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Directory of courses
Welcome to the Medway Adult and Community Learning
Service (MACLS) online course directory
Looking to turn a hobby into a business; learn a new language,
design and make jewellery, get fit and healthy or let your inner
journalist out, it’s all happening on your doorstep. We aim to
provide learning opportunities in the heart of the community,
ensuring courses are easily accessible for all. Try something new
or perfect something old. Take a look and find a course that’s
right for you:
We're just releasing our new 2014-15 Course Directory. To find a
course to open a new chapter in your life, from new skills and
qualifications to new friends and experiences, download our
new course directory showing our latest available courses here
You can pick up our 2014-15
course directory from all adult learning
Libraries, leisure centres and various community
Find the right course
Take, for example, a speaker of a foreign language living in
Medway. You know you want to learn English. But where to start?
Take a look at the course finder and
select English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL).
Information about all ESOL courses will appear. Select more
information or view courses to see exactly what is on
offer for your level of learning.
View course dates and times, fees, any previous
knowledge/qualifications needed and information about how to
Check class times and dates
Go to the course finder to
check the times and dates of your classes, if you already know
which course you want to enrol for. If you are already enrolled and
are in doubt about class times, phone us on 01364
338400. Course finder allows you to:
- search for courses using keywords
- list courses at a specific centre, day and time
- download and print course information sheets
You can enrol by phone, fax, post or in person.
Start by filling in the enrolment
form (pdf 132KB) then either phone 01634
338400, email it to email@example.com or
drop it into one of our centres.
To download a pdf you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader. If
you do not have it on your computer, please use our advice page.