History of QAC
QAC can trace its history back to 1847 when the General Institution for the Blind was founded by Mary Badger and Elizabeth Harrold.
The first pupil was a small boy named John Dale, aged ten, the son of a tobacco-pipe maker living near Holloway Head, who lost his sight through smallpox.
What the students say
I like QAC because my course is very practical, well-structured and delivered at the right pace.
Jack - 17
Motor Vehicle Studies Student