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New Year, New You?

New Year, New You? Looking to make changes in 2018? Why not shake off those winter blues and learn new skills by signing up for an Adult and Community Learning course. Dark nights and Christmas overindulgence can make us feel lethargic, so what better time to do something new and positive? Who knows what new opportunities it might lead to!  

Many of the courses are free or super affordable, so don’t worry about breaking that post-Christmas piggy bank. You don’t even have to make a long term commitment because courses run from tasters to five or ten weeks – and even several months. 

There is something to suit everyone, from Positive Thinking and Stress Busting, to Work Ready, Maths and English - and much more. So what are you waiting for? Go ahead and sign up for a January course.  

 

Book on an Advice and Guidance session today or for further course information please call 01744 677315 or email adultlearning@sthelens.gov.uk

 

Courses starting this February  include:

Course Venue Date Time
Digital Skills United Reformed Church Wednesday 21st February 1.00 - 3.30 
Positive Thinking United Reformed Church Tuesday 27th February 9.30 - 12.00
First Steps to Wellbeing United Reformed Church Wednesday 28th February  9.30 - 12.00
Stress Less United Reformed Church Thursday 29th February 9.30 - 12.30
Work Ready United Reformed Church Coming soon!  
Introductory Workshops United Reformed Church Coming soon!  

 

Are you an active member of your community?

If you’re a current or budding volunteer, or a member of a community group or charity you might be interested in the next LOCAL Leaders programme of workshops taking place over the next few months. For more information, please visit the LOCAL Leaders section.

 


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