08-09 Adult and Community Learning city college brighton and hove

08-09
Adult and Community Learning
Weekday and Saturday courses
city college
brighton and hove
www.ccb.ac.uk
Welcome to City College
“ A very warm welcome to Adult and
Community
Learning
Course Duration
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Brighton and Hove. I
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hope that you’ll
find the ideal course for you in these
pages. You may want to gain new
qualifications to get on in your career,
or find a new interest to stretch
yourself and make new friends. There
are many positive reasons to return to
learn on one of our courses, and with
such a wide range of options to choose
from, you can learn during the day, in
the evening or at weekends to fit in
with your lifestyle.
Our courses run from Monday to
Saturday. In this new prospectus you
can see at a glance the full range of
courses on offer. There are over fifty
new courses to choose from as well as
many of your old favourites.
If you need any further information or
advice about our programmes, please
don’t hesitate to call in at the
Connaught Centre in Hove or phone our
friendly Adult and Community Learning
staff who are always happy to help.
Whether you have already enjoyed
learning with us or you are joining us
for the first time, I wish you every
success in your studies and an
interesting and enjoyable time.
”
Best wishes
Course Fees and Funding
The majority of courses contained within this prospectus are
funded through the Learning and Skills Council. This means
that the fees a student pays represents only a proportion of
the actual cost of the course. Government funding policy is
now requiring students to contribute more towards the cost
of their learning and the College is required to increase its
fees accordingly.
For more information please visit www.lsc.gov.uk
Phil Frier
Phil Frier
Principal and Chief Executive
Let City College work for you !
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Student Support and Facilities
How to Enrol and Fee Information - FAQs
General Information
Weekday Courses at a Glance
Saturday Courses at a Glance
Art Studies
DIY and Motor Vehicle Maintenance
Health, Well-being and Special Interest
Counselling
History
Writing and Literature
Computing and Business Skills
Languages
Dance and Drama
Beauty Workshops
Digital Arts and Photography
Community Development
Course Index
Application Form
How to Find Us
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ACL Administration and
Enrolment Office Opening Times
Term-time
Monday to Thursday 9.30am - 6.45pm
Friday 9.30am - 4.00pm
Saturday 9.30am - 10.30am
(Saturday Workshop dates only)
Centres, Venues and Codes
City College Brighton and Hove, Pelham Street, Brighton
City College Brighton and Hove, Connaught Centre, Connaught Road, Hove
City College Brighton and Hove, Wilson Avenue, Brighton
To be announced
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At first class report to reception area for confirmation of room numbers on each site
Out of Term-time
Monday to Thursday 9.30am - 4.30pm
Friday 9.30am - 3.30pm
These times could be subject to variation.
Please call before making a special journey.
ACL Academic Year 2008/09 Term Dates
Autumn Term:
15th September 2008 to 12th December 2008
Half Term 27th October 2008 - 31st October 2008
Spring Term:
12th January 2008 to 3rd April 2009
Half Term 16th February 2009 - 20th February 2009
Summer Term:
20th April 2009 onwards
Half Term 25th May 2009 - 29th May 2009
Disclaimer
Although the information given is believed to be correct at the time of publication it does not form any part of the contract between City College Brighton and Hove
and the learner. City College Brighton and Hove does not hold itself liable for any actions taken as a result of the information given in this course guide. Courses
may be subject to occasional changes. City College Brighton and Hove maintains the right to close any class which is not viable.
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Student Support and Facilities
Disability
College Refectories
We welcome applications from learners with disabilities and will
make reasonable adjustments to all aspects of the College service
to avoid substantial disadvantage to any disabled person. You do
not have to tell us about your disability but this may affect our
ability to offer you support that you may need.
Connaught Centre Site - A warm welcome awaits you at the
Connaught Coffee Shop. Serving hot and cold drinks, sandwiches,
savoury snacks, cakes and confectionery.
Library Resource Centre
The Library Resource Centre (LRC) contains materials and
information relevant to all courses taught at the College. There are
over 40,000 books, 315 current periodicals, over 2,000 videos
and a rapidly developing collection of DVDs and music CDs.
There are 46 workstations which have internet access, networked
CD ROM and Microsoft applications. There are both colour and
black and white printers. To use the workstations you will need to
get a Username and Password from your Course Tutor.
LRC users have access to video, DVD and audio playback in the
Audio-Visual Suite. There are both black and white and colour
photocopying facilities. Accommodation also includes Group
Study Rooms and a Silent Study Area, as well as informal seating
in the current periodicals section. All students studying part-time
and full-time courses are entitled to join the LRC and receive the
full range of services.
Opening Times (Term Time Only)
Monday - Thursday: 8.30am - 3.30pm, 5.45pm - 8.45pm
Friday: 8.30am - 3.00pm
Saturday workshops: 9.00am - 3.00pm
Pelham Tower Site - Harrison Catering Services run the stylish
refectory working in close partnership with CCBH to offer an
extensive range of food to meet all needs and budgets and pride
themselves on ‘getting it right’.
Opening Times
Monday - Thursday 8.30am - 8.00pm
Friday 8.30am - 3.15pm
Publicity
Photographs or videos taken of learners and/or their work over the
duration of their course may be used for publicity purposes. If you
have any objections to this, please let us know.
All ACL students are entitled to join the LRC and receive the full
range of services on production of their Adult and Community
Learning course receipt.
The Students’ Union
City College has a very successful Students’ Union, run by
students with support from two staff members to promote social,
cultural and recreational activities. Events include a Freshers’
Fair, Talent Show, trips to Amsterdam, New York, Skiing in the
French Alps and many sporting activities such as Inter-College
football and basketball matches.
All part-time students are able to join the National Union of
Students and receive the NUS card. This offers discounts both
locally and nationally at cinemas, music stores, clubs, clothes
shops and restaurants. Available from the Students’ Union
11.00am - 3.00pm (closed for lunch 12.30pm - 1.30pm
Tuesdays and Fridays) or from Main Reception in the evenings.
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Enrolment Sessions at The Connaught Centre
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How to Enrol and Fee Information - FAQs
When do enrolments start?
Can I pay in installments?
Enrolments will start on Monday 23rd June 2008 at 9.30am.
From then onwards you can enrol at any time using the procedure
outlined in this brochure. In general the Enrolments Office is open
from 9.30am - 4.30pm Monday to Thursday and 9.30am 3.30pm on Fridays (please check before making a special
journey).
Special Enrolment/Advice sessions will also take place on:
Saturday 28th June 2008, 11.00am - 1.00pm and Saturday 6th
September 2008, 11.00am - 1.00pm at the Connaught Centre.
In general we ask that the total fee be paid on enrolment. If you
wish to pay by installments a request must be made to the Senior
Administrative Officer.
How do I enrol?
Postal
Please complete the Reservation Form in this brochure. Post the
completed form to the Adult and Community Learning Centre,
Connaught Road, Hove, BN3 3WB enclosing either a cheque made
payable to CCBH or your credit/debit card details (including expiry
date and security code - last 3 numbers on back of card and issue
number where applicable). Please do not send cash. If you require
a receipt please supply a Stamped Addressed Envelope with your
Reservation. Unfortunately we are unable to acknowledge receipt
of your form by post unless this is provided.
In Person (at the Connaught Centre, Hove)
You will be asked to complete a Reservation Form and payment
will be due at this point. Please ensure you have all your details
with you including evidence of entitlement to fee remission (if
applicable).
By Telephone
Please call 01273 736491. You will be asked for the course number
and title, your name, address, date of birth, telephone contact
numbers and credit/debit card details.
Please note that we shall not contact you between enrolment and
the first meeting of the class unless:
• A course is already full when we receive your application.
• The course is cancelled.
• We need to give you special advice in advance.
You should therefore ensure that you keep a note of the start date
and time of the course and go directly to the class/reception at the
first session. Receipts are available for collection from the Office
at the Connaught Adult and Community Learning Centre. Please
note that telephone lines will be particularly busy at peak
enrolment times and reservations by post or in person are
recommended at these times.
By Fax
Suitable only for debit or credit card payments.
How do I pay?
You can pay by cheque, Mastercard, Visa or Debit card. When
paying in person you may also pay in cash.
Do I qualify for a reduction in fees?
There are a range of concessions available on some of our courses.
Please see section on Course Fees for full details.
Will you confirm my place on the course?
After your enrolment has been made we will only contact you again
should we have to cancel or change the course in any way. In some
circumstances we will send out a materials list of items you need
to provide for the first class. If you enrol by post please enclose an
SAE for your receipt to be posted to you.
What happens if I can’t attend the course any more?
The College operates a strict ‘no refund’ policy from your time of
payment at the reservation stage. Refunds will only be considered
if a course has been cancelled by the College.
Parking - where do I park?
There is limited parking at all venues (some car parks may be
subject to an entrance fee). Please park with care and
consideration at all times and follow specific instructions given by
individual venues. Emergency Vehicles must be able to gain
access to any building at all times.
Access - can I get in?
If you have particular access needs please contact the Centre prior
to enrolment.
Liability - whose fault is it?
You attend all courses at your own risk. If you are on Sports, Keep
Fit, Yoga and Massage courses in particular you must not only
satisfy yourself that you are medically suitable* for your chosen
course but also notify the Course Tutor of any relevant medical
condition you might have. (*You should consult with your GP).
Must I take an exam/assessment?
If you enrol on courses leading to qualifications you are expected
to enter or register for the examination/assessment at the
appropriate time. Most examination fees will be included in your
course fees unless otherwise stated.
What else do I have to pay for?
You are expected to provide yourself with the appropriate books
and materials for your courses. In some circumstances these may
be available from the Course Tutor or the Centre.
What happens if my course hasn’t got enough
enrolments?
Courses in this brochure may be cancelled if minimum enrolment
numbers (generally 15) are not achieved and/or maintained
through the duration of the course. Students may be offered the
alternative of a reduction in course hours for the same fee, transfer
to another course or request a pro rata refund of the fee.
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General Information
Course Fees
To find out which Fee Category you fall into please refer to the following table.
Category A
Full fee (the fee you will pay if you do not meet any of the criteria in the following categories).
Category B
You are in receipt of a means tested benefit.
Category C
You are in receipt of a means tested benefit and you have not yet achieved a full Level 2 qualification* and above.
Category D
You have not yet achieved a full Level 2 qualification* and above.
* A full Level 2 qualification is defined as holding one of the following:
• 5 or more 0-levels
• 5 or more GCSEs at Grades A-C
• 1 A-level
• 2-3 AS-levels
• NVQ Level 2
• Intermediate GNVQ
• BTEC First Diploma
You will be required to sign a ‘Qualification Declaration Form’ at Enrolment.
Means Tested Benefits and Documentary Evidence Required
Before you can claim a concession because you hold a means tested benefit we will need to see documentary evidence of your award.
Please refer to the following table for the evidence you will need to show us. You cannot be enrolled on a course until the evidence has
been seen. Learners claiming benefits after the date of enrolment are not eligible for retrospective fee remission.
Type Of Benefit
Documentary Evidence Required
Income Support (IS)
Housing Benefit (HB)
Council Tax Benefit (CTB)
IS/HB/CTB letter dated within 3 months showing learner name, current address and benefit received
or outdated letter plus bank statement dated within 3 months showing regular benefit receipts
(IS benefit book acceptable/current year Council Tax Bill showing CTB reduction acceptable)
Job Seekers Allowance (JSA)
(excludes full-time or
part-time courses averaging
more than16 GLH per week)
JSA letter dated within 3 months showing learner name, current address and benefit received or
outdated letter plus current bank statement dated within 3 months showing regular benefit receipts
(ES40 JSA benefit book not acceptable)
Working Tax Credit (WTC)
(excludes Child Tax Credit)
Current year Inland Revenue WTC Award Notice TC602 (original only) showing total annual household
income less than £15050, learner name and current address
Guarantee Pension Credit (GPC) Current year Pension Service GPC Award Notice (original only) showing learner name and current
(part-time courses only)
address (acceptable together with Savings Pension Credit - SPC not acceptable on its own)
Unwaged Dependant
Benefit letter dated within 3 months showing learner as named dependant of benefit claimant at
(named spouse/partner/adult same current address and benefit received or outdated letter plus bank statement dated within
regular dependant on income 3 months showing benefit receipts
based benefit claimant)
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General Information
Exam/Assessment and Materials Fees
All learners are responsible for payment of assessment and
resource fees and charges.
Refunds
The Centre does not grant refunds to students who withdraw from
courses, either before or after the start date. A refund will be given
only where for any reason a course does not run and there is no
suitable alternative.
Course Transfers
You are welcome to request a transfer to a different course at any
stage during the academic year. This will only be possible if the
course you are leaving remains viable and there are places
available on the alternative course. A £5 charge will be made for
this service.
Course Viability
Courses in this brochure may be cancelled if minimum enrolment
numbers (generally 15) are not achieved and/or maintained
through the duration of the course. Students may be offered the
alternative of a reduction in course hours for the same fee, transfer
to another course or request a pro rata refund of the fee.
Book Early!
Don’t wait until the last moment to enrol. If you wait until the last
few days your class might already be full or might have been
cancelled because of low enrolment.
Connaught Centre Gift Vouchers
Unsure of what to give for a special occasion, birthday or
Christmas present? We can provide gift vouchers for ACL courses
for any amount or for a specific course.
Equality & Diversity
At the College we are delighted to have
students from a wide range of backgrounds,
experiences and personal attributes. We
want all in our community to feel confident
about coming to study here and where each
of you can achieve the best that you are
able to.
We have a clear equality and diversity policy
that means we will:
• work to create an environment where
students feel safe, respected and listened
to regardless of their backgrounds or
personal attributes
• recognise and celebrate individual
differences
• prevent and directly challenge any
discrimination or unfair treatment
• identify areas of inequality of opportunity
put in place actions to address them
Substitute Tutor
The Centre retains discretion to substitute alternative tutors to
those listed without prior notice.
Information and Advice on Choosing Your Course
If you need help with choosing the best course for you please ask
at the Centre Office for either:
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•
•
•
Course information sheets
Help with choosing a suitable course
Details of how to speak to the course tutor
Details of open days/enrolment sessions
Suggestions for NEW Courses
We are always open to suggestions for new courses and would be
delighted to hear your ideas for future courses.
This commitment runs right through all
aspects of college life. We have a wide
range of support services for students who
may need additional help. We have clear
policies on behaviour, anti-bullying and the
rights and responsibilities of students.
Finally we include in our courses the
importance of respecting difference and
understanding of equality of opportunity
for all.
