Community learning programme

Our community learning programme is built around 2 free web-based learning resources that have almost 100 courses and study aids. Community learning maximises the choice of courses available to you and enables you to access them from home or at any Enfield library.

Learn My Way also offers free introductory sessions that provide a grounding in how to use a computer, keyboard, mouse and the Internet. Learn My Way is the self-tuition IT programme that we use to help people get started with IT. It has over 25 courses to choose from. By registering with Learn My Way you will be registering with E-Government, so it's important to remember your username and password. You will need these if you need to access other E-Government services, such as renewing passports or driving licences online. You can register with Learn My Way from home or at any Enfield library.

Alison is a provider of free online diploma and certificate courses in a range of subjects, including:

Community learner card

The community learner card is available to anyone aged 16 and over and entitles you to an extra 2 free hours of Internet use per day. This card is in addition to your Enfield library card.

The extra 2 hours are to be used for job-related activities or our online learning resources, including:

If you want to borrow items, you will need to use your Enfield library card.

To apply for the community learner card, speak to a member of staff at your nearest hub library.

Help from library staff

A one to one staff introductory session is available at all libraries. This hour session is designed specifically to help you register with Learn My Way and to give you a flavour of the programme. This first introductory session is free.

If you require extra staff sessions with Learn My Way it will cost £5 per hour (£2.50 concessions per hour). Help is only available with Learn My Way and not Alison.

Other resources that you may wish to use

Driving Theory Pro - Pass first time and GoCitizen - Citizenship test training.

These resources are free of charge and ideal for anyone who is either learning to drive (theory and hazard perception test for cars and motorcycles) or sitting citizenship tests.

Our Digital Library includes lots of useful online resources if you need help with your English or Maths.

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