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OpenLearn is The Open University’s free online learning platform. On the platform you’ll find thousands of courses, resources, and activities on a wide range of subjects that you can follow at your own pace, totally flexibly, and all for free.
Learn Welsh with us. You can find free Welsh taster courses online at the National Centre for Learning Welsh website. The courses introduce everyday words and phrases, and are available to everyone.
Visit any one of Amgueddfa Cymru’s seven national museums across Wales, in person or virtually. We have a rich variety of physical and digital activities, workshops and resources available to support adult and community learning.
We have a wide range of courses on offer, from short courses in Art, Design and Media; IT and Digital Skills; Literacy, Numeracy, ESOL , to qualifications in Youth Work, PlayWork, Counselling, Employability Skills and many more! Have a look on our website or contact one of our team for a chat and start learning something new today!
We’re helping older and digitally excluded people to feel more confident and make the most out of life in a digital world. If you know someone who would benefit from digital skills training, we’ve got the resources to support you and them in getting to grips with the online world: from learning the basics to everyday tasks.
Do you want to study to develop new skills, to achieve qualifications, or for leisure? We offer adult, community, and evening courses across North Wales where you can: develop your skills and confidence, improve your job prospects, learn a new skill or hobby and make some new friends along the way.
Volunteers are the lifeblood of voluntary and community organisations in Wales. They bring so many benefits, but recruiting and retaining volunteers means creating a positive and supportive environment. If you work with volunteers in Wales, or are looking to get into volunteering, then we’ve got you covered.
Unite Wales Union Learning Fund
UNISON Cymru Wales has a Wales Union Learning Fund (WULF) project that works in partnership with our UNISON branches, employers and other trade unions in workplaces across Wales. We organise and fund online and face-to-face learning activities and work with any public service organisation and UNISON Branch that is keen to develop the skills of its workforce, particularly lower paid workers and those with literacy, numeracy or digital skills needs.
The South-East Wales Reaching Wider Partnership is a collaborative programme, funded by HEFCW and led by delivery teams at the University of South Wales, Cardiff Metropolitan University and Cardiff University. Our mission is to engage adults 21 and over with no Higher Education qualifications in courses offering a gateway and roadmap into higher education. We believe that University is for everyone, regardless of background, and provide innovative and exciting opportunities to build confidence and raise aspirations.
Cardiff Metropolitan University Widening Access, offer a range of FREE short courses designed to tackle barriers to entry and provide access pathways to University. These courses provide a first step to help you grow in confidence, develop skills & knowledge and are a great opportunity to try something new.
Learn new skills and start your next chapter
Whatever your situation, if you’re passionate about learning a new skill, we’ll help you explore your options with free, impartial advice on the training programmes that can help you change your story.
Working Wales is for anyone over the age of 16 across Wales to access expert advice and guidance to help you overcome obstacles that you may be facing to get you into work.
So, whether you need help searching for jobs, writing a CV, preparing for an interview, finding work placement, learning new skills, understanding redundancy rights, childcare support, building self-confidence, or even where to turn next this is the right place to get the help you need.