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Get On Course with FACES

Get On Course with FACES

Family, Adult and Community Education Service – FACES – is part of Sheffield City Council and delivers adult learning courses in community settings across the city for adults aged 19 years and over.

The courses run throughout the year, term time only, with enrolments in September, January or April.

They teach accredited courses up to level 2 (GCSE equivalent grade C/4) and non-accredited courses in the following curriculum areas:

*Family Learning
*ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages)
*English and Maths
*Digital and Technology
*Health and Wellbeing. And
*Employment Skills

Representavies of FACES will be at Parkwood E-Act Academy, on Longley Avenue West, S5 8UL on Thursday 21st Octobe from 3.30pm if you’d like to have a chat about courses and how you can register. Look out for the FACES banner.

If you can’t make it to that but still want to find out more you can email faces@sheffield.gov.uk , telephone 0114 229 6144 or go to Facebook. or Lifelong Learning



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