About Flex2Learn

TheFlex2Learn project’s aim is to help support people working or looking for work in the health and social care sector, to gain qualifications using a flexible learning model. The main priority is to ensure you have access to learning which can fit around work, family life, friends and other commitments – removing obstacles to further education and achieving your goals.

Learn Devon, Skills & Learning Bournemouth, Dorset and Poole and Somerset Skills & Learning have been awarded funding from the Education and Skills Funding Agency to trial a variety of learning platforms and delivery models to demonstrate the most effective flexible learning platform and delivery style. The project will run from October 2018 to July 2019. If you work in the health and social care sector, or you are looking to start a career in it, then our new project may be able to support you in improving your skills and achieving the qualifications you require. For more information on the courses available in your area please visit our ‘Contact Us’ page and click on your region.

About Learn Devon

Learn Devon has provided Adult and Community Learning courses and nationally accredited qualifications in Devon for more than 20 years. The wide range of courses on offer help learners gain important skills and qualifications to help get: jobs, support independent living, or simply to improve oneself and meet other people. Learn Devon is hosted by Devon County Council, funded primarily through the Education Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) and learner fees. We have centres across Devon including Bideford, Exmouth, Newton Abbot, Tavistock and Totnes.

Visit  the Learn Devon website >

About Skills & Learning Bournemouth, Poole and Dorset

Skills & Learning Bournemouth, Dorset and Poole is the merged Adult Learning services for Bournemouth Council, Dorset Council and Poole Council. The service has been running for 5 years. We are a customer focused organisation and are working with local communities, partner organisations and employers to provide opportunities to change people’s lives for the better through learning. Many courses we offer are supported by fund from the Education Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) and from other sources, such as the European Social Fund. We also offer courses that do not receive any external funding and these are supported by the fees we charge to learners. We have centres available in Blandford, Bournemouth, Dorchester, Ferndown, Oakdale and Weymouth.

Visit the Dorset Skills & Learning website >

About Somerset Skills & Learning

Somerset Skills & Learning is a leading adult education, community learning and apprenticeship provider in Somerset. We have a long tradition of delivering education within our communities, which we facilitate through our five centres across the county. We specialise in offering education in health & social care, through sector-focused qualifications and apprenticeships as well as delivering courses in the supporting areas of maths, English and ICT. Our courses are aimed at improving your skills to get into, or progress at, work and most are part or fully funded to make learning accessible to as many people as possible.

Visit the Somerset Skills & Learning website >

About Flex2Learn   TheFlex2Learn project’s aim is to help support people working or looking for work in the health and social care sector, to gain qualifications using a flexible learning model. The main priority is to ensure you have access to learning which can fit around work, family life, friends and other commitments – removing obstacles to further education and achieving your goals. Learn Devon, Skills & Learning Bournemouth, Dorset and Poole and Somerset Skills & Learning have been awarded funding from the Education and Skills Funding Agency to trial a variety of learning platforms and delivery models to demonstrate the most effective flexible learning platform and delivery style. The project will run from October 2018 to July 2019. If you work in the health and social care sector, or you are looking to start a career in it, then our new project may be able to support you in improving your skills and achieving the qualifications you require. For more information on the courses available in your area please visit our ‘Contact Us’ page and click on your region.

About Learn Devon

Learn Devon has provided Adult and Community Learning courses and nationally accredited qualifications in Devon for more than 20 years. The wide range of courses on offer help learners gain important skills and qualifications to help get: jobs, support independent living, or simply to improve oneself and meet other people. Learn Devon is hosted by Devon County Council, funded primarily through the Education Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) and learner fees. We have centres across Devon including Bideford, Exmouth, Newton Abbot, Tavistock and Totnes.

Visit  the Learn Devon website >

About Skills & Learning Bournemouth, Poole and Dorset

Skills & Learning Bournemouth, Dorset and Poole is the merged Adult Learning services for Bournemouth Council, Dorset Council and Poole Council. The service has been running for 5 years. We are a customer focused organisation and are working with local communities, partner organisations and employers to provide opportunities to change people’s lives for the better through learning. Many courses we offer are supported by fund from the Education Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) and from other sources, such as the European Social Fund. We also offer courses that do not receive any external funding and these are supported by the fees we charge to learners. We have centres available in Blandford, Bournemouth, Dorchester, Ferndown, Oakdale and Weymouth.

Visit the Dorset Skills & Learning website >

About Somerset Skills & Learning

Somerset Skills & Learning is a leading adult education, community learning and apprenticeship provider in Somerset. We have a long tradition of delivering education within our communities, which we facilitate through our five centres across the county. We specialise in offering education in health & social care, through sector-focused qualifications and apprenticeships as well as delivering courses in the supporting areas of maths, English and ICT. Our courses are aimed at improving your skills to get into, or progress at, work and most are part or fully funded to make learning accessible to as many people as possible.

Visit the Somerset Skills & Learning website >