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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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We are now taking enrolments for Traineeships

Are you aged 16-24 and want to gain work experience and a Level 1 Employability and Digital Skills qualification? Enrol now for our next Bucksinspired Traineeship programme starting in January 2021. This education and training programme with work experience, is focused on giving young people the skills and experience that employers are looking for. You […]

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Update: Buckinghamshire Adult Learning remains open

Following the latest government announcement that we will be entering another lockdown from 5 November, we’d like to reassure you that Buckinghamshire Adult Learning will remain open. Adult Learning is exempt from the new restrictions but the guidance advises that as much learning as possible should be delivered online. Where online learning is not possible, […]

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Woodwork course with Wycombe Wanderers

Buckinghamshire Adult Learning recently teamed up with Wycombe Wanderers Sports and Education Trust to provide a six-week Woodworking Skills course for people with mental health problems, as part of their ‘Keep Moving Forward’ Project.  The project helped members to learn a new skill, meet new people and provide them with an activity to focus their […]

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