Click here to view the social distancing poster.
Click here to read the latest council community briefing on Covid-19.
Click here for information on crisis support available in Luton and Bedfordshire.
Click here for information on Bereavement Services or click here for Bereavement Support.
Please sign the petition calling for crisis funding from the Government, click here.
Staying in Touch
You will have most likely been provided with lots of work for you to do with your child at home and this can be quite overwhelming. The Family Learning Team have put together some practical tips to support you during this time.
Please click here to read Issue 3 of Staying in Touch.
Please click here to read Issue 4 of Staying in Touch.
Back issues can be found on the main Family Learning page.
Lets Keep Learning!
Due to the current COVID19 situation, the 2nd floor of Arndale House is not open to the public. Learning has moved online and your teacher should have made contact with you.
NEW LEARNERS - our online enrolment system will go live shortly and we have a wide range of courses ready to start. We apologise for any incovenience caused. Please call 07833 480343 or email email@example.com for more information
Sign up now for the new online employment skills workshops starting the week commencing 18th May, click HERE for more information.
If you are an apprentice please contact your teacher or email Charlene Coles firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
Take your first step today...
At Luton Adult Learning, we hear so many inspiring stories from our learners about how coming on on of our courses has made a difference to their lives.
Here are just a few of the learners who have shared their stories with us:
Welcome to Luton Adult Learning
Empowering individuals, improving communities.
It's our aim to make all learning accessible and relevant while being an enjoyable and stimulating experience for all of Luton's citizens, communities and employers.
In a recent Learner Satisfaction Survey, 99% of learners would recommend us.
We endeavour to provide our service to all equally and without prejudice, but the welfare and safety of our customers, staff and other occupants is paramount and cannot be compromised. Our service is located on the 2nd floor of a multi storey building and access is provided through elevators. However, in the event of an emergency evacuation the elevators are not available and the only means of escape is down stairways.
The Regulatory Reform Fire Safety Order 2005 places a duty on us to have a robust plan to ensure that all occupants of our premises are able to evacuate to a place of safety. In regards to this duty we need to ensure that, as far as is reasonably practical, all persons are able to make their own unaided escape from the building and, where this is not possible, that we look into alternative ways in which assistance may be given to achieve escape. However, this must not delay the escape of other occupants or put any persons providing this assistance at increased risk. We will always discuss options with customers, staff and other occupants that require assistance but ultimately if we cannot ensure their safe evacuation we have a duty to prohibit them from the building for their own safety and to investigate if there is any other practical way we can provide access to our service without them entering the building.
The Hub was a hive of activity during our recent wellness week event.
Take a look at what's on in The Hub.