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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.

Award in English Skills – Reading View details

This course will help you to improve and develop confidence in your reading before you progress on to a Functional Skills English qualification at a later date. The course will focus on reading for meaning, reading to gain information from texts as well as identifying the purpose of different texts. The course will also focus on recognising signs and symbols found in everyday situations and you will also practise using basic punctuation. Throughout the course, you will build-up a portfolio of work completed in the classroom and complete short assessment tasks.

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.

Basic Computer Skills for Work View details

This course is intended for job seekers who have never used a computer before, but now need to in order to find and apply for jobs. We will look at the very basics of using a computer (mouse, keyboard), and how to navigate around the screen, store and organise files (including any CV your adviser may have prepared for you), and how to make minor edits to it with a word processor. In the second session, we go on-line, looking at basic Internet safety, using a browser and a search engine, how to set up and use an email address, how to use that email address to send someone your CV. Finally we look at the Government find-a-job site, and look at how to assess whether we want to apply for a job, and how to do so. There will be ample revision of the basic skills throughout - no-one expects you to remember everything on one hearing! What we do not cover is how to write a CV, or more than the basics of how to write a cover letter - this is about the technical IT aspects of the task.

Be Safe Online View details

This course is designed to develop confidence and competence in using all digital devices and computers safely online and how to stay protected.

Beginners Excel & Access Databases View details

This course is aimed at people with a reasonable level of computer skills who want to learn the basics of Microsoft Office, Microsoft Word documents and PowerPoint presentations. Each subject in sufficient depth to enable students to use the basics of each programme but it is intended to provide the student with sufficient information to consider future learning options and work focus.

Beginners IT View details

A friendly and relaxed class to help to get you started and build up confidence in using computers. You will learn how to create, open,save and print files,as well as using the Internet, completing online safety and security whilst browsing. Learners will be given the opportunities to set up email accounts if required,and shown the basic features and etiquette of using email.

Beginners IT View details

A friendly and relaxed class to help get you started and build up your confidence in using computers. You will learn how to create, open, save and print files, as well as using the internet, completing online forms and being aware of online safety and security whilst browsing. Learners will be given the opportunity to set up email accounts if required, and shown the basic features and etiquette of using email.

Beginners IT Communications 2 View details

Learners will be shown how to use a tablet, if they are not familiar with one to enable them to search the Internet, complete online forms, beware of security whilst browsing. Learners will be given the opportunity to set up email accounts if needed and shown the basic features of emails. Returning learners will be given the chance to reinforce their existing knowledge.

Beginners learn to use your iPad View details

This course provides a good grounding in the everyday uses of iPads and the internet in a relaxed and friendly environment. It will cover setting up your iPad, using email (including attachments), finding information on the internet. Students will gain the knowledge and confidence to perform everyday tasks independently.

Beginners learn to use your iPad View details

This course provides a good grounding in the everyday uses of iPads and the internet in a relaxed and friendly environment. It will cover setting up your iPad, using email (including attachments), finding information on the internet. Students will gain the knowledge and confidence to perform everyday tasks independently.