Adult Education at Aquinas College

Aquinas College provides an extensive range of courses for adults in our state-of the-art facilities in the heart of the Stockport community.

We offer a variety of leisure courses and examination courses on Monday and Tuesday evenings. For further information and a copy of our programme call our team on 0161 419 9163.

Emma Bradbury, Head of Adult Education


Latest News


Adult Eduction Evening Courses Brochure -September 2015

If you are thinking of returning to education or you are interested in starting a new interest, learning a new language, lets see if we can help!
Our Adult Education evening courses brochure is available to download below.  
Telephone: 0161 419 9163 to request a copy to be emailed or posted to you, or
email: [email protected]


Applications for Access to Higher Education and GCSEs

Access to Higher Education Diploma - September 2016:  the application form will be available on our Access to HE page from Wednesday 13th January 2016

GCSE English, Mathematics, Psychology and Science - September 2016:  the application form will be availalbe on our GCSE page from Wednesday 13th April 2016

Brochure 2015-16

View the current adult education brochure or click the link to download below.

Adult Education Brochure - 2015-16

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Contact details

0161 419 9163
(Adult Education Helpline)

 0161 483 3237
(College switchboard)

[email protected]


Skills Health Check

The National Careers Service is offering a Skills Health Check. This quick process will help identify skills that will enhance your profile.

Click here to start the Skills Health Check

Stockport CES

If you are unable to find what you are looking for in our brochure or on the Adult Education website, there may be something available within the Stockport Continuing Education Service programme.

You can find details of their courses online:

Or you can telephone the freephone helpline: 0800 389 0804.