Adult Learning enrolments for spring term 2021
Due to the current situation with COVID-19, our centres are currently closed for classroom-based learning. We are moving as many classes as possible online so learning can continue.
There are lots of topics to choose from across arts, craft, design and textiles, general studies, languages, computer and work skills, healthy living, cookery and social sciences. There really is something for everyone to be able to explore your potential.
Our free courses are: Community Outreach, Family Learning and Passport to Wellbeing and Skills for Work. Henrietta Parker Trust courses are subsidised at £20 per course.
Courses and workshops run across the spring term from January to March, with varying start dates depending on the course.
Enrolments are on a first-come, first-served basis and close 4 working days prior to each course start date.
Please note that booking for all courses is online. We are unable to take bookings and payments in our centres during the COVID-19 pandemic. If you have difficulties booking online, you can call our Customer Service Team on 0300 200 1044.
Please read about discounts and refunds terms and conditions.
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English and Maths
Enrolment for January 2021 English and Maths Functional Skills courses open in December 2020.
Enrolment for January 2021 ESOL classes open in January 2021.
ESOL - English to speakers of other languages
If you are interested in ESOL courses please email your name, contact details and the course you are interested in to email@example.com. We will then contact you about our Initial Assessment and Guidance arrangements.
We run a Supported Learning programme for adults with learning disabilities. If you want to find out more please email firstname.lastname@example.org, stating your name and contact details and we will be in touch to arrange an Information, Advice and Guidance appointment.
Our Family Learning courses are free to parents and carers, including grandparents, who want support to be able to help their child with school, homework and behaviour issues. You can sign up online for Family Learning courses or email email@example.com for more information.
Passport to Wellbeing
Our Passport to Wellbeing courses are specifically designed for adults with mild mental health issues. Find out more about our Passport to Wellbeing courses.
Community Outreach offers a range of support for people with life challenges such as homelessness, unemployment, on low and income support. Find out more about our Community Outreach courses.
Skills for Work
We have created a new range of Skills for Work courses, designed to help build confidence in topics such as CV writing and interview skills. Find out more about our Skills for Work courses.