Courses coming up at community venues
13th February 2009 2:07pm - Return to press releases
East Riding College has teamed up with community venues to offer a range of five-week courses for no more than £20.
Many people will be eligible to take the courses - in Beverley, Bridlington and Driffield - for free.
With the first starting on February 27, the courses are on subjects ranging from languages and IT to child psychology and playing the guitar.
Mick Mather, school and community liaison manager at East Riding College (pictured), said: "These courses could open up a whole new world of learning to you, and are also a great way to meet people who share your interests.
"Also, while not leading to formal qualifications in their own right, they might well be the first step to looking at courses that do lead to job opportunities."
The courses will be held at the East Riding College campuses in Beverley and Bridlington, the Cherry Tree Centre in Beverley, Driffield School, and West Hill Community Centre, in Bridlington.
Examples of course titles include The Psychology of Criminal Profiling, Computers Don't Byte, Improving Your Memory, Introduction to Interior Design and Exploring Classical Music.
They will begin on dates between February 27 and March 7, and will each run for five weeks. Each weekly session is two hours long.
To find out how to enrol or for information on who is eligible for free courses, call the College on 0845 120 0037.
Leaflets are available by post by calling the same number or can be downloaded by clicking here.
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