The adult education service offers over 1,000 courses a year, in venues all around the East Riding. Many of our courses will help you work towards a qualification or you can simply learn something new to help occupy your leisure time.
We offer courses in everything from creative studies, computing, languages, science and maths to courses in business and administration, healthy living and learning as a family. Full details can be found under each subject heading.
Details on what it costs to enrol, what concessions are available, whether you can get concessions on any course, paying instalments, financial support, what is a full level 2/3 qualification and how to find and book on a course.
Access our Course Finder online booking system along with details on how your credit/debit card details are kept secure.
Full details on what you need to do to enrol. Also information on course cancellation, paying in instalments, terms and conditions and information about what you will receive when you enrol on a course.
Information on the financial and additional support available and how to give feedback on a course.
Where the main adult education centres are, other venues used for courses, facilities that are offered and how to find and book onto a course.
Information on what will help your business, where courses take place, how much courses cost and how to find and book on a course.
Information on the 2013/14 loans process for level 3 and 4
qualifications for learners aged 24 and over.
If you need financial help with your accredited course, we have now made things easier for you to apply. Please see our Financial help and additional support page for more information.
Please use our online booking system to enrol today so you don't miss out on your perfect course.
The Course Guide for 2014/15 is out now! You can download a copy from here, or collect a printed version from a council venue near you. Enrol today and don't miss out.
Course Guide 2014/15 (pdf 1mb opens in new window)
Read more about the new course guide in the recent news feature; 'Council launches adult learning course guide'.