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We have courses at a variety of levels for English, maths and digital skills, including English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL). We offer initial assessments for all of our English, maths and ESOL classes so that you are placed on the right course for you, and our tutors provide support and encouragement to help you progress. Our courses are designed around you, so you’ll learn the skills that are relevant to your life and you’ll be able to progress towards qualifications at the pace that suits you. Our digital courses include beginner computer skills and courses to develop your skills in particular areas like Word, Excel or using email. We also run digital courses to get you started and active on social media and to help you make the most of your phone or tablet. All courses are open to everyone and the tutor will work with you to make sure you are able to learn what is most relevant to your particular needs.

Basic Computer Skills View details

Suitable for the complete beginner just getting started with computers as well as those with some basic experience wanting to refresh and extend their skills and explore other applications and uses of computers. Covering the popular Microsoft Office programmes and such options as using the internet or working with audio or video.

Beginners Digital Skills View details

This is a non-accredited course which is a practical and flexible way of improving your IT skills using devices and handling information. You will create and edit documents, create an email account, compose, reply and forward messages, attach and download files and learn how to buy securely online. At the end of the course learners will gain confidence in their IT skills, communicate with friends and family via email as well as shop online.

Beginners Digital Skills View details

If you are a beginner and need help getting started on a computer, or need to improve your current skills, then explore our Beginners Digital Skills courses to get you started on your journey. This is a non-accredited course which is a practical and flexible way of improving your IT skills using devices and handling information. You will create and edit documents, create an email account, compose, reply and forward messages, attach and download files and learn how to buy securely online. At the end of the course learners will gain confidence in their IT skills, communicate with friends and family via email as well as shop online.

Beginners Digital Skills View details

This is a non-accredited course which is a practical and flexible way of improving your IT skills using devices and handling information. You will create and edit documents, create an email account, compose, reply and forward messages, attach and download files and learn how to buy securely online. At the end of the course learners will gain confidence in their IT skills, communicate with friends and family via email as well as shop online.

Beginners Digital Skills Part 3 View details

If you are a beginner and need help getting started on a computer, or need to improve your current basic computing skills, explore our basic computing courses to get you started on your journey. This is a non-accredited course and a practical and flexible way of improving your ICT skills using Office 2010.

Buying and Selling Online View details

The course will provide students with the confidence to use the internet independently for online buying and selling. They will be able to browse for goods and services on several websites, check stock availability and reserve items for collection. They will learn how to set up a PayPal account and make purchases using this method. Students will also learn how to market products for sale, writing descriptions and taking photographs to advertise them on the internet. Students will be able to set up online accounts for websites in order that they may use them to buy and sell goods and services. This is a fun course in a safe environment and students work in groups to share learning.

Computer skills for work - Pathways View details

This course provides a good grounding in the everyday uses of computers and the internet in a relaxed and friendly environment. The course will cover using email (including attachments), finding information on the internet, saving and filing documents on Windows computers and Apple and Android devices. The students will gain the knowledge and confidence to perform everyday tasks independently. Every student is catered for individually and equipment and materials are provided.

Computer Skills Workshop View details

Come and learn how to use a computer and boost your computer confidence. Find out how to stay safe online, save money, use online forms, use email and search the internet and more. If you have some ICT skills but would like to know more of a particular application or media, then come along; this is the course for you.

Computer Workshop View details

A flexible course to learn basic computer skills or build on computer skills already achieved, access the Internet safely, create email account and use email safely, build on skills using some of the applications within the Microsoft Office Suite to create, format and edit documents or create a CV. There will be opportunity if required for anyone wanting to access the apps on own tablet or smart phone.

Computer Workshop term 3 View details

A computer course designed to assist learning from a variety of applications including Micosoft word, Spreadsheets (excel) PowerPoint, Publisher, Internet/email and Graphics.