Our Courses

A major focus of the Centre is to provide educational opportunities for women who have had little or no education experience.
Our emphasis is on creating ways to introduce even those with very limited language and literacy skills to take their first steps into education. This may mean starting with a sewing class or a craft activity to build confidence and experience of learning before even attempting to start a formal language course. 

> 2018 Summer term Flyer

> 2018 Autumn term Flyer

> 2019 Spring term Flyer

> 2019 Summer term Flyer

All our staff and volunteers have full employment checks, including CRB, references, identity and qualifications prior to starting work at the Centre, checked and verified, in line with our safeguarding policy. All our tutors and creche workers are qualified in accordance with national guidelines.

RCLC is very proud to be able to offer a creche support to our students. we can look after children from the age 4 months old to upto 4 years old. The creche provides safe and positive learning environment to the children. It is often a first time that children are exposed to english language. The creche is a fundamental place to develop their social and emotional skills and prepare them for their next step into a primary school. 

> Creche application form is here

Next terms

2018 Summer term - 1/5/2018 to 11/7/2018
2018 Autumn term - 11/9/2018 to 21/11/2018
2019 Spring term - 15/1/2018 to 27/3/2019
2019 Summer term - 7/5/2018 to 17/7/2019

Course registration form
Print and fill two copies and bring it to the office on the enrolment day.

> Course application form is here 

Enrolment Dates

Spring Term 2019

05/11/2018 and 06/11/2018
10AM to 2PM

Summer Term 2019

11/03/2019 and 12/03/2019
10AM to 2PM

Autumn Term 2018

02/07/2018 and 03/07/2018
10AM to 2PM

The courses below are free, you need to pay only a registration fee. 

Courses  Â£15       Creche £15

English Conversation Beginners

Have fun speaking and listening in English Learn to introduce yourself, ask and answer questions about personal details and daily routine, family information, shopping, eating, the local area, entertainment, and working.

English Conversation Intermediate 

Each session covers the essential dialogue for topics such as living and travelling, describing or expressing your opinions on topics of personal interest such as experiences, events, hopes and ambitions, and express opinions, reasons, and plans.

Improve your reading and writing

If you struggle with reading and writing everyday tasks can be challenging. This course focuses on reading and writing to give you the skills you need to get by in everyday life.

IT Beginners

If you have never used a computer then this is perfect for you. You will learn how to use the keyboard, mouse and basic ICT functions such as typing, printing, saving and more. 

You can learn basics of Microsoft word and Internet.

This course in not available in the summer term.

Sewing Skills for Beginners

Sewing is not as difficult as it may sound. This course will take you through the very basic elements getting to know your sewing machine, cutting and sewing basic garments.

Sewing Skills for Improvers 

This course is for those who have basic knowledge of the sewing machine, can cut patterns and would like to start making and designing clothes for themselves.

Please bring £5 for material.

Looking good, Feeling good

Learn about beauty care and build your confidence at the same time. Topics include basic massage, looking after your skin, applying and choosing make up, waxing, threading ad much more.

Please bring £5 for material.

Knitting club

If you have never picked up a knitting needle, now is the time to enrol. Bring your knitting needles and wool as there really is not anything more satisfying than wearing your very own creation. Learn to knit in our club, have a cup of tea and a biscuit and make some new friends.  

You don't need to pay registation fee for this course.

Employability Course

Job Club is a friendly place where you will get practical help as you seek employment. It's a relaxed environment with the chance to meet other jobseekers, get support and gain the tools you need to find work.
Our job club will help you:

> Prepare for finding a job 
> Understand all about keeping a job 
> Find out where to look for a job 
> Feel confident in interviews 
> Understand what employers are looking for