Community Learning

Community Learning

It’s never too late for learning and there are lots of opportunities for adults to take up education or training locally. There are many reasons to study – you might want to follow a new interest or hobby, get qualifications or follow a course that could help you get work.

Library Learning Centre

Library Learning Centres make learning more accessible, allowing you to study either at home or in the library at a time and pace that suits you.

All centres are easily accessible with facilities for those with special needs. All have personal computers, free internet access, other equipment and study space.

Community Centres

The Moray Council’s 10 community centres cater for all ages.  The centres are ideally located in their towns, have disabled access and parking available, and provide the following:

  • Social and sports groups
  • Meeting places for local interest based clubs and societies
  • Educational activities
  • Pre school childcare
  • Venues for public meetings
  • Offices for community projects

As well as a regular programme of activities, all the centres have a range of rooms and facilities for hire.  Rooms can be hired for activities such as exercise classes, courses, committee meetings, sports and hobbies, counselling sessions, training sessions and rehearsals.

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Moray College UHI offers a range of full and part-time classes as well as evening classes.

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