Learning providers in Fife have developed very good working partnerships. Each area has a Local Planning Group involving all of the partners. This group organises the learning opportunities available in that local community using appropriate expertise and resources from all partners.
Community Based Adult Learning provided by Fife Council is available in community use schools, community centres and other local venues. Classes can be for enjoyment, for qualifications or to help you get involved in your local community. They run during the day or in the evening.
Your local Library has staff who can take you through the basics of using a computer, from how to use a mouse, to how to use the Internet and send emails. The Taste IT sessions are free to everyone.
Digital Fife (links to an external website) provides a range of free online learning modules.
BRAG Enterprises (links to an external website) provide a range of initiatives including business support retraining and recruitment. Its remit has developed to include local economic and community development; learning and training; small business development; New Deal and Gateway to Work Programmes and The School for Social Entrepreneurs. It is now a leading agency for community based learning and regeneration in the West Fife Coalfields area.
Fife's Community Use Schools provide a range of courses and activities for all. Whether it's to improve your career opportunities, learn a new hobby or simply just for fun, there's something for everyone.
Contact Community Use Schools online
By Post: Rothesay House Rothesay Place Glenrothes Fife KY7 5PQ