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Adult Community Learning Service - New online learning experience

Most of our courses are delivered Monday to Friday from 9am until 5pm or in the evenings 7pm until 9pm

Our list of online courses will be updated daily as they become available. 

Staffordshire's Community Learning Service provides a range of formal and informal learning opportunities for adults 19+ across the County and provides programmes that supports people and their families to gain the skills they need so they can progress in the world of work and give children the best start in life.

Staffordshire County Council's Community Learning Service works with schools, colleges, third sector organisations and local community groups to deliver a range of learning which includes:

  • Leisure, Health and Wellbeing
  • Employability
  • Digital Skills
  • STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths)
  • Supported Learning
  • Progression Pathways (accreditation)

Who to contact

E-mail
communitylearning@staffordshire.gov.uk
Website
Staffordshire Community Learning
Twitter
@staffslearning
Facebook
Staffordshire Community Learning

Where to go

Name
Staffordshire County Council
Address
Staffordshire Community Learning Service
3rd Floor Staffordshire Place 1
Tipping Street
Stafford
Staffordshire
Postcode
ST16 2DH Get Directions (This link opens in a new tab)
Notes

Our courses are delivered in a range of community based centres across the county.  We have also recently introduced a wide range of courses that are available online for you to learn from the comfort of your own home  To find out more information visit our website and search for courses in your local area.

Other Details

Costs

Service is Free
Contribution may be required
Details
If the idea of cost is holding you back from committing to a course, most of our courses are subsidised by us or are provided at no cost to you depending on your current circumstances.

Availability

Referral required
No

DBS Checks

Have staff or volunteers been DBS (CRB) checked?
Yes
Last updated: 08 Feb 2021
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