Interserve Learning & Employment (ILE) will soon be offering fully funded Maths and English training in Crosby. The new initiative comes as part of a new partnership with Crosby Leisure Centre. 

The programmes have been funded by Liverpool City Region Combined Authority’s Adult Education Budget. They are available to anyone over the age of 19 years old, and without a previous Maths or English qualification at Level 2 (GCSE). 

The courses will begin on Tuesday 19 November and will be hosted at the leisure centre in Crosby. People can choose to attend from 10am to 1pm or between 6pm and 8:30pm. The sessions are expected to be busy so attendees are being advised to pre-book using the details below.

Gregg Scott, Managing Director of Interserve Learning & Employment, said: “We are delighted to be working in partnership with Crosby Leisure Centre. 

Our adult learning programmes have been specifically designed to provide those aged 19 and over with a range of great opportunities, which can enhance careers or lead on to employment.

As one of the largest training providers in the UK, ILE has over 30 years’ worth of experience training adults and we are looking forward to sharing our expertise with the people of Crosby.”

Lee Carnwell, General Manager of Crosby Leisure Centre, said: “We are pleased to be working in partnership with Interserve Learning & Employment to provide these valuable Maths & English course opportunities for the local community.”

If you, a friend or family member would like to get more information on what’s available or to sign up, you can: 

 

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