What's on this term

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Our spring term timetable is now available

To find out what free courses are currently available to you, download our autumn term timetable: 

Information and Enrolment Days 2017-18

For 2017-18 enrolment dates please click on the flyer.

Half term family learning event at the British Museum

This February half term Camden adult community learning are running a family learning event in partnership with the British Museum – so come along as a family and take part.

There will be loads of activities linked to the Chinese exhibition at museum as well as our storytelling session with a craft session based around the book ‘George and the Dragon’ by Chris Wormell.

For more information please click on the PDF flyer.

Volunteer training – Family learning in prisons

Best Start for Families will be running volunteer training for family learning in prisons on Saturday 24 February 2018, 10am-3.30pm.

This training would suit:

•    teacher training students
•    social work students
•    people training to be teaching assistants
•    people who have completed a family learning course as a learner
•    people wanting to volunteer to enhance their CVs
•    professionals wanting to extend their skills

To apply, please contact Foufou Savitsky on beststartforfamilies@gmail.com or 07949 603 968 or for more information please click on the PDF flyer.

Free family learning courses

Free dementia friendly music concerts

Songhaven are hosting free music concerts events for those with dementia and their friends and families. If you know anyone with dementia who loves music, please do encourage them to come along, or invite them on an outing and bring them with you.  The atmosphere is always something special and live music can work wonders in lifting the spirits.

These events are free but booking is essential. Booking opens 10 February at the Lumen Cafe.

For more information please call 020 7278 1887, email songhaven@songhaven.co.uk  or click on the PDF flyers above.

Get into Learning! Free short courses and workshops

More information about free short courses and workshops at a community centre near you for Camden residents who are aged 19 and over

Free employability courses

Develop your confidence to apply for work.

For more information please contact Panchali Kar on 020 7255 4733, email pkar@wmcollege.ac.uk  or click on the PDF flyer.

Free computer workshops from January-March 2018

More information on where you can learn to get started using a computer, mouse and keyboard or to learn a new skill on the computer


To join the computer workshops at Kentish Town Library and Kilburn Library, you need to be a member of the library.  Anyone can join and you do not need to live in Camden.  Please bring proof of address to register.  You can do this from 12pm when the library opens to the public.

When you come to the class, you will need the following to be able to enter the building:

  • your library card
  • your pin number

These libraries are now only open to library members in the mornings.

Free drop-in conversation groups from January-March 2018

To find out more information about these drop-in sessions, please click on the PDF flyer.

IT Volunteers needed

We are looking for volunteers to support residents to use computers to develop computer skills, access services and information, to keep in touch with friends and family and for leisure.

For more information or to book your place, call the Camden adult community learning team on 020 7974 2148, email adultlearning@camden.gov.uk  or click on the flyer.

Parent Academy

Improve your English

Camden Adult Community Learning can help you to improve your English language skills

Help into work

Places you can learn in Camden

There are several locations where you can learn in Camden

Contact Camden Adult Community Learning 

You can also get in touch with Camden Adult Community Learning on 020 7974 2148 or email us at adultlearning@camden.gov.uk

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