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Family learning this Halloween

Learn Ealing (formerly Ealing adult learning) is bringing you exciting family fun activities this Halloween. We have organised three Halloween-special workshops, delivered by our experienced tutors. The best bit? They are all free. Sign up today and join in the fun.

Family cooking – Halloween cupcakes

Why don’t you get into the Halloween spirit by baking some delicious cupcakes with Ruby? Children aged 4+ are welcome to attend with their parents/carers.

You can decorate your cupcakes with spiders and handmade pumpkins. You can perhaps even use them for your trick and treat visits.

When: Tuesday, 26 October
What time: 10.30am – 12.30pm
Where: Online on Zoom

Book your free place today.

Singalong storytelling

A workshop for families with younger children aged 0-5 who want to develop their reading skills together. What a better way to do this than singing and dancing to a Halloween story? Each child must be with at least one parent or carer.

When: Tuesday, 26 October
What time: 10 – 11.30am
Where: West Ealing Library, Melbourne Avenue W13 9BT

Book your free place.

Halloween spider cake

Learn how to decorate a cake into a spider web and surprise yourself and loved ones this Halloween. Join in this workshop and have fun.

When: Wednesday, 27 October
What time: 2 – 4.30pm
Where: Online on Zoom

Book your free place today.

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 12noon. If you want to join our courses, you are welcome to pop in with your passport or ID and proof of National Insurance number.

Which courses are accredited?

Accredited courses are those that have been approved by a professional body. Accreditation courses will help you understand and start a career in a certain industry. It serves not only as a mark of quality, but some might be even required by an employer.

We offer the following accredited courses on an ongoing basis:

  • Supporting teaching and learning
  • 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
  • Award in education and training.

If you’d like more information, please contact us.

Any questions?

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

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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