Adult Learning launches new online courses

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Norfolk County Council’s Adult Learning has made many of its courses available online, as well as launching new online courses designed to keep people active, healthy and connected throughout the lockdown.

Courses range from one-off digital help sessions through to vocational courses helping you explore a new career. Learning also provides an excellent opportunity to improve mental and physical health. There are arts and crafts courses, from beginner to expert level, so that people can learn a new hobby or develop their skills, giving the opportunity to get creative in a new exciting way.

Cllr Margaret Dewsbury has said “Adult Learning’s proven track record of delivering excellent courses for adults across Norfolk is well established. During the current lockdown situation, it’s so important to keep both your body and your mind active. The huge variety of courses means there’s something for everybody” continued the councillor. “While there’s lots going on and life looks very different, for some people this is a wonderful opportunity to try a new hobby, learn something new or to study for extra qualifications.”

For those struggling to keep up with technology and connecting with loved ones during this time, the uniquely designed courses will help get to grips with email, video messaging and stay safe online. There are also courses for the whole family, designed to help support children’s learning at home through age-specific targeted activities.

For more information please visit www.norfolk.gov.uk/adultlearning.