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3:00pm Saturday 26th January 2013 in News
ADULTS in Worcestershire can learn new skills and boost their chances of employment by taking part in a series of courses.
Worcestershire County Council’s adult learning team is offering opportunities in a range of settings, such as libraries, children’s centres and village halls.
The courses include languages, DIY and arts and crafts, CV writing, computer use, literacy, numeracy and hairdressing.
Free computer sessions and work clubs for jobseekers are also available.
The county council’s adult learning manager, Colin Barnett, said: “Adult learning opportunities across Worcestershire are going from strength to strength.
“The prospectus really is full of opportunities for all adults, and one of the things we’re most proud of is that our courses really are programmed and developed around our customers.”
For more information and the full prospectus, call 01905 728537 or go online to worcestershire.gov.uk/adultle arning.