Whether your goal this year is to gain an essential qualification in English and maths or you are learning a new skill for your own personal development in ICT, languages or arts and crafts, we are delighted to support you with your learning journey. Call us on freephone 0800 988 0308 to talk about what GoLearn can offer you!
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From technical skills to creative arts, life skills to professional qualifications, your lived experiences are the foundations of good teaching, and the Level 3 Award in Education and Training is the qualification you need to start building your career.
Digital Skills are the gateway to life and work. Whether you are a complete beginner or want to grow your skills we have something for you! Our courses can give you both recognised qualifications that employers are looking for, and useful skills for everyday life. Search Digital Skills Courses
Discover a new passion for creativity or get fitter this year by taking part in a course from the Learning for Wellbeing programme. On our courses, you will find a like-minded, supportive community, build confidence, make new friendships and a lot more.
Family Learning classes are taught at libraries, Children’s Family and Wellbeing Centres, schools, online and in the community. Courses are designed to help you support your child’s education journey, by learning how your child is taught in school while you also develop your own knowledge.
We offer a wide range of courses for adults with learning disabilities, providing opportunities for individuals to develop skills and knowledge in key areas including: Health and wellbeing Work and volunteering Independence Creativity Engaging with the community Communication Numeracy Literacy Search LLDD Courses
Over the last few years, I have completed many of the Family Learning courses, such as Story Sacks and Making Sense of KS1 Maths. I have found these courses immensely helpful in terms of being able to support my own children with their early learning of both literacy and numeracy. A particular benefit of the teaching methods of the Family Learning courses, is that children are encouraged to learn alongside their parents – the courses are fully inclusive.”
“The biggest barrier was my confidence to be able to develop a professional looking website. After a few weeks of head scratching to get to grips with the basics it just clicked, and I was able to not only do the things Maxine [Tutor] had showed us during the course but I also had the confidence to learn additional things for myself such as WooCommerce.”
Millie and Tracey wanted to develop a basic understanding of British Sign Language. They didn’t have anyone in their immediate family who used sign language however, they felt it would be a very useful skill to have in their day-to-day lives. They also wanted to better understand the deaf community.