Learners with Adult Community Learning can have access to online classes, materials and resources. These online resources help support their learning. Tutors can provide teaching through video and chat tools. They can also provide paper-based materials for those struggling with internet access. Many of these classes are free and funded by the Government.
Depending on the topic you are studying, different websites will be used:
My Dynamic Learning platform supports functional skills Maths and English classes. Hodder - My Dynamic Learning website.
Google Classrooms is used to support computer and internet classes.
EQUAL is from The Skills Network. It provides a range of online short courses in work related or personal development topics. They take between 2 to 8 hours to complete. They are available at no cost to individual learners (charges may apply to businesses). Equal CPD courses are easy to access, meaning you can learn on your own terms, at a time and place that suits you.
View more information about the EQUAL courses available. Please contact us to register your interest in an EQUAL course by using the online send a message to this service form.
If you are already registered please use the EQUAL portal login.
If your course uses online resources, your tutor will give you a personalised log in. You will need to use the login when accessing your e-learning resources.
For any help or queries regarding your login, please contact your Tutor (if applicable). You can also contact a member of the Adult Community Learning team by using the online send a message to this service form. Or by using one of the other contact channels found in the contact tab.
Other online learning websites
There are many online learning opportunities available to all adults:
The Isle of Wight Council Library Service hosts online learning to practice for your Driving Theory Test of UK Citizenship test.
The Skills Toolkit is an online learning platform launched by the Government. It provides free courses. Partners have developed courses to help you learn new skills or get a new job.
The partners include:
- The Open University,
- Good Things Foundation,