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Welcome to Buckinghamshire Adult Learning

We offer interesting and exciting opportunities for adults to fulfil their ambitions, further their interests and achieve their potential through learning and training.

A broad programme of over 1,500 part-time courses and workshops, delivered from 140 locations across Buckinghamshire, means we have something to suit everyone. Courses range from one-day to one-year and we cover beginner through to advanced levels, offering daytime and evening flexibility.

Our tutors are dedicated and passionate about their subjects. Classes allow you to develop your skills, knowledge and confidence in an environment where both tutors and learners offer support and encouragement.



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Buckinghamshire Adult Learning
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Ofsted Grade - GOOD
Success Rate of Our Learners
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Black Friday Sale Week

Enrol for a workshop in December 2019 or a Term 2 or Term 3 course (courses running from 1 December 2019 – 31 July 2020) from Monday 25 to Friday 29 November and receive a 10% discount off your course. When you enrol the discount will be automatically applied to your account.

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Try an Adult Learning course for free this November

Buckinghamshire Adult Learning will be holding Try It, Love It, Learn It week again this November. You will be able to try an existing adult learning course for free from Monday 25 to Saturday 30 November. Join in with a class, meet the tutor and find out what students think about the course.Available on most […]

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Local community gather for a Great Get Together

On Friday 21 June, Buckinghamshire Adult Learning staff along with local partnerships (Quarrendon Street Association, Buckinghamshire County Council, Aylesbury Library and the Centre for Bucks Studies, St Peter’s Church, and Prevention Matters) organised a fabulous ‘bring & share’ tea party to celebrate the Great Get Together.They were joined by local residents, school children from Thomas Hickman Primary […]

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