Adult learning classes
Communities and Lifelong Learning (CLL) is offering flexible adult learning opportunities for 2020-21. Brush up your old skills, or learn new ones, in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. There is a wide range of lifelong learning activities, including certificated and non-certificated courses.
Some examples of adult learning opportunities include:
- Introduction Courses: Early Learning and Childcare, Health and Social Care, Mindfulness and Wellbeing
- Accredited Courses: National 5 Maths and National 5 Early Learning and Childcare
- Digital skills for Life and Employment
Introduction to Wellbeing (fully online - Zoom)
This free, 6 week course looks at what impacts on our wellbeing and the small changes that we can make to improve our physical and emotional health. Sessions include:
- Mindfulness for wellbeing
- Food and mood
- Looking after your emotional wellbeing
- Anxiety management
- Sleep and wellbeing.
Starting on Thursday 29 April 09:30-11:00. To book, email CLL@midlothian.gov.uk.
Raising Teens with Confidence (fully online - Zoom)
This free, 6 week course aims to help parents / carers understand how they can best support their teenage children to navigate increasing independence, develop confidence, security and resilience and promote emotional wellbeing. Includes sessions on:
- ‘The teenage years, why what you do matters’
- 'Risky business'
- 'The Brain under stress'
- 'It's good to talk'
- 'Looking after your wellbeing'.
Starting on Wednesday 28 April 09:30-11:00. To book, email CLL@midlothian.gov.uk.
Individual Training Accounts (ITA)
Individual Training Accounts (ITAs) offer eligible participants up to £200 towards the costs of approved learning or training.
Skills Development Scotland (SDS) have limited places for 2020-21.