Learning for Wellbeing and Work (LfWW) courses are provided free of charge to adults aged 19 and over. They are for people out of work, returning to work and many others who want to take a first step on a new learning pathway, including retired people. Our courses do not explicitly teach employability skills, but the skills you learn can help you on your path to employment.

We will publish all of our current courses on the website making it easier to keep up to date with the latest information. All of our LfWW courses will be marked with the LfWW logo, but can also be found under the 'Subjects' menu when refining courses.

Browse our current LfWW courses

Book a Learning for Wellbeing and Work course

If you have been on a Learning for Wellbeing and Work course with us before you can now book directly on to the course online. Browse our current courses using our website or brochure link.

The first time you do this you will need to activate your account by setting a new password.

New learners

Don't worry if you are new to Learning for Wellbeing and Work, you can still book on to our courses. We just ask that you have a brief conversation with a member of the team to find the course that meets your needs. You can email us at alsreferrals@northamptonshire.gov.uk or call us on 01604 367 119.

Courses we offer

​All our courses are designed to build your confidence and skills and to help you progress towards your individual goals. They fall broadly into the following 3 categories.

​Certificated courses ​IT skills ​Wellbeing

Level 3 - First aid at work and paediatric

Level 2 - Food safety, allergies awareness, COSHH, health and safety, conflict management

Core 12-hour courses - IT basics, grow IT skills, life online

More with 8-hour courses - Word processing, spreadsheets, PowerPoint, email and online accounts, tablets and phones, cloud storage

​From 'Money Management' to Mindfulness, from Crafting to 'Healthy Cooking on a Budget' and from Volunteering to 'Photography with a mobile device', our Wellbeing courses give you skills to enhance your wellbeing.

​Learner support

If you are coping with a disability, learning difficulty, or mental health issue, and will require additional support to attend one of our courses, we encourage you to have a conversation with our dedicated learning support advisor. To arrange a call back please email alsreferrals@northamptonshire.gov.uk or phone 01604 367119 and we can discuss how best to support your attendance.


Learn2b courses are for adults with current or past mental health and wellbeing issues, such as suffering from anxiety, stress, depression or poor self-esteem, these courses can help you develop coping strategies and better ways to manage.

Browse our current Learn2b courses