Liverpool Adult Learning Service (ALS) community learning project

EDT in partnership with Liverpool ALS is delivering an extensive programme of activities that target adults (aged 19+, on the 1st day of their learning) who are resident in deprived wards located across Liverpool. Click to view our online / blended learning options

EDT offers a range of innovative activities to encourage participants to:

♦ Build confidence and self esteem
♦ Raise aspirations
♦ Encourage progression into employment
♦ Provide a positive experience of the work environment
♦ Develop skills and experience


♦ Deliver innovative learning activities with clear goals and support the participants to both achieve and progress.

♦ Offer participants’ individualised learning support and contextualised core skills as appropriate.

♦ Prepare participants for the world of work by demonstrating work skills, increasing confidence and belief that works goals are achievable and where possible providing access to work experience.
Progression Routes

One of the core aims of EDT is to help you progress towards your goals. If you're looking to enhance your employment or career options - or move on to college / university or further training, we're here to support and guide you. We'll discuss your options, and assist with further course applications. See links below to some of the routes former EDT students have followed - and organisations that EDT has signposted them to.

Hugh Baird College - English and Maths Courses

Hugh Baird College - Access to Higher Education

The City Of Liverpool College - IT Courses

University of Liverpool - Access to Higher Education Diploma

Hope University - Access Courses





The Programme targets individuals who have not been involved in learning before or at least for some time. It aims to prepare participants for the world of work, helping them become job ready of better equipped for entering the labour market.

Key target groups include participants who are unemployed, hard to reach groups such as BME and people with a disability, recovering alcohol and drug users and individuals recovering from mental health illnesses.

Contact us for details of the 2023/24 course timetable - or view our online / blended learning options

To find out more please contact Bernard Jordan.

Tel: 0151 – 298 2478


ALS Course enquiry form