WEA (Workers’ Education Association)
An extensive range of adult learning courses enabling individuals from every background to broaden their skillset, get a confidence boost and fulfil their potential.
There’s never been a better time to get stuck into a spot of self-improvement through online learning. We’re arguably spending more time than ever in our homes and potentially have the opportunity to immerse ourselves in some truly life enhancing and transformative courses. Enter: WEA (Workers’ Education Association), bringing high quality and accessible education to adults from all walks of life.
Whether you’re keen to expand your professional skillset, improve your life skills, find solace through mindfulness, explore your creative side, deep dive into a new discipline or simply need a confidence boost, there is something for everyone to get stuck into through WEA’s extensive online learning curriculum.
Because WEA is aimed at enabling those from all backgrounds and in all circumstances to get back to learning and explore self-improvement, financial support is available with tuition costs and materials for those in particular need and you can find out on their website if you qualify for this, and there’s additional learning support too.
The door is always open to fulfilling your personal potential with WEA, From Zoom Beginners; Practice and Learn session to Managing School Life and the Pressures of Covid 19, Mindful Origami to Genealogy, and from Confidence Skills to Italian Cuisine, you’ll find the full and extensive range of online learning course on the WEA website, with real support from their dedicated and passionate tutors. Here at Muddy HQ, we are all over the 10 week Abba Dance Fun course (pass the sequinned jumpsuit and gold platforms) or try 12 weeks of Relaxing Yoga, where you’ll learn pranayama breathing techniques for meditation and quieting the mind which, let’s face it, we could all use a bit of. All courses are available to stream using Zoom and Canvas, which means you can take the course from your home or, in fact, anywhere, but you’ll still be able to interact with your tutor and other class members too.
Find out more about WEA learning at www.wea.org.uk