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Say ‘Si’ to Community Learning

Ever fancied ordering your favourite bottle of wine in the local language while on holiday or impressing guests by cooking your own Indian meal?

If this is you, a Community Day or Evening Class on offer at Borders College could be just what you are looking for.January 2019 sees the start of a new Borders College Community Learning programme, offering a wide range of day and evening courses ranging from certificate classes to leisure classes, such as Introduction to Counselling, European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL), Carpentry and Joinery and a variety of staged Languages courses.

Our Community Provision is delivered at Borders College locations across the Scottish Borders, so there’s always a site close to you.

The College are continually developing the Community Day and Evening Provision, and with over 100 courses on offer there’s plenty for you to choose from. If you want to learn new computing skills, which could improve your chances of employment or learn new arts and crafts skills, then look no further. Through the Family Provision you could also bring along your children and have some fun with Kids Face Painting or Zumba for parents and children. If this appeals to you the Community Day and Evening Provision could be just the thing for you.

Studying on the Community courses can also be very rewarding, with students gaining new skills and qualifications, while also meeting new people along the way. Recent comments showed that students enjoyed the flexibility and the relaxed atmosphere of classes. So if you are looking to build that cabinet you’ve always wanted or produce your own honey, and to have some fun along the way, take a look at our College Community Day and Evening courses.

And if you wondered what ‘Si’ in the title means, it’s ‘Yes’ in Spanish.

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