What is Get into Learning!?
Get into Learning! is a Community project funded by Camden Adult and Community Learning and delivered in local community centres, schools and venues by highly skilled, experienced, qualified tutors from Working Men’s College, an Ofsted outstanding college. These fun, short, informative workshops and courses are FREE for Camden Residents over 19 to learn new skills, improve confidence and English, meet new friends and save money.
What do we do?
There are a mixture of creative courses and workshops alongside ICT, Everyday English and Maths with new courses are being added all the time.
- Henna design
- beauty on a budget
- sewing and knitting
- cake decorating
- flower arrangement
- card making
- how to use your laptop, tablet and smart phone, social media, community radio,
- fund raising for your school and community,
- CV writing, job/ interview skills
- cooking and healthy eating/ living
Who are we?
The Get into Learning! team are teacher trained with wide experience of teaching in Adult learning and the community. They are approachable, helpful and knowledgeable as well as parents and part of the local community. Many of the team speak other languages such as Bengali, Somali, Urdu and French. They are people just like you and passionate about helping you start your own business, develop your life and work skills, return to learning and being creative. The courses are very successful with great responses from the community and are available in safe and familiar spaces.
Come and join us to learn and enjoy.
What’s coming up:
The Get into Learning! team are providing *FREE* (free for Camden residents aged 19 and over) workshops at the Jewish museum Raymond Burton House, 129-131 Albert Street, London NW1 7NB in the Sukkot seeking shelter exhibition on Tuesdays 31 October and 14 & 28 November, 10.30-12.30. The workshops will consist of henna, flower arranging, door hangings, hair accessories, table decorations and other arts and crafts. Please note workshops available on each session may differ.
Please join us and spread the word.
Please note the Jewish Museum is open to all peoples. Other exhibitions available £8.50 entrance fee. http://www.jewishmuseum.org.uk/