May 2020

    Online & Distance Learning during the Covid-19 Pandemic

    STEC is offering you the opportunity to learn from home during this lockdown period, including Cookery, Driving Theory and Skills Passports - contact us for more details using the link on the Home Page.

    September 2016

    STEC has secured a contract to deliver Community Learning courses funded by Liverpool Adult Learning Service, Liverpool City Council and the Skills Funding Agency which also enables us to work in partnership with LALS to provide progression from our courses to higher level accredited options.

    Our offer includes: Skills for Care, ICT Learn My Way, Functional Skills, Skills Passports, British Sign Language and Driving Theory Preparation.

    Please contact us for more information.

    Talk Talk Internet Start promotion 3rd November 2014

    Presentation Photos
    Norma, one of STEC's Computer Club Learners, receives the first Android Tablet from Greg Watson from Tinder and Paul Smith from Talk Talk as part of their Internet Start promotion

    Get Online Week 2014 13th to 19th October

    STEC is holding a series of Awards Presentations this week for the learners who have achieved their goals over the last few months and earned qualifications from BCS, City & Guilds and CIEH and more.

    Monday - Noah's Ark Computer Club

    Tuesday - Belle Vale Children's Centre Computer Club

    Wednesday - Garston Village Hall Computer Club

    Thursday - Venture House Computer Club & Skills for Care

    Friday - STEC Computer Club & Skills for Care

    ESOL Provision - September 2014

    The ESOL formal classes on Tuesday & Thursday evenings (depending on language skill levels) return on 16th September with an assessment session. We continue to provide an informal conversation club on Wednesday evenings for students to develop their practical language skills during the summer.

    Skills for Care - September 2014

    We are now recruiting for a series of Skills for Life programmes for local unemployed residents (aged 20+) interested in working in Care Homes or Care Agencies.  The course covers Food Safety, Health & Safety, Moving & Handling etc and is completely free of charge.  These will link in to recruitment drives by local care agencies and care homes.

    Full Course Schedule
    Session 01    Equality & Diversity
    Session 02    Person Centred Care / Risk Assessment
    Session 03    Moving & Handling
    Session 04    Fire Safety Awareness / CV Workshop
    Session 05    Communication
    Session 06    Dementia / Safeguarding & MCA
    Session 07    Emergency First Aid 
    Session 08    CIEH Food Safety in Catering
    Session 09    CIEH Healthier Food & Special Diets
    Session 10    CIEH Health & Safety in Social Care pt1
    Session 11    CIEH Health & Safety in Social Care pt2
    Session 12    Condition Awareness

    ICT Training - September 2014

    STEC Computer Club returns Friday 12th September, 1 to 3pm after a short break.

    28th May 2014

    STEC Awards presented by Lord Mayor Gary Millar

    A great afternoon at STEC as Gary met learners, volunteers, tenants and staff to deliver certificates to successful candidates of Lovell Construction recruitment, Employability Solutions Learners, Riverside Care Sector Learners and STEC's Skills for Care Learners. Gary also presented computers to more beneficiaries of the Great Learn My Way Giveaway.  Employability Solutions also delivered a cookery demonstration before the Awards.

    2nd May 2014

    We Are Where You Are

    Check out the calendar for details of our Community Computer Clubs, Skills for Care and ESOL provision

    4th April 2014

    STEC's Great Learn My Way Computer Give Away

    16th March 2014

    ESOL City Explorer

    3 teams, 3 routes.  A great way to introduce some of the hidden gems of the City Centre to our ESOL Students

    25th February 2014

    STEC Awards Night at Liverpool Town Hall

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    Computers for Beginners
    A weekly FREE UK Online basic computer club is running at STEC on Friday afternoons between 1 and 3pm.  No previous experience required, open to absolute beginners.

    Alongside the club at STEC, we are running various off-site clubs in South Liverpool which have proved very popular so if you are interested please contact us.  New courses have just begun in Belle Vale, please contact us if you are interested in joining one of these clubs or know somebody who would benefit.

    Over the last year we have delivered computer clubs in various locations throughout South Liverpool as shown below:

    Belle Vale
    Belle Vale Children's Centre
    Netherley Youth & Community Initiative

    Garston Children's Centre
    Garston Park Church

    Noah's Ark Community Centre
    Parent Hub at Noah's Ark
    Appledore Court

    Please contact us to add your name to the enrolment list