All kinds of daytime, evening and even weekend courses are on offer in community venues across the borough from maths, English and computer skills to music, dance and arts and crafts. There are also many ways to get back into learning or employment through vocational, traineeship or apprenticeship programmes.
Councillor Peter Mason, cabinet member for prosperity, skills, employment and transformation, said: “Learning never stops. If you’re yearning to unleash that inner untapped creative talent you’ve got, get your tongue around the language of your favourite holiday destination, or supercharge your CV, make a commitment before the end of summer to do something about it.
“If you’ve got the desire, we’ve got the courses to help you get inspired, creative and qualified.”
Ealing adult learning has had great feedback from a recent Ofsted Inspection, which commended it for its high standards of teaching, learning and assessment. Tutors give a lot of encouragement and positive verbal feedback to learners that helps build their confidence and skills.
To get started just pick up a course guide from any local Ealing library and community venue or download it from www.ealing.gov.uk/adultlearning. The quickest way to enrol, book a pre-course assessment and pay for a course is also online.
To book a course, visit www.ealing.gov.uk/adultlearning and complete the online enrolment form, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 8825 5577 Monday to Friday 10am to 2pm.