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Community Based Courses
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Community Based Courses

Community Training Solutions

Dedicated to courses which are completely free for anybody who is over 19 years old and unemployed, claiming a benefit and actively seeking work.

Adult Courses at Colne Open Door

For Colne Open Door based courses please contact Dawn on 01282 860342

Introduction to Working in Adult Care

Introduction to Mental Health Awareness

Introduction to Childcare

Introduction to Health & Social Care

Developing Awareness of Substance Misuse

Developing Knowledge of Dementia Awareness

Introduction to Alcohol Awareness

Personal Infection Prevention

‘Bitesize’ Wellbeing

Bitesize Courses

Courses are held in August and November/December. Call 01254 354423 for upcoming dates.

Mentoring 

ICT Computing Skills

Cleaning & Facilities

Warehousing & Storage

Childcare

Practical Infection Prevention

Business Administration

Health, Social & Adult Care

Money Management

Wellbeing

Substance Misuse

Horticulture

Environmental Conservation

Accrington and Rossendale College is dedicated to supporting people in the community who are unemployed and actively seeking to get back into work.

We have a wide range of courses to suit all abilities and interests, which include a variety of industry sector areas. All courses are fully accredited, which means you will gain a qualification to add to your CV.

For more information about specific courses and where they are being held, please contact Richard Dwyer on 01254 354423 or email rdwyer@accross.ac.uk. Accrington & Rossendale College are also interested in working in partnership with local community organisations that are looking to host training programs at their own venue. Bespoke packages are also available. For an informal chat about what we can do for you, please contact the Business Development Team Leader for Community, Joanne Calvert on 01254 354191 or email jcalvert@accross.ac.uk.

Upcoming Events
Apprenticeship January Drop-In & Advice Session

January 15, 2019 @ 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm