Short Courses and Certificates of Competence

Writtle University College offers a variety of short courses from professionally accredited for technical skills to craft and hobby courses.

Our short courses are offered throughout the year; generally the more professional courses are available during the working week with the leisure courses running in the evenings and weekends. Some courses are seasonal and others run more frequently.

Short courses are a great way of enhancing your career prospects by improving key skills, contributing towards Continued Professional Development (CPD) or even as a very unique gift!

Why study a short course at Writtle?

Our expert short course team organise courses which meet industry needs and recognise recent trends. We consistently review our training to ensure we offer the latest skills and specialist knowledge. Participants on our short courses will have access to:

  • Knowledgeable teaching staff, many with industry experience
  • Specialist equipment, materials and facilities
  • Hands-on practical experience
  • Opportunities to take your skills one step further
  • Friendly and supportive short course team
  • Free parking on campus for all short courses

To view our short courses simply click on your chosen subject area, then click on each course title for a full description and scroll to the bottom of page for availability. Should you wish to make a booking please click the book now button where you will receive automatic confirmation and a receipted invoice.

Bespoke courses can be developed for specific industry needs and may be delivered at your chosen location. For more information please contact the office on shortcourses@writtle.ac.uk or 01245 424286/7.

Special Education Needs and Disability - Short Courses

Prospective students who have a learning difficulty and/or disability that may affect their studies should inform the University College as soon as possible. Appropriate reasonable adjustments could then be considered. It may also be possible to organise additional learning/study support (such as note-taking or communicator support) through Writtle University College's Learner Services Department. However, please note that this would be dependent on availability of suitably qualified staff and (as short courses are run on a full-cost basis) the costs of that support being met directly by the student or their sponsor.

For further details please contact Learner Services on student.support@writtle.ac.uk or 01245 424200 ext 25742.