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We have places available on our online Level 2 Food Safety & Hygiene course. Learners need English / ESOl of at least Entry 3 and basic computer skills to do this course. Apply using our application form on this website. This course usually takes one day.

We have places on our Preparing for Work course. This lasts 4 to 5 weeks, and includes Looking and Acting the Part at Work, Handling problems at Work, working in an office and planning for the future. Apply using our application form.

We currently run the following courses:

Step Up to I.T.

Saturdays  10am to 1pm at Training Link, 54-56 Phoenix Road NW1 1ES. Course for women from a BAMER background. Next course starts in January 2018.

You'll develop computer skills in Microsoft Office, using the internet and in social media
Course members are welcome to join Training Link's drop-in sessions on Tuesday afternoons from 2pm to 4pm for more practice.  You can also enroll for our free vocational online courses.

The course is organised by LAAMIGA, a charity offering free 1-1 mentoring to women who want to develop their careers, find jobs or move into a new area of work. The first two hours each Saturday will be spent on the computer course and the final hour will include 1-1 support from your mentor. (Course funded by the Clifford Chance Foundation). Apply via Training Link application form on this website)

Courses for Care Workers

We are running courses in Manual Handling, Hazardous Substances and Health & Safety for Care Workers. All these are very useful for people looking for work in the care and health industries. These are online courses, and need English / ESOL at at least Entry 3 and basic computer skills. To enrol, email or complete the application form on the About Us page of this website.

Customer Care and other vociational courses

Free online half-day courses. Customer Care is useful for any job that involves working with customers. Basic computer skills are required for this course and English / ESOl at Entry 3. We have places available. There is a wide variety of online vocaitonal courses available via Virtual College. Pop in and have a discussion about what you can do.

Computer courses

Camden Adult Community Learning run computer courses at Training Link on Wednesdays. To apply, please attend our Open Day on 11 January 2018 from 11am to 7pm at 54-56 Phoenix Road NW1 1ES.

For more information about Camden Adult Community Learning courses, please visit or phone 020-7974-2148.


All our courses are free. This covers subsidised / funded courses, not any fee paying ones we run.

Drop In / Free Internet Cafe

We have a weekly drop in on Tuesdays from 2pm to 4pm; open to all. There are volunteer learning assitants to help. We can also help computer beginners.

To sign up for a class, visit our website where it is possible to enrol on line. Or telephone 020-7383-5405 for more information.

We offer:

Small classes; A friendly, supportive learning environment; An accessible building; Qualified tutors

Developed By Wayne Myles 2011