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Free Adult Courses With Community Family Learning (CFL) - Nottingham City Libraries

Nottingham City Library courses are designed to help you with basic skills, develop your interests and build confidence. They understand that starting something new might be a little scary and you may be nervous, but whether it is online or in a library, the great thing is you will be supported all the way by their friendly learning team. 

CFL – Digital Learning

There are some great new computer courses starting in October and November that will build your confidence in using digital devices in the workplace and in life. Basic IT Skills for beginners using desktop computers and Microsoft Office basics; Build a Website and Photo Editing using laptops.

  • Basic IT Skills using Library Desktop Computers
  • Microsoft Office Basics: Word, Excel, PowerPoint plus email
  • Photo Editing Using Pixlr
  • Build a Website using WordPress

CFL – Learners New to ESOL 

This course is for you if you are only just starting to learn English, there are courses available in libraries or online.

  • ESOL Pre-entry level course

How to apply

For more information on course dates and also to signup, please visit the Nottingham Libraries CFL Website Page.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Nottingham City Libraries
E-mail
ncclibraries@nottinghamcity.gov.uk
Website
https://www.nottinghamcitylibraries.co.uk/

Other Details

Availability

Referral Details

For a free place on any of the courses you must be:

  • a Nottingham City Resident aged 19 or over AND
  • Unemployed and in receipt of benefits OR  are job seeking / working and earning below £17,374.50 annual gross salary AND
  • Have lived in the UK or an EU country continuously for the last three years by the first day of the course*
*Learners who haven’t lived in the UK or EU for the required three years are still eligible if they meet selected criteria, please get in touch NCCLibraries@nottinghamcity.gov.uk This criteria is set by the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA).
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