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Southall learning fun fair

After the successful launch of Northolt Library’s Learning Zone in October, we are excited to invite you to another one. Join us on Thursday, 15 December 2022 between 10am and 2pm at Southall Library: Dominion Centre and Library for the launch of Southall’s new Learning Zone.

Organised by Learn Ealing, the council’s adult learning team, both adults and children* can join us for different games and activities such as:

  • Another exciting maths fun fair, like the one we had in Northolt – numbers can feel like a real challenge, but we can help you overcome any fears and see how maths can be fun and engaging
  • Family learning maths games
  • Children’s craft activity
  • Storytime, bounce and rhyme
  • Explore the language of numbers
  • Maths for working with Excel.

*Children are welcome when accompanied by a parent or carer at all times.

New learning for you

  • Discover the many workshops and courses by Learn Ealing, who can also help you with:
  • Improving your skills and preparing you for employment through workshops and courses
  • Updating your CV and cover letter
  • Preparing you for an interview.

Employment help

You can also meet employment advisors to help you get back into work through:

  • One-to-one advice and guidance tailored to your individual needs
  • Help finding you a job or apprenticeship
  • Guiding you through job applications.

Better numeracy skills for adults

As part the Multiply project, a new government-funded programme to help adults improve their numeracy skills, in the new year we will be offering a range of exciting free maths workshops and courses to help you:

  • Build your confidence with numbers
  • Gain a qualification
  • Unlock new or better work opportunities
  • In everyday life, such as helping children with homework and budgeting money

Keep an eye on Learn Ealing website.

Good jobs for Ealing

Councillor Peter Mason, Leader of Ealing Council comments: “As outlined in Ealing’s Plan for Good Jobs, we are determined to help you – Ealing residents to fulfil your potential, gain knowledge and skills so you can compete for new or better work.

“After supporting over 4,000 residents to successfully achieve over 10,000 qualifications in recent years, it is our ambition to deliver at least 12,000 new qualifications and training programmes for people in Ealing looking to upskill. Come at Southall learning fun fair on 15 December and have a look at the new learning available to you. What better place to do this than Southall, a vibrant local economy that is full of potential.”

Councillor Bassam Mahfouz, cabinet member for decent living incomes adds: “If you are looking for engaging and educational activities for your children or those in your care on a cold winter day, come along to Southall learning fun fair. Adults can learn new skills, increase their confidence with maths, explore the many services offered in the library and even receive employment support. It’s so encouraging to see events like these that keep our local community and library alive.”

See you there

We can’t wait to see you on 15 December for a day filled with fun and new skills. Register in advance – it’s free. Southall Library: Dominion Centre and Library is located on 112 The Green, Southall, Middlesex UB2 4BQ. Get directions.

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