GoLearn adult learning classes suspended due to coronavirus

The health and wellbeing of our learners and staff is our top priority

Tutor and student in classroom

The health and wellbeing of our learners and staff is our top priority, so in line with national guidance and government recommendations, Leicestershire Adult Learning Service (LALS) has taken the decision to suspend all GoLearn adult learning classes until further notice to safeguard learners, staff and the wider population.   

We are exploring options for learners to continue their studies through distance learning and where this is possible, tutors will be contacting their groups directly.

For many of our more practical courses this will not be possible, therefore we will endeavour to deliver additional classes later in the year.  

Following the latest government advice, learners are asked not to attend any of our centres in person. Tutors will be available to help answer specific questions about learning and can be contacted directly by email or phone on their work contact numbers.  Alternatively, you can call our FREEphone number 0800 988 0308 and speak to one of our business support team.

We understand the turbulent effect this will have on the education sector and we’re encouraging all our learners to stay safe during this unprecedented time. 

Keep up to date with the latest government advice by visiting www.gov.uk/coronavirus and follow our social media channels to stay informed about adult learning.

We look forward to welcoming you back to our adult learning courses as soon as we are able and appreciate your dedication and patience during this difficult time.



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