There are many self taught learning packages which can be borrowed, and others available online, enabling you to study at your own pace. Why not teach yourself word-processing or learn a new language?
All libraries offer access to the Internet, word processing and other computer-based support, and many have study space. Several Westminster libraries have extra provision for learners:
Read more about learning in Westminster Libraries on Books & the City.
Online computer and business skills training, plus a range of language courses, for personal and small business use, with Learning Nexus.
Based at Church Street Library, the Learning Centre offers a wide range of popular courses on many topics.
Based at Queen's Park Library, the Learning Centre offers courses on many topic for you to learn at your own pace.
From quick 'Taster sessions' to weekly courses for older people, you can get a lot of help with computers and the Internet in libraries.
Marylebone Information Service hosts a Learndirect course centre run by the Exchange Group offering over 700 courses, from computing to languages. Telephone: 020 7224 0772
From storytimes nurturing a love of books, to homework clubs and summer reading challenges - libraries provide an exciting place for children.
The Schools Library Service provides a range of quality resources to support schools, nurseries and other educational establishments in Westminster.
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