Almost any type of course in the UK or overseas, this could include evening classes, personal trainer, day or weekend courses. They must be run by a tutor or recognised instructor qualified to teach the subject.
Before signing up for a course you may wish to check with your Leisure Benefits Coordinator, Line Manager or the Leisure Benefits Office in Partnership House to ensure it qualifies for a subsidy. There are very few which don't, such as learning to drive, theological courses, anything that could be considered a treatment or therapy and experience days. Full time Academic courses do not qualify for Leisure Learning.
You can now claim for advanced driving courses. The basic driving test and basic motorbike test do not qualify for Leisure Learning, but an advanced driving course, HGV, off road etc would be eligible (this does NOT include any penalty exchange driving courses).