Neighbourhood Learning in Kettering

Courses

A free course with Neighbourhood Learning can help you to:

  • learn something new in a local community venue near you
  • increase your confidence and wellbeing
  • take a next step towards employability, volunteering and joining in the community
​Drop-in session​Day​Location
​Information, advice and guidance for job seekers​Thursday mornings​Kettering Job Centre Plus

Current Neighbourhood Learning courses offered in Kettering

For more details and booking, please contact Sue Yates on telephone 07834 006311 or email sue.yates@firstforwellbeing.co.uk

​Course detailsVenue​Date and time

Mindfulness
Making Time for Me

KCU, Gold Street, Kettering

 

Monday 11 September 2017
10am to midday
5 weeks

Brush Up Your English
An introductory course to build basic English Skills and Confidence

KCU, Gold Street, Kettering Monday 11 September 2017
10am to midday
6 weeks           
Resilience

Reducing Stress Levels

KCU, Gold Street, Kettering​Monday 11 September 2017
12.30pm to 2.30pm
5 weeks
IT Skills for the Work Place

Gain skills in Using Microsoft Office

​​KCU, Gold Street, Kettering​Monday 11 September 2017
10am to midday
5 weeks
Basic IT for Beginners

For those will little or no prior knowledge in using a computer

KCU, Gold Street, Kettering​Tuesday 12 September 2017
10am to midday

5 weeks

​Selling Online

Using platforms such as ebay to sell items

KCU, Gold Street, Kettering

Thursday 14 September 2017
9.30am to 11.30am
5 weeks

​Brush Up Your Maths
An introductory course to build maths skills and confidence
KCU, Gold Street, Kettering​Thursday 14 September 2017
12.30 to 2.30pm
6 weeks

​Cooking on a budget
Learn how to cook healthy meals on a budget

​​KCU, Gold Street, Kettering​Friday 15 September 2017
12.30 to 2.30pm

I've taken a course - what's next?

We will try to help you find ways to take your new skills and enthusiasm further for more learning, volunteering and towards employment. Some of our courses can lead onto a nationally recognised AIM qualification.

Next steps

Become a Neighbourhood Learning partner in Kettering

Our partners range from housing associations and town councils to libraries and from the Job Centre Plus to day centres for disabled and elderly people.

 

 All your tutors care for, encourage and go that extra mile for our learners.

- Gill Correa, KCU (Kettering)

Our current partners in Kettering include:

  • KCU, Fuller Baptist Church, Gold Street
  • The Resource Centre, 9 Grange Place
  • Eden Centre, 21 Montagu Street

Through discussion with your local curriculum co-ordinator we can help your clients and users to progress towards employability, volunteering and independent living in the community.

We welcome enquiries from local organisations in our towns who would like to know more about how we can work together. You can find out more about offering a Neighbourhood Learning course through your organisation as a partner by contacting your local curriculum co-ordinator:

Sue Yates

07834006311

syates@northamptonshire.gov.uk

Other adult learning courses in Kettering

The adult learning service offers a range of course including: arts, beauty therapy, sport, languages and information technology.

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