Whether you’re keen to learn new skills, develop your expertise or take your first steps towards a career in social care and public services, Morley offers a range of courses to support you on your learning journey.

Our introductory courses provide a taster of the sector by allowing you the opportunity to study for just one term, without having to make the commitment to a year-long course. Our Advanced Level courses, which run over one or two years, can provide a pathway to progress to university or apply for a promotion at work.

Social Care and Public Services at Morley College London is proud to be associated with a number of leading bodies including The Kings Fund, British Transport Police, The Royal College of Midwifery and London South Bank. All of our accredited courses are from industry and internationally recognised exam boards including Pearson, CACHE City and Guilds and CPCAB. 

Health and Social Care

This programme includes courses for learners who are currently working in health and social care and wish to improve their qualifications to progress in the work setting or go on to study further at university. There are also classes for students who wish to learn more about the sector and need qualifications.

Counselling

Students enrol on counselling courses for a range of reasons. Some people wish to dip their toes in the water and learn skills that will help them in everyday life, while others study to obtain specific qualifications to become counsellors. We offer a wide programme, ranging from short introductory courses to those providing qualifications to run your own private practice. We also have bespoke business planning courses to help you set up your own counselling business.

If you have any questions, please email Sara Stanton – sara.stanton@morleycollege.ac.uk