Workers Education Association – Free Taster Session

Futures in Mind and the Workers’ Educational Association are working in association to bring you taster sessions on their english and maths courses. The taster sessions are open to all and are a way to find out if it’s right for you. The sessions are free and if you would like to attend the full course and are on benefits this too is free. You will still be able to access the course if not on benefits for a fee (dependent on course).

WEA - Workers' Educational Assocsiation

Where and when?

The sessions will be at:

Wellbeing Centre,

10-11 Corner House,

Bushfair,

CM18 6NZ

Maths – Thursday 6th July 10.30am – 12.30pm with Janet Chandler.

English – Thursday 6th 1.30pm – 2.30pm with Janet Chandler.

Both sessions are 2 hours each. If you would like to secure a place on the course contact your co-ordinator or email Martin matin.baker@futuresinmind.org.uk

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