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Weekdays at a Glance
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Monday
Tuesday
Course Code
Abstract Painting
010000
Arabic Beginners
090000
Art Skills
010005
Artists Using Photography
010148
Astrology Beginners
040350
Astrology Intermediate
040355
Brighton 1870s-1930s
070020
Business Start Up
080150
Car Maintenance Beginners
030060
Creative Stained Glass
010205
Digital Photography
080030
Dressmaking Level 1
010220
Dressmaking Level 2
010220
English Society in word and image 1870-1970
070015
English Society in word and image Post War Britain 070025
French - Beginners
090020
French Advanced
090070
Holistic Therapies for IBD
040235
Introduction to Crystal Healing
040260
Introduction to Free Machine Embroidery
010329
Italian Beginners
090150
Japanese Beginners
090190
Learning to Look at Modern Art
010144
Level 2 - NCFE Certificate in Counselling
050010
Level 3 - NCFE Certificate in Counselling
050016
Manage Stress Naturally
040240
Meditation
130005
Painting in Oils
010024
Pattern Cutting - Beginners and Improvers
010275
Photoshop
080060
Satyananda Yoga
040120
Screen Writing Course
070100
Screen Writing Intermediate
070115
Spanish Beginners
090230
Spanish Lower Intermediate Level 2
090320
Spanish Restart
090285
Spanish Upper Intermediate Level 2
090340
Swedish Beginners
090380
Twentieth Century British Sculpture
010146
Understanding Tate Modern
010147
Watercolour Painting
010120
Write Away! Creative Writing
070140
Writing for Television
070125
Course Code
Arabic Lower Intermediate
090002
Aromatherapy Massage for Children
with Special Learning Needs
040200
Be Creative : Intermediate
010006
Chinese (Mandarin) Beginners
090007
Computing - Beginners
080005
Creative Machine Embroidery Beginners/Improvers
010311
Dressmaking - Level 1
010222
Dressmaking - Level 2
010230
Dressmaking - Level 3
010232
E-Spanish Beginners
090270
Everyday IT
080027
Flamenco Dance
100037
French Beginners
090032
French Lower Intermediate 1
090046
German Lower Intermediate
090120
Holistic Therapies for IBD
040230
Improve Your Film/Digital Photography - Level 1
010150
Introduction to British Sign Language
090415
Italian Lower Intermediate
090175
Manage Stress Naturally
040245
Mixed Style Massage Course
040215
Modern Greek Beginners
090130
Oil Painting From Life
010019
Poetry
070200
Portuguese Lower Intermediate
090210
Pottery
010191
Printed Textiles
010216
Printmaking For All
010209
Russian - Get Ready For Your Holiday
090220
Russian Beginners
090215
Screen Writing Course
070105
Sculpture
010175
Spanish - Get Ready For Your Holiday
090280
Spanish AS
090365
Spanish Beginners
090240
Spanish Lower Intermediate - Level 1
090290
Spanish Lower Intermediate - Level 2
090315
Tai Chi
040100
Thai Foot Massage
040150
Writing for Children
070180
Yoga - Remedial
130010
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Weekdays at a Glance
Wednesday
Thursday
Course Code
Altered Art
010145
Ayuverdic Facial Massage
040190
Chinese (Mandarin) Lower Intermediate
090008
Computing - Improvers 2
080020
Creating Silk Paper
010425
Creative Machine Embroidery Advanced
010317
Creative Machine Embroidery Beginners/Improvers
010313
Dressmaking - Level 1
010224
Dressmaking - Level 2
010224
Flamenco Dance
100039
French - Beginners
090025
French GCSE
090080
French Lower Intermediate 1
090040
German - Get Ready For Your Holiday
090115
German Beginners
090105
Indian Head Massage
040210
Introduction to Counselling Skills
050000
Italian Beginners
090160
Japanese Lower Intermediate
090195
Keep Fit For The Not So Young
130041
Level 2 - NCFE Certificate in Counselling Fastrack
050012
Level 3 - NCFE Certificate in Counselling Fastrack
050017
Modern Greek Beginners
090135
Modern Greek Lower Intermediate
090140
Painting and Drawing For All Seasons
010029
Portuguese Beginners
090200
Practical Massage
040170
Russian Lower Intermediate
090222
Russian Upper Intermediate
090224
Sculpture
010180
Sketchbooks
010114
Spanish A2
090375
Spanish Beginners
090245
Spanish GCSE
090360
Spanish Lower Intermediate - Level 1
090295
Tarot Cards Beginners
040365
Tarot Cards Intermediate
040370
Watercolour Painting And Drawing
010130
Watercolour Workshops
010140
Write Away Further - Creative Writing
070155
Writing for Television
070120
Alterations
Alterations
Alterations
Drama
Dressmaking - Level 1
Dressmaking - Level 2
Egyptian Dance
Ex Tex - New Fabrics from Old
Family History Beginners
Feltmaking Techniques
Film/Digital Photography - Level 2
French - Beginners
French - Get Ready For Your Holiday
French Lower Intermediate 1
French Lower Intermediate 2
French Upper Intermediate 1
Further Family History
Genealogy on the Internet
German Beginners
Home Maintenance ‘handyperson required’
Introduction to EFT
Italian - Get Ready For Your Holiday
Italian Upper Intermediate
Level 3 NCFE Certificate in Counselling
Lipreading
Patchwork and Quilting Beginners and Improvers
Polish Beginners
Portuguese Beginners
Russian Beginners
Satyananda Yoga
Sculpture
Spanish Beginners
Spanish Lower Intermediate - Level 1
Spanish Lower Intermediate - Level 2
Spanish Upper Intermediate - Level 1
Spanish Upper Intermediate - Level 2
Turkish Beginners
Write Your Life
Young Artists/Old Masters
Course Code
010254
010256
010258
100060
010226
010226
100035
010380
070055
010405
010155
090030
090040
090045
090055
090060
070060
080120
090110
030020
040280
090170
090180
050015
130000
010339
090196
090205
090216
040135
010182
090255
090300
090325
090335
090345
090385
070210
010142
Friday
Aromatherapy and Relaxation Massage
Computing - Improvers 1
Family History - and Beyond
Flamenco Dance
Life Drawing and Painting
Pen and Wash
Portrait Drawing And Painting
Sculpture
Spanish Upper Intermediate - Level 1
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040195
080014
070065
100038
010015
010095
010110
010185
090330
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Saturdays at a Glance
27th September 2008
Course Code
Alexander Technique
Beauty - The 60s
Creative Machine Embroidery
DIY Beginners
Dressmaking (start of 10 workshop course)
Feature Writing
Felt - Making Pictures
French Advanced (start of 12 workshop course)
French Beginners (start of 12 workshop course)
German Circle Advanced (start of 12 workshop course)
Getting to Know Your Sewing Machine
Indian Head Massage
Italian Beginners (start of 12 workshop course)
Silverpoint - The Forgotten Art
Spanish Advanced (start of 12 workshop course)
Spanish Beginners (start of 12 workshop course)
Talk Show - Regency World of Jane Austen
Textiles Masterclass - On the Surface
Understanding the Camera Module 1
Writing for Profit and Pleasure
120506
121450
120215
121300
010228
121050
120341
090075
090034
090125
120169
120515
090155
120001
090350
090260
120840
120321
120055
121170
Dressmaking - Alterations
Dye Another Day
Felt - Making Bags
Healing Sounds of Mantra Chanting
Natural Practice Head Massage
Plumbing Improvers
Powerpoint for Presentations
Stained Glass Mosaics
Tarot
Understanding the Camera Module 3
Yoga Partnerwork
120780
120527
121345
120000
120316
121080
120174
120750
120028
120474
120141
120065
17th January 2009
11th October 2008
Astrology
Crystal Healing
DIY Tiling
Drawing Skills Techniques
Ex Tex - New Fabrics from Old
Feature Writing 2
Getting to Know Your Sewing Machine
Homeopathy
Pastel Portrait
Pregnancy Massage for Couples
Printed Textiles
Understanding the Camera Module 2
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Course Code
120191
120361
120341
120530
120464
121335
121195
120119
120790
120075
120454
6th December 2008
Beauty - Biba
DIY Beginners
Indian Head Massage
Printmaking Taster
Reflexology - Feet
Talk Show - A Sussex Christmas
Understanding the Camera Module 4
Yoga, Meditation and Thai Massage
DIY Beginners
Getting to Know Your Sewing Machine
Indian Head Massage
Machine Embroidery - Monet’s Garden
Spiritual Growth
Talk Show Victorian and Edwardian Theatre and Music Hall
Textiles Masterclass - Hot Textiles
Understanding the Camera Module 1
Writing for Pleasure and Profit
121460
121305
120520
120156
120655
120845
120085
120459
121310
120179
120489
120235
120540
120850
120325
120060
121175
31st January 2009
1st November 2008
Ayurvedic Facial Massage
Beautiful Boxes
Beauty - the 70s
Family History for Beginners
How to Write a Screenplay
Life Drawing
Machine Embroidered Christmas Cards
Mosaics
Plumbing Beginners
Sacred Journey of Chakra Awareness
Textiles Masterclass - Tyvek and Twinkle
Using Spreadsheets
Writing for Profit and Pleasure
Yoga and Meditation
15th November 2008
120484
120371
121455
120875
121095
120002
120230
120114
121325
120535
120322
121190
121172
120451
Altered Art
Auric Expansion
Back Massage
Beauty - the 80s
DIY Tiling
Ex Tex - New Fabrics from Old
How to Write a Screenplay
Machine Embroidered Book Covers
Needlefelt
Pastel Portrait
Talk Show A History of Fashion, Shopping and Clothing
Tarot
Textile Screenprinting
Textiles Masterclass - Transforming Transfers
Yoga and Meditation
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120039
120545
120469
121465
121350
120317
121155
120240
120356
120029
120855
120795
120151
120330
120452
Saturdays at a Glance
14th February 2009
Course Code
DIY Improvers
Feature Writing
Further Family History
Patchwork
Reflexology - Hand
Sculpture from Life
Talk Show The New Wave, Cinema in the 1950s and 60s
Understanding the Camera Module 2
Writing for Pleasure and Profit
Yoga for the Face
121320
121055
120880
120285
120660
120095
120860
120070
121178
120547
7th March 2009
Alexander Technique
Beauty - Fresh New You
Casting with Rubber Latex
Creative Machine Embroidery
Ear Candling
Feature Writing 2
Genealogy on the Internet (+ 28.3.09)
Homeopathy
Life Drawing
Plumbing Beginners
Printmaking Taster
Textiles Masterclass - Creating Original Designs
Understanding the Camera Module 3
120511
121470
120099
120220
120501
121085
120885
120755
120003
121330
120161
120335
120080
16th May 2009
Alexander Technique
Beauty - Make-up for those in their 40s
DIY Beginners
Dressmaking - Alterations
Feature Writing 2
Homeopathy
How to Write a Screenplay
Indian Head Massage
Reflexology - Energy Balance
Writing for Profit and Pleasure
120514
121480
121315
120207
121090
120760
121160
120525
120650
121180
Intensive Workshops and
Summer Schools at a Glance
16th February - 20th February 2009
French Beginners
Italian Beginners
Russian Beginners
Spanish Beginners
26th May - 29th May 2009
Spanish Beginners
28th March 2009
29th June - 3rd July 2009
Astrology
120785
Breathing and Relaxation
120550
Cutting Loose Patchwork
120290
Dressmaking - Alterations
120203
Massage for Back, Neck and Shoulders
120499
Plumbing Improvers
121340
Talk Show - Edwardian Art Nouveau
120865
Textiles Masterclass - Creating Original Printing Blocks 120336
Understanding the Camera Module 4
120090
Patchwork
Tantalising Transfers and Textures
6th July - 10th July 2009
Dressmaking
Dressmaking - Alterations
Personal and Spiritual Development
Short Stories
27th July - 31st July 2009
25th April 2009
Art Deco and Modernism
Beauty - Burlesque
Colour Therapy - Aura Soma
DIY Tiling
Ex Tex - New Fabrics from Old
Feature Writing
Felt - Making Pictures
Machine Embroidered Bags and Purses
Pregnancy Massage for Couples
Printed Textiles
Raw Edge Applique
Yoga, Meditation and Thai Massage
Course Code
120870
121475
120770
121355
120318
121060
120344
120244
120479
120146
120294
120461
Creative Machine Embroidery
27th & 30th July, 3rd & 6th August 2009
(4 days)
Re-write Right
3rd August - 7th August 2009
Costume Making
Ex Tex - New Fabrics from Old
Feltmaking
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Art Studies
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Whether you want to study during the day, evening or just on the
occasional Saturday you are sure to find a programme that suits
you from our huge offer of both accredited and leisure courses.
Options for accredited study are clearly marked against each
course but if you are still unsure then please contact our
enrolment staff for advice and help.
Accredited courses lead to NCFE Certification in Creative Craft.
There is no formal examination but students are required to keep
a portfolio and progress diary of their work throughout the duration
of the course. Certification is graded at Level 1 (Beginners), Level
2 (Intermediate) and Level 3 (Advanced). Your tutor will assess
which level to enter you at as you progress through your course.
Courses with codes A are 30 week leisure courses where fees can
be paid termly. (It may be possible to join the course in January or
April subject to space and topic.)
If you are interested in expanding your knowledge in a different
form of creativity, abstract art is now generally understood to mean
art that does not depict objects in the natural world, but instead
uses colour and form in a non-representational way. We will use
acrylic, watercolour, gouache and inks during the sessions and
there is also scope to utilise collage or different media to create
abstract images. Bring whatever paints you choose and some
paper or a sketchbook.
NCFE Course
15.09.08
Mon
1000-1200 Daniel Pryde-Jarman
CON
Fees: Cat A £180. Cat B £26. PLUS Assessment Fee £33
Leisure Course - Fees can be paid termly
010000A 30 weeks
15.09.08
Mon
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Explore and learn techniques for drawing, painting and mixing
media on an informative and inspiring course. Skills are taught
and developed in the use of pencil, paint, pastels, charcoal and
collage; you will also be learning about the work of other artists.
Producing work covering a range of subjects and working from
direct observation, you will also be creating exciting experimental
pieces and sketchbook studies throughout. Fee includes cost of
Life Model for 2 sessions each term.
NCFE Course
010005L
30 weeks
15.09.08
Mon
1900-2100 Clare Nias
CON
Fees: Cat A £190. Cat B £36. PLUS Assessment Fee £33
Leisure Course - Fees can be paid termly
010005A 30 weeks
15.09.08
Mon
1900-2100 Clare Nias
CON
Autumn Term Fees: Cat A £107. Cat B £65. Cat C £53. Cat D £84
Spring Term Fees: Cat A £99. Cat B £61. Cat C £50. Cat D £77
Summer Term Fees: Cat A £65. Cat B £43. Cat C £36. Cat D £53
1000-1200 Daniel Pryde-Jarman
CON
Open Enrolment/Advice Sessions
11.00am - 1.00pm
Saturday 6th September 2008
11.00am - 1.00pm
Drop-in Language Assessment Sessions
Tue
1000-1200 Keith Kennedy
CON
Drawing Skills - Techniques - Saturday
1 day
11.10.08
Sat
1000-1600 Marie Hillcoat
CON
£25
Drawing skills can be mastered and enjoyed with practice and
study. Learn and improve the skills of visual observation, shading,
proportion, ideas and planning. Many artists become better
painters once they have learnt to draw - see a difference. All levels
welcome. Bring with you A3 sketchbook, scissors, biro, kitchen
roll, pencils (HB-3B), rubber or materials available to buy from
tutor (£2-3) on the day.
Drawing - Silverpoint - The Forgotten Art - Saturday
120001
Saturday 28th June 2008
16.09.08
A structured and thorough art course that will develop skills and
offer creative approaches to Drawing and Painting. Learn to
observe, think visually and experiment. Enjoy capturing the look of
things and also explore ways to Abstraction. Suitable for students
who have attended an art class or wish to take an “art college”
approach to work. Fee includes cost of a model two sessions per
term.
Autumn Term Fees: Cat A £107. Cat B £65. Cat C £53. Cat D £84
Spring Term Fees: Cat A £99. Cat B £61. Cat C £50. Cat D £77
Summer Term Fees: Cat A £65. Cat B £43. Cat C£36. Cat D £53
120000
Autumn Term Fees: Cat A £96.Cat B £54.Cat C £42.Cat D £72
Spring Term Fees: Cat A £88. Cat B £50. Cat C £39. Cat D £66
Summer Term Fees: Cat A £56. Cat B £32. Cat C £25. Cat D £42
1 day
27.09.08
Sat
1000-1600 Marie Hillcoat
CON
£25
What did artists draw with before pencils? Silverpoint! Explore this
forgotten, exquisite drawing material used by the likes of Leonardo
da Vinci. Improve looking and recording skills by creating detailed,
careful drawings in silverpoint. All levels welcome willing to try
thoughtful but fun approaches. Materials available to buy from
tutor (approx £10) on the day.
