Adult Skills and Community Learning
These courses will enable you to:
Make a fresh start with your learning. You'll have the chance to find out about what learning with us is like. You'll also explore how learning can support you in making progress towards personal goals.
You'll learn what you'll need to do to get the most out of your learning. You'll also find ways to balance these with time for yourself and other commitments.
You'll practice these skills in a safe, supported environment. You'll be able to identify barriers that you might come across and establish ways to overcome them.
With support and advice, you'll decide if you are ready for learning. You'll also find out which type of learning would make the best first step for you.
You'll also practice and discover if you need support with the following:
- Regular attendance and punctuality.
- Balancing time for yourself, your learning and other commitments.
- Actively contributing to activities and discussions in class.
- Committing to your learning in and between classes.
- Completing a workbook and acknowledging the progress made.
- Asking for help when it is required.
You'll also develop skills for work:
Local employers in Barnsley have put together a list of skills they like their people to have. As part of your learning with us, you'll be developing the following skills:
- Problem solving skills. You'll be using skills to solve every day problems.
- Team working skills. You’ll be in touch with other learners in your group.
- Talking. You’ll develop your skills by working with others in your group..
- Digital skills. You'll discover how digital skills can support your progress in wellbeing.
- Resilience. You’ll discover the importance of bouncing back after coping with challenges.
- Reliable. Regular attendance will help you get the most out of your course.
Courses run for four weeks and are two hours per week. You’ll also be able to contact your tutor between sessions for additional support.
Courses run every half term so you will not have to wait long for a start date.
There are no formal entry requirements.
This course is free
How to apply
- Contact us online
- Call us on (01226) 775270
- Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Like us on Facebook and send us a message
After this course, you may be ready to move to a skills course and /or other courses within our wellbeing provision.
What our learners say
There's a friendly atmosphere with excellent teaching that has a sensitive and respectful approach.