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 Learning Support, English Classes and Home Delivery

We look forward to seeing you at Ruth Faulkner Library! We have made some changes to ensure that we can deliver services as safely as possible. You will find more information on the Library's current services here. 


We recommend you keep up-to-date with the City’s response to COVID-19 via this webpage and social media and the City's COVID19 #Beconnected Portal.

 
What English Programs are offered at the Library?
What kind of English-support resources are available at the Library?
Where can I learn English?
Does the Library offer a home delivery service?
Do you offer services for people with a disability?
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Library ​Home Delivery Service


Home delivery of Library items is available to City of Belmont residents who are unable to visit the Library in person due to illness, injury, age or disability. This free service can be provided for a month or two during your recovery period or permanently depending on your situation.​

Once you are signed up, staff will select and deliver items based on your interests right to your door.

To apply for the Library's home delivery service download an application form,  phone 9477 7150 or email libinfodesk@belmont.wa.gov.au  

​Study Help Through the Library


Feeling overwhelmed, stuck on a study question or not sure where to even start with an assignment?

Get help with your essay or report draft in less than 24 hours, or live, expert assistance with subjects like writing, maths, science, economics and more. Their friendly subject speciali​sts are waiting online to help you, 3pm - late, Sunday to Friday.

To log in, enter your Library card number and PIN. 

Click here​​ ​to get started.

Job Search Assistance Through the Library


Did you know that you can access assistance applying for work through your Library membership? Connect to a friendly online tutor for advice and tips on finding work. You can get free help with job applications, business writing, resumes, cover letters and more. All you need is an internet connection and your Library card.


For one-to-one assistance with the skills needed to look for a job:
1. Visit the Studiosity website.
2. Use your Library card number and PIN to log in.
3. Once you have logged in, click the button to connect to a live tutor then select 'Job Skills for Adults'.
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