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07 January 2022

Find out how Learning could be your key to a New You in ’22

Cumbria County Council’s Adult Learning service is sending a New Year’s invitation to a Q&A session find out what learning could do for you in 2022.

The online Curriculum Q&A session, on Friday 14 January at 10:30, will be hosted by Adult Learning’s experienced Curriculum team, providing an opportunity to find out more about the courses and what knowledge and skills can be gained.

For many of us, the New Year is a time of reflection and often, new aspirations - be it career, family or wellbeing.  The Adult Learning service offers a range of courses - many of which are completely free - across a broad curriculum to support the people of Cumbria to achieve their goals. 

In addition to face to face courses there are over 80 courses delivered in real-time online, offering a flexible way to learn.

For those starting the new year looking for a new job, there are free courses including ‘Create Your CV’ and ‘Interview Preparation’.  Looking for a new career path and new qualifications?  Courses include ‘Award in Environmental Sustainability’.

Health & Wellbeing will be a priority for many in the New Year.  There are free courses in mindfulness, resilience, positive thinking and for those who love the great outdoors - even navigation skills for the hills.

Functional Skills English and Maths courses are starting in February, contact your local centre to book an initial assessment or go to our website for more information.

Deborah Earl, Cabinet Member for Public Health and Community Services said:

“There’s no doubt that 2021 has been another tough year for Cumbria.  At the start of a new year, we all think about new beginnings and making positive changes to our lives.  Learning is the key to taking charge of achieving our goals. 

“Our Adult Learning service offers a fantastic range of courses with incredibly experienced tutors.  There’s something for everyone.  Most of our courses are completely free and we’re offering more courses online than ever.

, or contact their local centre to find out what learning can do for you.”thI’d really encourage everyone with aspirations for the New Year to join the online Q&A session on the 14

For more information on the courses on offer, visit: adultlearning.cumbria.gov.uk

Arts & Crafts | Digital Skills | Employability | English | Maths | ESOL | Family Learning | Health & Wellbeing | Languages

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The free Q&A session will run online on Friday 14 January 2022 10:30 - 11:30. To pre-register your attendance, email: adultlearning@cumbria.gov.uk

Don’t worry if you can’t make the session, you can always contact your local Adult Learning centre at any time to find out about learning opportunities. 

For more information on the courses on offer, visit: adultlearning.cumbria.gov.uk

Arts & Crafts | Digital Skills | Employability | English | Maths | ESOL | Family Learning | Health & Wellbeing | Languages


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