Latest Courses

Autumn 2021 and spring 2022

NEW: How to draw an animal K02439A

Are you a beginner or you want to improve your drawing skills? The 1 day workshop ''How to draw an animal'' might be the perfect way to learn new skills or try the existing ones. You will draw a portrait of your pet or other animal from photographs under the direction of our expert tutor.
Create an unusual gift or a memento on this 1 day course.
The course fees does not include the cost of the materials used.  This course is delivered to a maximum of 12 students.

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NEW: Patchwork for All at Poverest P02448

Make items including quilted cushions, bags and pattern blocks. Learn and improve patchwork skills and transferrable sewing skills. Learn to make different patchwork patterns and blocks. Develop sewing and patchwork skills by creating and making a beautiful cushion, bag or runner out of pre-loved fabrics, such as children's clothing or grandparents' linen that may become an heirloom in its own right. The cost of materials is not included in the course fee.  This course is delivered to a maximum of 10 students.

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The Skills Toolkit

The Department for Education signposts people to free courses that can develop their digital and numeracy skills. The free courses are listed from the various organisations that created them over the past few years, from beginners' computer courses to more specialised courses in coding, digital marketing, and Microsoft Office. There is also a course to brush up on your maths skills.

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Other online Courses

Other courses are available for you to keep up with your learning and develop your skills.

You can find out more on the following links

You may also be interested in other online opportunities - the following institutions offer free online courses in a variety of subjects.