Find your subject area
Outlined on the left are the subject areas that MAES provides learning within and where you can download the 2017/18 Course Guides.
Many of our courses are free (English, Maths, Everyday English, Family Learning, volunteer programmes and beginner computer courses) subject to status. Other courses (such as Childcare, Community Interpreting, higher level computer courses, Adult Health and Social Care and ESOL) are free for unemployed people actively seeking work and cost from £3.00 per hour for those in work. However, if you are on a low income, we can help you with the fees; contact one of our centres for information.
We also maintain a Learner Support Service that can help you make informed choices about your future.
Details of September 2017 Enrolment can be found here.
NEW - Basic Computer Skills for Universal Credit Claimants
This very short course will help you learn and practise the computer skills needed to manage your online Universal Credit claim. You can get help with emailing, finding your way through the different parts of an online form and manage and update your action plan connected to your claim.
The course is currently being delivered at the following centres:
Greenheys Adult Learning Centre, Moss Side (Telephone 0161 254 7314)
Newton House Adult Learning Centre, Newton Heath (Telephone 0161 254 7706)
Dates and Times
Thursday 10:30am - 11:30am email support session (optional)
Thursday 12:00 noon - 2:00pm Session 1
Friday 10:00am - 12:00 noon Session 2
These sessions will continue until 27th July 2018.
How to join the course
If you can, please phone the centre to book a place so we know to expect you. However, if this is not possible then just turn up at the start time of the session. You will also need to bring some proof of ID showing your current address.