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Courses to help you get back to work

Free courses for you

Have you lost your job or are at risk of redundancy? We can help you develop new skills with our free adult learning courses.

Vocational and professional courses

Our new free vocational and professional courses take place between January and July 2021, twice a week. They are:

  • Business administration level 2
  • Customer Service level 2
  • Counselling levels 2 and 3
  • Digital skills for work level 2
  • Employability level 1.

Functional skills courses

Our new free functional skills courses start from the week commencing 1 March to the week commencing 5 July 2021, twice a week. They’re:

  • Maths
  • English
  • ICT.

Eligibility criteria for free courses

Anyone who:

  • Would like to learn a new skill and
  • Is aged 19 +

You will also need to meet one of the below criteria:

  • Currently living in London and have been living in the UK/EEA for the past three years
  • People (or their spouse) with a UK/EEA passport
  • Those with a biometric residency permit
  • Those who have settlement in the UK.

Enrolling on a course

All these courses require an assessment, so we can make sure this is the right course and level for you.

To book an assessment, please register on the Learn Ealing website for any of the following assessment sessions or email us on learnealing@ealing.gov.uk:

Ealing resident’s story

Read Mohamed’s story about how he benefited from the council’s training and job help.

Help with finding work

If you would like some information, advice and guidance on CV writing and on your job search, visit Work Ealing website or email workealing@ealing.gov.uk.

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