Tuesday 2nd - Thursday 4th September 2008
10.00am - 2.00pm
At the Connaught Centre, Connaught Road, Hove
10
Day
Art Skills - NCFE and Leisure
010006A 30 weeks
Abstract Painting - NCFE and Leisure
30 weeks
Start
Date
Be Creative: Intermediate
Drawing and Painting
010000L
Course Duration
No
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Art Studies
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Life Drawing - Saturdays
120002
120003
1 day
1 day
01.11.08
07.03.09
1000-1600 Lucy Parker
1000-1600 Lucy Parker
CON
CON
£34
£34
Life Drawing and Painting - NCFE and Leisure
By using a variety of mediums we will explore new ways of seeing
and depicting the human form. This course will also cover
anatomy, proportion and portraiture. Suitable for beginners and
those with some experience. Fee includes charge for model. Lucy
Parker’s pictures can be seen on the website www.lbparker.com
NCFE Course
30 weeks
19.09.08
Fri
1300-1500 Lucy Parker
CON
Fees: Cat A £230. Cat B £76. PLUS Assessment Fee £33
Leisure Course - Fees can be paid termly
010015A 30 weeks
19.09.08
Fri
1300-1500 Lucy Parker
CON
Autumn Term Fees: Cat A £116. Cat B £72. Cat C £60. Cat D £90
Spring Term Fees: Cat A £106. Cat B £68. Cat C £57. Cat D £84
Summer Term Fees: Cat A £74. Cat B £50. Cat C £43. Cat D £60
Oil Painting From Life - NCFE and Leisure
This course will provide students with the chance to try out oil
painting from a life model. We will go through the different
techniques that oil painting offers, including alla prima, grisaille,
palette knife painting and glazing. Suitable for beginners and
those with some experience. Lucy Parker’s pictures can be seen at
www.lbparker.com. Fee includes charge for the models
NCFE Course
010019L
30 weeks
16.09.08
Tue
1900-2100 Lucy Parker
CON
Fees: Cat A £230. Cat B £76. PLUS Assessment Fee £33
Leisure Course - Fees can be paid termly
010019A 30 weeks
16.09.08
Start
Date
Day
15.09.08
Mon
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Painting in Oils
Sat
Sat
This workshop will cover contour and gesture drawing of the
human form using pencil and charcoal. Learn how to use tone to
model form. We will also cover proportion and anatomy. Please
bring along pencil, paper, charcoal and a putty rubber - some
materials can be supplied - the cost of the model is included. Lucy
Parker’s website is: www.lbparker.com
010015L
Course Duration
No
Tue
1900-2100 Lucy Parker
CON
Autumn Term Fees: Cat A £116. Cat B £72. Cat C £60. Cat D £90
Spring Term Fees: Cat A £106. Cat B £68. Cat C £57. Cat D £84
Summer Term Fees: Cat A £74. Cat B £50. Cat C £43. Cat D £60
010024A 30 weeks
1000-1200 Jane Weaver
CON
If you have never painted in oils before, come and learn how. The
course will include demonstrations of basic techniques,
preparation of grounds and choosing pigments etc. Subjects
explored will be; still-life, portraiture, figure and landscape.
Demonstrations and discussion of materials and equipment at the
first session. Also suitable for those wishing to refresh and extend
existing skills. Fee includes charge for model for 2 sessions per
term.
Autumn Term Fees: Cat A £107. Cat B £65. Cat C £53. Cat D 84
Spring Term Fees: Cat A £99. Cat B £61. Cat C £50. Cat D £77
Summer Term Fees: Cat A £65. Cat B £43. Cat C £36. Cat D £53
Painting and Drawing For All Seasons
010029A 30 weeks
17.09.08
Wed
1400-1600 Keith Kennedy
CON
Seasonal subjects are the basis of this class especially landscape
and flowers, etc. All are welcome, as a thorough course is offered
to beginners, and more challenging projects are suggested to
returners so there is opportunity for individual progress. Students
may bring in any drawing and painting materials they already have,
and they will be given help to choose and use them. This course
can be extended into the summer term and will include
landscapes and flowers, plus marine subjects, shells and
seascapes.
Autumn Term Fees: Cat A £98. Cat B £56. Cat C £44. Cat D £74
Spring Term Fees: Cat A £90. Cat B £52. Cat C £41. Cat D £68
Summer Term Fees: Cat A £58. Cat B £34. Cat C £27. Cat D £44
Painting And Drawing For All
010034A 30 weeks
18.09.08
Thu
1000-1200 Jane Weaver
CON
Painting and drawing for pleasure, using media preferred by
students, e.g. oil, gouache, pastels and watercolour. Course for
beginners in still-life, landscape and figure drawing. The teaching
approach will involve both demonstrations and individual help and
support. Fee includes charge for model.
Autumn Term Fees: Cat A £107. Cat B £65. Cat C £53. Cat D £84
Spring Term Fees: Cat A £99. Cat B £61. Cat C £50. Cat D £77
Summer Term Fees: Cat A £65. Cat B £43. Cat C £36. Cat D £53
Centres, Venues and Codes
City College Brighton and Hove, Pelham Street, Brighton
City College Brighton and Hove, Connaught Centre, Connaught Road, Hove
City College Brighton and Hove, Wilson Avenue, Brighton
To be announced
PEL
CON
WIL
TBA
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Art Studies
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
19.09.08
Fri
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Pen and Wash
010095A 30 weeks
CON
Pastel Portrait - Saturdays
1 day
1 day
11.10.08
31.01.09
Sat
Sat
1000-1600 Lucy Parker
1000-1600 Lucy Parker
CON
CON
£34
£34
Learn how to draw a pastel portrait. We will cover proportion of the
face and how to use pastels effectively by layering up colour.
Please bring any pastels you have and some coloured drawing
paper. Some materials can be supplied. The cost of the model is
included. Lucy Parker’s website is: www.lbparker.com
Portrait Drawing And Painting - NCFE and Leisure
Mastering the portrait through exploring different media. Starting
with drawing and then experimenting with colour and painting. We
will relate the portrait to the whole figure and discover the portrait
in all its different forms. Suitable for beginners and those with
some experience. Lucy Parker’s pictures can be seen as
www.lbparker.com Fee includes charge for the model.
NCFE Course
010110L
30 weeks
19.09.08
Fri
1000-1200 Lucy Parker
CON
Fees: Cat A £230. Cat B £76. PLUS Assessment Fee £33
Leisure Course - Fees can be paid termly
010110A 30 weeks
Start
Date
19.09.08
Fri
1000-1200 Lucy Parker
CON
Autumn Term Fees: Cat A £116. Cat B £72. Cat C £60. Cat D £90
Spring Term Fees: Cat A £106. Cat B £68. Cat C £57. Cat D £84
Summer Term Fees: Cat A £74. Cat B £50. Cat C £43. Cat D £60
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Explore creative and imaginative ways of recording the world
around you with drawing, images and text. You will be introduced
to fresh ideas and themes and using hands-on techniques,
experimenting with a variety of media and materials in new and
inspiring ways. You will also be shown the work of other artists’
sketchbooks. This informal approach to producing exciting visual
imagery is suitable for artists and non-artists.
NCFE Course
010114L
30 weeks
17.09.08
Wed
1900-2100 Clare Nias
CON
Fees: Cat A £180. Cat B £26. PLUS Assessment Fee £33
Leisure Course - Fees can be paid termly
010114L
30 weeks
17.09.08
Wed
1900-2100 Clare Nias
CON
Autumn Term Fees: Cat A £98. Cat B £56. Cat C £44. Cat D £74
Spring Term Fees: Cat A £90. Cat B £52. Cat C £41. Cat D £68
Summer Term Fees: Cat A £58. Cat B £34. Cat C £27. Cat D £44
Watercolour Painting
010120A 30 weeks
15.09.08
Mon
1000-1200 Keith Kennedy
CON
A practical course for those with a particular interest in studying
all aspects of watercolour application. All are welcome, as a
thorough course is offered to beginners and more challenging
projects are suggested to returners so there is opportunity for
individual progress. Please bring any materials you already have suitable materials will be discussed. Watercolour paper will be
available to buy.
Autumn Term Fees: Cat A £98. Cat B £56. Cat C £44. Cat D £74
Spring Term Fees: Cat A £90. Cat B £52. Cat C £41. Cat D £68
Summer Term Fees: Cat A £58. Cat B £34. Cat C £27. Cat D £44
Watercolour Painting And Drawing - NCFE and Leisure
Paint in watercolours using the traditional method of transparent
washes. You can produce fresh spontaneous paintings on holiday
and at home which will satisfy your creative needs. Develop
different techniques, wet on wet, pen and wash, dry brush work
and masking-out. Paints, paper, brushes will be discussed in the
class. For the first evening just bring paper and pencil and any
watercolour paints you already have.
NCFE Course
010130L
30 weeks
17.09.08
Wed
1900-2100 Debbie Hovell
CON
Fee Categories
Fees: Cat A £180. Cat B £26. PLUS Assessment Fee £33
Leisure Course - Fees can be paid termly
Category A
Full fee (the fee you will pay if you do not meet
any of the criteria in the following categories).
010130A 30 weeks
Category B
You are in receipt of a means tested benefit.
Category C
You are in receipt of a means tested benefit and
you have not yet achieved a full Level 2
qualification* and above.
Category D
You have not yet achieved a full Level 2
qualification* and above.
17.09.08
Wed
1900-2100 Debbie Hovell
CON
Autumn Term Fees: Cat A £98. Cat B £56. Cat C £44. Cat D £74
Spring Term Fees: Cat A £90. Cat B £52. Cat C £41. Cat D £68
Summer Term Fees: Cat A £58. Cat B £34. Cat C £27. Cat D £44
* see page 4 for Level 2 qualification details.
12
Day
Sketchbooks - NCFE and Leisure
1000-1200 Keith Kennedy
Explore the full extent of Line and Wash in both Drawing and
Painting, from pure lines alone to loose Watercolour with some line
added. Still life set-ups and photographic reference will support
these studies. Enjoy many styles of work from capturing the look
of things realistically through to abstractly experimenting. Also
learn from varied Artists how they used the media, try to emulate
these styles. The course is suitable for beginners and for those
with some experience. Materials list given at first class. Range of
materials available to try.
Autumn Term Fees: Cat A £98. Cat B £56. Cat C £44. Cat D £74
Spring Term Fees: Cat A £90. Cat B £52. Cat C £41. Cat D £68
Summer Term Fees: Cat A £58. Cat B £34. Cat C £27. Cat D £44
120028
120029
Course Duration
No
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Art Studies
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Watercolour Workshops
010140A 30 weeks
17.09.08
1000-1200 Jane Weaver
CON
Altered Art
10 weeks
17.09.08
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Wed
Altered Art - Saturday
Twentieth Century British Sculpture
31.01.09
Sat
1000-1600 Alix Mercer-Rees CON
£25
Come and play with papers, fabric, paint and print to make some
Artist Trading Cards to keep, give as a gift or swap with your
friends. Some materials will be provided at a cost of £3 payable
on the day to the tutor. Students are encouraged to bring some
materials of interest.
Art Appreciation/History
010144
010146
25.09.08
Thu
15.09.08
Mon
18.30-20.30 Daniel Pryde-Jarman CON
1 week
13.10.08
Mon
18.30-20.30 Daniel Pryde-Jarman CON
By examining changes and developments in Britain during one of
the most dynamic periods in the history of sculpture, this course
aims to explore the processes of the craft and the works
themselves.
Fees : £10
010147
08 weeks
1 week
Many people feel that Modern Art, from 1900 to the present day,
is more difficult to understand than art of the past. By looking at
and discussing a wide range of works, this course will look at ways
to understand and appreciate Modern Art and how to discover
continuity between the art of earlier periods and the present.
Fees : £10
Understanding Tate Modern
Young Artists/Old Masters
010142
Fee
1900-2100 Alix Mercer-Rees CON
Learning to Look at Modern Art
1 day
Venue
Focusing on many fascinating and often very beautiful images and
objects, students examine some of the most important ideas and
events in the Modernist period. We will look at the Arts and Crafts
movement, reactions against modern life in ‘primitivism’ and Dada
and explore the unconscious in Symbolist Klimt and Surrealists
such as Dali and Magritte. We will also use Tate Modern
contemporary art as an example to explore the art of the 70s, 80s
and 90s in Europe and the United States, looking at the
relationship between popular media, commodity culture and art
forms in the late twentieth century. Student involvement in
discussion about works of art is encouraged.
This 10 week course will look at altering books with art work,
creating scrapbooks, making cards and Artist Trading Cards from
found materials and mixed media, including paper, paint and
fabrics. Nothing will get wasted! A great course for magpies and
collectors alike. Start collecting now and be prepared to have fun.
Students will be expected to bring some materials with them and
may want to purchase items during the course.
Fees: Cat A £82. Cat B £47. Cat C £37. Cat D £62
120039
Tutor
Understanding Modern Art Workshops
Wed
A practical course for those with some experience, and a particular
interest in the application of watercolour. Students will be
encouraged to practise and expand the techniques most suited to
their own style of watercolour painting. Please bring watercolour
materials to the first session.
Autumn Term Fees: Cat A £98. Cat B £56. Cat C £44. Cat D £74
Spring Term Fees: Cat A £90. Cat B £52. Cat C £41. Cat D £68
Summer Term Fees: Cat A £58. Cat B £34. Cat C £27. Cat D £44
010145
Course Duration
No
1030-1230 Suzanne Rowland CON
Interested in art but confused or intrigued by present day artists
and their work? An 8 week, informal history of art course
comparing and contrasting work by contemporary artists with work
by Old Masters. Each session has a different theme such as
landscape, women in art, science and invention. Come and have
your preconceptions challenged!
Fees: £66
1 week
10.11.08
Mon
18.30-20.30 Daniel Pryde-Jarman CON
London’s Tate gallery of modern art at Bankside achieved an
unimagined level of success in its first year. The building has been
hailed as an architectural triumph and within its walls modern art
remains as controversial and compelling as ever. This talk will look
in detail at some of the most celebrated examples of 20th Century
art from what is now the world’s most famous and visited gallery
of modern art.
Fees : £10
Artists Using Photography
010148
1 week
12.01.09
Mon
18.30-20.30 Daniel Pryde-Jarman CON
This course will look at the work of many artists who have used
photography as a medium from the 1960s to the present day and
how they have changed the role of the artist, image and spectator.
Fees : £10
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Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Photography
120055
120060
The essential course for the film/digital SLR camera owner. A
comprehensive step by step guide to understanding and handling
the camera. The effective use of lenses of varying focal length.
Understanding composition and the creative use of filters to make
powerful pictures. Using flash to improve a subject. Lighting
demonstrations for portraiture and still-life. Throughout the course
the different aspects of film/digital will be fully covered. Group
discussions/photo exercises/projects are an essential part of the
course which covers 3 terms.
NCFE Course
30 weeks
16.09.08
Tue
1900-2100 Derek Long
16.09.08
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Tue
1900-2100 Derek Long
1 day
1 day
27.09.08
17.01.09
Sat
Sat
1000-1600 Derek Long
1000-1600 Derek Long
CON
CON
£25
£25
Course for all film/digital SLR camera owners in 4 parts. A step by
step guide to understanding the components of the camera system
and their relevant function. Handling the camera and using it to
produce creative pictures. Please bring your camera for group
exercises.
Understanding The Camera - Module 2 - Saturdays
120065
120070
1 day
1 day
11.10.08
14.02.09
Sat
Sat
1000-1600 Derek Long
1000-1600 Derek Long
CON
CON
£25
£25
Selecting the right lens - using selective focus for effect - panning
techniques. A detailed guide to the camera exposure system, its
application and method. Group exercises.
CON
Fees: Cat A £180. Cat B £26. PLUS Assessment Fee £33
Leisure Course - Fees can be paid termly
010150A 30 weeks
Start
Date
Understanding The Camera - Module 1 - Saturdays
Improve Your Film/Digital Photography - Level 1 NCFE and Leisure
010150L
Course Duration
No
CON
Autumn Term Fees: Cat A £98. Cat B £56. Cat C £44. Cat D £74
Spring Term Fees: Cat A £90. Cat B £52. Cat C £41. Cat D £68
Summer Term Fees: Cat A £58. Cat B £34. Cat C £27. Cat D £44
Understanding The Camera - Module 3 - Saturdays
120075
120080
1 day
1 day
15.11.08
07.03.09
Sat
Sat
1000-1600 Derek Long
1000-1600 Derek Long
CON
CON
£25
£25
Selecting the right film - understanding ISO settings and white
balance. Using filters for correction and creative means.
Understanding light - how light/shadow can be used creatively.
Group exercises.
