**** This Friday*****Stone Hall Open Day – Birmingham Adult Education Service in Acocks Green

The details of the Open Day at the Stone Hall are below:

Friday 10th July 11am – 2pm

Floristry demonstration
Discover what it is possible to create with flowers when in the hands of an expert.
Ukelele and Guitar performance

Our music groups will be playing during the event. Come along, talk to the musicians and have a go yourself.
IT & Computers
Test your I.T Skills and find out which of computer courses would be the most suitable one for you.
Business and Employability
Find out about our range of traineeship, pre-employability and standalone courses in Business Administration, Retail, Customer Service, Enterprise & Accounts.  Come along, meet the team and find out more about our courses and work experience opportunities.
GCSE Maths & English Information session
Find out about our GCSE courses starting in September. Full course details and induction dates will be available.

mathsLooking to improve your English or Maths skills?
Meet our tutors and find out whether an ESOL, English or Maths Skills for Life course could help you get on better in your everyday life.

For more information check out the website:
Birmingham Adult Education Service
call in to Stone Hall or give them a ring on:
0121 464 9150

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2 Responses to **** This Friday*****Stone Hall Open Day – Birmingham Adult Education Service in Acocks Green

  1. josephine taylor says:

    do you supply one to one lessons for learning how to play the violin and what the cost would be
    it is for 1 adult

    • gedhughes says:

      You have contacted Acocks Green Neighbourhood Forum, we are a volunteer run community group. I suggest that if you are interested in learning violin you look for a private tutor, you could ask on http://www.streetlife.com or in Acocks Green there is a Music School http://www.kimichischool.co.uk/, they might be able to recommend a local tutor, also perhaps trying the Birmingham Conservatoire School of Music, some of their final year students might want to earn some extra money tutoring.
      Good luck with your endeavour.

      Ged Hughes
      Acocks Green Neighbourhood Forum

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