Our adult learning courses
Whether you are self-employed, work for a small business or a larger organisation, bookkeeping and accounting are valuable skills.
Our courses provide you with the knowledge, skills and competencies needed to support children to explore, experience and develop an understanding of the world around them.
A course in community interpreting could be the start of a new career for people who speak a native foreign language and have a good level of English as their second language.
Develop counselling skills to progress in your current job or take the firsts steps towards becoming a professional counsellor.
A wide range of creative courses in subjects including calligraphy, creative writing, drawing, painting, photography, sewing and knitting.
Gain the skills, confidence and knowledge to digitally manage your everyday life, enhance your CV or embark on a new career in a growing industry.
Improving your English, Maths or ESOL skills can lead to better life and career prospects.
Floristry and event planning are fun and inspiring. With many courses to choose from, we are sure to have something to suit you.
We offer courses to provide you with the knowledge and skills to work progress towards careers in a range of social care professions.
We offer a range of courses to tempt and widen your culinary skills and imagination in our purpose-built cookery room at our Civic Centre site.
No matter what your starting point, we have courses to help you to improve and maintain your health in a supportive and friendly atmosphere.
Gardening can be fun and inspiring. With many courses to choose from, we are sure to have something to suit you.
It's never too late to learn a new language, so why not start now with our friendly language courses.
From upcycling to homemade body care and clothing, we have courses that will make living sustainably an enjoyable and rewarding experience.
If you feel you are struggling with your own emotional health and wellbeing, why not try one of our free courses to help you help yourself on the road to recovery?