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South Gloucestershire Community Learning *free courses starting in November

Community Learning: Overcoming Barriers, Stretching Minds, Building Skills for the Future

South Gloucestershire Community Learning - 21st October 2020

Free courses starting in November 2020 across Bradley Stoke, Filton and Patchway areas.

Download the Course Availability leaflet (PDF) for further information or see below.

English

Spelling and Pronunciation: Patchway Community Centre
Mon 10am–2noon. Starts 2nd November; runs until 7th December (6 weeks)

Maths

Refresh Your Maths skills: Patchway Community Centre
Wed 9.30am -11.30am. Starts 11th November; runs until 16th December (6 weeks)

Into Work

Get Started With Your Family History: Bradley Stoke Library
Wed 1pm-3pm: Starts 4th November; runs until 2nd December (5 weeks)

Intro to Childcare: Patchway Community Centre
Fri 9.30am-11.30am. Starts 13th November; runs until 10th December (5 weeks)

Confidence Building for Work: Patchway Community Centre
Wed 10am-12noon. Starts 11th November; runs until 16th December (6 weeks)

Wellbeing

Supporting Your Child Overcome Anxiety: Patchway Community Centre
Mon 9.30am-11.30am. Starts 2nd November; runs until 30th November (5 weeks)

Cooking on a Budget: Patchway Community Centre
Thurs 1.15pm-2.45pm. Starts 5th November; runs until 3rd December (3 weeks)

Christmas Crafting for Confidence: Filton (Venue to be confirmed)
Wed 9.30am-11.30am. Starts 4th November; runs until 2nd December (5 weeks)

Taking the Stress out of Money Management: Patchway Community Centre
Fri 12.30pm-2.30pm. Starts 13th November; runs until 18th December (6 weeks)

Intro to Food and Mood, Nutrition and Wellbeing: Patchway Community Centre
Tues 12.45pm-2.45pm. Starts 24th November; runs until 1st December (2 weeks)

Contact Abi Ball on 07860181353 or email: abigail.ball@southglos.gov.uk for further information or to enrol.

To enrol, you will need some form of ID and your National Insurance number.

* For adults aged 19+ with few or no qualifications; or experiencing other barriers to work

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