Film/Digital Photography - Level 2 - NCFE and Leisure
This course builds on the knowledge and experience gained in
Level 1. The main aim is to build confidence and develop an
individual approach to a subject by a series of practical
workshops. The subjects include portraiture, close-up, movement,
advertising etc. A photo-essay will form a major part of the course.
A key element is group discussion, analysing leading
photographers work. The course covers 3 terms. Please note there
are no permanent darkroom facilities, any inclusion on the courses
are on a temporary basis. Information sheets on the photography
courses are available.
NCFE Course
010155L
30 weeks
18.09.08
Thu
1900-2100 Derek Long
Understanding The Camera - Module IV - Saturdays
120085
120090
1 day
1 day
06.12.08
28.03.09
Sat
Sat
1000-1600 Derek Long
1000-1600 Derek Long
CON
CON
£25
£25
Composition - the importance of understanding the placement of
a subject within the frame. Colour - effective use of colour. Flash
techniques - Explanation of methods. Group exercises
CON
Fees: Cat A £180. Cat B £26. PLUS Assessment Fee £33
Leisure Course - Fees can be paid termly
010155A 30 weeks
18.09.08
Thu
1900-2100 Derek Long
CON
Autumn Term Fees: Cat A £98. Cat B £56. Cat C £44. Cat D £74
Spring Term Fees: Cat A £90. Cat B £52. Cat C £41. Cat D £68
Summer Term Fees: Cat A £58. Cat B £34. Cat C £27. Cat D £44
Fee Categories
Category A
Full fee (the fee you will pay if you do not meet
any of the criteria in the following categories).
Category B
You are in receipt of a means tested benefit.
Category C
You are in receipt of a means tested benefit and
you have not yet achieved a full Level 2
qualification* and above.
Category D
You have not yet achieved a full Level 2
qualification* and above.
* see page 4 for Level 2 qualification details.
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Art Studies
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Course Duration
No
Sculpture - NCFE and Leisure
Pottery
An opportunity to learn many sculpture techniques and processes
using a variety of materials developing your own ideas or working
from a model. Try clay modelling, casting, making simple rubber
moulds, wax modelling, construction, papier-mâché plus armature
and direct building. For all abilities. Wear old clothes or shirt.
Bring a wooden board approximately 1” x 12” x 12” and a dustbin
bag. Fee includes charge for model for 2 sessions each term.
NCFE Courses
010191
010192
010175L
010180L
010182L
010185L
30
24
30
24
weeks
weeks
weeks
weeks
16.09.08
17.09.08
18.09.08
19.09.08
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
1900-2100
1000-1230
1900-2100
1000-1230
Teresa Martin
CON
Teresa Martin
CON
Daniel Pryde-Jarman CON
Teresa Martin
CON
Fees: Cat A £190. Cat B £36. PLUS Assessment Fee £33
Leisure Courses - Fees can be paid termly
010175A 30 weeks
010182A 30 weeks
16.09.08
18.09.08
Tue
Thu
17.09.08
19.09.08
Wed
Fri
1000-1230 Teresa Martin
1000-1230 Teresa Martin
CON
CON
Sculpture From Life - Saturday
1 day
14.02.09
Sat
1000-1600 Teresa Martin
CON
£34
Enjoy a day modelling in clay from a life model. Beginners or
experienced sculptors welcome. Bring a wooden board
approximately 12” x 12” x 1”. Clay used can be purchased for
approx £3 if desired.
Casting With Latex Rubber - Saturdays
120099
1 day
07.03.09
Sat
1000-1600 Teresa Martin
CON
16.09.08
13.01.09
Tue
Tue
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
1800-2030 Amanda King
1800-2030 Amanda King
Fee
PEL
PEL
Students will explore hand building techniques such as pinch
pots, coiling and slab building as well as decorative techniques
using slips and glazes. This class enables students of all abilities
to realise their potential working with pottery forms and processes.
Technical demonstrations and guidance from the tutor will allow
students to develop their individual talents. Basic materials and
tools supplied. No experience necessary.
Fees: Cat A £102. Cat B £58. Cat C £46. Cat D £77 PLUS £15
Materials
010205
Autumn Term Fees: Cat A £111. Cat B £68. Cat C £54. Cat D £80
Spring Term Fees: Cat A £101. Cat B £62. Cat C £51. Cat D £74
Summer Term Fees: Cat A £61. Cat B £40. Cat C £33. Cat D £46
120095
Day
Creative Stained Glass
1900-2100 Teresa Martin
CON
1900-2100 Daniel Pryde Jarman CON
Autumn Term Fees: Cat A £107. Cat B £65. Cat C £53. Cat D £84
Spring Term Fees: Cat A £99. Cat B £61. Cat C £50. Cat D £77
Summer Term Fees: Cat A £65. Cat B £43. Cat C £36. Cat D £53
Leisure Courses - Fees can be paid termly
010180A 24 weeks
010185A 24 weeks
10 weeks
10 weeks
Start
Date
£25
This workshop shows you the technique of casting with latex and
other creative uses of this material, plus an instructive comparison
of using silicon rubber moulds. You are welcome to consult with
the tutor as to the suitability of the piece you wish to cast. Bring
a soft 1/2” paintbrush, a jar with a lid and a board on which to sit
the work. Cost of materials is approximately £3, payable on the
day. Limited number of spaces, enrolment beforehand essential.
20 weeks
15.09.08
Mon
1900-2100 Alix Mercer-Rees CON
This practical course will take you through the basic steps to make
a stained glass window; designing a pattern, cutting glass,
leading, soldering, cementing and copperfoil. The course will
include painting on glass. Would all students please bring £2 with
them on the first night to purchase a Shaws glass cutter. Safety
glasses should be worn and can be supplied at extra cost.
Fees: Cat A £162. Cat B £92. Cat C £72. Cat D £122
Mosaics - Saturday
120114
1 day
01.11.08
Sat
1000-1600 Federika Glavich
CON
£25
Mosaics have enhanced many periods of history. During the day
you will make a small mosaic to learn the techniques which will
enable you to make bigger and more ambitious projects at home.
Materials will be approx £9.50 payable on the day.
Stained Glass Mosaics - Saturday
120119
1 day
15.11.08
Sat
1000-1600 Federika Glavich
CON
£25
This Saturday course will enable you to assemble a small stained
glass panel using the mosaic style. The process involves choosing
a design and translating it to a clear glass panel using small pieces
of glass, gluing them, grouting and finishing. This technique is
becoming more popular as it’s cheap, easy and fun to do! The cost
of materials (including the coloured glass) will be approx £9
payable on the day.
Centres, Venues and Codes
City College Brighton and Hove, Pelham Street, Brighton
City College Brighton and Hove, Connaught Centre, Connaught Road, Hove
City College Brighton and Hove, Wilson Avenue, Brighton
To be announced
PEL
CON
WIL
TBA
At first class report to reception area for confirmation of room numbers on each site
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Art Studies
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Printing
12 weeks
10 weeks
06 weeks
120141
120146
16.09.08
20.01.09
28.04.09
Tue
Tue
Tue
1900-2100 Cath Bristow
1900-2100 Cath Bristow
1900-2100 Cath Bristow
CON
CON
CON
An exciting course offering a range of traditional and experimental
printmaking processes including press print, monoprint, lino
collograph and drypoint. Experiment with free ways of working
through monoprint. Design and create a monochrome linocut, then
move on to produce a reduction print using several colours.
Construct a collograph plate using found objects to produce
surprising experimental and textural prints. Learn how to design
images for print, mix and extend inks; use a variety of printing
papers; print using a press and hand burnishing techniques; proof
and run an edition. Please bring an apron. There will be a
materials charge of £2 per week payable to tutor. Suitable for
beginners and experienced students.
Autumn Term Fees: Cat A £98. Cat B £56. Cat C £44. Cat D £74
Spring Term Fees: Cat A £82. Cat B £47. Cat C £37. Cat D £62
Summer Term Fees: Cat A £50. Cat B £29. Cat C £23. Cat D £38
Printed Textiles
010216
010217
010218
10 weeks
10 weeks
06 weeks
Start
Date
30.09.08
20.01.09
28.04.09
Tue
Tue
Tue
1000-1200 Cath Bristow
1000-1200 Cath Bristow
1000-1200 Cath Bristow
CON
CON
CON
An enjoyable course which will provide an excellent broad skills
base in variety of textile printing techniques. Learn how to design
and make printing blocks using press print, lino and collage
materials. Experiment with screenprinting using paper shapes,
paper stencils and found objects. Explore different methods of
applying vibrant colour to cloth through monoprint, handpainting
and colour washes. Try combining different techniques together to
produce interesting results. By the end of the course you will have
produced a range of samples and a collection of your own unique
washable fabrics. Please bring an apron. There will be a materials
charge of £2 per week to tutor. Suitable for beginners and
experienced students.
Autumn Term Fees: Cat A £82. Cat B £47. Cat C £37. Cat D £62
Spring Term Fees: Cat A £82. Cat B £47. Cat C £37. Cat D £62
Summer Term Fees: Cat A £50. Cat B £29. Cat C £23. Cat D £38
1 day
1 day
11.10.08
25.04.09
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
City College Brighton and Hove, Pelham Street, Brighton
City College Brighton and Hove, Connaught Centre, Connaught Road, Hove
City College Brighton and Hove, Wilson Avenue, Brighton
To be announced
Sat
Sat
1000-1600 Cath Bristow
1000-1600 Cath Bristow
CON
CON
£25
£25
Come along and try out a variety of textile printing techniques
including blockprint, monoprint and screenprint. Learn how to
design and make a printing block. Create paper stencils for
screenprinting. Explore monoprint using vibrant colour and mark
making. Try combining techniques together to produce interesting
results. By the end of the day you will have produced a range of
printed samples and a finished piece of work. All fabrics will be
fully washable. Please bring an apron. There will be a materials
charge of £4 payable on day to tutor. Suitable for beginners and
experienced students.
Textile Screenprinting Workshop - Saturday
120151
1 day
31.01.09
Sat
1000-1600 Cath Bristow
CON
£25
An introduction to screenprinting on fabric using paper stencils,
found objects and monoprint techniques. Learn how to design and
create paper stencils. Experiment with found objects e.g. leaves,
feathers, lace and string. Explore the vibrant world of colour using
monoprint, colour blend and colour washes. Try combining
techniques together to produce layered colours and pattern. By the
end of the day you will have produced a range of screenprinted
samples and a finished piece of work. All fabrics will be fully
washable. Please bring an apron. There will be a materials charge
of £4 payable on day to tutor. Suitable for beginners and
experienced students.
Printmaking Taster - Saturdays
120156
120161
1 day
1 day
06.12.08
08.05.09
Sat
Sat
1000-1600 Cath Bristow
1000-1600 Cath Bristow
CON
CON
£25
£25
An enjoyable day which will introduce several traditional and
experimental printmaking techniques including lino, pressprint,
monoprint and drypoint. Experiment with colour and a range of
papers. Print using a press and hand burnishing techniques. Learn
how to proof and edition a print. By the end of the day you will
have produced a range of prints as well as a small edition or set of
handmade cards. Please bring an apron. There will be a materials
charge of £5 payable on day to tutor. Suitable for beginners and
experienced students.
Centres, Venues and Codes
PEL
CON
WIL
TBA
At first class report to reception area for confirmation of room numbers on each site
16
Day
Printed Textiles Workshop - Saturdays
Printmaking For All
010209
010211
010212
Course Duration
No
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Art Studies
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Fashion and Textile Design
Learn how to make your own clothes using a commercial pattern.
Students will work towards making a simple garment each term
starting with a skirt. The tutor will advise on suitable patterns and
fabrics in the first session. Students will have the opportunity to
try out dressmaking techniques and record these in a sketchbook
along with notes and pictures to show the development of each
garment. The course is suitable for beginner students who have
not sewn before. Students who have not used a sewing machine
before are recommended to join the one-day Saturday workshop
‘Getting to Know Your Sewing Machine’. (Using either their own
sewing machine or if you wish to use a College sewing machine let
us know when you book your place as numbers are limited.)
The Saturday course will run on: 27 Sept, 11 Oct, 1 Nov, 15 Nov, 6 Dec 2008,
17 Jan, 31 Jan, 14 Feb, 7 Mar + 28 Mar 2009 from 1000 -1600.
NCFE Course
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Sat
1900-2100
1000-1200
1900-2100
1900-2100
1000-1600
Suzanne Rowland
Sara Cook
TBA
Judith Watts
Suzanne Rowland
CON
CON
CON
CON
CON
Fees: Cat A £180. Cat B £26. PLUS Assessment Fee £33
Leisure Courses - Fees can be paid termly
010220A
010222A
010224A
010226A
010228A
30 weeks
30 weeks
30 weeks
30 weeks
10 Saturdays
15.09.08
16.09.08
17.09.08
18.09.08
27.09.08
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Sat
1900-2100
1000-1200
1900-2100
1900-2100
1000-1600
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Dressmaking Level 2 - NCFE and Leisure + Saturdays
Dressmaking Level 1 - NCFE and Leisure + Saturdays
010220L 30 weeks 15.09.08
010222L 30 weeks 16.09.08
010224L 30 weeks 17.09.08
010226L 30 weeks 18.09.08
010228L 10 Saturdays 27.09.08
Course Duration
No
Suzanne Rowland
Sara Cook
TBA
Judith Watts
Suzanne Rowland
CON
CON
CON
CON
CON
Autumn Term Fees: Cat A £98. Cat B £56. Cat C £44. Cat D £74
Spring Term Fees: Cat A £90. Cat B £52. Cat C £41. Cat D £68
Summer Term Fees: Cat A £58. Cat B £34. Cat C £27. Cat D £44
10 Sat Fees: Cat A £246. Cat B £142. Cat C £112. Cat D £186
This course is suitable for students who have completed the Level
1 dressmaking course or who have sewn at home using
commercial patterns. Students can try out more challenging
patterns and fabrics while improving their dressmaking
knowledge. Students will have the opportunity to record these in a
sketchbook along with notes and pictures to show the
development of each garment. If you wish to use a College sewing
machine let us know when you book your place as numbers are
limited.
NCFE Course
010220L
010230L
010232L
010224L
010226L
30
30
30
30
30
weeks
weeks
weeks
weeks
weeks
15.09.08
16.09.08
16.09.08
17.09.08
18.09.08
Mon
Tue
Tue
Wed
Thu
1900-2100
1300-1500
1900-2100
1900-2100
1900-2100
Suzanne Rowland
Sara Cook
Wendy Ward
TBA
Judith Watts
CON
CON
CON
CON
CON
Fees: Cat A £180. Cat B £26. PLUS Assessment Fee £33
Leisure Courses - Fees can be paid termly
010220A
010230A
010232A
010224A
010226A
30
30
30
30
30
weeks
weeks
weeks
weeks
weeks
15.09.08
16.09.08
16.09.08
17.09.08
18.09.08
Mon
Tue
Tue
Wed
Thu
1900-2100
1300-1500
1900-2100
1900-2100
1900-2100
Suzanne Rowland
Sara Cook
Wendy Ward
TBA
Judith Watts
CON
CON
CON
CON
CON
Autumn Term Fees: Cat A £98. Cat B £56. Cat C £44. Cat D £74
Spring Term Fees: Cat A £90. Cat B £52. Cat C £41. Cat D £68
Summer Term Fees: Cat A £58. Cat B £34. Cat C £27. Cat D £44
Dressmaking Level 3 - NCFE and Leisure
This course is suitable for students who have completed the level
2 dressmaking course or who want to extend their dressmaking
knowledge for the next step. Students will have the opportunity to
try out more challenging garments such as jackets and coats.
Students will have the opportunity to use a sketchbook to record
their notes and pictures to show the development of each garment.
If you wish to use a College sewing machine let us know when you
book your place as numbers are limited.
NCFE Courses
010230L
010232L
30 weeks
30 weeks
16.09.08
16.09.08
Tue
Tue
1300-1500 Sara Cook
1900-2100 Wendy Ward
CON
CON
Fees: Cat A £180. Cat B £26. PLUS Assessment Fee £33
Leisure Course - Fees can be paid termly
010230A 30 weeks
010232A 30 weeks
Fee Categories
Category A
Full fee (the fee you will pay if you do not meet
any of the criteria in the following categories).
