Kent Adult Education is launching a new range of courses, with some being held at selected centres which have reopened in a COVID-19 safe environment.
However, many of the courses, which begin in January, will be online and interactive, delivered in real time.
Courses cover arts, craft, languages & communication, fitness & wellbeing, and a whole host of other subjects including business & IT, counselling & psychology, teaching & learning, writing & literature. There is also a “limited editions” range which offers something a bit different and out of the ordinary.
The courses being run at the KAE centres are primarily those which require specialist equipment and facilities, and the numbers able to participate will be limited so booking ahead is essential. For information on which centres are currently open please visit www.kentadulteducation.co.uk/about-us/news/the-following-centres-have-re-opened/
Adult education courses are suitable for anyone aged 19 and over and offer opportunities to learn a new skill, find a hobby, try something new as well as numerous physical and mental wellbeing benefits. To browse the courses currently available please visit www.kentadulteducation.co.uk/new-courses/
Kent Adult Education is also currently offering free Essential Digital Skills courses, which are already running to help learners gain the skills they need to stay safe online, use their devices effectively, safely shop online, update software, find useful information on the internet, and how to create basic documents.
Kent Adult Education’s courses are taught by specialist tutors.
Find out more at www.kentadulteducation.co.uk or call 03000 414025.