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New website set to help Lincolnshire learn

By LincsCC  |  Posted: October 15, 2012


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A new website means it's now even easier for Lincolnshire adults to give learning a go.

A comprehensive list of adult learning courses across the county is now online at www.2aspire.org.uk.

Whatever your interests, the new website is your one-stop shop for the latest information on where and when you can find a course that's right for you.

Kaye Rushbrook, Learning and Workforce Development Manager, said:

"If you're looking to change your career, learn new skills or meet new people, taking an adult learning course is a step in the right direction. And this new website brings together for the first time the details of courses offered by a range of providers.

"There really is a course for everybody, and many of them are free. There are classes in everything from IT, digital photography and languages to CV writing and interview skills. So get online and give learning a go."

Once you've found a course you like, you can register your interest online or contact the provider directly.

The website is complemented by a brochure giving a flavour of the courses that are on offer. The brochure is available from local libraries or by calling the county council's Customer Service Centre on (01522) 782011. The Customer Service Centre can also search for a course on your behalf.

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