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  1. People over the age of 19 years now have the chance to apply for an Advanced Learning Loan. To find out more visit the .gov.uk website. You must be 19 or older on the first day of your course. Your course must be: a Level 3, 4,…
  2. Alfie - Adult Learning for Independence and Employment Our Alfie courses enable learners to manage independently at home and within the community, building their social and employability skills. Visit website for a full list of courses available. For more information, please contact: Ann Guile ALFIE…
    Hall PLaceBurchetts Green,MaidenheadSL6 6QR
  3. Regular drop-in sessions at various times - see notes for schedule
    Get Online drop-in sessions are gradually starting up again at venues around Reading. Monthly Friday sessions at a new venue – Oak Tree House in Dee Park. Sessions will be on the first Friday of the month at 11:00. The sessions are in a sheltered…
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  4. Part of the Get Online Reading project, check website for more details. Telephone support available, number below. Monthly sessions at Whitley Wood Community Centre, Swallowfield Drive, Reading RG2 8UH on the last Tuesday of the month and the 3rd Wednesday 10:00-11:30. Just call in with your…
    252Northumberland AvenueReadingRG2 7QA
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    New Directions College – Part-time Adult Education Whether you would like to learn a new skill, gain qualifications and improve your career prospects or pursue your creative passions we offer a great range of courses to meet your needs. Courses include English, Maths, ESOL; qualifications…
    330 Northumberland AvenueReadingBerkshireRG2 8DH
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