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  • Myths debunked about returning to Education as an Adult

    Are you aged 19+ and thinking about getting back into education to retrain, upskill or find employment? Is there something holding you back from taking that first step? There are a lot of myths and preconceptions surrounding getting back into education after a certain age and we’re here to debunk them. We hope you find […]

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  • Volunteers’ Week 2021

    Lancashire Adult Learning is celebrating some of its volunteering star learners during Volunteers’ Week 2021. Taking place from Tuesday 1st June until Monday 7th June, Volunteers’ Week is a national initiative. It is an opportunity to say thank you and shine a light on the contribution millions of people make across the UK through volunteering. […]

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  • Learning at Work Week

    LAL supports employers with Learning at Work Week offer

    Lancashire Adult Learning is offering free new courses to support the county’s employers as Learning at Work Week kicks off. Learning at Work Week is coordinated by the Campaign for Learning and runs from Monday 17th May to Friday 23rd May. The aims of the week are to promote lifelong learning at work and build […]

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  • Mural created by learners affected by cancer to be exhibited

    A mural created by those living with and beyond cancer during the COVID-19 pandemic is to be exhibited. The ‘Capturing a Moment in Time’ mural has been produced by Macmillan Cancer Information and Support Service users from West Lancashire. It has been created through a bespoke Lancashire Adult Learning arts-based health and wellbeing project. Some […]

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  • Celebrating Maths and English success stories

    Lancashire Adult Learning is celebrating two decades of delivering free Maths and English qualifications to adult learners. The celebration has taken place on the 20th anniversary of the Skills for Life Strategy – a landmark Government initiative. In March 2001, the Department for Education began a long-term programme to break the cycle of low literacy and numeracy skills in […]

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  • Learn how gardening can boost your wellbeing!

    Gardening has been know to transform the lives of many. If you have always been interested in growing a vegetable patch or learning the basics of planting flowers, here is the reason why you should: Stress Relief Soil contains a natural anti-depressant that can make us happier. Boost your immune system Spending time around soil […]

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  • Skills for Life: Amanda Parry

    When Amanda Parry, 32, from Chorley needed her Functional Skills qualifications in Maths and English to enable her to go to university and study Forensic Science, she got in touch with Lancashire Adult Learning. Amanda did not quite get the grades she hoped for in Maths and English at school that would lead on to […]

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  • Skills for Life: Rachel Duckett

    Rachel Duckett, 37, from Accrington thought there was no hope of a career for her after she failed at school. Having three children of her own and a stepson at home kept her busy, and she was always ‘being mum’. A chance meeting with a Lancashire Adult Learning tutor at her children’s school, however, changed […]

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  • Skills for Life: Mark Jones

    Mark Jones, 45, from Preston, says he recommends Functional Skills Maths and English to anyone after seeing the positive difference it has made to his life. Mark, who works for Lancashire County Council’s waste management division, was Lancashire Adult Learning’s Maths Star of the Year in 2019 after completing his qualification. Since achieving it, he […]

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  • Skills for Life: Keelie Barrett

    NHS maternity support worker Keelie Barrett, 44, from Burnley boosted her career after gaining her Functional Skills Maths and English qualifications. Keelie works at Burnley General Hospital and came to LAL to support her to improve her career prospects and widen her options for promotion and other roles within East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust. Four […]

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