There is so much going on at Mustard Tree! Come along and learn something new!
Classes are fun and a great way to do something meaningful with the day, to improve your confidence, employability skills, or meet new people. All classes are free and open to drop-in (find us here) or ring us on 0161 850 2282 for more information.
You can come for the whole course or just one session. So come on down – we’d love to meet you!
See what’s on in our Manchester hub below or with the latest timetable or with the Little Hulton hubtimetable
Our Computer Skills course is ideal if you are new to computers or wanting to increase your skills. This course covers practical skills including using a mouse and keyboard, how to use different programmes such as Word, Excel & PowerPoint, alongside searching the internet and applying for jobs online.
English Classes – ESOL course
English for Speakers of Other Languages, otherwise known as ESOL are some of our most popular courses. If you want to learn English, Mustard Tree offers classes for beginners and intimidate learners on separate days – see our timetable for details. Please ring us on 0161 850 2282 for more information.
If you’re looking for work or changing career, you’ll find loads of useful resources and advice. We can help you tailor or create your CV, learn and practise interview techniques, and guidance through online job applications. We also have groups from local employers popping in with employment opportunities and their top tips.
Customer Service Course
Our Customer Service course is designed to help you to gain practical training for all customer services roles – whether that’s face to face or over the phone. Most jobs now require customer service skills and this 6 week course can really boost employability, with hands on experience in our shop and phonelines.
Struggling to make ends meet? Bamboozled by banks? Come to Mustard Tree and find out how you can make your money work smarter for you! Learn how to make your weekly budget stretch further, understand what benefits you’re entitled to and what banks mean when they talk about ISAs, interest rates and credit.