Adult Learning - WEA Autumn Courses 2020
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The Workers' Educational Association (WEA) is the UK's largest voluntary provider of Adult Education.
In Slough we deliver ESOL, employability, family learning and community work.
Autumn 2020 courses:
- Employability digital skills - Photography with mobile devices, developing social media skills, computer skills for work, introduction to Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Publisher, computer skills for work
- Health and wellbeing courses - Pilates, Yoga for beginners, Tai Chi and Chi Kung, Moving Forwards
- Employability skills - Transferrable Skills for Job Seekers, What is care work? Pathways taster, Transferable Skills for Job Seekers, Improve your Communication Skills for Job Finding, Improve your Writing for Employment, Recognise your Potential- Work Skills, Employability Skills, Speaking and Listening Skills for Employment, Speaking & Listening Skills for the Workplace, Improve your Communication Skills for Job Finding, Number Skills in the Workplace
- Community Interpreting - What is community interpreting? Pathways taster , Understanding the Role of a Community Interpreter
- Employability getting ready for work - Coaching for Positive Change, First Steps 50+, Resilience - How to Bounce Back and Grow , First steps into employment - Pathways , Dealing with Low Mood, Stress and Anxiety, Confidence Building - Get Ready for Work, Recognise your Potential - Work Skills, Communication for Health & Wellbeing
- British Sign Language to Communication with Friends and Family.
Our courses are FREE if you are certain on income related benefits and you will be taught by a tutor who will give you support with your learning.
Further details on cost, time, dates and link to enrol online is available in the Downloads section.
Who to contact
- 0300 303 3464
This information has been collected from third party providers therefore the Slough Family Information Service website and Slough Borough Council cannot accept responsibility for the accuracy of this information and recommends that parents, carers, young people, residents and professionals check with providers regarding DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service) and OFSTED registrations and CQC registrations