Adult Learn and Train

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Adult Learn and Train is a post-19 learning provider based in Cambridge offering courses on a wide range of topics. Whether you want to learn for work purposes, for mental stimulation or for your physical wellbeing, they will help find the right course for you.

This activity is good for wellbeing because

  • The courses are an opportunity to meet and learn with like-minded people;
  • Attending a course may increase your confidence in life skills, overall wellbeing or employability;
  • You can revisit an old skill or learn something new.

“Completing an English Functional Skills course has helped me improve my social connections, reduced feelings of isolation and boosted my mental health.”

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What to expect

Adult Learn and Train offer a range of courses for general interest, including arts and crafts, cookery, DIY, acting, yoga, dance, T’ai Chi and many more. They also offer Functional Skills courses in English and Maths, and English courses for learners who do not speak English as their first language.

Their courses run in the evenings, daytime and weekends throughout the year. Full courses usually run in 10-week blocks, but they also offer weekend and day schools at various points throughout the year.

The majority of the courses are held at Coleridge Community College on Radegund Road, but some courses are also held at Parkside Community College, and the Community Wing at Galfrid Primary School. Upholstery Courses are run at St. Augustine’s Church.

More information

To book onto a course with Adult Learn and Train, call the office on 01223 712340 or email the team: [email protected]. You can make payment for the course over the phone, or in person at Coleridge Community College. Once you have booked you will be sent an email with joining instructions giving information about where to attend.

Some courses may require learners to bring equipment or materials, you can find this information on the course description on the website.

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Some of the courses are free. These include English and Maths Functional Skills and GCSE courses and English for Work (English as a Foreign Language) courses at all levels from Beginners to Lower Advanced. Some other creative writing, mindfulness and employability courses are also free of charge, visit the website for details.

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The majority of the courses are fee-paying courses priced in 10-week blocks. There are also some one-off sessions (weekends and day schools) which are priced individually. Some courses also have a separate materials fee – this information will be given in the course description.

How to contact

Where to go

Coleridge Community College
Radegund Road

Parkside Community College

The Galfrid Primary School
Galfrid Road

St Augustine's Church
Hall and Community Centre
Richmond Road

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