Learning on your doorstep
We are passionate about delivering courses that make a difference, that bring communities together and help you take the next step towards the career and life you want.
We provide quality education and training for everyone, regardless of age, background and ability. Improve your job prospects, learn new skills and meet new people in a friendly and welcoming setting.
We offer a variety of short, part-time courses delivered in community centres across the North West in subjects such as first aid, sign language, IT, hair & beauty, photography and floristry, to name but a few.
How to Enrol
Start your learning journey with us!
- Choose your course - Browse our Community Course Guide and discover the exciting range of courses we offer in your area. Need help choosing? Contact our Community Outreach Team.
- Enrolment - Contact the relevant community centre for further details using the contact information as advertised in the course guide or contact the NWRC representative for your area.
- Payments - Many of our courses are free or offered at a reduced fee for those receiving benefits. Contact us to discuss payment options. We also offer a range of financial packages to assist with course related expenses.
- Attend your course - Remember learning support is available. Contact Student Services if you require support during your studies.
- Progress - Many of community courses offer opportunities for you to progress on to our college courses or gain qualifications to improve your career prospects. Speak with our Careers Team to discuss your next step.
I studied the OCN Level 2 Award in Bakery & Patisserie. My course was delivered in the College's kitchens. There was a sense of community and a warm relaxing atmosphere throughout. If I was to describe my experience in 3 words it would be fun, exciting and therapeutic!Stephen McAteer (Limavady)
I passed my Essential Skills in English after taking a community course with NWRC, through the Roe Valley Residents Association. The class was very relaxed and I had a brilliant tutor in Conal McNickle. I would highly recommend taking a class at your local community hub, and I’m now considering further learning with the College.Kathryn Morgan (Limavady)
NWRC has helped me develop in my career, improving my skills in technology and business development. I will continue to be involved with the College. Life Long Learning is key to long and healthy relationships.Patsy O'Kane (Cityside)
I studied Level 2 Maths and English and successfully passed both. It was a great course, and it was great working in a smaller group. I’ve made friends for life and I’m considering progressing to another part-time course with the College.Paul Cotton (Strabane)