If you have few or no qualifications but want to get back into learning then read on to see the extensive range of options available.
Adults often have a range of valuable skills and knowledge gained through life and work. That's why having few or no qualifications is not necessarily a barrier to getting on to a course providing you are motivated and can cope with the academic level needed.
Before you start exploring your options you will need to think carefully about the type of course that will best suit your current learning needs and your ambitions for the future.
If you are interested in doing a higher education level course, either now or in the future, get help and advice on the best place to start. You can get help from the university or college you wish to apply to, often through Student Services, or general careers advice from the National Careers Service.
To find out whether you already have skills and experiences that will be valued in higher education level study complete the Lifepilot's HE Skills Map Tool
On the left hand side of this page you will see some of the ways you can get started on the journey to higher level study with few or no qualifications.