We offer a number of free courses and activities to support you.
We support jobseekers at three library job clubs:
The clubs are organised by Libraries and the sessions are delivered by volunteers and experts from advice agencies.
All sessions are drop in and you can stay for as long or short a time as you like. Everyone is welcome and tea and coffee are available as well.
We run free Internet taster courses for anyone who is new to using the Internet. These courses are for two sessions and give the learner a good understanding of how the Internet can benefit them.
We host regular creative writing workshops with well known authors on areas such as self publishing, writing a novel, writing for children and poetry workshops.
The Life in Great Britain course guides you through what you need to know to pass the citizenship test, with example questions at each stage. You can then test your knowledge about citizenship by having a go at the full practice test. You will need your library card number and you will need to create a login and password to access the course each time. You can join online if you aren't a member.
The Library computers are free to use.
You can use the Internet to look up information, email or search for jobs.
You may want to just write up your CV or letter or try an online course.
We have books available in a variety of subjects that may support your learning, from gardening and DIY to computing and languages.
You may want to brush up on your literacy skills. Try our No Late Fee collection of books to help improve your reading.
All learning events and activities are listed under Libraries - news and events.