Our latest timetable

COVID-19 Advice: We're sorry but we cannot run face to face classes at the moment. We do though have lots of online courses. 
You can find an up to date list of our classes at www.webenrol.com/camden.  We will keep updating the website as quickly as we can when things change. 
We might be able to provide some face to face classes for isolated and digitally excluded people, for example, learning to use Zoom to communicate and learn.  Please call us on 020 7974 2148 for more information.

Courses will start in January 2021

Our spring term timetable is available. 

You can enrol and find an up to date list of our online courses at www.webenrol.com/camden

Or you can give us a call on any of the following numbers:

For digital skills: Please call 020 7974 1828 / 020 7974 5479 / 020 7974 1836 or 07775 012 709

For family learning: Please call Alison on 07876 651 950

For ESOL: Returning learners, please call Palwasha on 07824 550 273

All new ESOL learners, please contact the Camden ESOL Advice Service directly on 020 7974 1618 or send an email to esol@camden.gov.uk.

For community development: please contact Malcolm on 020 7974 2993 or send an email to malcolm.hay@camden.gov.uk

For health and wellbeing: please contact Janice on 020 7974 4395


Contact Camden Adult Community Services or follow us on Instagram: wearecamdenacl

Free computers, tablets and phones courses

Don't be digitally excluded

Many people found themselves lonely, isolated and having to rely on others during lockdown. Was that you or someone you know?

Being able to use a smartphone, tablet or laptop/computer allows you to talk with and see people worldwide. You can even make new friends and gain new interests. You can also shop and search for jobs online.  If you have never used one of these devices now is the time to learn.

Our face to face courses are for new or nearly new users going online to use one of these devices.  There is a course for learning to use a laptop, one for the iPad. There will be one for using a smartphone coming soon.  If you're worried about starting, don't be. Our tutors are friendly and patient, and will help you to relax. Soon you'll love learning with us!


Workshop Wednesdays! 

These are half hour online workshops for anyone who cannot attend a class. They are also for if you just want to learn one thing.  Register your interest through the enrolment system and the tutor will contact you to confirm a time.

All other classes will be online.

Please use this link: www.webenrol.com/camden to enrol and see the list of our classes. 

Some courses you can apply for directly. For others you register your interest and the tutor will contact you to confirm your place.

For more information please call Ashoka on 020 7974 1828


Free English and Maths courses

English and Maths

Previous/returning learners:

We are offering all ESOL and Maths learners the chance to carry on with their class. This is through home-study workbooks and telephone chats with your tutor.  Your tutor will support you through a phone call.  Your tutor will contact you soon to chat about what is the best way to help you.

Please contact Sophie Wellstood at sophie.wellstood@camden.gov.uk or call 020 7974 3959 or 07971 747 064.

For all new ESOL learner enquiries:

Please contact the Camden ESOL Advice Service directly on 020 7974 1618 or send an email to esol@camden.gov.uk.


Conversation groups

Camden adult community learning can help you improve your English language skills. We make you feel more able to join in with your local community and get more out of everyday life.  

We also have free drop-in conversation groups across the borough, where you can come and practice speaking English. 

For more information on when these conversation groups will be held again, please contact Camden adult community learning

Free family learning courses

Family Learning

We will be offering Family Learning learners the chance to continue classes where possible.  This will be through home study, activities and online videos and sessions.  We are working with a community centre and are supporting their centre users during lockdown.

Information about online courses, if we run them later this term, will be posted here.  So look out for our storytelling, rhymes and other fun sessions to do together as a family.


Latest online family learning programme

Find out about our latest online family learning courses


Simple fun activities to do with your child during Covid-19

We know that being stuck at home isn't the best. Here are a few simple activities you can do with your child to make self-isolation at home more fun:


Live storytelling with Alison

There will be live storytelling sessions with Alison.  If you would like to join her online for storytelling, music and activities, send Alison a text on 07876 651 950.  State your interest and your children's ages.  She will then send you a link to the live sessions.

Our storytelling sessions are read by Alison and you can watch the stories being read on our Instagram page.  We also have a fun activities that go along with these stories and can be found just above.

But for now, sit your child down with their favourite toy and enjoy these amazing stories being read by Alison!

Find out when our next live online Saturday storytelling sessions will be held for this spring term.  All sessions will be held via Zoom.

Free health and wellbeing courses

We are working with community centres that are supporting their service users during the pandemic in a variety of ways.  Many of the centres are giving out food parcels and providing other support to people.  We are working with them, where possible, to liaise with learners and find ways to provide learning activities.  Community partners are welcome to contact us if they would like us to work with them to plan learning activities.  Information about online courses will be posted here.

For more information please call Janice on 020 7974 4395

Upcoming courses, opportunities and events

ESOL activities by Camden ESOL advisory service

Find out the latest ESOL activities to help your English language skills


Free eBook 'Everybody Worries' by Jon Burgerman. For children worried about coronavirus

Do you have children who are feeling worried by the coronavirus? 

'Everybody Worries' offers your child the message that this crisis will pass. We are there for them, and we will get through this together. 

Read the eBook.


Domestic Abuse - Where to get help during the COVID-19 pandemic

Are you feeling threatened or unsafe in your home?  COVID-19 may have a big impact on those going through domestic abuse because of the rules.  Find out more information on where you can turn to for help.


Camden Cycle Skills and Try-A-Bike

Camden Council offer free cycle skills training for all adults and children. From complete beginners to advanced cyclists.

Free children's cycling courses are held during the school holidays.  Free adult group courses for beginners and improvers are offered on many weekends. Some are away from traffic and others on quiet roads. 

Free, individual cycle skills sessions to practice safer cycling in road traffic are available for advanced levels of experience.  And anyone can join at the open-access after-school cycling sessions. These are on Mondays and Thursdays after school at Cumberland Market and Richard Cobden School.

Adults who are thinking of buying a bike but are not quite sure, can borrow a bike for four weeks. This is with Camden's free Try-A-Bike scheme.  Proof of ID and advance deposit needed.

Check www.camden.gov.uk/cycleskills and www.camden.gov.uk/tryabike for registration or more details. You can also follow Camden Cycle on Facebook at facebook.com/cyclingcamden. Or call 020 7974 1451.


Camden Apprenticeships

Want to earn while learning or training? Got ambition but need more work experience?

If you live in Camden or you went to a Camden secondary school, contact Camden Apprenticeships.

An apprenticeship allows you to earn a wage, get work experience and complete a qualification at the same time. Camden Apprenticeships creates a wide range of roles, helping people of all ages access their chosen careers. There is now no upper age limit.

See more information about apprenticeships.


Do you need careers advice?

Come along and get FREE careers advice from a qualified Advice and Guidance Officer who can provide one-to-one support with: 

  • Career options
  • Links to local job opportunities
  • Writing a CV
  • Job searching and filling in application forms
  • Interview skills
  • Information on further training

To book an appointment, contact David Hermanstein on 020 7388 7932 or 07908 845 154 or david.hermanstein@camden.gov.uk

Contact Camden Adult Community Services