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further education programmes at asphaleia training this september

asphaleia training offers mainstream further education for young people living in West Sussex. We have a learning centre based in Worthing town centre that provides a calm and focused environment for students to learn in.

Below is a brief description of each further education programme prospective students can apply to join this September. Please explore our website or contact us for any further information.

on track 2 work - maths, English and employability

On Track 2 Work is an education programme for 16-18 year olds wishing to prepare for their next steps into further study or work. It offers recognised qualifications in English, maths and employability, as well as careers planning and workplace experiences. Young people will develop essential skills for employment, including confidence building, problem-solving, collaboration and communication.


The programme runs from September to July every year, with opportunities to start throughout the year. 

on track ESOL

On Track ESOL is an education programme for 16-18 year olds who speak English as a second language. It offers English and maths qualifications, personal and social skills development, careers education and awareness of UK culture and British values. Students will learn the essential skills and knowledge needed to progress into higher level study.


The programme runs from September to July every year, with opportunities to start throughout the year. 

multiply 4 work - numeracy for 19+

Multiply offers easy access to free numeracy courses and initiatives that can help people brush up their maths skills and become more confident with numbers. Whether they need help in managing their bills, budgeting or they want to improve their potential at work.

Multiply 4 Work will be a free numeracy course that will include employability skills and the opportunity to connect with local employers in the hospitality, retail, and healthcare sectors.

multiply for work poster

multiply flatmate - numeracy for care leavers

Multiply Flatmate is for care leavers or young people who are about to leave care and are aged 19-29. It's a free money management programme tailored to the individual that can help them manage their personal and household finances, including housing costs, benefits, and paying bills.

The programme can also support young people with creating budgets and shopping economically. As well as informing them about banking and saving as well as young people's entitlements as care leavers.

To find out more about what it's like to study at asphaleia, please visit our further education and training page.


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