Make your learning York Learning, with a full range of different study options, from full courses, day workshops and taster sessions to flexible learning arrangements. Whether you join us for a 2 year programme or a 2 hour workshop, we have some great learning opportunities for leisure, for work and for qualifications.
You can book in the following ways:
Our office is open for telephone and in person bookings between 10am and 4pm on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Keep checking our booking system as we are adding new courses throughout the year including some that might not appear in the brochure.
All of our courses are individually priced and most courses have 3 prices. The first is the full price, which most people will pay, the second for those claiming the state pension and the third for those on means tested benefits. If there is only one price shown then this applies to everyone, and there are no discounts.
For more information about courses costs and how we may be able to help, click here.
On some courses the initial cost of materials is built into the fee to get your started, but you will need to provide all other equipment such as books, stationary and any additional materials.
Details of the materials you need and a breakdown of what is already included in the course fee can be found in the course information guide on our booking system.
From time to time we need to cancel or change the time or venue of a course. We will let you know if this happens and make every effort to find a suitable alternative. Where this is not possible we will issue you with a refund.
York Learning welcomes learners from all backgrounds and is committed to providing the best possible experience for everyone. We aim to make sure that everyone can learn in an environment that is non-threatening, comfortable and free from discrimination. Our goal is to support all learners to achieve their potential and to enjoy their programme of study or the course they attend.
It is important to us that you find a course that is suitable for you. If you are not sure which course to do then please contact us and one of our team will advise you. In addition if you need support to come on one of our programmes then please get in touch so we can discuss your needs. If you have a specific disability, learning difficulty or experience mental health problems that you think might affect your learning, then please let us know so that we can make adjustments to suit your needs.
We can discuss ways to help you learn, including how to develop relevant English, maths and computer skills for your chosen topic. If you’re claiming certain income related benefits additional help may be available for courses designed to help you into work. We may even be able to help with travel, equipment and childcare. Call us on 01904 554277 for further information.