For the first time in Kensington and Chelsea, the Council has launched a full brochure of its Adult Learning Services, which are provided by organisations across the borough.
The guide outlines all of the learning courses on offer by the Council through its partners, including English and maths, technology and computing, business administration, arts, family learning and many more.
As part of the Council’s Economy Strategy, launched last year, the adult learning services are designed to support residents in finding secure employment and developing the skills to progress, plus encouraging lifelong learning, which is increasingly important in a constantly changing world.
Enabling residents to find out what’s on offer, where to find these services, how to apply and how it can help them with their personal and professional development, the guide is a comprehensive go-to for those looking to learn.
As well as the regular courses that are on offer every year, the guide also includes courses which are new for 2019/2020. The guide is available at the learning hubs across the borough and at rbkc.gov.uk/adultlearning. Read more about how the Council aims to help residents reach their full potential as part of the Economy Strategy.