Manchester Adult Education Digital Skills April courses

Manchester Adult Education has Digital Skills courses starting from April 19th across our 6 citywide centres and community venues. At our Forum centre in Wythenshawe (M22 5RX), we have spaces on our:

Microsoft Applications for Work

Microsoft Applications for WorkIf you are looking to develop your skills and knowledge in using Microsoft applications for work, then this the short course is for you. Learn to confidently use Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint and File Management for the workplace.2 sessions a week over 6 weeks (face to face). Workshop style to suit your areas for development. 27 GLH.

Digital Essentials

Digital Essentials E3/L1This course is for you if you want to develop your digital skills for work and at home. You’ll learn how to use different devices for handling information, creating and editing, communicating, and transacting while remaining safe, secure and responsible online. You will be able to gain a qualification on this course.2 sessions a week over 12 weeks. Blended approach available. 58.5 hours total qualification time.

We also run drop in Skill Up workshops on Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons.

Skill Up WorkshopIf you want to access services, learn how to use a particular device, search for information quickly, save money or improve your employment prospects, this workshop is for you. Whatever your motive, your needs will be built into your workshop sessions at a level which is right for you. Up to 2.25 hours. You can attend up to 6 sessions.

To make a referral, simply fill in this form choosing ‘Digital Skills’ and adding first and family name, email address, contact number, date of birth and postcode. It is very quick and easy to refer/sign up.

We’ll then contact the resident to attend an in-person information, assessment and enrolment session at their nearest centre with a digital skills team leader.

Residents can also call into our Forum centre and book in at reception.