what's on offer
next open day
Thursday 14th July, 3pm-6pm
Our open days take place at our centre in Worthing town centre and our facility in The Track in Bognor train station.
There is more information below about what's on offer in an open day for each service. To find out when our next one is taking place, please register your interest using the form below.
If you're passionate about seeing young people reach their full potential, like us, then you might like to keep up to date with any upcoming events and updates about our services by getting an email or two straight into your inbox.
for our further education programmes
You'll have the opportunity to see our learning centre and take a tour of our classrooms. You can also meet some students and possibly join in with a creative workshop. We hope to have our Student Ambassador on hand as well to provide a friendly welcome.
Members of our teaching team will be present to answer any questions you have about our programmes and explain fully what we offer to young people in both Worthing and our other site in Bognor.
We realise it's not always possible to attend these events and we accept new students at any time throughout the year, so please contact us if you would like to come and visit at another more suitable time.
for our 16+ accommodation and outreach services
Our services manager and/or other members of the team will be available at our open day event to explain about the 16+ accommodation services we offer young people in West Sussex.
You'll be able to ask questions, find out about the independent living resources we use to equip residents and prepare them for independence, and hear about our properties and the support we provide.
for our fostering agency
You'll have the chance to meet a supervising social worker and/or our agency manager. They will be able to introduce you to our agency and explain how we are uniquely positioned within an organisation that offers wraparound services to children and young people, which children in our fostering placements can benefit from.
If you're interested in being a foster carer, this is a great opportunity to come and have your questions answered and discuss the application process. You could even get the ball rolling by taking the first steps in your application.
It also may be possible to meet one or two of our carers and hear about their experience of fostering and being an asphaleia carer.