police directly please inform the Adult Learning Service's Safeguarding Officer when you can. This will ensure that support is available if needed, and that our records are up to date.

The Samaritans

If you are concerned about your emotional wellbeing, or if you are concerned a person may be at risk of harming themselves, please contact The Samaritans.

Call 116 123 or visit The Samaritans website.

Prevent

Prevent is one of the elements of the government's counter terrorism strategy.

We have a duty to help protect learners from being radicalised. Radicalisation is the process through which a person comes to support or be involved in extremist ideologies. It can result in a person becoming drawn into terrorism and is in itself a form of harm.

If you are worried about someone showing signs of being radicalised or if you hear something that could be terrorist related report it:

  • Talk to your tutor or other staff member
  • Contact the Adult Learning Service's designated Safeguarding Officer, Helen Doel or the Deputy Safeguarding Officers, Tania Sowerby and Teresa Humpage on 01604 367119

Keeping safe online

Our online safety guide contains information about staying safe online.

The NSPCC and Get Safe websites contain guidance to support you and your family to stay safe online.