Welcome to Cardiff Adult Learning
Learning For Life Adult Community Learning (ACL) courses across Cardiff include DICE, Learning For Life (Disability Inclusion in Community Education) courses and British Sign Language. These classes offer a wide range of exciting courses for all learners 16+. In addition, for younger learners we have arts and craft courses after school and on Saturday mornings at Llanover Hall Arts Centre.
See our events calendar for additional learning and drop in sessions.
Our Course Brochures
Our Learning For Life programme includes classes from ½ day to 30 weeks. Try something new, develop skills, create something inspirational, make new friends.
Courses are offered free to eligible learners and include a range of IT courses as well as courses that assist with the development of skills for those looking for work in childcare, hospitality or retail.
A DICE course will help you to learn, progress and gain a certificate in a friendly and supportive environment. DICE offer a range of courses to support adults with additional learning need.
What Learners said about our Courses…
“I’m very happy I was nominated for this award.
I enjoy what I’m doing with Keith and Michele and the courses have improved my life a lot. I feel better about myself and much more confident.
I feel very motivated to carry on learning new things for as long as I can”
“My journey into Adult Learning started when I was made redundant from my job of 40 years. I’d worked with hundreds of people and became quite depressed at the thought of being home all day. A chance remark by an acquaintance led me to Severn Road Centre, which since then has been like a second home for me.”
“I started learning with DICE to improve my skills with Information Technology and increase my own self-confidence. I also wanted to improve my CV with a view to getting a job. I have met many new people on the courses I have attended and increased my social skills as well as learning a lot about IT. Since starting the courses I have completed CLAIT with DICE and have since moved onto ECDL with the Learning for Work programme, it has been challenging but very rewarding”