Category B
You are in receipt of a means tested benefit.
Category C
You are in receipt of a means tested benefit and
you have not yet achieved a full Level 2
qualification* and above.
Category D
You have not yet achieved a full Level 2
qualification* and above.
16.09.08
16.09.08
Tue
Tue
1300-1500 Sara Cook
1900-2100 Wendy Ward
CON
CON
Autumn Term Fees: Cat A £98. Cat B £56. Cat C £44. Cat D £74
Spring Term Fees: Cat A £90. Cat B £52. Cat C £41. Cat D £68
Summer Term Fees: Cat A £58. Cat B £34. Cat C £27. Cat D £44
* see page 4 for Level 2 qualification details.
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Art Studies
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Dressmaking - Summer School
010249
5 days
06.07.09
Daily
CON
Costume Making - Summer School
5 days
03.08.09
Daily
1000-1600 Suzanne Rowland CON
Have fun learning sewing skills and professional tips from an
experienced costume maker in a friendly, creative atmosphere.
Create a costume in a week using a commercial pattern, anything
from a childs fancy dress costume to something more adventurous
for the stage! Suitable for beginners and improvers. A materials
list will be sent out before the course.
Fees: Cat A £102. Cat B £59. Cat C £46. Cat D £71
Getting To Know Your Sewing Machine - Saturdays
120169
120174
120179
1 day
1 day
1 day
27.09.08
11.10.08
17.01.09
Sat
Sat
Sat
1000-1600 Sara Cook
1000-1600 Sara Cook
1000-1600 Sara Cook
CON
CON
CON
£25
£25
£25
Learn how to find your way round a sewing machine and gain
confidence using the various stitches as well as how to clean and
maintain it. Information sheets will be provided. Learners are
recommended to bring the machine manual with them. Bring
along scraps of cotton or calico fabric, sewing threads and a basic
sewing kit. Unfortunately the course is not suitable for
computerised sewing machines. Those students attending the
Beginners Dressmaking classes are recommended to join this
workshop using either their own sewing machine or a College
sewing machine. If you wish to use a College sewing machine let us
know when you book your place as numbers are limited.
Alterations
010254
010256
010258
10 weeks
10 weeks
10 weeks
18.09.08
22.01.09
23.04.09
Thu
Thu
Thu
0930-1130 Wendy Ward
0930-1130 Wendy Ward
0930-1130 Wendy Ward
CON
CON
CON
Make do and mend, chop it up and customise. Starting with
shortening and hemming garments we’ll move onto making, taking
out sleeves, taking in garments and making openings. By the end
of the course you’ll be making new garments from old e.g. skirts
from dresses, skirts from jeans.You will get more out of this course
if you already know how to use a sewing machine. If you wish to use
a College sewing machine let us know when you book your place as
numbers are limited.
Fees: Cat A £82. Cat B £47. Cat C £37. Cat D £62
18
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Alterations - Saturdays
1000-1600 Sara Cook
This is an opportunity to work for 5 days continuously in an
equipped workroom in a relaxed atmosphere to produce a finished
garment. Using a commercial pattern of your choice, you will work
towards completing a simple to medium level of difficulty garment
in a week. The tutor will guide you through making the pattern fit
to your figure, deciphering the pattern instructions and
demonstrating different garment construction techniques as well
as giving individual guidance to students. This course is for
beginner and improver students. Materials list will be sent out. If
you wish to use a College sewing machine let us know when you book
your place as numbers are limited.
Fees: Cat A £102. Cat B £59. Cat C £46. Cat D £71
010252
Course Duration
No
120191
120203
120207
1 day
1 day
1 day
15.11.08
28.03.09
16.05.09
1000-1600
1000-1600
1000-1600
Wendy Ward
Wendy Ward
Wendy Ward
CON
CON
CON
£25
£25
£25
Make do and mend, chop it up and customise. Starting with
shortening and hemming garments we’ll move onto making, taking
out sleeves, taking in garments and making openings. By the end
of the course you’ll be making new garments from old e.g. skirts
from dresses, skirts from jeans. You will get more out of this
course if you already know how to use a sewing machine. If you
wish to use a College sewing machine let us know when you book your
place as numbers are limited.
Alterations - Summer School
010266
5 days
06.07.09
1000-1600
Wendy Ward
CON
Make do and mend chop it up and customise. Starting with
shortening and hemming garments we’ll move onto making, taking
out sleeves, taking in garments and making openings. By the end
of the course you’ll be making new garments from old e.g. skirts
from dresses, skirts from jeans. You will get more out of this
course if you already know how to use a sewing machine. If you
wish to use a College sewing machine let us know when you book your
place as numbers are limited.
Fees: Cat A £102. Cat B £59. Cat C £46. Cat D £71
Pattern Cutting - Beginners and Improvers NCFE and Leisure
A course suitable for students who have some knowledge of
dressmaking and would like to progress a little further. On the
course you will have an introduction to pattern cutting enabling
you to learn how to make a basic pattern to your own personal
measurements. As the course progresses you will learn how to
make patterns from your own simple designs. The course will
proceed at each individual student’s pace. Do not worry if you have
no experience of pattern cutting but a little experience in
dressmaking is advisable. An equipment list is available on
request. Pattern paper can be bought from Tutor. Course total 15
weeks
NCFE Course
010275L
15 weeks
12.01.09
Mon
1000-1400 Patricia Neve
CON
Fees: Cat A £180. Cat B £26. PLUS Assessment Fee £33
Leisure Courses - Fees can be paid termly
010275B 15 weeks
12.01.09
Mon
1000-1400 Patricia Neve
CON
Spring Term Fees: Cat A £162. Cat B £92. Cat C £72. Cat D £122
Summer Term Fees: Cat A £82. Cat B £47. Cat C £37. Cat D £62
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Art Studies
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Recycled Fashion (and Fashion Show Production)
010281
010283
010286
3 days
3 days
3 days
Mon-Wed
Mon-Wed
Mon-Wed
27.10.08 1000-1600 Julie Sissons
16.02.09 1000-1600 Julie Sissons
25.05.09 1000-1600 Julie Sissons
CON
CON
CON
A ‘hands-on’ fashion workshop over half term
• new ideas from old
• colour and fabrics
• making accessories
• creating a ‘look’
• mixing patterns, textures and weights
This course is aimed at anyone who enjoys clothes. Design and
reconstruct, from manipulating fabrics to customising ‘thrift shop’
finds, to create your own individual designs. Unwanted garments
transformed ending up with a dynamic look which can come
together as one presentation. Styling and accessories considered
there will be an opportunity to model your own outfits in a full
fashion show in front of friends and family. If you wish to use a
College sewing machine let us know when you book your place as
numbers are limited.
Fees: Cat A £60
Creative Machine Embroidery Beginners/Improvers NCFE and Leisure
Learn how to use your machine for free-hand machine embroidery.
The most basic type of sewing machine can be used to create
stunning embroideries to decorate your clothes, furnish your home
or hang on your walls. Learn to ‘draw’ with your thread and create
exciting patterns, motifs and textures, using free running and zig
zag stitches, which can be used for decoration on garments,
cushion covers, bags and purses, greetings cards, pictures and
wall hangings. By developing basic skills, students will learn how
to interpret and translate drawings and photographs into
embroidery using appropriate fabric and threads. Students will be
encouraged to combine techniques, including fabric painting and
printing to create individual designs and instruction will be given
on how to stretch and mount finished embroideries. This course is
suitable for beginners and improvers. If you wish to use a College
sewing machine let us know when you book your place as numbers
are limited.
NCFE Courses
010311L
010313L
30 weeks
30 weeks
16.09.08
17.09.08
Tue
Wed
1900-2100 Wendy Dolan
1000-1200 Wendy Dolan
CON
CON
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Creative Machine Embroidery (Advanced) NCFE and Leisure
This course encourages students to develop their individual skills
in machine embroidery. Guidance and tuition will be given to
enable individuals to translate ideas into designs, and to select
appropriate techniques, colour schemes and materials. While
students are developing their own individual work they will be
introduced to a number of skills, which will further develop their
knowledge and give them a wider choice for inclusion in their
designs. These skills will include: advanced stitch techniques,
design projects, cut/burn away appliqué, soluble fabrics, textured
paint/stitch techniques, transfer printing, resist printing (wax,
gutta). This course is suitable for students who have attended the
beginners course or equivalent. If you wish to use a College sewing
machine let us know when you book your place as numbers are
limited.
NCFE Course
010317L
30 weeks
17.09.08
Wed
1300-1500 Wendy Dolan
CON
Fees: Cat A £180. Cat B £26. PLUS Assessment Fee £33
Leisure Courses - Fees can be paid termly
010317A 30 weeks
17.09.08
Wed
1300-1500 Wendy Dolan
CON
Autumn Term Fees: Cat A £98. Cat B £56. Cat C £44. Cat D £74
Spring Term Fees: Cat A £90. Cat B £52. Cat C £41. Cat D £68
Summer Term Fees: Cat A £58. Cat B £34. Cat C £27. Cat D £44
Introduction to Free Machine Embroidery
010329
18 weeks
12.01.09
Mon
1900-2100 Karen Peck
CON
This course is designed for beginners and for those who want to
gain more confidence in their free machine embroidery. You will
learn how to adjust your machine and prepare the fabric for free
machine embroidery. You will learn the basic skills required for
free running stitch, zig-zag and applying texture with threads and
fabrics to enable you to create unique embroideries for an amazing
array of uses. As the course develops you will be encouraged to try
and combine some of the new skills learnt to complete an
individual project. If you have your own machine please bring it
and the manual along to the course. A materials and equipment
list will be sent out prior to the course. If you wish to use a college
sewing machine let us know when you book your place as numbers
are limited.
Spring Term Fees: Cat A £90. Cat B £52. Cat C £41. Cat D £68
Summer Term Fees: Cat A £58. Cat B £34. Cat C £27. Cat D £44
Fees: Cat A £180. Cat B £26. PLUS Assessment Fee £33
Leisure Courses - Fees can be paid termly
010311A 30 weeks
010313A 30 weeks
16.09.08
17.09.08
Tue
Wed
1900-2100 Wendy Dolan
1000-1200 Wendy Dolan
CON
CON
Autumn Term Fees: Cat A £98. Cat B £56. Cat C £44. Cat D £74
Spring Term Fees: Cat A £90. Cat B £52. Cat C £41. Cat D £68
Summer Term Fees: Cat A £58. Cat B £34. Cat C £27. Cat D £44
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Art Studies
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Creative Machine Embroidery for Beginners - Saturdays
120215
120220
1 day
1 day
27.09.08
07.03.09
Sat
Sat
1000-1600 Wendy Dolan
1000-1600 Wendy Dolan
CON
CON
£25
£25
Learn how to set up your machine for freehand machine
embroidery and ‘draw’ with your thread. Develop control of your
machine and create exciting textures and patterns which can later
be translated into pictures, hangings, cushions, clothing and
accessories. If you wish to use a College sewing machine let us know
when you book your place as numbers are limited.
5 days
27.07.09
Daily
1000-1600 Wendy Dolan
CON
Indulge yourself in a week of creative stitching. Working on the
theme ‘ARCHITECTURE’, students will be able to explore ideas
based on Architectural Images. By combining layers of fabric and
stitch, ideas will be developed into individual designs. Students
will be able to select a variety of fabric painting/printing
techniques and then build up surface decoration and texture with
freehand machine embroidery. This course is suitable for students
with a good knowledge of machine embroidery and a willingness
to try out new ideas. A materials list will be sent out. If you wish to
use a College sewing machine let us know when you book your place
as numbers are limited.
Fees: Cat A £102. Cat B £59. Cat C £46. Cat D £71
Machine Embroidered Christmas Cards - Saturday
120230
1 day
01.11.08
Sat
1000-1600 Wendy Dolan
CON
£25
Send individual cards to your friends this Christmas. Combining
fabric and threads with simple free hand machine stitching,
exciting designs can be created. For all levels of ability. If you wish
to use a College sewing machine let us know when you book your
place as numbers are limited.
Monet’s Gardens - Saturday
120235
1 day
17.01.09
Sat
1000-1600 Wendy Dolan
CON
£25
Using Monet’s gardens as a source of inspiration, designs will be
created using simple painting techniques. Basic machine
embroidery will be worked with applied fabric and threads. If you
wish to use a College sewing machine let us know when you book your
place as numbers are limited.
Machine Embroidered Book Covers - Saturday
120240
1 day
31.01.09
Sat
1000-1600 Wendy Dolan
CON
£25
Enjoy a day creating exciting designs for book covers. Pelmet
Vilene will be printed and painted, then worked into with freehand
machine embroidery. The completed covers make ideal gifts. For
all levels of ability. If you wish to use a College sewing machine let
us know when you book your place as numbers are limited.
20
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Bags of Fun - Machine Embroidered Bags and Purses Saturday
120244
1 day
25.04.09
Sat
1000-1600 Wendy Dolan
CON
£25
Applied fabrics and machine embroidery will be combined to
create richly textured fabrics. These will then be constructed into
small bags and purses. Machine wrapped cords will enhance the
designs. If you wish to use a College sewing machine let us know
when you book your place as numbers are limited.
Patchwork And Quilting - for Beginners and Improvers NCFE and Leisure
Creative Machine Embroidery - Summer School
010334
Course Duration
No
This course is designed to lead students through a variety of basic
patchwork techniques. English patchwork, American piecing,
Speed cutting and Speed piecing, Curved seam, Stained glass,
hand and machine quilting with the opportunity to join their
sampler blocks into a quilt or wall hanging. Students will have the
opportunity to explore the relationship between colours and
textures. This course is suitable for Students with no previous
knowledge of Patchwork and Quilting. The course allows for
students to progress to a more advanced level, building on existing
knowledge. These students will work towards developing their own
designs. This course is suitable for students with no previous
knowledge of Patchwork and Quilting. If you wish to use a College
sewing machine let us know when you book your place as numbers
are limited. Email [email protected] for more information
NCFE Course
010339L
30 weeks
18.09.08
Thu
1900-2100 Sara Cook
CON
Fees: Cat A £180. Cat B £26. PLUS Assessment Fee £33
Leisure Courses - Fees can be paid termly
010339A 30 weeks
18.09.08
Thu
1900-2100 Sara Cook
CON
Autumn Term Fees: Cat A £98. Cat B £56. Cat C £44. Cat D £74
Spring Term Fees: Cat A £90. Cat B £52. Cat C £41. Cat D £68
Summer Term Fees: Cat A £58. Cat B £34. Cat C £27. Cat D £44
Cathedral Window and Secret Garden Patchwork Saturday
120285
1 day
14.02.09
Sat
1000-1600 Sara Cook
CON
£25
A fun workshop designed for beginners students who would like to
explore this technique in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere under
the guidance of an experienced tutor. You will have the chance to
make two finished projects with the opportunity to explore the
techniques further. Student should bring a basic sewing kit
(scissors, pins, needles and thread.) Projects only require hand
sewing.
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Art Studies
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Cutting Loose Patchwork - Saturday
120290
1 day
28.03.09
Sat
CON
£25
Raw Edge Appliqué - Saturday
1 day
25.04.09
Sat
1000-1600 Sara Cook
CON
£25
Learn how to layer your fabrics, free stitch with your sewing
machine and cut away to reveal the design. This fun workshop is
designed for beginner students and those with some sewing
experience. The completed designs can be made into wall
hangings. A needs list will be sent in advance. If you wish to use a
College sewing machine let us know when you book your place as
numbers are limited.
Patchwork - Summer School
010370
5 days
29.06.09
Daily
1000-1600 Sara Cook
CON
This is a fun week of uninterrupted sewing to produce a patchwork
quilt top. Students will learn a different method of the cut loose
patchwork technique each day to work towards building up a
round robin quilt top by the end of the week. Students will be
using a rotary cutter and board to cut out with and will need to be
able to use a sewing machine. This course is suitable for beginner
students and those with more experience. A materials list will be
sent out in advance. If you wish to use a College sewing machine let
us know when you book your place as numbers are limited.
