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A wide range of day and evening classes are available for adults across the county, including: Search for courses on Learning Centres offer a complete package of information, advice and courses.

The courses can be studied in the Learning Centres, at home, or even in the workplace.

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The following are some of the subject areas offered: They will check your skill level and offer support as you work through any learning.

There are courses to help you brush up on reading, writing or number skills, and help you pass a formal qualification. If you have an enquiry please phone directly to speak to a member of the team.

Community Access Points allow local people in Cambridgeshire to access technology and digital services within their local community with wifi and printing access at each Access Point.

Access points are run by volunteers from the local community running courses and self help sessions.

For more information on Access Points contact your district council or Amanda O'Donoghue via amanda.o'[email protected]

The Cambridge Center for Adult Education offers classes in English and more than a dozen World Languages.Located in Harvard Square, our classes at CCAE are conveniently accessible by the T to people coming from Cambridge, Boston, Somerville and the surrounding communities. Please see our About Us page for information on parking.Click on the links above for currently enrolling classes.The Cambridge Center for Adult Education (CCAE), a non-profit corporation in Cambridge, Massachusetts, has been teaching adult education courses at 42 Brattle Street since taking over the building from the Cambridge Social Union in 1938.The Cambridge Social Union (CSU), founded in 1871 and formally incorporated in 1876, taught classes for adults in the former Brattle house which it had moved into in 1889 after purchasing it.The courses included literacy classes and general classes taught by Harvard College and Radcliffe College students and faculty.