Weekends are the perfect time for any course. Weekend courses help professionals build up their skills, devoid of taking precious time off work.
For those who want to make the most of their weekends, such weekend courses are a perfect solution. While most of the courses run from Saturday to Sunday, others last for just a day and many give the impetus to try out a new hobby or skill. Some might even offer a springboard for a new business opportunity. It is not too large a commitment of cash or time and neither too embarrassing or gruesome. Above all, free weekend courses in London are great fun, providing the opportunity to meet like-minded people.
Speak Up London
Located at Oxford Street, in the heart of London, this school is very friendly and inviting towards its students. With excellent facilities and a perfect environment to study in, you can increase your English vocabulary and improve your speaking fluency.
The classes start every Saturday at 12:00 and finishes at 16:30
- Either Grammar or Vocabulary – 12:00 – 14:00
- Speaking and Listening – 14:30 – 16:30
- You can also have an intensive course combining the two courses together.
Art Academy London
It offers 2-day weekend courses ranging from introductory courses for Beginners to Master Classes for the more experienced. Maximum 15 students are allowed in the class so that tutors have plenty of time to move around and speak to each student individually throughout the day.
The Weekend Master Classes are a special feature of the Art Academy. They are deliberately small teaching groups with intense tuition and personalized guidance, well designed for those who have some experience, and want to excel further.
The free classes start every Saturday and Sunday at 10:00am-5:00 pm
British Study Centres
The free weekend courses are generally practice lessons taught by English language teachers in training and supervised by experienced teacher trainers. They are free of charge to local non-native speakers and are taught by trainee teachers who are preparing for CELTA and are learning how to teach English to speakers of other languages.
Richmond and Hillcroft Adult and Community College
The Ukulele Workshop for Wellbeing conducted by RHACC helps adults improve their personal or professional skills through a comprehensive range of full and part-time free weekend courses.
The free course consists of learning various popular songs, of all styles, within a group environment. The focus is laid on ensemble playing and your ukulele technique, but individual technical assistance is given to help students develop their personal skills.