Free Open days with Adult Learning and gain new qualifications or skills!

baBELIEVE, ACHIEVE , WITH ADULT LEARNING!

Our FREE OPEN DAYS with our friendly staff will help you decide what is right for you.

Functional and GCSE English and Maths – ICT – ESOL – First Aid – Food Safety – Security – Level 3 Education and Training and lots of other courses too.

Heath Campus, Free School Lane, Halifax

Thursday 14 June, 5-8pm and Tuesday 10 July, 3-7pm

If you’re looking for an opportunity to acquire new skills to help you get the job of your dreams, come along to our dedicated taster sessions for core skills. All Maths and English courses are FREE and run at various times of the day and evening to suit your needs.

Meet the tutors; find out more information and maybe try your hand at a range of interactive activities.

This is also a good opportunity to meet other providers, such as Halifax Opportunities Trust or Artworks from our outreach provision. You can also meet prospective employers and receive impartial advice and guidance from C & K Careers, to ensure you are on the right course at the right level.

No need to book, come along for a cup of tea or coffee and an informal chat – why not bring the kids, partner, parents, work colleagues, friends – you’ll all experience a warm welcome

Quote CAL20 when booking courses to receive a 20% discount

On yer bike! Tour de Yorkshire comes to Halifax this Sunday…

This weekend day 4 of the Tour de Yorkshire starts in Halifax, on Sunday 6 May.
Yellow cycle race signs are now in place along the route and the streets are being dressed with yellow bikes and decorations. The busiest viewing spots in Calderdale are likely to be Cote de Hebden Bridge (King of the Mountain) and Halifax town centre. Halifax town centre will be closed to traffic from 6am on Sunday morning to allow race vehicles and cyclists to prepare for the race.

The peloton will leave the Piece Hall at 12.10pm, but please arrive early as Halifax and the route are expected to be busy. If you’re planning on watching the race in the Piece Hall you are strongly advised to use public transport and arrive early as entry is on a first come first served basis.
if you’re watching on the race route don’t forget the promotional caravan will be travelling the route prior to the cyclists arriving. The caravan will stop at certain locations along the route with a host of promotional goodies from the official race partners.
Find out the race timings on the VisitCalderdale blog

Don’t forget to pick up a pocket guide to the TdY in Calderdale at Tourist Info in Halifax, Hebden Bridge and Todmorden or download your copy from the Visit Calderdale site
Tour de Yorkshire merchandise is available to buy in Halifax and Hebden BridgeEvents on the route

There are lots of celebratory community events taking place throughout the weekend.
There is a fab day of entertainment planned at the Piece Hall before and after the race see the Piece Hall website for more info. Broad Street Plaza in Halifax will be having entertainment and a big screen for visitors to continue festivities throughout the day.
Find out more about the events on route and over the bank holiday weekend on the VisitCalderdale website.