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CResCent Resource Centre Courses

With the end of restrictions coming into effect from 19th July across England, we have made the decision to continue with certain protocols to ensure everyone's safety, such as respectfully requesting the use of face coverings in communal areas, temperature checks, one way system, etc.

Thank you for your continued support in keeping our community safe. 

All courses must be pre-booked.


Please see downloads section for more information on courses for, computer skills, first aid and food safety or visit The CResCent website.


Employability workshops are FREE, there is a charge for other courses

Employability workshops Nov (including personality profiling for job search, using linkedIn, interview techniques & skills, return to work place, presentation skills,  volunteering).

Who to contact

0118 921 0555
contact form via website
Parent Organisation
Earley CResCent Community Association

Where to go

The Earley CResCent Resource Centre
Crescent Resource Centre
Warbler Drive
Lower Earley

Time / Date Details

Time of day

Other Details


Is there a charge for
using this service?
There is a charge for courses. Only employability courses are free.
Wheelchair accessible?

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