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Community engagement runs through everything we do and nowhere is that more evident than in our schools and family, and community interpreting courses. In both areas we offer a progression route into courses which are Level 3 accredited, and we also run courses to develop your volunteering skills, alongside community based courses to promote citizenship and democracy. Whether you are interested in developing qualifications relevant to work, wish to support your children as they grow up, or find some new ways to get involved in your community our community and family courses are a great way to start.

An introduction to volunteering with vulnerable adults View details

Ever wanted to become a volunteer working with vulnerable adults or to improve your skills as a volunteer? This is the course for you! This course will identify the key skills and responsibilities of a volunteer, recognise who may be vulnerable and explore confidentiality and safeguarding

British Culture and Society View details

On this course you will gain knowledge and understanding of life in Britain today. This will include learning about British customs and values, British history, laws and about the different countries that make up the United Kingdom. The course is 6 weeks long and it is desirable that learners have got at least Entry 2 level ESOL in order that they can understand the content and be able to participate by speaking and listening and also reading and writing.

British Culture and Society View details

On this course you will gain knowledge and understanding of life in Britain today. This will include learning about British customs and values, British history, laws and about the different countries that make up the United Kingdom. The course is 2 weeks long and it is desirable that learners have got at least Entry 2 level ESOL in order that they can understand the content and be able to participate by speaking and listening and also reading and writing.

Community Interpreting Initial Assessment - Level 1 View details

Community Interpreting: Public Services View details

Community Interpreters usually work within education, health, housing, immigration, social services and welfare benefits. This course is looking into how each of these Public Services is structured and funded, who is eligible to use the provision offered by each of these Public Services and the ways that these Public Services work with Community Interpreters.

Driving Test Theory View details

This is a course for those learning to drive, wishing to prepare for the online theory test element including the hazard perception section

Driving Test Theory View details

A course to enhance your learning, prepare you to take your Theory test. A chance to work through both parts and get a feel of the actual test before you book.

Family Learning pathway - Make a Mod Roc plant pot taster View details

Students will enjoy having fun engaging with their children to discuss, make and decorate a modroc plant pot using a variety of resources. Children can plant a seed to take home and nurture. Students will suppport their childs literacy, numeracy, communication, social deveopment, creative and learning skills through play.

Family Learning pathway -Make a Mod Roc plant pot taster View details

Students will have fun engaging with their children to discuss, make and decorate a modroc plant pot using a variety of resources. Children can plant a seed to take home and nurture. Students will support their childs literacy, numeracy, communication, social development, creative and learning skill through play.

Introduction to helping in a school - Pathways View details

A short course to find out how to support children’s learning.