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COVID-19 Update

Due to current COVID-19 restrictions, our courses are continuing to run via remote learning to maintain current Government social distancing guidelines. Your safety and well-being is of the upmost importance to us, and we are working hard in the background to come back to the classroom and community. We are still contactable for enquiries via email (learn@gloucestershire.gov.uk) and our social media channels.

See below for more information on how to join our courses remotely.  

 

Functional Skills English and Maths

Due to the current COVID-19 restrictions we will be running our September 2020 Functional Skills English and Maths courses remotely to ensure the safety of our learners and staff, while maintaining current Government social distancing guidelines. 

Join our September 2020 Classes

 

ESOL

If you want to join an ESOL course starting in September, please book an appointment on our website for a phone assessment. 

Book an appointment

 

Apprenticeships

Throughout lockdown our Apprenticeships provision has continued to run, introducing alternative interactive remote learning and assessment methods which we have been receiving lot of positive feedback about. Enrolment onto apprenticeships and completions are still going ahead and we are continuously monitoring current guidance and planning for staged return to face to face assessment where remote learning is not sufficient in line with government guidance.

If you are an employer wanting to find out more information in getting involved an recruiting an apprentice or are looking for an apprenticeship opportunities and would like some guidance on where to start looking please get in touch via our email adedapps@gloucestershire.gov.uk.

 

Community Learning

We’re here for you in these uncertain times, whilst our delivery for community and families will not return to normal for a while. We will be offering online classes to support you in helping your children as they return to school and also helping everyone with their mental health and well-being.

Your safety and well-being is of the upmost importance to us, and whilst our courses are reduced we are working hard in the background to come back to the classroom and community.

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