Learning opportunities
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Learning opportunities

Search our Community directory for adult learning activities and training courses in your area. Select the 'Education, employment and volunteering' category.

Adult and Family Learning Service
The Adult and Family Learning Service offers a wide range of courses working with community and voluntary organisations.

Learning in Libraries
You can find events, classes and courses at Hampshire libraries.

Facilities and services for older people and people with disabilities at our libraries.

University of the Third Age
The University of the Third Age (U3A) has opportunities for anyone no longer in full-time employment to pursue learning in a friendly environment.

Information for disabled students

Information about studying in the UK as a disabled student.

Computer Skills for Life

The UK may have more internet users than any other EU country, but 1 in 5 adults still don’t have the basic online skills to benefit from the web. But the good news is that there are now lots of online resources, as well as courses available in your local community, to help you make that first step.

Online resources:

BT Getting Online advice
Digital Unite

Age UK

Family History
Research your family history at Hampshire Records Office.

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