Recovery College - timetable
Classroom Courses Sep - Dec 2022
Our timetable for Sep - Dec 2022 is now available to view here.We also have a range of sessions specifically designed for Friends, Family & Carers and a six session course on life after domestic abuse.
How to Book
To book a course you first need to be registered with the college, which you can do by completing our online registration form. To find out if you’re eligible to register with the college check out our eligibility criteria first. We recommend that students chose no more than three courses to book at any one time.
In line with COVID guidance and with the added factor of community venue access, some courses may be relocated or will be delivered via MS Teams at short notice. Please pay close attention to the timetable and your booking confirmation to ensure you know where/how your course is being delivered.
For sessions delivered in person, numbers per class have been reduced and while masks are no longer mandatory, we are happy for you to continue wearing your mask should you prefer.
Note: In order to be fair to all students, if you miss more than one session of a course you may not be able to continue with the remaining sessions. It is important that you contact the college immeditately after missing a session to check whether you can continue with your course - a decision will be made based on the complexity and sensitivity of that course.
For those who prefer a classroom environment but want to learn from home, we run a number of interactive webinars each week via MS Teams. These are available to everyone (registered or not). Groups are limited to between 6 and 8 per session, so if you're interested in attending one of the sessions below just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, remembering to provide your full name and telephone number:
Due to the Summer Holidays we will not be runnig any webinars.
The next set of webinars will start W/C 5th September.
Bookings are on a first come first served basis, and we advertise new session dates regularly on this page, so check back to see what's coming up in future weeks. If you'd like to know more about what each of our webinars covers click here .
For those who wish to continue to learn from home, we will be continuing with our webinars, and of course the E-Learning Hub; a multi-media resource for all the latest online content the college has to offer. There's no need to be registered with the college to access this service.
Our face to face courses run over three terms each year. Each new timetable is published approximately one month before it begins:
January to April
April to July
If you have any queries about our courses and want to talk to someone to find out if they are suitable for you, please contact us.