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New website makes discovering learning opportunities simple
Leeds City Council has launched a new ‘Leeds Adult Learning’ website which makes it easy for adults to find enjoyable courses in and around their local area.
The website provides an easy way to discover information about hundreds of courses across the city that are open to people aged over 19.
To help learners find their way to course venues, the website has an integrated journey planner with bus routes and maps to identify the best and easiest way to travel.
The new website marks the fist time that information from dozens of different course providers can be found in one place.
Mohammed Rafique, Leeds City Council’s executive member for employment, enterprise and opportunity, said: “Adult Learning courses are a great way for people of all backgrounds and life experiences to acquire new skills, meet new people and have fun whilst learning.
“With many learners progressing into work or undertaking further study to gain qualifications, we are always trying to find new and innovative ways in which more people can benefit.
“It is fantastic news that the new Leeds Adult Learning website has now been launched to make it even easier for people to find out more about the range of courses that are available across the city.”