Helping people to gain a qualification

Learning to use the internet with confidence

Improving communication skills

Meet new friends

Help organise community events

Join in our community activities

Helping young people develop new skills

 Building confidence

Preparing for the workplace





Volunteers help recycle donated computers

Technical IT support and upgrades

Work experience opportunities




 Our work

We began in 2005 by supplying refurbished computers and helping local people learn new digital skills and still provide free computer training twice a week at our E2 Training Centre

 English with confidence

A successful, informal way of using tutor led group work and online language learning software to help non-English speakers integrate into the wider community.

Strike Out project

Vocational courses that help young people who have difficulty accessing mainstream education provision to overcome their barriers to learning. 

 Training courses

We are a Pearson accredited centre and offer a range of BTEC qualifications, informal learning opportunities for adults and youth-related projects


Following a consultation exercise with De Montfort University the Cooke e-Learning Foundation is now trading as E2.

E2 is based at two different venues iBeaumont Leys, where we provide off site vocational provision for Key Stage 4 students from local schools, IT training for local residents and a variety of informal courses to help unemployed people seek work and improve their skills. We can also give advice to community groups and local residents to help them get online and ways to help their children to use the internet safely for learning at home.

The Cooke e-Learning Foundation is pleased to be funded by the Tinder Foundation for another year to run the English My Way project.

This year we are working in partnership with the Sikh Community Centre in Evington.

The project is a 24 week blended learning programme focused on supporting adults who have low English language skills, or none at all, to become a part of their local communities. It is designed to help learners develop skills and confidence in reading, writing, listening and speaking English.

English My Way is a flexible programme and is delivered through a mix of tutor-led sessions, online learning and volunteer group activity.

The project is organised by the Tinder Foundation, BBC Learning English and The British Council 

Contact Us

Call us: 0116 2359481

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Registered Office - 

E2 Training Centre

2 - 4 Home Farm Square, 

Leicester, LE4 0RU

UK registered company number 5486162

Registered charity number 1111178

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