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English GCSE

05/09/2017

Horsham

18:45 - 21:15

Tuesday

2.5 hours x 30 sessions

This course will prepare you for taking a GCSE examination in English (AQA English 8700) in June 2018. You will study a wide range of English techniques and learn how to read texts fluently whilst analysing them critically. You will critically read, analyse and evaluate a wide range of literature and non-fiction texts from the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries as well as other types of writing such as reviews and journalism. You will summarise and synthesise information and ideas from texts and make comparisons between texts. You will use knowledge gained to improve your own writing, which will be expected to be effective and coherent whilst making good and appropriate use of standard English.

English GCSE

08/09/2017

Worthing

12:30 - 15:00

Friday

2.5 hours x 30 sessions

This course will prepare you for taking a GCSE examination in English (AQA English 8700) in June 2018. You will study a wide range of English techniques and learn how to read texts fluently whilst analysing them critically. You will critically read, analyse and evaluate a wide range of literature and non-fiction texts from the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries as well as other types of writing such as reviews and journalism. You will summarise and synthesise information and ideas from texts and make comparisons between texts. You will use knowledge gained to improve your own writing, which will be expected to be effective and coherent whilst making good and appropriate use of standard English.

English GCSE

11/09/2017

Crawley

12:00 - 14:30

Monday

2.5 hours x 30 sessions

This course will prepare you for taking a GCSE examination in English (AQA English 8700) in June 2018. You will study a wide range of English techniques and learn how to read texts fluently whilst analysing them critically. You will critically read, analyse and evaluate a wide range of literature and non-fiction texts from the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries as well as other types of writing such as reviews and journalism. You will summarise and synthesise information and ideas from texts and make comparisons between texts. You will use knowledge gained to improve your own writing, which will be expected to be effective and coherent whilst making good and appropriate use of standard English.

Supporting Teaching and Learning In Schools: Level 2

25/09/2017

Crawley

£800.00

09:30 - 12:00

Monday

2.5 hours x 21 sessions

This course is a nationally recognised qualification and will enable the learner to develop the knowledge and skills needed when supporting teaching and learning in schools. It provides the opportunity to demonstrate performance and underpinning knowledge and can be undertaken by employed staff and volunteers. It is either a progression from the Award in Support Work in Schools or can be taken as a qualification incorporating the Award units.

You will require confirmation from a school to support you in a voluntary placement. You would be required to volunteer for a minimum of 6 hours per week.

English: Cambridge Advanced Certificate

27/09/2017

Horsham

£315.00

19:00 - 21:00

Wednesday

2 hours x 30 sessions

The aim of this course is to prepare you to take the Cambridge English Advanced (CAE) exam in June. This is a high-quality English language test for people who want to show they have an advanced level of English for study, work and life in an English-speaking environment. The test is targeted at CEFR level C1.
This is a 30 week course, 1 x 2hrs per week, covering 3 terms. Depending on availability of places and an appropriate level of English, students can join the course during terms 1 and 2 after the start date.
As a guide, by the end of the course you should be able to:
Express yourself with a high level of fluency
React appropriately in different cultural and social situations
Communicate effectively at managerial and professional level
Follow an academic course at university level
Participate with confidence in workplace meetings or academic tutorials and seminars
Carry out complex and challenging research.

Beauty Therapy: C&G Level 2 Diploma

09/10/2017

Burgess Hill

£2013.00

10:00 - 17:00

Monday

6.5 hours x 40 sessions

The course covers the following practical units. Manicure, pedicure, facial skincare, eye treatments, waxing and make-up. There are also supporting theory units of health and safety, working in the beauty industry, reception and anatomy and physiology. This course is professional standard level 2 qualification enabling students to go into the beauty industry after obtaining the qualification. Students will be required whilst on the course to do work experience in a salon for a minimum of 1 day a month.

German: Entry Continuation

08/01/2018

Burgess Hill

£157.50

19:30 - 21:00

Monday

1.5 hours x 20 sessions

The aim of the course is to develop basic communication skills in practical situations for beginners who intend to use the language on holiday or for work.
The emphasis will be on developing the four skills of speaking, listening, reading and writing.
The structure of the language is introduced through everyday topics and practical situations; you will also gain an insight into the culture and customs of the country.
Topics could include: introducing yourself and other people, family information shopping, ordering food and drink, booking a hotel room, asking for and giving directions.

Beauty Therapy: City & Guilds – Level 2 Diploma

24/01/2018

WORTHING

£2013.00

09:30 - 14:30

Thursday, Wednesday

5 hours x 46 sessions

The course covers the following practical units. Manicure, pedicure, facial skincare, eye treatments, waxing and make-up. There are also supporting theory units of health and safety, working in the beauty industry, reception and anatomy and physiology. This course is professional standard level 2 qualification enabling students to go into the beauty industry after obtaining the qualification. Students will be required whilst on the course to do work experience in a salon for a minimum of 1 day a month.

ALD – Entry English

06/02/2018

Worthing

12:30 - 15:00

Tuesday

2.5 hours x 18 sessions

Sorry, there is currently no overview information available for this course. Please call us on 0345 6 01 01 61 to find out more.

Drawing and Painting: Mixed Ability Continuation

19/02/2018

Bognor Regis

£178.50

13:00 - 15:00

Monday

2 hours x 17 sessions

You will be encouraged to choose your own medium to explore different techniques and styles of drawing and painting on this friendly and supportive course. This term you will have the opportunity to revisit basic techniques or progress further with your preferred medium and develop your own skills, goals and initiatives.

You will be able to progress with your opwn ideas to produce sketchbook and portfolio works to a high standard by working on group projects set by the tutor, whilst gaining a wider art vocabulary. Students will to work to a brief (either set by the tutor or themselves) and also work to deadlines. Students will be encouraged to visit Museums/Galleries or sketch on location. Some students may also work on paintings that are mounted in a professional way and will be supported to exhibit locally;
This course will be supported by some basic Art History presentations and student research.