Get help 5 ways to wellbeing Keep learning Embrace new experiences, see opportunities, surprise yourself Opportunities to keep learning in Islington. Adult Community Learning www.adultlearning.islington.gov.uk Every year Islington Council offers many free adult and community learning courses in their welcoming community venues around Islington. Check out their website to find a range of different courses. Bags of Taste www.bagsoftaste.org Those on low incomes or anyone looking to learn new culinary skills – easy and healthy recipes to cook real food, from scratch, for less than £1.00 a head. Go to their website for courses and venues. CANDI - City and Islington College www.candi.ac.uk The college has five diverse centres in North London that make up one college. What ever your specific study requirements, experience or ambitions they will have a course that suits your needs. Take a look at their Guides on the website. Go ON Islington Help with digital skills islingtongo.online Islington Council is working in partnership with Age UK Islington, Three, Hillside Clubhouse, North London Cares, Single Homeless Project, The BIG Alliance, Good Things Foundation (formerly known as the Tinder Foundation) and others to help Islington residents build their digital skills and get online. Opportunities include becoming a Digital Champion or improving your digital skills. Go to the Go ON Islington website to find out more. The Parent House 55 Calshot Street, London N1 9AS theparenthouse.co.uk Our free courses and projects are designed to be as practical as possible for parents. That means combining carefully crafted syllabus with a teaching approach that prepares parents to put their new skills into action. Our crèche is available to all learners and classes are small enough for every parent to be treated as an individual. If you would like more information or help to get involved in any of these opportunities please contact your local Help on Your Doorstep Office and one of our Connect advisers will be happy to help.