Adult and Family Learning in Lincolnshire
The Adult Skills and Family Learning Service offers a wide range of courses supporting and enabling people to enhance their quality of life and opportunities. Courses are delivered in community venues, local colleges, schools and children’s centres, and online.
Some courses are specifically designed to support parents and their families and are likely to be available in the daytime, evenings, and weekends.
Courses funded by the government, including ESOL and Level 3 - Courses for Job Offer, will be free of charge to Ukrainian nationals living in the United Kingdom under either the Ukraine Family Scheme, or the Ukraine Sponsorship Scheme (Homes for Ukraine). Local training providers may charge a small fee for private classes.
To find out about opportunities in your area:
- Visit www.2aspire.org.uk to find out about courses and training providers in Lincolnshire, or ring 01522 782011
- Use the National Careers Service website, which offers advice on choosing courses and a postcode search to help you find a suitable class
- Read notices in local newspapers or on notice boards in schools, children’s centres, doctors’ surgeries, community centres, libraries or voluntary groups
- Speak to friends, neighbours, and colleagues to find out what’s happening locally and what courses are on offer
The primary language in the United Kingdom is English. The UK is very culturally diverse, with many nationalities residing here. There are opportunities to learn the English language either through courses at colleges or education establishments, online resources such as the BBC Learning English page or community-based activities hosted by charities that offer basic English in the area you live. Visit www.2aspire.org.uk to find out about English language courses in Lincolnshire, or ring 01522 782011.