The WEA is the UK's largest voluntary sector provider of high quality adult education with classes across the country.
We will look at St Luke's Gospel in its context, asking who wrote it, when, why and for whom. We will look at various sections, seeking their meaning for the contemporary readership and the message for...more
Duration: 5 weeks
Different times are available for this course
The Learning Station is a fully accredited and regulated training provider and delivers education and work based training programmes
Preparation for GESE Grade 5 (B1) (Settlement/Permanent Residency) or British Citizenship (Naturalisation) The programme is designed to equip you with the basic knowledge of the English language,...more
Duration: 10 hours
Do you own a serving machine but not sure how to use it? Maybe you have acquired a sewing machine from a family member? Or perhaps you have a sewing machine gathering dust in your attic? ...more
Duration: 2.5 hours
Part time evening
The United Kingdoms leading activities co-ordinators build Life Histories everyday for the people that use their service. From the information gain from these, reminiscence therapy session are made. You...more
Certificate of Attendance
“How easy is it to fly a drone?” a voice said behind me. I stopped brewing my tea and turned around to see my Dad standing, waiting, with an inquisitive look on his face. At first, I thought it was a bizarre question – why would a...
At some point in our lives, we’ve all studied some kind of humanities course. Whether it was the history or geography GCSE you’d rather forget from high school years or the business studies degree that helped you get your first job,...
It’s free, there’s no real pressure, you can take it at your own pace - these are some of the best things about online learning, but they’re also some of the worst. They sometimes mean you never quite get past the second or third hurdle, you never...