As part of Adult Learners' Week (17 - 23 May), the Centre for Lifelong Learning is hosting an event to showcase opportunities for adults who wish to return to education.
On Monday 19 May the Centre for Lifelong Learning (CLL) will be at Central Library, Coventry giving advice to people who want to learn a new skill, learn for fun, or catching up on learning missed at school.
CLL tutors and staff will be available all day to meet and discuss options including dayschools, evening classes and even part-time degrees.
There will also be demonstrations of subjects such as storytelling and computer genealogy. Storytelling artist Hilary Minns will be giving tips to engage children in storytelling and will share the secrets of encouraging children’s imaginations and Paul Wilkins, a tutor at CLL, will hold a taster session focusing on the best websites to use to trace your family tree. Pauline McManus, Senior Tutor at CLL, will also be available to answer questions about adult learning.
The events are all free of charge but numbers are limited, please ring (024) 7683 2314 to book a place. Find out more about the sessions offered by the Centre for Lifelong Learning
Last year, over 50,000 people took part in Adult Learners' Week events across the country. Find out more from the Adult Learners’ Week website.