Adult and family learning courses
Welcome to Adult Learning
Discover over 400 courses, ranging from improving your CV, keeping up to date with I.T, and exploring your creative side, learn a new language, improve your health, and much, much more.
Our courses are held in easy to access venues such as local libraries, schools, and community centres all over Worcestershire, our Adult Learning Team, who works within the Libraries and Learning services, will help inspire and enrich your life. Over 3000 adult learners have benefited from our universal learning programme, could you be one of them?
To inquire about a course, visit our booking website or contact your local library to register your interest.
Our government funded Community Learning courses are FREE for anyone of working age earning less than 17.5K per annum, for those on benefits such as Universal Credit or anyone aged 19-23 with fewer than 5 GCSE’s at A* to C. If you do not meet the concessions criteria for a free course you’ll find similar subjects available at a small cost per person listed within our Leisure suite.
Highly recommended. Fantastic tutors delivering excellent teaching and support in a relaxed and friendly environment.
Just passed my English functional skills at the Fairfield Centre in Worcester. Relaxing atmosphere, small classes, supportive staff and group members. I wasn't sure what to expect coming back to learning after a few years off but I really enjoyed the lessons, and I looked forward to Tuesday evenings. Would highly recommend learning here!
I have been learning British Sign Language and it has been great. I've learned more than I thought I could. I recommend this to everyone.
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