Our local adult learning providers offer a variety of courses that adapt to the changes we are currently experiencing, so now is the time to start looking for a course that meets your needs. Below is the list of adult learning providers we work with.

Providers

Our learning providers have been chosen to provide you with a wide range of learning opportunities across the county. More information about each provider and how to contact them can be found below.

Web: http://3cats.org.uk/
Tel: 07860 927635
Email: info@3cats.org.uk
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Abbey Access Training is a charity based organisation situated within the Arboretum Park in Lincoln. Our aim is to contribute to the economic, social and environmental regeneration of the City of Lincoln, through programmes of training, education and community activities/projects. The Centre delivers a wide range of courses, including employment skills, NVQ’s, Health and Safety courses, Get into Catering, Retail, Construction programmes and a range of courses in Health Cooking and Eating, maths, English and ICT classes.
Web: https://www.boston.ac.uk
Tel: 01205 313218
Email: info@boston.ac.uk
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Boston College has sites in Boston and Spalding that provide easy access to learning for everyone, alongside a wide range of courses that can be studied from home. As a general FE college we have courses available in over 35 different subject areas at levels ranging from Entry to Level 7, so we are ready to meet you and help you make the most of life. We are here to ensure that all our students achieve their brilliant ‘best’ for their employers, their communities, for themselves and for the future.
CLIP aims to widen participation in learning by people from rural, coastal and isolated communities. We work, with equal commitment, with young people aged 16-18 years and with adults who are looking to refresh their skills – for personal development, family, higher education or work. CLIP is also committed to supporting people who have experienced mental health difficulties.
Ed Hollamby has spent almost two decades helping tens of thousands of people improve their confidence, become more resilient and achieve their goals. When Ed is not delivering the courses he runs in partnership with Lincolnshire County Council you’ll find him speaking at conferences and delivering training around the UK on topics such as well-being, resilience, leadership, communication and coaching. He uses loads of innovative ways to bring courses to life and strongly believes that people learn best when “we laugh and learn together”.
First College are a work-based learning provider and charitable trust delivering learning, qualification, and employment services. Whatever your ability level we can help. By choosing First College you will receive a tailored and blended approach to your learning which uses a variety of support tools to fit in with your job and lifestyle, while at the same time delivering a recognised qualification.
Gainsborough Trinity Foundation is a charitable organisation based in Gainsborough that delivers a range of education, social inclusion, physical and mental health programmes using the power of sport to engage with the local and wider community. The Foundation also delivers a wide range of family learning, employability training and well-being courses throughout the academic year.
Web: https://grimsby.ac.uk/
Tel: 01507 603761
Email: infocent@grimsby.ac.uk
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The Louth Learning Centre has recently re-located to 11 Mercer Row, Louth (01507 603761)
We offer basic digital taster courses to improve your digital skills and maths and English taster courses to improve your literacy and numeracy skills.
Both of which enhance CVs and improve and increase employment opportunities or progression to further education.

Please contact us directly, we look forward to working with you.
Our adult community education courses have been created to make learning accessible and flexible. We offer a range of courses, both daytime and evening, available across our college sites. We provide a wide variety of training and learning opportunities to help develop skills for both personal and professional growth. Our short courses run all year round and are between 4 and 8 weeks in length and usually 2 hours per week.
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Pelican Trust provides tailored training and employment support for adults with learning disabilities or poor mental health. We also offer training to like minded organisations to support them to assist with their clients. We adapt and change courses to be relevant, timely and to ensure all learn but also have fun.
Riverside Training has offered employability, skills and well-being support to people across the region since 2005. Based in Gainsborough, we offer a range of courses and programmes to help people realise and achieve their full potential.
Seagull Recycling Ltd is a small not-for-profit organisation based at the Eco Centre in Skegness offering a range of support and skills-based activities targeted at the most hard to reach and excluded individuals and groups within our local community. We have no barriers to age, ability or background and positively work towards removing barriers to engagement, learning and exclusion. The learner-centred approach too all our activities has huge impacts on the lives of those taking part and engages people in a range of innovative indoor & outdoor learning and personal development opportunities
A small privately run Training Provider that predominately offers hairdressing and beauty therapy qualifications. Part-time English and maths courses for Functional Skills and GCSEs to aid employability and personal development for those looking to gain employment or progression in their chosen career.
At Skills 365, we believe that all people deserve the same opportunities in life to learn and expand their skills. That's why we offer free high quality online courses in a variety of different subjects from motivation through to advanced IT skills to help you prepare for a brighter future.
Soteria Solutions has provided a range of first aid courses throughout Lincolnshire since 2009. We run courses in Emergency First Aid at Work, Paediatric First Aid, Paediatric First Aid for Parents & Carers and Basic First Aid. We provide the option of twilight or weekend training to suit learner needs. Our courses teach life skills that are relevant and important to everyone because any of us could make a difference to someone’s life. We are particularly proud of the work we have undertaken with volunteer groups and those seeking to return to the workplace.
Stamford College offers a range of adult courses, usually in the evening 5 times a year which run for 5 to 10 weeks. They include a wide range of subjects such as bricklaying, yoga, embroidery, foreign languages, bee keeping and British sign language. Details are on our web site – http://www.stamford.ac.uk/ under Adult Evening Classes
Web: https://tayloritex.co.uk/
Tel: 01205 360800 or 07760788193
Email: julie@tayloritex.co.uk
Courses
TaylorITEX CIC are a community interest company delivering training opportunities in Boston and surrounding areas. We are based in Boston at Fenside Community Centre and Black Sluice Lock Cottages, with each venue having training and conference facilities.
Train4 specialise in providing training which supports entry into employment within local LEP priority sectors. Delivery is available via face to face classroom based training or online via our online training platform so can be tailored around childcare or work commitments.
Operating from our Head Office in Central Lincoln and our vocational centre just outside of the City since 2010 we have supported over 6000 local people to access high quality training in order to gain employment or achieve in work progression.
All delivery is undertaken by qualified and sector specialist Trainers who have spent many years working within the sectors in which they teach.

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