Community Based Adult Learning
Job Information Club
Drop In sessions on Wednesdays at Hope Kitchen 2- 4 pm with partners from Community Learning, Skills Development Scotland. Third Sector Interface and Job Centre Plus help with CV’s, job applications, emails.
English for Speakers of other Languages ESOL
Conversational English Class for people whose first language is not English. Daytime and evening classes.
Elementary Food Hygiene
Certificated courses aimed at people working in hospitality or voluntary work.
Various courses covering digital skills, social media, mobile devices, emails, internet safety.
Creative Crafts Textile Workshops
Short courses covering various crafts
Beginners and next steps classes
Informal Daytime class – bring your own craft project and meet other people
Adult Painting Class
Mondays 1 – 3 pm Lorn House - daytime class geared at older people.
Help with Driving Theory, CSCS practice
Classes in Photography, Creative Writing, and Confidence Building can be offered subject to demand.
If you are interested in any of the above opportunities or if you have a special skill and feel you could run a community learning class in the Oban area, please contact us for an informal chat and get a bit more information.
7 Lorn House,
Email: Contact Adult Learning
How to find us
Lorn House (next door to “ALBA” art shop). Look for the door bell in the front porch.
Oban Scriptwriters Group
The Oban Library Scriptwriters Group (formerly Oban Library Readers Group) have moved on. Now putting the finishing touches to their murder mystery, and looking for somewhere to perform!
Working on a 1:1 basis with a tutor, we can provide informal, tailored support to suit individuals with reading, writing and number skills.
Awareness-raising on Adult Literacies, Dyslexia, Neuro-diversity etc.
Sessions customised to suit audience
Volunteer Tutor Training
Both basic and ongoing training (i.e. Reading Workshops, Learning to learn, Staring Points).
An informal drop-in for those looking for assistance with a wide variety of reading, writing and/or number based skills. From quick chats, to advice on available courses, or help with forms etc.
Dyslexia Awareness Week
Book Week Scotland
A wide and diverse programme of activities, workshops and discussions in support of Book Week Scotland
A short, customised group of sessions taking learners new to IT through some of the basic techniques. Drop In sessions on Fridays 2 – 4 pm Lorn House.
Email: Contact Adult Literacy