Free courses in Buckinghamshire
Try It, Love It, Learn It
Join in with an adult learning course for FREE from Monday 24 – Friday 28 February 2020
Join in with the course and meet the tutor. Available on a range of Arts & Crafts, Language, Health & Fitness courses around Buckinghamshire.
Enrolments for the free taster week open on Monday 27 January until Friday 7 February at 12 noon. Please call during these dates to book your free taster on 01296 383582.
The full list of courses you can try will be posted here on Monday 27 January.
If you would like to try a language class but you’re not sure what your level is, self-assess yourself.
Term 3 Sale
Book a course between Monday 2 and Saturday 7 March and receive a 10% discount on a course in Term 3. (Courses starting from 20 April 2020 – 31 July 2020)
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- Adult Learning Awards 2019
- Cake Decorating
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- Flower Arranging
- Great Get Together 2019
- Interior Design
- Jewellery Making
- Oil Painting
- Portrait Painting
- Quarrendon Adult Learning Centre Opening Event
- Stained Glass
Buckinghamshire Adult Learning will be holding Try It, Love It, Learn It week again this February. You will be able to try an existing adult learning course for free from Monday 24 to Friday 28 February. Join in with a class, meet the tutor and find out what students think about the course. Available on […]
Join us for a business breakfast meeting on Thursday 6 February with Buckinghamshire Adult Learning to find out how grow your existing talent with apprenticeship funding. 7.30-8am Tea, coffee and breakfast will be provided 8-8.30am Presentation 8.30-9am Opportunity for networking No matter how small or large your organisation, the investment in skills development will motivate […]
We’re delighted with our Ofsted report following a short inspection in Nov 19, found us to be a ‘Good’ adult learning provider. The inspectors found that, “As a result of good quality teaching and assessment, learners and apprentices develop new and useful skills and knowledge.” Read the full report here: https://files.ofsted.gov.uk/v1/file/50135282