Free e-learning for skills enhancement
The Government has launched a new platform that gives people access to free, high-quality digital and numeracy courses to help build up their skills, progress in work and boost their job prospects. Employers are also encouraged to use The Skills Toolkit to help to support and develop furloughed employees who are interested in learning from home. Supported by National Careers Service (NCS).
Free Online Employability course. Also offering 45% off all course enrolments.
Offering a range of courses to study online for free. Including language course, business and health and fitness. For more information, visit the Open University website.
Huge range courses available for free such as Starting a Business, Preparing for Work and Basic First. For more information and to view courses, visit the FutureLearn website.
Nationally accredited courses delivered online in partnership with a further education college in England. They are all funded by the UK Government. Course such as Business Administration, Customer Service, working in Health Care. For full course list and to register, visit the vision2learn website.
Learn My Way
Free courses on all-things digital including how to use a computer, ‘Microsoft Office programmes’, ‘How to find a Job online’ and ‘How to manage your money online’. For more information, visit the vision2learn website.
Make it Click
Free courses tools and templates that can help enhance your skills in work, such as ‘Using spreadsheets’, using Microsoft Office programmes ‘How to edit images/photos’ and many more.
Range of e-learning courses in subjects such as safeguarding children, health and wellbeing and careers advice. Some are listed as free.
Offering a range of free to study level 2 and 3 distance learning courses such as counselling skills, dementia care and customer service. To register, visit the Newbury College website.
Lists training from a number of training providers.
Various accredited courses as well as degree-level qualifications. For more information, visit the Coursera website.
App to learn a new language.
Learn a language for free. For more information, visit the Duolingo website.