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Adult education - Lifelong Learning

Course fees remain low at £10 per 10 week term. Enrolment is not guaranteed until payment has been received.

Many of our courses will see a return to the classroom and face-to-face learning. Some will continue to be online learning only, while a number of our courses will blend face-to-face with online learning. When viewing your course options, the format will indicate which type of class is being offered.

The majority of courses will start in the week commencing 26 September 2022, finishing by 9 December 2022.

Essential Skills and Family Learning courses start in the week commencing 5 September 2022, finishing by 23 December 2022. Start dates for Family Learning courses will be determined via your local school.

Classes generally do not run during the half term week (31 October 2022 to 4 November 2022) unless noted otherwise or prearranged by the class tutor.

Class numbers will be limited. All course enrolment applications will be dealt with in the order received. Class numbers are likely to fill quickly and learners who are not able to get a space will be held in a waiting list for any spaces that might become available.

Please be aware that face-to-face classroom sessions may be changed to online, in accordance with Government Covid guidelines at the time of delivery.

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Discover our range of courses

You will find that we offer a wide range of courses to suit all abilities, from novice to advanced.

Lifelong Learning courses

Details of all our courses available to book online.

Enrolment and course fees

Autumn term enrolments are now open. Course fees remain low at £10 per 10 week term, the equivalent of £1 per week.

Adult education advice and guidance

Free guidance service for adults.

Family Learning and Essential Skills

Improve your maths, English, IT skills and work prospects, or help your children with their learning.

How Welsh Government use your data for Lifelong Learning

It is mandatory that the Lifelong Learning Wales Record (LLWR) privacy notice is seen by each learner during the enrolment process and for those learners that are currently in learning.

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