As part of the tenant training programme, St Leger Homes would like to offer sign posting to companies who are able to offer a variety of training.
Offer a range of courses for people wish to return to work, these include cleaning and support services, customer service, driving goods vehicles, hospitality, IT, adult social care, retail, security and door supervision and warehousing and distribution. There are some short courses that give you skills local employers want, applicants must be:You need to be claiming Job Seekers Allowance
You need to be 19+ years old
The Courses run at The Hub and Stainforth
For further details about the courses available at Doncaster College click here to go to the website
Doncaster Conversation Club
Doncaster Conversation Club has a weekly drop in for asylum seekers and refugees, providing ESOL (English as a Second or Other Language) classes, support and advice.
The drop in sessions are every Thursday 12 - 4 at the Quaker Meeting House, Oxford Place off St James Street. DN1 3SL. It is free and refreshments are provided.
Doncaster Minster now provide ESOL classes are also available at Doncaster Minster in St Georges House on a Wednesday afternoon starting at 1.15.
Northern College is an adult, residential college providing opportunities for people aged 19 and over. They specialise in bringing people back into education, building confidence to proceed and the study and like skills necessary to get the best out of learning.
Adult, Family and Community Learning (AFCL)
AFCL offer a variety of community learning courses with access to learning opportunities, the courses they offer are:
- Famiily history – search your family history
- ICT – learn computing skills
- Personal development - make the most of yourself
Click here to go to the website