At Adult Learning we are committed to providing you with high quality information and advice about learning opportunities with us. We will also signpost you to other agencies like the National Careers Service, which offers free guidance to adults relating to learning and work.
Information, Advice and Guidance
Information, Advice and Guidance
Are you thinking of enrolling on one of our courses?
For each course we provide a Course Information Sheet (CIS) to help you pick the right course for you. The CIS will tell you if you need any skills, experience or qualifications to join the course or if it is for complete beginners. It will also give you details of what you can expect to learn and if you need to bring anything with you to your first class.
To access a CIS online, click on Learning Areas. Once you have found a course that you are interested in, you will see the course information displayed on the screen. If you don’t find all the information you need, please phone us on 01296 382403 and our staff will answer your questions or put you in touch with our curriculum specialists for further information or advice.
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Have a look through our brochure which provides introductions to the different subject areas that we offer.
Phone us on 01296 382403 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We are here to provide you with free and impartial information and advice about learning opportunities that may suit you.
If you would like to improve your English or Maths, phone us on 01494 475975 or 01296 398957. We ask you to come and meet us before starting a course as this helps us make sure that the course is right for you.
Try out some courses free…
- In June and November each year we run a ‘Try It, Love it, Learn it’ week, which gives you the chance to come along to an existing class and try it for free. This offer is available on a range of art and craft, language, fitness, health and leisure courses and is advertised well in advance on the homepage of the website.
- If you would like to join a language class, book a place on a free ‘find your level’ session that runs each September. For more information, phone 01296 382403.
Other learning providers for adults in Buckinghamshire
If we don’t offer what you are looking for, click here and choose ‘Information about education in Buckinghamshire’ for website links to local colleges and universities.
For guidance to help you make decisions about learning and work visit the Adviza website which supports young people and adults and provides information on behalf of the National Careers Service in Buckinghamshire. They can also be contacted on phone 0118 402 7050 or email email@example.com
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