Free distance learning courses for adults in Kirklees
Due to the success of our summer online Adult and Community learning programme we have extended our distance learning offer throughout Autumn with exciting new courses available.
Courses are developed to support people from all over the district helping residents to develop their skills and support their families as well as their own mental health and wellbeing.
All courses are a mix of online sessions in small groups using Zoom, home study, and 1 to1 phone tutorials with teaching methods and materials tailored to suit your individual needs and abilities.
What course are available from October?
- Come Dine With Us– Eat your way to a healthier mind and body
- One Pound Meals– Tasty healthy meals that cost less than a pound
- Fit4Life– Easy ways to improve your physical and mental wellbeing
- Hero Helpers – how to get involved and active by volunteering
Each course consists of 12 – 28 hours of guided learning along with short homework sessions and individual personalised tutor support time.
You will be emailed all the resources you need to complete the course and will get regular feedback on how you are doing.
All courses are fully funded with no fee to pay, you will require internet access.
How can you find the courses?
Take a look at the courses timetabled for the autumn term, make a note of the reference number and complete the online enquiry form.
Am I eligible?
You must be aged 19+, live in Kirklees, be a resident of the UK for 3 years or more (or a spouse of a UK resident, or if asylum or refugee that you have been in the UK for 6 months and are yet to have a decision on your status).
Adult & Community Learning: Lifelong learning, working together, building communities, making a difference
Adult & Community Learning is part funded through the European Social Fund, the Education and Skills Funding Agency and delivered through a collaboration of partners across the Kirklees District. It is managed by Kirklees Council and delivered by Crosland Moor Community Learning Centre, Fusion Housing, Kirklees Success Centres, Paddock Community Trust, Proper Job Theatre Co, Sport Works, S&H Training and the Workers Education Association.