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Discover a new talent at Halton's adult learning classes
DISCOVER a hidden talent or new skill at one of the many courses being offered by Halton Council.
Christmas floristry, psychology, cake decorating and history are just some of the subjects now available following a survey.
Residents in Widnes and Runcorn were asked what courses they wanted.
Courses in childminding, soft furnishings and Sage accounting have been added and are proving very popular.
Louise Faint, Halton Council's curriculum lead for adult and family learning, said: “We are delighted that the new courses have been so well received and that we have been able to respond to requests for new subject areas.
"Now is the time to learn about floristry and cake decorating to surprise your friends and relatives at Christmas.
"The team works very hard to ensure that every learner receives a good quality learning experience and we hope to continue to offer good quality courses that meet the needs of Halton residents."
Courses start on Monday, October 28.
The Adult learning team runs courses at Kingsway Learning Centre in Widnes and the Acorn Learning Centre in Runcorn.
There are currently spring term waiting lists for IT, digital photography, floristry, art and design, calligraphy, garment construction, Spanish, maths, English, retail, customer services, hospitality and employability skills.
Halton Council is always keen to receive new requests and you can take part on the adult learning survey can be accessed at https://www.halton.gov.uk/questionnaire/adult_learning.htm If you’d like to enrol or enquire about any of the courses on offer or if you can’t see what you are looking for, contact Halton Adult Learning team on 0151 511 7788 or visit www.halton.gov.uk/adultlearning or check out its Facebook page, www.facebook.com/halton.adult.learning
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