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Adult learning this project is part of the liverpool city region esf ways to work programme and is part-funded by the european social fund and the youth employment initiative. As a student of the college, our aim is to get you where you want to go whether its higher level study or moving up in your career. Our great links with a range of sectors across the region ensure we stay ahead of the game. Adult learning centres in addition to our main centres, courses also take place at brain charity, calderstones school, crown street centre, harthill youth centre, holy family school, lark lane community centre, and mathew arnold school. We are currently offering online courses for june - august 2020. Note all evening and short courses run subject to sufficient applicant numbers. In the event that a course is cancelled, a full refund will be given. Course fees are also subject to change and any amendments to fees will be notified at enrolment. As well as our listed courses we can run pop-up college courses. To sign up for one of our pop-up college course contact us on 0151 233 2430. As soon as we have enough people signed up well let you know when the course starts. Hugh baird colleges a-level film studies student, conor oneil, alongside brothers matthew and john reynolds, have recently been announced as finalists for best international short at the buenos aires film festival and have been nominated for best short at the pinewood lift-off sessions and flickfair for their 2020 dark comedy short film, blackbird. Newsham alc is a large victorian house with excellent links in the local community and organisations. We provide a range of courses including first aid at work, health and safety, beauty and holistic therapies, it and basic gsce english and maths. Liverpool city councils adult learning service (als) is offering free open days in september to enrol learners onto exciting new courses. The als will be hosting a number of open days and evenings across the city to provide the opportunity to talk to tutors and guidance officers about the types of courses on offer and what they can do in terms of helping employment and learning new skills. You choose the course that suits you, at a level you want, in a type of study that fits with your life. Learn on the job and in our state-of-the-art facilities, with students just like you who want to take a new direction with their careers and their passions.