How to Enrol
You can enrol online or you can call our Enrolment Hotline on 020 7364 5665. Lines are open 10am – 4.30pm Monday to Friday.
Please note we cannot facilitate telephone enrolments for concessionary fees, as we need to provide proof of concession.
How to Enrol Online
To enrol online, first find your course using our Course Search and then click on the ‘Enrol’ button. This will take you to our enrolment system. There you will register to create an account. If you are paying a concession you must provide your evidence, by uploading it to the system. If you enrol on a course that is fully booked you will be automatically added to the waiting list.
Visit the Course Search
Enrolment for Fitness Courses
At present, due to Covid-19, we have restricted numbers on our classroom-based fitness classes. In order to ensure that as many people as possible have a chance on enrolling onto a course, we have offered short 5 week courses [Part 1 and Part 2]. If you are interested in joining a course, can you please only enrol on one fitness course this term either Part 1 or Part 2. This applies to classroom-based courses only, you are not restricted to just one course if you want to join online classes.
For free course information, call the Enrolment Team on 020 7364 5665
Or email email@example.com
Idea Store Learning offers hundreds of courses in a wide range of subjects.
View the Course Guide [32 pages 4.3MB] as a PDF
We can provide advice to help you find the best course to enrol on and can give you further guidance during and after your course. If needed we can help you with funding applications.
If you want to join an ESOL class (English for Speakers of Other Languages) you will need to have a one-to-one interview with an ESOL specialist who will find the right course for you.
If you have a learning difficulty and/or have a disability and would like to find out what extra support is available, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Support and Advice
Domestic Violence One Stop Shop
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, Tower Hamlets Domestic Abuse One Stop Shop is currently suspended. We are sorry that we are not able to support you face to face, but please be assured that you can still access our services.
- For emergency please call 999
- For support from an Independent Domestic Violence Advocate (IDVA), 020 7364 7957/2448, Mon-Fri 9-5pm
- 24 hour National Victim Support Line, 0808 168 9111
- For legal advice relating to domestic abuse and family law, such as non-molestation orders, child arrangements, or divorce, please contact Bowling & Co solicitors: email@example.com 0208 221 8000 and in case of emergencies 07464 925 083
- For Homelessness, 0207 364 7474
- 24 hour National Domestic Violence Helpline, 0808 200 0247
- Tower Hamlets Crisis Intervention Service, 020 3222 4027 Mon-Fri 9-5pm & weekends 10-6pm.
- LBTH VAWG Team, 0800 279 5434, Mon-Fri 9-5pm
Finding Local Support Services
Search for up-to-date information about health services and local groups, clubs and organisations in Tower Hamlets with the Idea Store Online Directory.
The Idea Store Directory is home to 'In the Know: Mental Health & Wellbeing Directory', for services in Tower Hamlets that help residents to manage and improve mental health and wellbeing.
For information about improving health and wellbeing or accessing local health services contact the Community Navigators firstname.lastname@example.org
Study and Learn at Home offers Idea Store members free access to a wide range of resources, including eBooks, audiobooks, journals, magazines, dictionaries and encyclopaedias.
Public computers that can be used by Idea Store members for free can be found in all the Idea Stores and libraries. Computers must be booked in advance.
Free WiFi access is available at all locations.
Reporting Hate Crime
Information about how to report hate crime can be found on the Idea Store Online Directory.