Through Adult Community Learning, Safety First Community Training Centre assists unemployed adults with developing their computer skills, searching for a job and working with Job Centre Plus’ Find a Job system. Helping to improve your confidence, experience and developing CVs to improve the opportunities for some of those who are furthest from the job market.
These courses also give learners opportunities to progress onto:
English My Way – digital skills is a progression route available to those who have completed an ESOL course, and now want to develop their digital skills. Progression onto learning basic digital skills is very important for people with low English language skills. This course provides additional tutor time to support those learning English for the first time, to move on to other skills.
Future Digital Inclusion helps people with low computing skills, unemployed people, disabled people and people with learning difficulties to improve their digital skills and feel included within the community.
Reboot UK will help you gain the skills and confidence you need to get online, giving you greater choices in life.
Lloyds Banking Group Digital Inclusion Programme will help learners to increase their understanding of how they can control their finances online as well as develop other digital skills.
Safety First Community Training Centre has helped me to get over my fear of computers. It has encouraged me to go online more.
One of our Volunteers was looking to buy a pair of shoes online from a ‘dodgy’ website. I was able to show her what the Online Shopping section of the Learn My Way programme advised and she decided against buying the shoes – I think we stopped her from being ‘conned’!
Monday AM: Safety First Community Training Centre
Tuesday AM: Wyke Community and Children’s Centre
Tuesday PM: Wyke Community and Children’s Centre
Wednesday AM: Safety First Community Training Centre
Thursday AM: Safety First Community Training Centre
New courses are still being arranged at Safety First Community Centre and in some community venues. Please contact us for further details.
Courses start the week commencing Monday 10th September 2018.
Some ID will be required to enroll you on a class. Please bring any of these if you have them:
- National insurance number
- Visa (with spouse passport for spouse visa)
- Benefit letters
Book Your Place
If you would like to access a course or find out more, contact Safety First Community Training Centre on 01274 727233 or fill in the form below. We will arrange for you to visit one of our venues to assess your needs and eligibility.
Whatever your needs, we will try to find a course suitable for you. However, not everyone will be eligible for all courses.