GROWN-UPS are being lured back to class, thanks to Huddersfield Technical College.
Its new adult education prospectus is out next week.
Lectures range from accountancy to yoga, but also cover traditional subjects such as the works of Shakespeare or more specialised hi-tech fields, like shopping on the internet.
There are 800 courses, including vocational and recreational subjects. They are taught at 22 venues throughout the district.
Classes begin in September, with lessons scheduled throughout the day and in the evening. Creche facilities are available at some centres.
Ian Lister, adult education co-ordinator for the south Huddersfield area, said:
"If you have thought you could make up for lost time when you were at school, want to take up a new interest or catch up with changes in computing and extend current skills, then this is for you."
Levels range from beginners through to university standard work.
The prospectus will be delivered to homes within the HD postal area from Monday.
The courses are inexpensive and some are free.