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Community learning skills hub in Grimsby could help you get a new job

A brand new skills hub is coming to town - and it could help you to get a job.

Community learning skills hub in Grimsby could help you get a new job

North East Lincolnshire's Community Learning is moving to a brand new facility based in the heart of Grimsby.

The hub is set to open at 146 Freeman Street as part of the Council's ongoing aim to bring learning and skills to people right across the borough.

The service is currently based at the Freeman Street Resource Centre on Kent Street, Grimsby and at Thrunscoe Centre on Highgate, Cleethorpes, and offers a variety of educational courses and skills support for adults and young people aged 16 and above.

The new purpose-designed skills hub will host ten classrooms complete with Wi-Fi and internet access to support learners on their chosen path.

Karen Linton, head of the service, said: "The Skills Hub is an exciting new development for Community Learning in North East Lincolnshire.

"In addition to our broad range of courses on offer from the Skills Hub, Community Learning will continue delivering education and training right across the area in community venues in Grimsby, Cleethorpes and Immingham.

"We are really looking forward to getting settled in and welcoming all learners - old and new - to our wonderful new venue.

"The move is also a great opportunity to grow our range of courses to enable everyone in North East Lincolnshire to enjoy learning new skills."

Community Learning currently offers courses for adults of all ages, including English, maths, English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), creative arts, ICT and skills to enhance a person's employability.

Joining Community Learning in the move will be the National Careers Service; ready to support those who are looking for work, facing redundancy or considering a change in employment, with specialist information, advice and guidance.

For details of courses offered by Community Learning, visit the website, check out the Facebook page or call Community Learning on 01472 324591 for more information.

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