The Workers Educational Association (WEA) provides a comprehensive learning programme as a first step back into education for people who may have had negative experiences at school. The five most common subject areas are English for Speakers of Other Languages, literacy, numeracy, computer skills and study skills.
They offer a comprehensive range of subjects, as follows:
Find out more about WEA and how they operate at this link.
Courses are run locally, either through one of the Association’s 450 branches or in partnership with local groups, charities and other organisations.or interactivlely online.To find a course near you, follow this link.
Courses are free if you are aged 16-18 and you want to develop your literacy and numeracy skills. You may be able to get all or part of the course fee paid if you are on an income-based benefit or on a low income.
The WEA Student handbook is a one-stop guide to learning with the WEA.containing all the information you need to book a couse through to successful completion.
Frequently Asked Quetions
Learner help and a list of FAQ's are available here.
See all he latest news and blogs from the WEA at this link.
Full contact details are available at this link.
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