Fees: Cat A £102. Cat B £59. Cat C £46. Cat D £71
Ex Tex - New Fabrics from Old
010380
010385
010390
10 weeks
10 weeks
10 weeks
18.09.08
15.01.09
23.04.09
Thu
Thu
Thu
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Ex Tex - New Fabrics from Old - Saturdays
1000-1600 Sara Cook
This is an exciting workshop for those students who like to be
creative with their patchwork. We cut, slash and piece without any
troublesome measuring. Students will need a rotary cutter and
sewing machine (some available to borrow, phone to book). This
workshop is suitable for students with some sewing experience
and the desire to experiment. Finished pieces will be big enough
to make into bags or cushions. A needs list will be sent in
advance. If you wish to use a College sewing machine let us know
when you book your place as numbers are limited.
120294
Course Duration
No
1230-1430 Wendy Ward
1230-1430 Wendy Ward
1230-1430 Wendy Ward
CON
CON
CON
Exploring ways of making exciting new fabrics out of your old
clothes we’ll try some traditional techniques and some new ideas.
The fruits of your labour, i.e. unique new fabrics, could be made
into duvet covers, throws, curtains skirts, bags, maybe even
lightshades ….. Start collecting old clothes to bring to the class.
A good selection would be wool jumper, fleece, jeans, t-shirts,
silky/lacy items. Ability to use a sewing machine not essential. If
you wish to use a College sewing machine let us know when you book
your place as numbers are limited.
Fees: Cat A £82. Cat B £47. Cat C £37. Cat D £62
120316
120317
120318
1 day
1 day
1 day
11.10.08
31.01.09
25.04.09
Sat
Sat
Sat
1000-1600 Wendy Ward
1000-1600 Wendy Ward
1000-1600 Wendy Ward
CON
CON
CON
£25
£25
£25
Exploring ways of making exciting new fabrics out of your old
clothes we’ll try some traditional techniques and some new ideas.
The fruits of your labour, i.e. unique new fabrics, could be made
into duvet covers, throws, curtains skirts, bags, maybe even
lightshades ... Start collecting old clothes to bring to the class. A
good selection would be wool jumper, fleece, jeans, t-shirts,
silky/lacy items. Ability to use a sewing machine not essential. If
you wish to use a College sewing machine let us know when you book
your place as numbers are limited.
Ex Tex - New Fabrics from Old - Summer School
010395
5 days
03.08.09
Daily
1000-1600 Wendy Ward
CON
New fabrics from old. Exploring ways of making exciting new
fabrics out of your old clothes we’ll try some traditional techniques
and some new ideas. The fruits of your labour, i.e. unique new
fabrics, could be made into duvet covers, throws, curtains skirts,
bags, maybe even lightshades ... Start collecting old clothes to
bring to the class. A good selection would be wool jumper, fleece,
jeans, t-shirts, silky/lacy items. Ability to use a sewing machine
not essential. If you wish to use a College sewing machine let us
know when you book your place as numbers are limited.
Fees: Cat A £102. Cat B £59. Cat C £46. Cat D £71
Textiles Masterclasses - Saturdays
These workshops will be aimed at more experienced students. A
great opportunity to revisit and reinforce your techniques and
processes. Enjoy a day of in-depth exploration.
On the Surface - Saturday
120321
1 day
27.09.08
Sat
1000-1600 Kim Thittichai
CON
£25
An opportunity for you to enjoy and explore all the techniques for
surface decoration you have been wanting to try but haven’t yet
found the time! Create wonderful surfaces to stitch - or not!
‘Tyvek & Twinkle’ - Saturday
120322
1 day
01.11.08
Sat
1000-1600 Kim Thittichai
CON
£25
Combine the exciting and transforming properties of ‘Tyvek’ and
synthetic organza. Create fascinating textures and layers to stitch
into and make beautiful 3D forms.
Hot Textiles - Saturday
120325
1 day
17.01.09
Sat
1000-1600 Kim Thittichai
CON
£25
A day to experiment with latest exciting materials for use in textile
art. Create amazing textures. Learn how to use heat tools
imaginatively and safely. Work through basic processes to more
complicated layered techniques. Suitable for beginners or anyone
wishing to develop their work further.
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Art Studies
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Transforming Transfers - Saturday
120330
1 day
31.01.09
Sat
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Felt - Making Pictures Beginners - Saturdays
1000-1600 Kim Thittichai
CON
£25
Discover the joys of layering techniques. We will be working mostly
with synthetic fabrics and transfer paints (disperse dyes). Learn
how to us transfer paints to create beautiful effects then use heat
tools to distress and work into your fabrics. This course would be
suitable for anyone wishing to develop layered, stitched surfaces.
You will have time to create a range of 2 and 3 dimensional
samples to develop at a later date.
120341
120344
1 day
1 day
27.09.08
25.04.09
Sat
Sat
1000-1600 Jayne Routley
1000-1600 Jayne Routley
CON
CON
£25
£25
Spend a whole day experimenting with wool. Create exciting
pictures to hang on the wall or turn into cushions or bags! Using
various construction methods, at the end of the day you will have
at least 2 pictures to take away. Materials can be purchased from
the tutor for approximately £10.
Feltmaking - Bags - Saturday
Creating Original Designs - Saturday
120351
(Linked to Creating Original Printing Blocks)
The first part of a workshop that spans 2 Saturdays. Never be
afraid of the ‘D’ word again! We will work though several formulas
for creating original designs, discussing the use of colour and
materials. Working with paper, paints and pencils you will generate
enough designs on this day to last you for years to come.
Come and enjoy the day making a bag or vessel using the 3D resist
method. Students will need to give some thought to what they
would like to make and come with a design in mind. This is a
physically demanding course and considered not suitable for
people with neck or arm injuries. Students will be sent a list of
items to bring. Other materials may be purchased from the tutor
approx £10.
Creating Original Printing Blocks - Saturday
Needlefelt - Saturday
120335
1 day
07.03.09
Sat
1000-1600 Kim Thittichai
CON
£25
(Linked to Creating Original Designs)
120356
1 day
1 day
15.11.08
31.01.09
Sat
Sat
1000-1600 Jayne Routley
1000-1600 Jayne Routley
CON
CON
£25
£25
This workshop is for students who have attended the previous
workshop for creating original designs. You will learn how to make
printing blocks from your designs and experiment with ways of
building up your designs with over printing. The blocks could be
used on paper or fabric.
Needlefelting is a fascinating way to make felt without the mess.
Learn all the intricacies of needlefelt and constructing armatures.
Although we make a doll in this class (not to everyone’s taste) I
find this is the best way to teach all the range of needlefelt
construction. Kits available from tutor £12.50. Not suitable for
anyone with neck, back or wrist problems.
Tantalising Transfers and Textures - Summer School
Feltmaking - Summer School
120336
010400
1 day
5 days
28.03.09
29.06.09
Sat
Daily
1000-1600 Kim Thittichai
1000-1600 Kim Thittichai
CON
£25
CON
Come and rediscover the joys of transfer printing. We will be
working with the latest synthetic fabrics and some old favourites.
Learn how to use masks and resists successfully to create
wonderful effects. Make your own printing block from your own
design created on the course. Build up layers to stitch into by
machine or hand. Distress with heat guns and soldering irons. You
will work through several samples to a finished piece of work
Fees: Cat A £102. Cat B £59. Cat C £46. Cat D £71
Feltmaking Techniques
010405
010410
010415
05 weeks
05 weeks
05 weeks
06.11.08
26.02.09
04.06.09
Thu
Thu
Thu
1000-1230 Jayne Routley
1000-1230 Jayne Routley
1000-1230 Jayne Routley
CON
CON
CON
Explore the various techniques of feltmaking by creating wonderful
sample pieces. Learn how to felt by making a wall-hanging or
cushion cover, produce beautiful scarves with Nuno felt and 3
dimensional objects, hats, bowls, slippers or bags. Enjoy needle
felting to create a figure, anything from trolls to fairies or dolls. Be
aware that feltmaking is physically demanding, not suitable for
anyone with back, neck or wrist problems. There is a large
materials list, but wool and needles can be purchased from the
Tutor.
Fees: £52
22
Course Duration
No
010420
5 days
03.08.09
Daily
1000-1600 Jayne Routley
CON
A satisfying week exploring the different techniques of feltmaking.
Learn how to felt by making a felt picture, great for wall-hangings
or cushion covers. Then as the week progresses learn how to create
beautiful scarves with Nuno felt, 3 dimensional objects, hats or
bags. Spend a day needle felting to create a figure, trolls to fairies
or dolls. This will be a physically demanding week not suitable for
anyone with back, neck or wrist problems. There will be a large
materials list, but wool and needles can be purchased from the
tutor.
Fees: Cat A £102. Cat B £59. Cat C £46. Cat D £71
Dye Another Day - Saturday
120361
1 day
15.11.08
Sat
1000-1600 Sara Cook
CON
£25
This course is a useful first step for students in understanding how
to put colour onto cloth. Learn how to mix and use Procion cold
water dyes to dye fabrics and threads. Students will have the
opportunity to experiment with tie dying, gradation dying and
space dying. There will be a materials charge payable on the day.
An extensive list of requirements will be sent in advance.
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Art Studies
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Creating Silk Paper
010425
12 weeks
17.09.08
Wed
1000-1200 Karen Peck
CON
Come and learn the process of silk paper making and discover its
versatility. Enjoy the process of experimenting and creating to
produce unique pieces using nature and natural objects as our
inspiration. Interesting designs and surfaces will be created by
using different fibres, coloured fibres and incorporating other
materials both in the making process and embellishing after. The
paper can be used to cover books, paint into, sew into, moulded
or just enjoyed as it is, the possibilities are endless. Basic
materials can be purchases from the tutor (£7-£10 approx) and a
materials list will be sent out prior to the course.
Fees: Cat A £98. CAt B £56. Cat C £44. Cat D £74.
Beautiful Boxes - Saturday
120371
1 day
01.11.08
Sat
1000-1600 Karen Peck
CON
£25
Come and create a jewellery, trinket or gift box that is unique to
you. We will use the latest materials to create the useful boxes
which are either stitched or laced together. Learners will decide on
colour schemes and designs of box. Learners will have the
opportunity to try different techniques and decorate the box
choosing from a variety of items e.g. fabric, stitch, ribbon ,
buttons, beads etc. Basic materials can be purchased from the
tutor on the day (£5 approx) and a materials list will be sent out
prior to the course.
End of year show at The Connaught Centre
Fee Categories
Category A
Full fee (the fee you will pay if you do not meet
any of the criteria in the following categories).
Category B
You are in receipt of a means tested benefit.
Category C
You are in receipt of a means tested benefit and
you have not yet achieved a full Level 2
qualification* and above.
Category D
You have not yet achieved a full Level 2
qualification* and above.
End of year show at The Connaught Centre
* see page 4 for Level 2 qualification details.
Open Enrolment/Advice Sessions
Saturday 28th June 2008
11.00am - 1.00pm
Saturday 6th September 2008
11.00am - 1.00pm
Drop-in Language Assessment Sessions
Centres, Venues and Codes
Tuesday 2nd - Thursday 4th September 2008
10.00am - 2.00pm
City College Brighton and Hove, Pelham Street, Brighton
City College Brighton and Hove, Connaught Centre, Connaught Road, Hove
City College Brighton and Hove, Wilson Avenue, Brighton
To be announced
At the Connaught Centre, Connaught Road, Hove
At first class report to reception area for confirmation of room numbers on each site
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PEL
CON
WIL
TBA
23
DIY and Motor Vehicle Maintenance
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Do It Yourself
10 weeks
10 weeks
07 weeks
18.09.08
15.01.09
23.04.09
121325
121330
Thu
Thu
Thu
1900-2100 Matthew Creed
1900-2100 Matthew Creed
1900-2100 Matthew Creed
CON
CON
CON
This workshop looks at general maintenance and repair jobs
around the house including woodwork (fitting shelves to fixing
squeaky floorboards) and tiling. We will cover basic electrics
(changing a fuse, fitting new plug or sockets and replacing a light
fitting) and plumbing (stopping drips, changing a washer, fitting
an outside tap or plumbing in a washing machine). There will be
a materials charge of £15 payable on 1st day to tutor, for the
course starting 23.04.09 the materials charge will be £10. Course
content enquiries can be referred to Matthew by email at
[email protected]
Autumn Term Fees: Cat A £82. Cat B £47. Cat C £37. Cat D £62
Spring Term Fees: Cat A £82. Cat B £47. Cat C £37. Cat D £62
Summer Term Fees: Cat A £58. Cat B £34. Cat C £27. Cat D £44
DIY Beginners ‘Have a Go Day’ - Rome Part 1 - Saturdays
121300
121305
121310
121315
1
1
1
1
day
day
day
day
27.09.08
06.12.08
17.01.09
16.05.09
Sat
Sat
Sat
Sat
1000-1600
1000-1600
1000-1600
1000-1600
Matthew
Matthew
Matthew
Matthew
Creed
Creed
Creed
Creed
CON
CON
CON
CON
£25
£25
£25
£25
Always wanted to have a go but didn’t know where to start? Come
and have fun learning on this ‘taster’ workshop trying your hand
(safely of course) at the basics of Tiling, Plumbing, Woodwork,
Electrics, drilling holes, making good and using tools. This is an
ideal opportunity to discover your hidden talents and maybe
encourage you to take the next step … There will be a materials
charge of £7 payable on the day to tutor. Course content enquiries
can be referred to Matthew by email at [email protected]
Have a Go Day Improvers - Rome Part 2 - Saturday
121320
1 day
14.02.09
Sat
1000-1600 Matthew Creed
CON
£25
If you have already had a go on a Have a Go Day and discovered
you have hidden talents and are ready to take the next step then
you’ll know Rome wasn’t built in a day, it was a 2 day project! So
by popular demand from previous Have a Go Days we have the
sequel, Rome part 2. This is a chance to explore more of your
hidden DIY talents and to try out some more of the DIY practical
arts. Safely (of course) have fun learning before being let loose at
home and turning it into your own Coliseum. Minimum
requirement is attendance on Have a Go Day (Rome part 1) or
some basic knowledge of DIY. There will be a materials charge of
£10 payable on the day to tutor. Course content enquiries can be
referred to Matthew by email at [email protected]
24
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Plumbing Beginners - Saturdays
Home maintenance ‘handyperson required’
030020
030025
030030
Course Duration
No
1 day
1 day
01.11.08
07.03.09
Sat
Sat
1000-1600 Matthew Creed
1000-1600 Matthew Creed
CON
CON
£25
£25
This workshop will introduce you to the basics of home plumbing
and heating systems, the tools needed with an introduction to
working with plastic and copper plumbing materials including
cutting, joining, bending, using fittings plus learn how to change
a tap, clear a blocked waste, plumb in an appliance or fit a new
radiator plus much more. There will be a materials charge of £10
payable on the day to tutor. Course content enquiries can be
referred to Matthew by email at [email protected]
Plumbing Improvers - Saturdays
121335
121340
1 day
1 day
15.11.08
28.03.09
Sat
Sat
1000-1600 Matthew Creed
1000-1600 Matthew Creed
CON
CON
£25
£25
This workshop is designed as a continuation from the Plumbing
basics workshop day for beginners, so for those who want to move
forward to the next stage from just understanding the basics to
increasing their knowledge, building confidence, practice and
develop the practical skills involved with plumbing and being able
to put it into practice at home.If you know you want to learn more
than just the basics on the beginners’ workshop then you will want
to book onto this as part 2 or if you already know the basics but
want to develop or refresh then this workshop is ideal opportunity
for you to do just that. Minimum requirement is attendance on
beginners workshop or some basic knowledge of home plumbing
and basic plumbing techniques. There will be a materials charge
of £10 payable on the day to tutor. Course content enquiries can
be referred to Matthew by email at [email protected]
Tiling workshop - Saturdays
121345
121350
121355
1 day
1 day
1 day
11.10.08
31.01.09
25.04.09
Sat
Sat
Sat
1000-1600 Matthew Creed
1000-1600 Matthew Creed
1000-1600 Matthew Creed
CON
CON
CON
£25
£25
£25
This workshop will cover what you need to know and show you how
to do your own tiling jobs including planning the job in hand, what
type of tiles to use, estimating the amount of materials needed,
preparation of walls and surfaces, removing old tiles, marking out,
cutting, tiling and grouting. There will be a materials charge of
£10 payable on the day to tutor. Course content enquiries can be
referred to Matthew by email at [email protected]
Car Maintenance
Car Maintenance Beginners
030060
030065
10 weeks
10 weeks
15.09.08
12.01.09
Mon
Mon
1900-2100 Brian Lawrence
1900-2100 Brian Lawrence
PEL
PEL
This course provides an introduction to the working and basic
maintenance of the car. Topics include wheel changing, coping
with a breakdown, servicing your own car and purchasing a
second-hand car.
