We offer part-time courses for adults in community venues across Nottingham. Examples include community centres and dedicated training venues.
Each community venue is different, but they all have
- a choice of courses
- a convenient location for their local area
- good public transport links
- friendly, skilled teaching staff
You can find the community venues we run courses at below.
AWP is a non-profit charity that aims at empowering Asian women in Nottingham.
Located on the Sneinton Dale, Bakersfield Community Centre is only five minutes drive from the city centre, offering excellent access by both bus and car.
Bestwood community centre offers a wide variety of regular activities, clubs, and social groups - covering many different interests, ranging from health and fitness, to arts and crafts, to dance and drama, and much more.
Conveniently located a mile northwest of the City Centre, Foxhall Business Centre is set back from a tree lined boulevard with secure on-site car parking.
Based in the Sherwood area, Haydn Road features classroom space for our ESOL learning provision.
A community centre located on Middle Street in Beeston. Conveniently located near Middle Street tram stop.
The Nottingham Ceramic School is a light-filled and spacious pottery studio for all who are keen to work with clay.
Our Higher Education Sport Coaching courses validated by NTU are based at the Nottingham Trent University Clifton Campus.
The Queens Walk Community Centre is situated in a large two-storey building in the Meadows area of the city, opposite the Queens Walk tram stop, and less than 10 minutes from the train station.
Located in the Bestwood area, Southglade Access Centre runs entry and level 1 courses for beginners and improvers in areas such as IT.
Based in Eastwood, this venue runs entry level courses in areas like Arts, Crafts and Stained Glass.
The Textile Workshop offers a variety of Arts, Crafts and Textiles courses. Classes are held at dedicated premises in Sherwood, on Mansfield road.