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Welcome to Buckinghamshire Adult Learning

We offer interesting and exciting opportunities for adults to fulfil their ambitions, further their interests and achieve their potential through learning and training.

A broad programme of over 1,500 part-time courses and workshops, delivered online and from 140 locations across Buckinghamshire, means we have something to suit everyone. Courses range from one-day to one-year and we cover beginner through to advanced levels, offering daytime and evening flexibility.

Our tutors are dedicated and passionate about their subjects. Classes allow you to develop your skills, knowledge and confidence in an environment where both tutors and learners offer support and encouragement.

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NEWS

22
Sep
Are you unemployed? Start a new career with a recognised employer in as little as two weeks!

Buckinghamshire Adult Learning works in partnership with the Department of Work and Pensions to deliver SWAPs or Sector-based Work Academy Programmes. These intensive courses aim to give jobseekers the skills and confidence to apply for jobs in specific industries such as Hospitality, the Civil Service, Rail, Adult Social Care and roles in Business Administration across […]

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08
Sep
Hear Colin’s Learner Success Story

Watch this video of Colin, who started as a learner with Buckinghamshire Adult Learning and has now gone on to becoming a full-time employee.

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08
Sep
Local MP visits Open Day at Quarrendon Adult Learning Centre, Aylesbury

Buckinghamshire Adult Learning held a successful open day at its centre in Quarrendon, Aylesbury on Friday 3 September. Visitors included Rob Butler MP, Mayor of Aylesbury, Cllr Anders Christensen, Cllr Sherrilyn Bateman, Cllr Alan Sherwell and representatives from Jobcentreplus, Bucks Healthcare Buckinghamshire Mind, Building Futures, Buckinghamshire Family Information Service, Buckinghamshire & Surrey Trading Standards, The […]

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