About us

Learning Unlimited is a not for profit social enterprise that specialises in adult and family learning, ESOL and integration, literacy, numeracy and teacher education. We believe in learning as empowerment and engage adults and families in local communities who face a wide range of issues and barriers to social inclusion. We also train the volunteers and professionals who work with and support them. We lead on local, national and international projects, develop and publish books and resources, and do a wide variety of consultancy work.

Contact us

Contact us

Contact us at: Learning Unlimited, UCL Institute of Education, Postal address: 20 Bedford Way, London WC1H 0AL Office address: 9-11 Endsleigh ...
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Commissioning us

Commissioning us

Learning Unlimited, with its national and international reputation in adult literacy, numeracy, ESOL, family learning and learning styles, can offer ...
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Staff profiles

Staff profiles

Introducing the LU team: Karen Dudley ESOL specialist, project manager, LU Director Publications Teaching and Learning English topic based units ...
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Job opportunities

Job opportunities

At Learning Unlimited we are keen to build our pool of highly skilled and experienced  associate teacher educators, subject specialists ...
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Feedback

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Our Equality and Diversity Statement

Learning Unlimited recognises that everyone has a contribution to make to our society and a right to equality of opportunity.

Learning Unlimited is committed to:

  • understanding, recognising and valuing diversity
  • treating everyone fairly and with dignity and respect
  • pro-actively promoting equal opportunities
  • removing barriers caused by inequality and discrimination.

No learner, trainee, volunteer, job applicant, employee or organisation/individual to which we provide services will be discriminated against by us on the grounds of:

  • gender (including sex, marriage, gender re-assignment);
  • race (including ethnic origin, colour, nationality and national origin);
  • disability;
  • sexual orientation;
  • religion or belief;
  • age.

Please let us know if there is anything we can do to support you in accessing our services or working with us.