Community learning courses
What's on offer?
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Leisure, health and wellbeing
A wide range of course to enable adults to develop and discover skills or interests, and to improve their health and wellbeing.
A wide range of courses designed for adults who have learning difficulties and/or disabilities and adults who have had long-term mental ill health who require more bespoke and supported delivery.
These courses are designed for adults who want to develop skills to support their family's wellbeing and increase parental engagement with their children's education.
These courses are designed for adults to up-skill and re-skill to gain and improve employment opportunities, develop confidence and skills in English and/or Maths, and develop entrepreneurial skills.
These courses are designed for adults to use digital devices and technology more effectively, support individuals to stay safe online and to access online services.
STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths)
These courses are designed for adults to up-skill and re-skill to gain and improve employment opportunities specifically within the science industries, techology industries, engineering and construction, and mathematical focused industries.
These accredited courses are designed for adults to progress further in their learning to improve future employment opportunities within the following areas:
- Employability, including English and Maths
- Digital Skills
- Supported Learning
- STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths)
Awards and certificates are from Entry Level 1 to Level 2.
IT and ESOL (including courses leading to accredited qualifications)
We also offer countywide courses which lead to a qualification up to level 1. Some of these courses are short and are aimed at adults who are unemployed and/or returning to learning after a long break. Some are aimed at those learning to use the computer, tablets, the internet, and email safely.
Additional support is available if you need it to make sure you achieve the qualification.
These courses may be free depending on your circumstances.
How are the courses delivered?
We deliver our courses via:
- The direct delivery unit (our in-house provider)
- Other council departments
- External providers, including colleges.
The direct delivery unit delivers courses in:
For further information regarding courses available, please contact the Community Learning Service:
Phone: 01785 278770