ENROLMENT FOR 2018/19 STARTING NOW, DON’T MISS OUT!Call us: 020 3045 5176
Learning in the Community our learning in the community project provides a range of FREE courses that you can use to progress into employment or further studies at the College. These courses can be held in outreach centres, local schools or at one of our College centres. You may qualify for a free course if you are enrolled on English, maths or ESOL course at the College or are unemployed, on a low wage, a voluntary worker or receiving benefits. We offer: n Arts & Crafts n Administration n Beauty n Bookkeeping n Childcare/Teaching Assistants n Computing /Digital Skills/e-safety n Cookery n First Aid/Pediatric First Aid n Floristry n Food / Food Safety n Office Skills For further information please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org ✆ 020 3045 5176 A nominal fee applies to all courses. Courses are limited to two per academic year.
Raise your personal awareness when confronted with first aid conditions and accidents. Learn how to use the skills of CPR when faced with an emergency situation following the basic First Aid principles to preserve life, prevent deterioration and promote recovery.
19 September 18 | 22 Hours | 11 wks | 16:45 - 18:45 | Bexleyheath
A useful course aimed at individuals who are either working or training to work within an educational environment and need to update their Microsoft Office skills. Learners will acquire IT knowledge that can be transferred to the work place for their own job role and to support others. Further courses in Family Learning and Neighbourhood Learning are available at The Learning and Enterprise College Bexley - check out the website (www.lecb.ac.uk), phone us on 0203 045 5176 or see our brochure (available in any of our centres). If you need to improve in English or Maths have a look at the level 1 and 2 Functional Skills and GCSE qualifications we have to offer. The college advice and guidance department offers confidential guidance sessions too so if you need further help on where to go from here, get in touch.
You may qualify for a free course if you are enrolled on an English, maths or ESOL course at the College or are unemployed, on a low wage, a voluntary worker or receiving benefits.
A nominal fee applies to all courses. Courses are limited to two per academic year.