Our range of flexible qualifications can be delivered in a variety of learning environments and can help support learner induction, personal development and employability.

Why deliver short courses?

  • They are easy to take up and deliver year round.
  • Ideal for learners aged 14-19 and 19+ to support employability and career development.
  • Can be delivered as part of a programme of study.
  • Can support personal development and wellbeing.
  • Can be used for staff Continuing Professional Development (CPD).
  • Helps you to meet new Ofsted requirements 

Do you receive an Adult Education Budget?

Attract learners by taking advantage of the government's new policy offering free courses for low earners. Qualifications up to Level 2 may be fully funded for learners who are employed and on low incomes up to £16,009.50 gross.

Short courses are also ideal to fill the gap in any underspend in your AEB budget.

Personalised packages

OCN London can work with you to tailor your qualifications package for learners. You will also receive personalised support from our specialist team and gain access to free learning resources for many units.

Remote Learning

Our short course qualifications are fit for online delivery. Centres can host the course contents on any online learning platform of their choice. If you would like information on how to convert a face-to-face course into a ‘remotely’ accessed course, please contact us and we'll be happy to help.

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Short courses for learners

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Adult Education Learner Journey Digital Skills SMSC Development
Adult Education Learner Journey Digital Skills and Mobile Apps Qualifications Integrated ESOL Pathways
Health and Wellbeing Safeguarding SMSC Development
Health and Wellbeing Qualifications Qualification in Leadership Skills British Values and Citizenship,

Prevent Duty Awareness and Safeguarding Qualifications

Anatomy of a learner Youth Violence  
Anatomy of a Learner Addressing Youth Violence Qualifications