We provide education and training opportunities, for people over 19-years-old, to help you learn new things and gain the skills you need to get a job.
Courses are provided in colleges and community venues across Lambeth and are free or very low cost.
Whether you're a lone parent, need support with English language skills, have been out of work for a long time or are looking for a career change, we can help you find the course for you.
Call us on 020 7926 5607 to talk to someone about your needs.
If you want to learn a new skill, gain a qualification to boost your job prospects, meet people, learn something for fun or get over an illness you will find a course that interests you.
Courses vary from improving your writing and computer skills and getting to grips with managing your money to art, health, fitness, media, business and counselling.
Adult Learning Online Centre - Greenman Skills Zone
225 Coldharbour Lane, Brixton, SW9 8RR Telephone: 020 7926 5607 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Free workshops on how to use computers, use the internet, Word, Excel and Powerpoint and get help with writing your CV.
Personal development courses to help build confidence plus IT, money management, health & fitness, customer service and preparation for work.
At schools, nurseries, children’s centres and community venues across Lambeth. Telephone: 020 7926 8696 or 0795 716 2794
Family learning courses for parents, carers and other family members working with their children and learning together. Courses include digital photography, bookmaking, film and animation, IT, helping your child with reading, writing and maths and helping your child play.
IT, improve your English, manage your money and discover your potential (personal development), office skills and volunteering with placement.
Hip hop and lindy hop dance training, including courses for disadvantaged women and young people, plus the opportunity to gain a qualification.
English, maths and IT qualifications; keep fit, painting, sewing, cake making, volunteering with placement and more. Plus courses for learners with learning difficulties and disabilities.
Maths, skin care and make up, arts, crafts and textiles, IT, access to volunteering and learning support, careers and employment workshops.
Support for homeless and disadvantaged people including music, IT and IT for women, gardening, online job search, English, maths and volunteering.
For more information about courses contact one of Lambeth's learning centres direct.
You can call, email or visit their websites. A friendly member of staff at each learning centre will be able to give you a list of courses and course descriptions and will be able to advise you when and where the course takes place
We are here to help you with your job search if you are 19-years-old and over, have been unemployed for a long time, have recently been made redundant or have decided on a career change.
We can provide help with:
- advice and information on courses
- help with compiling your CV
- help with completing application forms
- interview preparation
- advice on changing career
- information on foreign qualifications.
Drop-in service: For quick enquiries go to our drop-in service at the Green Man.
For in-depth help make an appointment.
Telephone: 020 7926 5607
Location and opening hours: Opening hours: 9.45am to 5pm, Monday to Friday Where: Green Man Skills Zone, 225 Coldharbour Lane, Brixton SW9 8RR.
Supply Chain Fees and Charges Policy 2014-15 This policy sets out our reasons for subcontracting adult learning provision, the fees charged for managing subcontractors and the support subcontractors receive from the Lambeth Adult Learning Service.
Adult Learning Equality and Diversity Statement The Lambeth Adult Learning Service strives to eliminate discrimination, harassment and victimisation and advance equality of opportunity in the delivery of all of its services. We also pride ourselves on fostering good relations with our learners and providers across the borough.