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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.

Beginners Digital Skills View details

An entry-level course to solve the jargon and conundrums we all face when trying to find our way around a computer. Learn everything from switching on to all you need to know about Social Media!

Beginners Digital Skills View details

The course is suitable for learners who have never used a computer before. It will cover everything from how to turn on the computer, use a mouse and keyboard and how to print documents. You will also learn how to produce documents containing words and pictures. Create an email account, compose, reply and forward messages, attach and download files and also search for information using the Internet.

Beginners IT Communications 1 View details

This course is intended to help you develop new computer skills and build on any existing ones, you will be able to write letters, format documents with bold, italic and underlining using Microsoft Word you will use the internet to search for information and learn how to shop online.

Community Interpreting Initial Assessment View details

Students wishing to join a Community Interpreting course need to complete an initial assessment before they start. The initial assessment event is designed to test students’ current skills. During initial assessment, students will work with WEA staff to agree the current level that they are working at and discuss the best course for them to develop their skills.

Computer Skills for Everyday Situations View details

Learners can choose to complete a wide range of different units learning valuable new skills or improving their existing IT skills. A course completion certificate can be provided if requested.

Computer Skills for Work - Pathway 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 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 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 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.

Computers For All View details

The course is designed to let a student develop their computer skills in a subject of their own choice whether it is in Word, Excel, Access, Desktop Publishing or PowerPoint at a level that best suits their own needs, so a complete beginner can join the course or someone who is wanting to brush up their skills. There is plenty of guidance and support available to get you on your learning journey; so come and join this friendly group.