Get involved in a range of summer events and short courses

The Lifelong Learning Centre’s (LLC) summer programme of short courses and free events begins this week.

Spring into summer

It will include a wide variety of subject areas to choose from including creative writing, current affairs, film, literature, language, culture and more. Courses and events are aimed at adults of any age who are keen to widen their interests, develop their creativity and increase their knowledge.

Courses start w/c Monday 6 June – the LLC is accepting new registrations up until the second class of any course, so there’s still time to join.

Six-week courses cost £40 at the full fee, with a concessionary fee for those receiving a means-tested benefit available of £20. Four-week courses cost £34 at the full fee, with a concessionary fee available of £17.

One-day workshop on short stories are also on offer, costing £17 at the full fee with a concessionary fee available of £8.50. All staff on grades 2 to 4 can apply for funding for our fee-paying courses and workshops through the ‘Learning for Life’ scheme.

In addition to the fee-paying courses and workshops, the LLC will be working with expert staff from throughout the University to offer some free events on a diverse selection of topics ranging from the First and Second World Wars, Brexit, the success (and failure) of political leaders and Canada’s National Aboriginal Day on 21 June.

Register for one of this year’s courses or events. 

See more information or contact Georgina Collins (0113 343 6892) for further details. 

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