Fees: Cat A £82. Cat B £47. Cat C £37. Cat D £62
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Health, Well-being and Special Interest
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
16.09.08
13.01.09
21.04.09
Tue
Tue
Tue
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Tai Chi
040100
040105
040110
1330-1500 Christine Cunningham CON
1330-1500 Christine Cunningham CON
1330-1500 Christine Cunningham CON
120454
Yoga
Satyananda Yoga
12
11
07
12
11
07
weeks
weeks
weeks
weeks
weeks
weeks
15.09.08
12.01.09
20.04.09
18.09.08
15.01.09
23.04.09
Mon
Mon
Mon
Thu
Thu
Thu
1000-1130
1000-1130
1000-1130
1800-1930
1800-1930
1800-1930
Shona
Shona
Shona
Shona
Shona
Shona
Cameron
Cameron
Cameron
Cameron
Cameron
Cameron
CON
CON
CON
CON
CON
CON
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
120459
120461
The following 3 workshops are suitable for any level of experience,
even complete beginners. They can be attended by a single
person, couples or friends. The yoga is inspired by the life and
practice of Vanda Scaravelli. She emphasised the possibility of
liberating the spine by using freely flowing breath and our
relationship to the ground. It is not a system. The meditation
techniques used come form the Buddhist tradition. In Thai
massage, the yoga tradition and the Buddhist paths come together
as one. Please bring a mat, blanket and block/pillow to class.
01.11.08
31.01.09
Sat
Sat
15.11.08
Sat
1000-1600 Jeanette Karlsson CON
£25
1 day
1 day
06.12.08
25.04.09
Sat
Sat
1000-1600 Jeanette Karlsson CON
1000-1600 Jeanette Karlsson CON
£25
£25
These three practices are closely interconnected if not
inseparable. Gentle and explorative yoga movements help you get
in touch with your own physical experience while also showing you
how to undo blockages and holdings on. Meditation helps you to
stay clear and also able to be present with whatever is going on
here and now. Simple massage techniques allows you to support
both your own and also another persons further ability to let go of
tension on many levels of their being. Please bring a mat, blanket
and block/pillow to class.
Thai Foot Massage
040150
040155
03 weeks
03 weeks
04.11.08
24.02.09
Tue
Tue
1900-2100 Luca Dray
1900-2100 Luca Dray
CON
CON
A truly relaxing experience as the toes, feet, ankles and lower legs
are manipulated, stretched and loosened. This treatment
combines Stretching, Massage, Manipulation and ‘Sen’ energy
line work to relax, ‘wring out’ and wake up tired, aching, lifeless
feet. We will look at the oils used and the contraindications, contra
actions, physical, psychological and energetic benefits of Thai
Foot massage. Learners will be working on each other. Please wear
loose comfortable clothing and bring a large towel/blanket, pillow,
notebook and pen. Oils will be provided. Luca is the founder and
tutor at The College of Natural Practice, a Massage Practitioner
and is IPTI validated.
Fees: £26
Open Enrolment/Advice Sessions
Yoga + Meditation - Saturday
1 day
1 day
1 day
So much of how we communicate is non-verbal! Much more than
we imagine. Welcome to explore how to playfully connect both
with ourselves and with others through fun and simple yoga
partner work. You will be invited to undo both physical and
emotional tension during the day. We begin with gentle yoga
movements on our own, exploring how the spine relates to the
earth and the breath in its own way. Then come together in pairs
for some time and once again back to our own experience. Please
bring a mat, blanket and block/pillow to class.
Yoga, Meditation + Thai Massage - Saturday
An opportunity to join a yoga course, which will develop
systematically from simple practices increasing awareness of body
and breath, towards the classical yoga postures. Every class will
also include breathing practices and deep relaxation. Classes are
non-competitive and encourage developing self–awareness to
discover your own ideal level of practice. They are suitable for all
ages and fitness levels. The practice of yoga increases flexibility,
strength and balance, not just in the body but mentally and
emotionally too. Satyananda Yoga is firmly grounded in tradition,
yet adapted to suit the needs of contemporary living. Please wear
loose, comfortable clothing and bring a blanket for warmth during
relaxation.
Autumn Term Fees: Cat A £74. Cat B £43. Cat C £34. Cat D £56
Spring Term Fees: Cat A £68. Cat B £39. Cat C £31. Cat D £52
Summer Term Fees: Cat A £44. Cat B £26. Cat C £20. Cat D £34
120451
120452
Start
Date
Yoga Partnerwork - Saturday
10 weeks
10 weeks
10 weeks
Regular practice of Tai Chi will help with your strength, balance,
flexibility and relaxation. Please wear loose, comfortable clothing.
Fees: Cat A £62. Cat B £36. Cat C £29. Cat D £47
040120
040125
040130
040135
040140
040145
Course Duration
No
1000-1600 Jeanette Karlsson CON
1000-1600 Jeanette Karlsson CON
£25
£25
Exploring how to move with more awareness using simple yoga
movements. We are especially interested in how the body relates
to the ground, gravity, in an intelligent way. When we stop resisting
tension is released on a deep level of our being. You will be
encouraged to develop a gentle moment-to-moment attention. In
this way a state of meditation moves in. Periods of stillness will
show you how the mind too is able to let go. Please bring a mat,
blanket and block/pillow to class.
Saturday 28th June 2008
11.00am - 1.00pm
Saturday 6th September 2008
11.00am - 1.00pm
Drop-in Language Assessment Sessions
Tuesday 2nd - Thursday 4th September 2008
10.00am - 2.00pm
At the Connaught Centre, Connaught Road, Hove
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25
Health, Well-being and Special Interest
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Natural Practice Head Massage - Saturday
120464
1 day
15.11.08
Sat
1000-1600 Luca Dray
£25
Practical Massage
05 weeks
05 weeks
05.11.08
14.01.09
Wed
Wed
1900-2100 Luca Dray
1900-2100 Luca Dray
CON
CON
This course will cover how to observe the body to help gain an
understanding of the ‘line of cause’ of an ailment/condition, where
they may stem from, what may have triggered them, cause not just
symptom and adjustments that can be made or massage that can
be given to alleviate these. We will explore massage techniques
and focus on how you as an individual massage, based on what
you can feel and observe and how creative you become with your
hands, arms, elbows, knees and feet. So that you feel comfortable
and safe to apply massage to different people on different areas of
the body. Learners will be working on each other. Please wear
loose comfortable clothing and bring 2x large towels/blanket,
pillow, notebook and pen. Oils will be provided. Luca is the
founder and tutor at The College of Natural Practice, a Massage
Practitioner and is IPTI validated.
Fees: £42
Back Massage - Saturday
120469
1 day
31.01.09
Sat
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
120474
120479
1 day
1 day
11.10.08
25.04.09
Sat
Sat
1000-1600 Lisa Dobinson
1000-1600 Lisa Dobinson
CON
CON
£25
£25
This workshop is designed for pregnant women and their
partners/birthing partners. You will learn various massage
techniques/ positions to help mum-to-be relax and ease her aches
and pains during pregnancy. You will also learn specific
techniques to help with relaxation and pain relief during labour.
This is an excellent way of bringing people closer together and
helping father’s-to-be/birthing partners play an active role during
pregnancy and labour. Please bring 2 large towels and 2 pillows.
There is a charge for oils of £3-£5 payable to the tutor on the day.
Ayuverdic Facial Massage
040190
06 weeks
17.09.08
Wed
1000-1200 Kelly Horne
CON
Take time out and discover a wonderful face massage originating
from India. Learn how to work into the marma points on the face
and rebalance the bodies energy. This massage will relax and
rejuvenate the face muscles along with an energising scalp
massage enhanced using pure ayuverdic oils. An effective
treatment to offer friends and family. Relax and enjoy. There is a
charge for oils provided throughout course of £4 payable to the
tutor at the start of the course.
Fees: £50
Ayuverdic Facial Massage - Saturday
120484
1 day
01.11.08
Sat
1000-1600 Kelly Horne
CON
£25
Take time out and discover a wonderful face massage originating
from India. Learn how to work into the marma points on the face
and rebalance the bodies energy. This massage will relax and
rejuvenate the face muscles along with an energising scalp
massage enhanced using pure ayuverdic oils. An effective
treatment to offer friends and family. Relax and enjoy. There is a
charge for oils provided throughout course of £4 payable to the
tutor at the start of the course
Aromatherapy and Relaxation Massage
1000-1600 Luca Dray
CON
£25
This course will focus on the key areas of the back that will
encourage tight, contracted muscles into release and relaxation,
helping to break the cycle of repeated patterns of tension and
increase the body’s mobility and range of movement. You will be
taught various massage techniques using your hands, fingers,
thumbs, forearms, elbows, posture, body weight and intuition and
you will learn to adapt them to create your own unique style of
massage with confidence and ease. This treatment can be
performed seated or lying down. Please be prepared to work with
another class member and bring 2x large towels/blanket, a pillow,
a pen and paper. Oils will be provided. Luca is the Founder and
Tutor at The College of Natural Practice, a Massage Practitioner
and is IPTI validated.
26
Start
Date
Pregnancy Massage for Couples - Saturdays
CON
Natural Practice Head Massage is more than learning a routine
that you simply repeat on each person, it is about how you
massage as an individual. In this workshop you will learn how to
create our own unique style of head massage and how to adapt it
to different needs. You will be taught how you can use your hands,
fingers, thumbs, forearms, elbows, posture and body weight to
develop an effective treatment with confidence and ease. Natural
Practice Head Massage an ‘oil on skin’ seated treatment that uses
Organic base oils. It focuses on the upper back, upper arms,
shoulders, neck, scalp and face. Learners will be working with
each other. Please wear loose comfortable clothing. Towelling
wraps and oils will be provided. Luca is the founder and tutor at
The College of Natural Practice, a Massage Practitioner and is IPTI
validated.
040170
040175
Course Duration
No
040195
08 weeks
03.10.08
Fri
0930-1130 Kelly Horne
CON
Enjoy discovering the relaxing and therapeutic effects of massage
combined with the beauty of plant and flower essential oils. This
lively and practical course will look at the properties of 6-8 oils,
safety surrounding the use of oils, blending and dilution, oils for
general health and skincare and lovely massage techniques to
ease aches and pains and encourage better wellbeing. Bring 2
towels and a notepad. There is a charge for oils provided
throughout course of £5 payable to the tutor at the start of the
course.
Fees: £66
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Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Aromatherapy Massage for Children
with Special Learning Needs
040200
040205
03 weeks
03 weeks
04.11.08
03.03.09
Tue
Tue
040215
1000-1200 Lisa Dobinson
1000-1200 Lisa Dobinson
CON
CON
Indian Head Massage
06 weeks
25.02.09
Wed
1000-1200 Kelly Horne
CON
A practical course which allows students to learn and enjoy the
benefits of traditional Indian Head Massage with classical
massage. A seated massage routine that can be offered to family
and friends. We will use a selection of oils that will enhance the
treatment along with relaxation techniques and a focus on safety
and posture. Wonderful techniques to ease and release tension
around the shoulders, aid eyestrain, help with stress, anxiety and
depression and much more. There is a charge for oils provided
throughout course of £3 payable to the tutor at the start of the
course.
Fees: £50
Indian Head Massage - Saturday
120489
1 day
17.01.09
Sat
1000-1600 Kelly Horne
CON
£25
A practical course which allows students to learn and enjoy the
benefits of traditional Indian Head Massage with classical
massage. A seated massage routine that can be offered to family
and friends. We will use a selection of oils that will enhance the
treatment along with relaxation techniques and a focus on safety
and posture. Wonderful techniques to ease and release tension
around the shoulders, aid eyestrain, help with stress, anxiety and
depression and much more. There is a charge for oils of £3
payable to the tutor on the day.
1 day
28.03.09
Sat
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
04 weeks
1000-1600 Kelly Horne
CON
£25
Relaxation in a day. You will learn an effective, healing massage
for the back, neck and shoulders. These skills will be
complemented with an array of oils to warm and care for the back
including Ginger, Rosemary and Juniper. Relax and enjoy. Bring 2
towels. No experience necessary. Be prepared to work with another
class member.
21.04.09
Tue
1000-1200 Lisa Dobinson
CON
Learn simple but effective massage techniques in this fun 4-week
course, helping you gain experience and confidence in massaging
friends and loved ones. You will learn various techniques from
Swedish, Thai, Ayurvedic and Deep Tissue Massage, all extremely
therapeutic, relaxing the body and mind. The course will be mostly
practical covering neck and shoulder massage, head massage and
foot massage. We will also look at the many benefits of massage
and different oils to use. Please bring 2 large towels and a pillow.
The cost of oils will be between £3-£5 payable to the tutor at the
start of the course.
Fees: £34
Holistic Therapies for IBD (Inflammatory Bowel Disease)
040230
040235
03 weeks
03 weeks
16.09.08
19.01.09
Tue
Mon
1000-1200 Lisa Dobinson
1830-2030 Lisa Dobinson
CON
CON
Conditions such as Ulcerative Colitis and Chrones disease can be
extremely debilitating. In this 3-week course we will explore
natural ways to help manage IBD symptoms. Some of the topics
included are the use of aromatherapy, self-reflexology techniques
and nutrition. Lisa is a Holistic Therapist and Lecturer and has
first hand experience of treating IBD naturally. The cost of oils will
be between £3-£5 payable to the tutor at the start of the course.
Fees: £26
Manage Stress Naturally
040240
040245
03 weeks
03 weeks
15.09.08
27.01.09
Mon
Tue
1830-2030 Lisa Dobinson
1000-1200 Lisa Dobinson
CON
CON
In this busy world we live in, stress can play havoc on our physical
state of health and emotional well-being. We will look at natural
ways to manage stress including simple relaxation techniques, use
of specific essential oils and self massage and reflexology
techniques. This course aims to help bring balance and harmony
into your lives.
Fees: £26
Fee Categories
Category A
Full fee (the fee you will pay if you do not meet
any of the criteria in the following categories).
Category B
You are in receipt of a means tested benefit.
Category C
You are in receipt of a means tested benefit and
you have not yet achieved a full Level 2
qualification* and above.
Category D
You have not yet achieved a full Level 2
qualification* and above.
Massage for Back, Neck + Shoulders - Saturday
120499
Start
Date
Mixed Style Massage Course
This 3-week course is designed for parents and carers of children
with special learning needs (including Autism, Asperger’s, ADHD).
You will learn simple massage techniques and discover how
essential oils can help support children with special needs.
Massage and Aromatherapy can help special needs children:
• Develop attention span and concentration
• Stimulate or relax the mind
• Develop trusting relationships and communication
• Improve sleep disturbances
• Ease anxiety
Please bring 2 large towels and a pillow. The cost of oils will be
between £3-£5 payable to the tutor at the start of the course.
Fees: £26
040210
Course Duration
No
* see page 4 for Level 2 qualification details.
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Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
1 day
07.03.09
Sat
1000-1600 Luca Dray
CON
Alexander Technique - Saturdays
1 day
1 day
1 day
27.09.08
07.03.09
16.05.09
Sat
Sat
Sat
1000-1600 Korina Biggs
1000-1600 Korina Biggs
1000-1600 Korina Biggs
CON
CON
CON
£25
£25
£25
The way we use our bodies affects our mental and physical
performance. Constant mis-use of our muscles and joints can
result in headaches, stress, back pain or simply feeling below par.
