They are aimed at people who want to learn something new, develop their job skills, look after their wellbeing or improve their knowledge of online safety.
New online courses which have just been launched include:
- Keeping Your Child Safe Online – top tips to keep younger family members safe when they are using the internet
- Get Ready for Access to Higher Education – get the skills you need and prepare for a Fast Track Access to Higher Education course
- Supporting Children with SEND – develop a basic knowledge of Special Educational Needs and Disabilities, including ADHD, ASD and sensory processing disorders
- Back to Reality – review your work readiness and get help, tips and practical activities to take steps back into employment
- Chasing Little Rainbows – a fun and activity filled course inspiring you and your young children to read together based on 5 well known children’s books.
For full details, please visit the Adult Education Wolverhampton website.
Councillor Dr Michael Hardacre, the City of Wolverhampton Council’s Cabinet Member for Education and Skills, said: “Despite the ongoing restrictions in place because of the coronavirus pandemic, we want to ensure adult learners still have the chance to take part in high quality courses delivered by Adult Education Wolverhampton’s experienced and engaging teachers.
“Students will be able to study and take part in these short courses at a pace and a time to suit them in the comfort of their own homes. All they need is a computer with a microphone and camera, email address and an internet connection to take part.
“The courses are free and will keep people engaged in learning, learn new skills and stay mentally and physically active. They’ll also prove useful additions to their CV, too.”