Learning

If you are looking to update your skills, build your confidence or meet new people, taking part in a course may be an ideal pathway.

Redbridge Institute of Adult Education

The Redbridge Institute of Adult Education offers vocational and personal development courses for adults. There are hundreds of courses to choose from andall arepart-time with a choice of day or evening study. The college also runs family and neighbourhood learning programmes.

Visit Redbridge Institute of Adult Education website

Mildmay Neighbourhood Learning Centre

The Mildmay Neighbourhood Learning Centre runsadult education coursesin computing, beauty, English, maths and ESOL. Contact the Centre on020 8514 0569or mildmay@visionrcl.org.uk.

Redbridge College

Redbridge College offers universitycourses and training courses forpeople over the age of 14 years old. The collegewelcomes adults and provides a broad professional learning programme to cater for thoselooking to improve their skills and professional development.

If you are thinking about returning to study and would like some advice, contact the staff at the Learner Advice Centre.

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Workers’ Educational Association

The Workers’ Educational Association is a charity and voluntary sector provider of adult education.

WEA has a branch in Ilford offering daytime and evening courses tutored by highly qualified and experienced tutors. There is a monthly evening class focusing on current exhibitions, monthly Saturday walk class, two history and literature classes as well as much more.

You can go along to the first session for free.

Visit WEA websiteemail wea_ilford@btinternet.com or telephone 020 8599 8846 or 020 8590 3406.

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External websites: Redbridge Institute of Adult Education, Redbridge College