Adult education

Published: Thursday, 27th June 2019

A variety of courses for adults are being showcased at a learners open day on Monday 8 July.

Adults who want to learn something new can go along to the session at the Bathway Theatre in Woolwich from 10am to 2.30pm to find out about the huge range of short, part-time and evening courses being held at venues across the borough.

The courses include; arts and crafts such as jewellery making, painting and flower arranging; basic English, maths and computer skills; construction and DIY including decorating; employability skills such as cv writing; digital skills including website design and photography; catering, hospitality and retail skills; and self-employment.

At the event, supported by GLLaB, London South East Colleges and the University of Greenwich, residents can meet training organisations delivering the courses in Greenwich. They can also book a slot with a career advisor on 020 8921 6912.

Cllr Denise Hyland, Cabinet Member for Economy, Skills and Apprenticeships said:

“This is a great event for those who want to learn vital skills to either gain employment or advance further in their careers, or even discover more for their personal development.

“I would encourage as many people as possible to attend as there’s a wide range of courses with something for everyone.”