The summer term of activities hosted by Derbyshire County Council starts on Monday 25 April and residents can view the courses online or pick a brochure up from their local Adult Community Education Centre or Library.
Residents can book onto a course by calling, emailing, or visiting the centre where their chosen course is being held. Find an adult education centre
Derbyshire County Council’s Cabinet Member for Education, Councillor Alex Dale, said: “We have a range of online and face-to-face courses on offer this summer for residents wanting to learn at all levels.
“We are keen to offer adults the opportunity to gain new skills and qualifications, so if adult education is something you’ve been considering, we’d encourage you to take the step and see what we have available.
“Our team is here to offer support and guidance to help you choose the right course or to help you onto a new career path so why not get in touch and see where a new course could take you?”
- maths and English from entry level to GCSE
- counselling skills
- lip reading and signed communication
- working with children
- personal development such as dealing with stress and how to gain confidence
- digital skills such as using a computer for work.
There are also courses available for residents who are looking to explore new hobbies and interests.
- tap dancing
- recycling crafts
- floristry and many more.
To find out more about upcoming local events and activities taking place across Chesterfield and North Derbyshire, head over to our events page at: https://www.chesterfield.co.uk/visiting/events/