Adult education

Step2Skills offer a wide variety of courses for Hertfordshire residents aged 19+.

Our offer includes accredited learning for those that would like to gain a qualification and short non-accredited courses and workshops.

Subject areas include

So whatever your interests we should have something for you.

We're funded by the Education and Skills Funding Agency and European Social Fund to deliver community learning courses for adults, young people and families across Hertfordshire.

We subcontract with delivery partners in Hertfordshire to deliver some of these courses on our behalf. Those learning providers are responsible for delivering courses to a high standard. We quality monitor provision to ensure it meets the requirements of OFSTED and the Education and Skills Funding Agency.

Courses we run are primarily low-cost in order to help improve the skills and wellbeing of people living in Hertfordshire.

We are able to run courses on demand, subject to availability of teachers. So, if you are part of a group of people that are interested in a course that’s just for you, please get in contact on 01992 556194 to discuss your needs. (Minimum numbers apply)


Employers – training courses for staff

Empower your business with training from Step2Skills

Step2Skills provide tailored courses and training for organisations that enhance staff skills, enabling your business to grow and thrive.

Get in touch to find out more about a wide range of training solutions to help your organisation thrive.


Why upskill your workforce

There are many benefits to upskilling your workforce - both to you as an employer and to your staff as employees.

According to IBM research, Employees that do not feel they can achieve their career goals at their current organisation are 12 times more likely to consider leaving than employees  who feel they can achieve their career goals – this number sky rockets to about 30 times for new employees.

According to a skills gap survey conducted by the Hertfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership, half of employers identified that there were skills gaps in their workforce, which they consider to have a direct impact on their business competitiveness.

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