The Adult Learning Hub is situated within the main campus at Selby College.
Within the Adult Learning Hub, you can study towards adult English and Maths. You can also improve your computer skills through an Essential Digital Skills course. The courses can be completed at home, in the Hub or a combination of both.
Adult Learning Hub Opening Times:
Thursday: 2pm-4pm and 5pm-8pm
*Opening times may be subject to change
Additional Maths and English Sessions
We are making some changes to the way we support our adult learners, changes that are going to help you complete your qualifications quickly and with real confidence!
The Hub within college will still be YOUR space for learning and we will still have that evening drop in session on a Thursday from 5pm – 7pm but now we are looking to offer support workshops to meet YOUR needs.
Our current plan is to run specific English and Maths sessions on a Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday which you book into, when you see a session you know will help you make progress you get yourself booked in! These will be group sessions delivered by our specialist tutors with a sharp focus on meeting your personal needs alongside the enjoyment of working with other adults. We will be constantly reviewing these sessions to make sure we get them at the right time to suit you.
Tuesday: English 11.00-12.00 Maths 1.00-2.00
Wednesday: English 1-2.30 Maths 2.45-4.15
Thursday: Maths 11.30-12.30 English 1.00-2.00
Sessions will be targeted at specific aspects of English and Maths and we will let you know the full programme of sessions so you can choose what’s right for you.
Watch out for more information from our Adult Learning Officer Lisa Midgley and check the college website and social media by clicking on the link below.
Our Courses include:
- Functional Skills English (up to Level 2)
- Functional Skills Maths (up to Level 2)
- Essential Digital Skills
- Opportunity Escalator
- Developing a Career in the Construction Industry
- Developing Digital Skills for the Workplace
- Introduction to a Career in Health, Social Care and Early Years