Learning for Life with High Life Highland: Community Language & Learning Support for Speakers of Other Languages
High Life Highland Adult Learning offers support, advice and learning for speakers of other languages in Inverness and the Highland community.
If you have recently arrived in the UK or if English is not your first language, you can gain access to learning, information, and support to engage with services throughout the Highlands to enable you to settle in the local area. We can also provide you with help to take part in our English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) classes.
Learning for Family Life
Learn skills to help you with family life including communicating with the school, understanding the education system in Scotland, and using the Highland Council’s online services to support your child at school or nursery.
Learning for Health & Wellbeing
Learn more about services available in the Highlands and how to make the most of online services to increase your access to healthcare information for you and your family.
Learning for the World of Work
Get some help with updating your CV and applying for jobs online at our ESOL Work Club, specifically for speakers of other languages, delivered weekly at the Spectrum Centre, Inverness. Learn how to use your Universal Credit Online Account. Enhance your CV by taking part in one of our many Adult Learning courses.
Learning for Volunteering
Take part in one of our accredited Volunteering Skills Award courses and associated volunteering opportunities or choose to volunteer with us and become a Community Rep.
Learning for Life in Scotland
Drop in to our Community Learning & Language Hub on Thursday afternoons, 12:00-15:00 at the Spectrum Centre Inverness, and learn more about issues relevant to you such as British Citizenship and Life in the UK, find out more how to access public services- in person and online, increase your employability, develop your English language skills, meet experts from other organisations at workshops and information events, and make new friends by sharing your experience of living in Scotland; becoming bilingual and bicultural!
Community Language & Learning Support Worker (ESOL)
The Spectrum Centre, Inverness