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Adult Education in Gloucestershire free online courses

Adult Education in Gloucestershire is offering a series of online distance learning courses.

The courses have limited spaces available. They are free, subject to availability, and open to anyone aged 19 and over.

The courses:

• Are recognised qualifications and delivered online by the distance learning platform

• Can be started at any time and be studied at your own pace (up to 12 weeks)

• Require no prior knowledge or qualifications

• Offer support with progression into further qualifications and professional sectors

Courses open for booking now include:

• TQUK certificate in understanding autism (applications close on July 31)

• TQUK certificate in equality and diversity

• TQUK certificate in understanding nutrition and health

• TQUK certificate in allergy awareness

• TQUK certificate in falls prevention awareness

Book a place here, call 01452 583800 or email learn@gloucestershire.gov.uk.

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