Fartown school launches adult learning courses for September

Introductory evening to be held on September 10

North Huddersfield Trust School is set to launch a new term of adult learning courses.

The Fartown school has increased its courses and the next enrolment will begin in September.

An introduction evening will be held at the school on Wednesday, September 10 from 3pm to 6.30pm.

Courses are offered in a range of areas such as healthy cooking, which can improve a family’s diet and lifestyle.

Other courses are run as an introduction to the following areas; becoming a teaching assistant, beauty therapy, manual bookkeeping and becoming a security guard.

Jane Manning of the school said: “Through our partner, Kirklees College, we offer a range of adult learning courses here at the school, many of which are free or subsidised. This is a fantastic opportunity right on your doorstep.

“If you are interested in any course that is not listed in the latest programme, please let us know. Provided we get sufficient numbers, we will look to run just about any course.”

There will also be two creative courses in beginners’ jewellery making and wood carving.

The courses run from September 17 from 6 to 8pm for 10 weeks, with the exception of healthy cooking which lasts for five weeks.

Prices start at £33 but some people may be eligible for a discounted fee.

For advice on discounted fees, please contact the information team at Kirklees College on 01484 437070 or email info@kirkleescollege.ac.uk

 
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