Courses

Community Development

An introduction to equality, diversity and unconscious bias

Understand why equality and diversity in practice helps to bring communities together and why celebrating our differences is important. We also look at the role of our unconscious mind and how instinct sometimes overrides logical analysis.

CACL11C23

Availability  This course requires you to follow an application process. 

12 Jun 2024 (Summer)

One day

Wed 10:00-12:00


Crowndale Centre  A link to Google Maps in a new window with this postcode. Google map

free 

with Dianne Carlton-Ogunyemi

This course requires you to follow an application process.

more information about course and application

Community Connectedness: Combating social isolation and loneliness

Understand how stronger connections with neighbours and community members help to alleviate social isolation and loneliness. Recognising when someone you’re speaking to may be lonely or socially isolated and develop approaches to gain insight into someone’s social world and connections.

CACL12C23

Availability  This course requires you to follow an application process. 

19 Jun 2024 (Summer)

One day

Wed 10:00-12:00


Crowndale Centre  A link to Google Maps in a new window with this postcode. Google map

free 

with Dianne Carlton-Ogunyemi

This course requires you to follow an application process.

more information about course and application

Next steps. Certificate ceremony and evaluation

A chance to celebrate together, review and celebrate our learning. With volunteer opportunities, signposting, CV support and certificates for learners who have taken part this term.

CACL14C23

Availability  This course requires you to follow an application process. 

03 Jul 2024 (Summer)

One day

Wed 10:00-12:00


Crowndale Centre  A link to Google Maps in a new window with this postcode. Google map

free 

with Dianne Carlton-Ogunyemi

This course requires you to follow an application process.

more information about course and application

Pathways to the future: Small steps lead to big changes

What barriers are holding you back from achieving your goals? What plans have you put in place for the future? It’s never too late to start making a positive difference to your own life and to your community; join us to find out how you can.

CACL13C23

Availability  This course requires you to follow an application process. 

26 Jun 2024 (Summer)

One day

Wed 10:00-12:00


Crowndale Centre  A link to Google Maps in a new window with this postcode. Google map

free 

with Dianne Carlton-Ogunyemi

This course requires you to follow an application process.

more information about course and application

Phillis Wheatley in London - British Museum

In the summer of 1773, Phillis Wheatley arrived in London. A poet since the age of 12, Phillis was in London for the publication of her work; making her the first African American woman to see her book in print.

CACL01C23

Availability  This course requires you to follow an application process. 

03 Jun 2024 (Summer)

One day

Mon 11:00-12:30


British Museum - Online 

free 

with Malcolm Hay

This course requires you to follow an application process.

more information about course and application

Protecting children online: Understanding online gaming and gambling

This City & Guilds Assured programme, provides information around gaming and gambling and how to spot the signs of potential harm. The workshops covers a range of topics including microtransactions, advertising, loot boxes, streaming, online safety plus much more.

CACL10C23

Availability  This course requires you to follow an application process. 

05 Jun 2024 (Summer)

One day

Wed 10:00-12:00


Crowndale Centre  A link to Google Maps in a new window with this postcode. Google map

free 

with Dianne Carlton-Ogunyemi

This course requires you to follow an application process.

more information about course and application

The Vikings in Britain - British Museum

The Viking Age in Britain ran from the late AD 700s through to the 1000s. Discover Viking objects held in the British Museum collection including jewellery, hoards and money and what they tell us about the Vikings as traders, raiders and settlers in Britain.

CACL02C23

Availability  This course requires you to follow an application process. 

17 Jun 2024 (Summer)

One day

Mon 11:00-12:30


British Museum - Online 

free 

with Malcolm Hay

This course requires you to follow an application process.

more information about course and application

Three King Edwards - British Museum

For over 100 years between 1272 and 1377, the British throne was occupied by three kings all called Edward. Discover objects from the British Museum collection which tells us about the life and times of three generations of the royal family and another Edward (the fourth generation)

CACL03C23

Availability  This course requires you to follow an application process. 

01 Jul 2024 (Summer)

One day

Mon 11:00-12:30


British Museum - Online 

free 

with Malcolm Hay

This course requires you to follow an application process.

more information about course and application