Community learning is designed to help people of different ages and all backgrounds:
• get a new skill
• reconnect with learning
• follow an interest
• prepare to progress to formal courses
• learn how to support their children better
Sandwell Adult and Family Learning are delighted to be offering interesting and varied community learning opportunities across Sandwell for adults 19+ and families. The main focus within the SAFL service is community and family learning, enabling them to offer a diverse range of courses including fitness, dance and music, crafts and skills and painting and drawing, which are suitable for adults, both male and female. The classes include several types of yoga, zumba and other fitness classes which are also suitable for supported learning.
SAFL will be running a range of drawing and painting technique art classes and flower arranging, which is always popular, especially in the autumn term coming up to the festive season.
Do you want to make clothes that fit perfectly? Then join SAFL for one of their classes run by very experienced tutors. The classes cover basic sewing skills right through to tailoring. You may also want to try your hand at creating bespoke home furnishings!
Family learning provides a range of opportunities to learn together including tabla family music, fun days and after school activities to enable families to spend quality time learning and exploring new skills.
This year the family learning festival in October will be running ‘ imagination stations’ at all their main centres on consecutive Saturdays, providing fun learning for all the family free of charge. One key area of focus for parents, carers and guardians is the provision across the borough, in various settings, of a fourteen hour paediatric and adult first aid, that can be delivered condensed over two days or in multiple two hour sessions.
Please get in touch to find out more about what Sandwell Adult and Family Learning can offer you in the new academic year.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0121 556 7426, 0121 557 0837 or 0121 555 6255.