It might be hard to believe but 2021 is almost over. With the new year just around the corner, why don’t you start by learning a new skill, improving your work prospects or even obtaining a qualification?
Have a look at our:
- Professional and employability workshops, such as CV and cover letters or interview practice, part of our employment support series, or SAGE 50
- Qualification courses, such as level 3 award in assessing or level 3 award in education and training which can be the gateway to your new career
- Creative arts courses – try creative crochet, making undergarments, bags and belts, cake decorating or creative writing
- Language courses – why not start the new year by learning a new language? We offer courses in modern foreign languages by the Ealing School of languages including Italian, Spanish, Mandarin and many more
- English, English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) and maths – whether English is your first language or not, improve your speaking, reading and writing skills. We have various levels to suit your needs. You can also brush up on your maths skills.
Did you know
We have a new name, logo and website. Formerly known as Ealing adult learning, we are now Learn Ealing. You can now find hundreds of workshops and courses on www.learnealing.org.uk. We have made it easier for you to use our website, find and sign up for courses. We hope you like our new look as much as we do.
Councillor Bassam Mahfouz, cabinet member for decent living incomes comments:
“We know that people in Ealing have been hit particularly hard by the pandemic, with residents facing job losses and redundancies. We also know that, in order to rebuild and strengthen our local economy following the impact of COVID-19, it’s crucial that we make it simpler than ever for people to access the training and resources they need to find work, upskill or retrain.
“When we launched our Plan for Good Jobs in September 2021, we made a commitment to introduce a ‘single door approach’ for employment advice and help which will make it simpler for people to find work, access training and develop skills. We’re particularly keen to help residents find good jobs in sustainable industries that are more resilient to future economic shocks of the scale and magnitude of COVID-19, such as green technologies, as well as creative and digital industries and health and social care. Launching our new Learn Ealing website is an integral part of our commitment and a key part of our plan to help people access decent, well-paid jobs.”