Then a Digital Skills for All course could be for you.

The Durham County Council Adult Learning and Skills Service offer short, fun, and interactive learning sessions that will support you to improve your IT skills.

Previous learner, Michelle Young, signed up with the Adult Learning and Skills Service after becoming unemployed, and was looking for courses to boost her confidence as well as her skills.

“I visited the job centre to ask if I could get some help with my CV, they mentioned the Adult Learning and Skills Service courses and I took it from there. I have found the computer courses really useful. I would definitely like to do another course.”

The next local Digital Skills for All course starts on 13 September and runs from 1pm-3pm at Glenroyd House, Consett, DH8 5HL.

There is a range of courses that can support you whether you are a beginner or already have existing qualifications you would like to build on.

There is also a range of distance learning courses available if you are unable to attend face to face.

To find out more visit, call us on 03000 266 115 or email

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