Monday, 19 April 2021

Working our way back to normality

With the continuing easing of COVID-19 restrictions, we are slowly starting to step towards a more normal way of working.

Whilst it will be a while before our centre on Lodge Lane is re-open to the public, due to us utilising our training spaces for social distanced working, we are able to take our first steps with some of our community learning partners to re-introduce face-to-face learning, albeit still only where space and risk assessments allow.

Our partners at the Al-Ghazali Centre (Earle Road) and the Joseph Lappin Centre (Mill Lane, Old Swan) are the first to re-engage with face-to-face learning and we are currently recruiting to two different Driving Theory courses with these partners.  We are hoping that Kensington Community Learning Centre and Edge Hill Youth & Community Centre will be joining this list shortly, providing ESOL and Arts & Crafts

We are still continuing to offer distance learning options for those not ready to indulge in face-to-face sessions, just yet and our Bread Making and Slow Cooking courses are distinct winners!

We have been overwhelmed by the response to all our courses and they continue to fill up fast, so register now to avoid disappointment - https://bit.ly/33xhHin