What you can learn with us (e-guide)
You can find an up-to-date list of our courses and enrol online at www.webenrol.com/camden or call us on any of the following numbers:
For ESOL: If you have done ESOL with us before, please call Hannah on 07984 801 941
For family learning: please call Alison on 07876 651 950
For health and wellbeing: please contact Janice on 020 7974 4395
Many people found themselves lonely, isolated and having to rely on others during lockdown. Was that you or someone you know?
Learn how to get online using a laptop/computer, tablet and smartphone.
Our courses will help you:
Our courses are designed for people with little or no experience with technology. Our tutors are friendly and patient, and will help you to relax. Soon you'll love learning with us.
Your digital device can open up a whole new world, but knowing how to start using it can be daunting.
Whatever your age or background, help is at hand.
Just turn up at one of our relaxed, friendly, FREE drop-in workshops. No booking required:
Where: Adult Learning Centre, Netley Campus, 74 Stanhope Street, NW1 3EX
When: Mondays, 10am-12pm
Where: Kilburn Library Centre, 12-22 Kilburn High Road, London, NW6 5UH
When: Tuesdays, 10am-12pm
And if you already know the basics, we have plenty of other courses across Camden to take your digital skills further - including an Essential Digital Skills Qualification to help you in your career!
ESOL classes help you to improve your English speaking, listening, grammar, reading and writing skills.
This will help you:
Learn essential maths skills and vocabulary to help you with everyday life.
Our Family Learning team run creative courses that will help you to understand how your child learns and develops.
You will make games and resources, meet other parents and develop your own confidence. We also run childcare courses, rhyme-time sessions for younger children and babies, courses to help you to support your child to start nursery/school and courses about Early Years Education.
Join Alison online for live storytelling, music and activities. To take part, send Alison a text on 07876 651 950 to say you are interested. Please also give us your children's ages so the session can be designed with that in mind. She will then send you a link to the live sessions.
If you have missed any of our storytelling sessions it your child down with their favourite toy and watch them on our YouTube or Instagram pages instead.
Click the links below for fun activities that go with these stories:
Find out when our next live online Saturday storytelling sessions will be held for this spring term. All sessions will be held via Zoom.
Here are a few simple activities you can do with your child at home:
We are working with community centres to stay in touch with the residents they support and find ways to provide learning activities during the pandemic. Many of the centres are also giving out food parcels and providing other support for people.
Community partners are welcome to contact us if they would like us to work with them to plan learning activities. Information about online courses will be posted here.
For more information, please call Janice on 020 7974 4395
Our Camden Adult Community Learning Choices and Opportunities Day will provide adults aged 19+ with information and advice about learning, training, employment and volunteering opportunities in Camden and the support services that can help them access those opportunities. We are targeting adults who may have been out of education or employment for a while and would benefit from our support to move forward.
Date and time: Wednesday 15 June, 11am to 1pm
Venue: Working Men’s College (Maurice Hall), 44 Crowndale Road, NW1 1TR
Find out how this free business course can help you start or grow your business without borrowing money or a formal business plan.
Want to earn while learning or training? Got ambition but need more work experience?
If you live in Camden or you went to a Camden secondary school, contact Camden Apprenticeships.
An apprenticeship allows you to earn a wage, get work experience and complete a qualification at the same time. Camden Apprenticeships creates a wide range of roles, helping people of all ages access their chosen careers. There is now no upper age limit.
See more information about apprenticeships.
Get FREE careers advice from a qualified Advice and Guidance Officer:
This includes one-to-one support with:
Are you feeling threatened or unsafe in your home? COVID-19 may have a big impact on those going through domestic abuse because of the rules. Find out more information on where you can turn to for help.
Do you have children who are feeling worried by the coronavirus?
'Everybody Worries' offers your child the message that this crisis will pass. We are there for them, and we will get through this together.
A national independent support line for care experienced adults aged 18–27
Got something you want to talk about? Or just looking to connect with a friendly human? Their clued-up on care experience volunteers are listening.
7 days a week, 6pm to midnight.
Telephone: 0808 802 0222 / Text message: 07890 065169
Live web chat: www.family-action.org.uk/listening-works/
Camden Council offer free cycle skills training for all adults and children. From complete beginners to advanced cyclists.
Free children's cycling courses are held during the school holidays. Free adult group courses for beginners and improvers are offered on many weekends. Some are away from traffic and others on quiet roads.
Free, individual cycle skills sessions to practice safer cycling in road traffic are available for advanced levels of experience. And anyone can join at the open-access after-school cycling sessions. These are on Mondays and Thursdays after school at Cumberland Market and Richard Cobden School.
Adults who are thinking of buying a bike but are not quite sure, can borrow a bike for four weeks. This is with Camden's free Try-A-Bike scheme. Proof of ID and advance deposit needed.