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Autumn learning for you

As the temperature drops, we all start spending more time at home in our cosy jumpers and perhaps with a hot drink in hand, so it might be the perfect time for you to explore some new learning.

Learn Ealing (formerly Ealing adult learning) has places available on the workshops and courses listed below, taking place this October and November. Have a look and start learning with us. Many of our courses are free.

Creative and arts

  • Drawing and painting
  • Drawing and mark making
  • How to draw
  • Mindfulness through drawing
  • Pattern cutting, drafting and manipulation
  • Clothes making Sunday-sweatshirt Christmas party dress.

Professional and employment

  • SAGE 50 accounts
  • Create your personal and business brand
  • Marketing for small and starter business
  • Confident public presenting and speaking.

Health and wellbeing

  • Chair-based yoga
  • Singing for wellbeing.

Accredited professional

  • Counselling skills
  • Childcare
  • Principles of business administration
  • Principles of customer service
  • Cyber security practices
  • Coding practices
  • Information, advice and guidance
  • Management skills and knowledge
  • Health and social care
  • Principles of customer service
  • First aid
  • Food safety
  • Understand customer service in retail
  • Resolve customer service problems
  • Level 3 award in education and training.

Any questions?

Drop us an email on LearnEaling@ealing.gov.uk or call us on 020 8825 5577, Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm.

Why don’t you check our course prospectus? We are looking forward to having you on our courses.

Come and say hi

We have initial assessments for our accredited courses at Ealing Education Centre at Mansell Road, Greenford UB6 9EH every Monday at 10am and 12pm. If you want to join our courses, you are welcome to pop in with your passport or ID and proof of National Insurance number.

Good jobs for Ealing

Ealing’s Plan for Good Jobs is the council’s action plan that sets out the short-term actions that are needed to help Ealing’s economy recover from the pandemic. The plan sets out a number of key priorities for the council and its partners including helping residents into gainful employment by making it easier for them to find jobs, retrain and develop new skills for growth sector employment. Focus will also be on protecting and nurturing existing businesses and encouraging local employers to work with the council to create good jobs.

Ealing’s Plan for Good Jobs is the council’s commitment to help the borough get back on its feet and create a sustainable economy.

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