Reservations are now open for High Peak residents who want to learn something new this summer.
Derbyshire County Council’s Community Adult Education Service offers activities for people who want to study for new qualifications or explore new hobbies and interests.
Courses include GCSE entry level maths and English, counseling skills, languages and computer skills as well as pottery, tailoring, crafts and floristry.
The summer term begins on Monday 25 April and details of all courses can be found online at derbyshire.gov.uk/coursesearch or in leaflets available from community adult education centers and libraries.
DCC Cabinet Member for Education, Councilor Alex Dale, said: ‘We are keen to provide adults with the opportunity to learn new skills and qualifications, so if adult education is something you are considering , we encourage you to take the plunge and see what we have available.
Residents can register for a course by calling, emailing or visiting the center where the chosen course is taking place.
Details of local centers are available at derbyshire.gov.uk/ACEcentres
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