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Inverness and the Great Glen

Inverness and the Great Glen
Learning for Life with High Life Highland in Inverness and the Great Glen.

Did you know that High Life Highland has an Adult Learning team that can help if you want to improve and feel more confident about your reading, writing, spelling and using numbers? You can even work toward getting a qualification if you want.

People can choose different ways to learn. Some work one-to-one with a tutor, others like to join groups. The groups are small and friendly. You decide what you want to learn and which skills you want to brush up. We also arrange classes for people whose first language is not English.

Feel more confident about using technology
Choose to attend one of our drop-in sessions or small groups and learn to use computers, tablets and other technology in a fun and informal way. Set your own goals and work at your own pace.

Learning for family life
Learn skills to help you with family life including budgeting skills and skills to help your child with homework. Choose to learn one-to-one with a tutor or as part of a small group.

Reading and Writing for Enjoyment
Take part in one of our exciting creative writing workshops or join a shared reading group. Develop your love of reading while also learning new skills.

Learning for the world of work
Get some help and support updating your CV and applying for jobs from one of our local Work Clubs in and around Inverness. Choose to develop your employability skills by joining one of our Employability Skills groups or work with a tutor one-to-one. Enhance your CV by taking part in one of our accredited training 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 take part in our accredited tutor training Professional Development Award.

English for Speakers of Other Languages
Join one of our short courses and develop your English language skills. Choose from one of four levels of ability. Look out for other learning opportunities throughout the year that explore employability skills, volunteering opportunities, Reading for Enjoyment, and much more for speakers of other languages.



Roisin IrvineInverness (2)

Adult Learning Co-ordinator

High Life Highland

The Spectrum Centre

1 Margaret Street



T: 01463 710013

E: [email protected]

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Please take a look at our latest adult learning programme, as well as other programmes from our partner organisations, to see if there is anything which you might be interested in learning.