Please check with reception if you are attending a course for the first time.

There is a wide range of classes and activities at the centre, all affordable – many are free.

Languages

  • ESOL
  • Japanese

Healthy Living

  • Allotment gardening
  • Dru Yoga
  • Homeopathy
  • Primitive skills group
  • Dance workshops
  • RISE drop in

Creative

  • Art group
  • Creative writing group
  • Sewing group

New Courses

We are always interested to hear from anyone wanting to provide a new class or activity at the centre. If you are interested in providing a new course or activity please contact by email or phone, info@bucfp.org or 01273 671 213


Yoga Summer Break  

There will be no yoga classes from 10th -31st August.

The last class before the break is on Friday 3rd August 11am - 1pm

The first class after the break is on Friday 7th September 11am - 1pm, classes will then continue weekly as normal.

New FREE COURSE:

COOKERY CLASSES MAY/ JUNE 2018

We are running 5 cookery classes, starting on 22nd May with an introduction to cooking on a budget. The course will focus on vegetarian dishes for the family, with options for adapting this to  vegan or meat recipes.

Class dates:

22nd May

29th May*

5th June

12th June

19th June

* half term

The course will run over half term, and on this week children are welcome to participate but will have to be under the care of their parents. There are also some FREE playroom spaces available.

Places are limited so please contact us on 01273 601 211 or email food.project@bucfp.org  to book ASAP or you might miss out!

 

FREE COURSE: 

Returning to Employment or Education:

Are you interested in going back to work or study? Well an exciting new course is starting on Friday the 11th of May 1.30 – 4pm and lasts for 8 weeks. Topics covered include: Interview Skills, learning Skills, CV writing, note taking, presentation skills, organisational skills, time management, stress management, Job searching, relaxation techniques. This course is run in a relaxed friendly and supportive atmosphere, and will include group discussions, individual work, and case studies. Your teacher has a lot of experience and knowledge about the challenges of going back to work or education, and is a qualified teacher with a PGCE.

Starting: - Friday 11th May 1.30 – 4.00pm

At Brighton Unemployed Centre families Project – 6 Tilbury Place Brighton.


Japanese - Beginners’ Class    

Thursdays 10 - 11.30 am

This introductory course is intended for people with very limited or no knowledge of the Japanese language. Through a conversational approach, we build up a simple working knowledge of the language and learn about its structure including many useful set phrases. Reference to the complex writing system will be made but studying it is not part of this course. Frequent reference will be made to aspects of the country and its culture to complement our learning and for general information. Students are welcome to contribute anything they feel appropriate and of interest to the lessons. Suggestions for further study practice will be made. 

Course fee: £3 per person per lesson.

Japanese - Continuers’ Class    

Thursdays 11.30 am - 1pm 

This class is intended for people who have completed the Beginner’s Class or already have some knowledge of the language. Through a conversational approach, we continue our study of the language to more complex levels and, should sufficient number of people be interested, we will learn to use the writing system. Frequent reference will be made to aspects of the country and its culture and students are welcome to contribute anything they feel appropriate and of interest to the lessons. Suggestions for further study practice will be made. 

Course fee: £3 per person per lesson.