Pathway 2 Learning

In response to the current situation with Covid-19, Pathway Group a unique position to support ensure our London learners, enabling them to continue their studies. If you need a computer for a short-term period to aid you during this pandemic, you can borrow one from us, thanks to the European Social Fund.

Laptop & Dongle Loan Scheme

Forty-eight Londoners will receive laptops and internet data, to support their learning, thanks to a new initiative from the European Social Fund.

This equipment will allow our London learners, to access high-quality learning, whilst also having the opportunity for:

  • Access a variety of online services, including the National Career Services and self-help videos via YouTube
  • Develop digital skills using the government’s Skills Toolkit
  • Keep in touch with friends and family with Facebook and Zoom

Pathway Group, in partnership with the Greater London Authority, aims to support over 1,700 people to enhance their career prospects over the 20/2021 academic year, by delivering a selection of accredited courses including; Functional Skills English and Maths, Adult Health & Social Care and Spectator Safety.

Faizal Ullah, Pathway Group GLA Contact Manager said:

“This wonderful opportunity for us to support our learners on another level, helping us to promote lifelong learning whilst making a direct impact on their health wellbeing and acquire important new skills along the way.

The impact of coronavirus/COVID-19 has accelerated the requirement for us all to be more reliant on technology, and it’s easy to forget that this is a privilege not afforded to everyone – this scheme will allow more people than ever before to access training and education, that could change their lives for the better.”

Ahsan uIf you’d like to find out more about this Laptop & Dongle Loan Scheme, please speak with Ahsan Husain.

Mayor of London