Adult learners in the Chorley area can look forward to a taste of Lancashire Adult Learning’s New Year offer with a January event at the town’s library.
Learners who may be looking for something different to try in 2018 or are looking to improve skills for employment can come along for a free day of taster sessions to explore new skills, hobbies and interests. The event will be held at Chorley Library on Wednesday 10 January between 10am and 3pm.
Free ‘Have a Go’ taster sessions that make up LAL’s adult learning classes in the Chorley area will be delivered on the day alongside Health and Wellbeing activities and Arts and Crafts demonstrations.
On top of that, those attending will be able to seek careers advice and information and take advantage of skills advice drop-ins for Maths, English and ICT with LAL’s expert staff. Refreshments will also available.
Andrew Parkin, LAL’s Director of Curriculum and Partnerships said: “Our Chorley taster event is the perfect way to kick start 2018. There is no need to book – learners can simply turn up for a session on the day, bring along a friend and learn something new for your 2018 New Year’s resolution.
“We deliver high quality learning opportunities right across Lancashire, and Chorley and its surrounding areas remain an integral part of that delivery. Our courses meet the needs of our local communities who remain at the heart of everything that we do.”
Lancashire Adult Learning’s new course guide is out now, and is packed full of courses to help adults across Lancashire learn a new skill, enhance their social life, or develop their career prospects.
Lancashire Adult Learning delivers a huge range of planned provision across the Red Rose County, from Arts and Crafts to Humanities classes, Languages to Health and Wellbeing sessions and Employability courses.
For more information about LAL, contact 0333 003 1717 or visit www.lal.ac.uk