The Alexander Technique is a practical method learning to use our
bodies in a light and easier manner. Please bring with you 3 or 4
paperback books and a mat/rug to lie on.
Introduction to Crystal Healing
040260
10 weeks
12.01.09
Mon
1300-1500 Savita Burke
CON
This course will introduce you to the Practical and correct use of
new and well known Crystals and its related attributes suitable for
relaxation, meditation and healing. The course will include
different methods of cleansing, storing and energising. Crystals
can be a very strong tool for personal development and spiritual
guidance. Over 10 weeks we will work with 13 most popular
crystals including those related to Chakra system. You can
purchase crystals from the tutor from £2 upwards. Please bring
blanket, mat, cushion, notebook and pen to each session:
Fees: Cat A £82. Cat B £47. Cat C £37. Cat D £62
28
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
£25
This fascinating course will enable you to treat family and friends
safely and effectively with ear candles. These simple tools offer a
natural way to induce a deep state of relaxation and clear and
rebalance the ear, nose and throat area. They are ideal for
assisting with a variety of conditions including stress, sinus and
nasal congestion, hay-fever, imbalance due to flying/scuba diving
and much more. Ear candles are herb infused cotton and beeswax
tubes that are placed in the ear and lit. The herbal infused vapour
and warmth created by the flame travels down the candle, gently
warming the ear and surrounding areas, encouraging blood supply,
tissue and muscle relaxation, assisting in softening and loosening
excess wax and aiding the body’s natural healing and clearing
processes. This course will cover use of candles, facial massage
and sinus point work. Learners will be working on each other. 1
pair of candles will be provided per student at a cost of £5. Oils
for massage will be provided Luca is the Founder and Tutor at The
College of Natural Practice, a Massage Practitioner and is IPTI
validated.
120506
120511
120514
Start
Date
Healing Arts Workshops
Ear Candling - Saturdays
120501
Course Duration
No
A series of workshops aimed at providing you with a complete and
comprehensive introduction to the theory and practice of a wide
range of Healing Arts. Attendance of all the seven workshops will
prepare you for further exploration and study, whether for your own
personal development or as a foundation to go on to becoming a
practitioner. Please bring blanket, mat, cushion, notebook and pen
to each session.
Indian Head Massage - Saturdays
120515
120520
120525
1 day
1 day
1 day
27.09.08
06.12.08
16.05.09
Sat
Sat
Sat
1000-1600 Savita Burke
1000-1600 Savita Burke
1000-1600 Savita Burke
CON
CON
CON
£25
£25
£25
Traditional Indian Head Massage is an ancient technique that
includes massaging the head, neck, face, shoulders and arms. It
stimulates and releases tensions flushing out physical toxins and
emotional feelings that cause discomfort. Circulation is improved
in the tissues of the neck, shoulders and scalp, eyes are relaxed,
headaches relieved. A positive experience for you to share with the
ones you love and care for. Also suitable for nurses and carers of
special needs. Please bring blanket, mat, cushion, notebook and
pen to class.
Introduction to Crystal Healing - Saturday
120527
1 day
11.10.08
Sat
1000-1600 Savita Burke
CON
£25
This course will introduce you to the Practical and correct use of
9 well known Crystals including those relating to Chakra system.
The importance of different methods of cleansing, storing and
energising will also be highlighted with its related attributes
suitable for relaxation, meditation and healing. Crystals can be a
very strong tool for personal development and spiritual guidance.
Please bring your personal crystals with you. You can purchase
crystals from the tutor from £2 upwards. Please bring blanket,
mat, cushion, notebook and pen.
Healing Sounds of Mantra Chanting - Saturday
120530
1 day
15.11.08
Sat
1000-1600 Savita Burke
CON
£25
A Mantra is a unique combination of sacred sound. When chanted
aloud, it saturates the mind and causes cells within the body to
vibrate. As the rhythm and tone of Mantra changes, so the
vibration alters - correcting imbalances, raising energy in the
Chakras, bringing healing, harmony and inner peace. Group
chanting can bring about altered states of consciousness. A truly
heart-opening experience, strengthening our relationship of the
inner self with the outer world. Healing, meditative and spiritually
uplifting. Please bring blanket, mat, cushion, notebook and pen.
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Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Sacred Journey of Chakra Awareness - Saturday
120535
1 day
01.11.08
Sat
1000-1600 Savita Burke
£25
Spiritual Growth Programmes - Saturday
1 day
17.01.09
Sat
1000-1600 Savita Burke
CON
£25
Pathway to the Soul. Access your inner spiritual self, harmonise
with life, find the true self within. Work your way through
numerous disciplines and observe guidelines to understand the
universal laws. A perfect opportunity to start on the Journey to Self
Discovery. Follow-up sessions can be arranged. Please bring
blanket, mat, cushion, notebook and pen.
040270
1 day
31.01.09
Sat
1000-1600 Savita Burke
CON
£25
Our physical body has a shape and a form know as Aura composed of layers of energy (skatkti-chi) which can be compact
- not healthy, or relaxed - healthy. A process of refinement of
energy will ensure culmination of thoughts and feelings of no
value can be released allowing blocked channels to be in free flow.
The expansion process will tone and stimulate the flow so that
vibration of energy within is in optimum condition (relaxed).
Harmonise the outer with inner self and balance mind, body and
spirit. A follow up session can be arranged. Please bring blanket,
mat, cushion, notebook and pen.
1 day
14.02.09
Sat
1000-1600 Savita Burke
CON
£25
With ancient techniques of Ayurvedic Yoga, ease out the tension
of your facial muscles. Using pressure points we will be
stimulating and relaxing, toning and freeing muscles of the face
and neck. Please bring a hand mirror and facial cream. There will
be a small charge for materials of £4 on the day. Please bring
blanket, mat, cushion, notebook and pen.
Breathing and Relaxation - Saturday
120550
1 day
28.03.09
Sat
1000-1600 Savita Burke
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
5 days
06.07.09
Daily
1000-1600 Savita Burke
CON
Reflexology - Energy Balance - Saturday
1 day
16.05.09 Sat 1000-1600 Theresa Parker-Harding CON
£25
This one-day workshop is aimed at students who already have
knowledge of foot reflexology and at qualified therapists. Students
will learn how to balance the nervous system, the circulatory
system and the endocrine system. These techniques will also help
to develop their intuition and concentration when giving a
reflexology treatment.
Reflexology - Feet - Saturday
120655
1 day
06.12.08 Sat 1000-1600 Theresa Parker-Harding CON
£25
This one-day course introduces you to the benefits of reflexology.
Covering basic foot massage, specific reflex points and cautions.
You will need to bring a towel and some talc.
Hand Reflexology - Saturday
Yoga For The Face - A Natural Facelift - Saturday
120547
Day
This is a truly Holistic course. An ideal opportunity to balance
mind and body, which will assist you to nurture inner self and help
you to tap into some of your hidden qualities and talents. This
course is suitable for all, teachers, health and fitness
practitioners, life style counsellors, doctors and nurses,
complementary therapists and including those who are willing to
explore their true potential. This course will also give sound
foundation for further studies in Holistic to a diploma or a degree
level. Lecture, demonstration, discussion, handouts, books and
practical will support learning. Individual feedback will be given
and all students will be expected to take part in all activities and
keep daily journal. Please bring blanket, mat, cushion, notebook
and pen.
Fees: Cat A £102. Cat B £59. Cat C £46. Cat D £71
120650
Auric Expansion - Saturday
120545
Start
Date
Personal and Spiritual Development - Summer School
CON
Chakras are centres within our body that regulate energy flow.
Nine major chakras need to be balanced frequently in order for
minor ones to adjust on a daily basis. The knowledge within can
assist us to heal ourselves and those around us. This journey into
the essence of Chakras will entail relaxation and meditation with
visualisation and chanting. Please bring blanket, mat, cushion,
notebook and pen.
120540
Course Duration
No
CON
£25
The most simple and effective way to de-stress and relax mind,
body and emotions. Learn from the ancient Ayurvedic system
Pranayama, Bhastrika, Nadi Sadhana, including the foundation
breath. Progressive deep relaxation techniques will also be
introduced and practised. Please bring blanket, mat, cushion,
notebook and pen.
120660
1 day
14.02.09 Sat 1000-1600 Theresa Parker-Harding CON
£25
This one-day course includes hand and arm massage, specific
reflex points and how to use this therapy for self help. Please bring
a towel and talc. You may also like to bring some hand cream.
Introduction to Homeopathy - Saturdays
120750
120755
120760
1 day
1 day
1 day
11.10.08
07.03.09
16.05.09
Sat
Sat
Sat
1000-1600 Monica Willis
1000-1600 Monica Willis
1000-1600 Monica Willis
CON
CON
CON
£25
£25
£25
This day will provide an introduction to the field of homeopathic
medicine. We will look at some remedies that can be used in first
aid situations and consider other circumstances where
homeopathy may be helpful. Further sources of information will be
introduced for people who want to expand their knowledge beyond
the scope of a day’s course.
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Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Introduction to EFT - Emotional Freedom Technique
040280
040285
040290
040295
10
10
10
10
weeks
weeks
weeks
weeks
18.09.08
18.09.08
15.01.09
15.01.09
Thu
Thu
Thu
Thu
1000-1200
1900-2100
1000-1200
1900-2100
Helena
Helena
Helena
Helena
Weaver
Weaver
Weaver
Weaver
120780
120785
Colour Therapy - Aura-Soma - Saturday
1 day
25.04.09
Sat
1000-1600 Lena Hjalmarsson CON
£25
Aura-Soma is a non-intrusive and self-selective development tool
in which colour is the key. It is an ancient knowledge now
accessible to all. Aura Soma speaks a universal language through
beautiful bottles of rainbow coloured oils, special essences,
pomanders and quintessences. In an introductory day you will get
a feel of what Aura-Soma is about. We will do colour consultations,
explore over 100 coloured equilibrium bottles and experience the
beautiful effects of the pomanders and quintessences. Different
teaching methods will be used including group work, colour
exercise and meditation to deepen our understanding of the
colours. No previous experience is needed.
Astrology Beginners
040350
08 weeks
22.09.08
Mon
1900-2100 Lena Hjalmarsson CON
In this course you will gain a basic understanding of Astrology.
Astrology has much to offer in terms of life direction and a deeper
understanding of yourself. You have an opportunity to work with
your own birthchart exploring areas such as relationships, family
matters, health, career and more. We will explore the meaning and
symbolism of the planets, signs, elements and the twelve houses
- our area of experience. Participants will be given their own
birthcharts.
Fees: £66
Astrology Intermediate
040355
08 weeks
12.01.09
Mon
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Astrology - Saturdays
CON
CON
CON
CON
EFT is a new therapeutic technique that provides rapid relief from
physical stress and emotional difficulties of all kinds. You could
call it emotional acupuncture - with no needles! EFT is simple,
gentle and yet astonishingly effective. “Some day the medical
profession will wake up and realise that unresolved emotional
issues are the main cause of 85% of all illnesses. When they do,
EFT will be one of their primary healing tools ... as it is for me.”
Eric Robins M.D. To learn more, visit emofree.com or call the
Connaught Centre Office and ask for the EFT information pack.
Helena Weaver is a certificated counsellor, qualified Advanced
level EFT (AAMET) practitioner and certified EFT trainer.
Fees: Cat A £82. Cat B £47. Cat C £37. Cat D £62
120770
Course Duration
No
1900-2100 Lena Hjalmarsson CON
This course is for anyone who has some basic training in Astrology
and wants to deepen their understanding of the subject. You will
learn how to integrate the meaning of the planets astrologically
symbolically and mythologically. Equal emphasis is placed on
practical application and theoretical understanding.
Fee: £66
1 day
1 day
11.10.08
28.03.09
Sat
Sat
1000-1600 Lena Hjalmarsson CON
1000-1600 Lena Hjalmarsson CON
£25
£25
In this one day workshop you will gain an introduction to astrology
and learn how you can use astrology as a tool for self development.
Participants will be given their own birth charts. Different teaching
methods will be used to start to understand and interpret your
chart including groupwork, colour exercises and visualisation. We
will explore traditional astrological symbolism, Greek mythology
and the meaning of the twelve signs and we will search into how
the four elements reflect our personality. No previous experience
is needed.
Tarot Cards Beginners
040365
08 weeks
24.09.08
Wed
1900-2100 Lena Hjalmarsson CON
In this course you will gain a basic understanding of the Tarot
cards and their meaning. You will explore the 22 cards of the
Major Arcana and their portrayal of your own inner journey.
Visualisation and understanding of symbolism are some of the
tools you will learn to develop your intuitive gifts. You will explore
Greek mythology and learn how to use your imagination creatively.
Fees: £66
Tarot Cards Intermediate
040370
08 weeks
14.01.09
Wed
1900-2100 Lena Hjalmarsson CON
This course is for anyone who has a basic understanding of the
tarot. You will learn and practise many different tarot spreads and
examine more in depth the symbolism and meaning of the cards.
You will explore how tarot reflect the challenges present in your
personal life like relationships, career and creativity. Different
teaching methods will be used, guided visualisation and colour
exercises to develop and deepen your intuition.
Fees: £66
Tarot Workshop - Saturdays
120790
120795
1 day
1 day
15.11.08
31.01.09
Sat
Sat
1000-1600 Lena Hjalmarsson £25
1000-1600 Lena Hjalmarsson £25
CON
CON
In this one day workshop we will explore Tarot and its symbolism.
We will use many methods to tap into our intuition and learn how
to understand the cards. Methods will include guided
visualisation, groupwork and colour exercises for self-exploration.
There will be an opportunity to search into how the Major Arcana
portray our own journey and how the Minor Arcana (earth, air,
water and fire) reflect our life path experiences. No previous
experience is needed.
Centres, Venues and Codes
City College Brighton and Hove, Pelham Street, Brighton
City College Brighton and Hove, Connaught Centre, Connaught Road, Hove
City College Brighton and Hove, Wilson Avenue, Brighton
To be announced
PEL
CON
WIL
TBA
At first class report to reception area for confirmation of room numbers on each site
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Counselling
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Introduction to Counselling Skills
Level 1 - NCFE Certificate in Interpersonal Skills
050000
050001
050002
050003
050004
050005
10
10
10
10
10
10
weeks
weeks
weeks
weeks
weeks
weeks
17.09.08
17.09.08
14.01.09
14.01.09
22.04.09
22.04.09
Wed
Wed
Wed
Wed
Wed
Wed
0930-1230
1700-2000
0930-1230
1700-2000
0930-1230
1700-2000
Patrick
Patrick
Patrick
Patrick
Patrick
Patrick
Hunter
Hunter
Hunter
Hunter
Hunter
Hunter
CON
CON
CON
CON
CON
CON
Certificate in Counselling Skills
Level 2 - NCFE Certificate in Counselling
10 weeks
15.09.08
Mon
0930-1330 Karen Grant
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Certificate in Counselling Skills and Theory
Level 3 - NCFE Certificate in Counselling Skills and Theory
This experiential course is an ideal qualification for those wanting
to find out more about basic counselling skills and finding out
more about themselves. Two structured units take you through
each stage of the counselling process from defining what
counselling is to identifying needs and supporting clients. The
course content involves group and pair work building up listening
and observation skills which are desirable for many people-related
jobs. No previous experience or training is required for this course.
This qualification provides progression to level 2 Certificate in
Counselling Skills.
Fees: Cat A £150. Cat B £50. PLUS Assessment Fee £28
050010
Course Duration
No
CON
This course is an ideal qualification for those already working in
an environment where interpersonal skills are needed and who
wish to consolidate their skills and knowledge. It is also designed
for candidates who might wish to consider a career in counselling.
Learning is experiential and therefore personal development is an
inherent part of the course. Three structured units will enable you
to apply counselling skills, evaluate and develop your own work
and use counselling skills in context. In order to access this
qualification, candidates will need to have either the NCFE level
1 Certificate in Interpersonal Skills (or a similar award) or certified
practical experience of using counselling skills with a minimum of
30 hours. This qualification provides progression to level 3
Certificate in Counselling Skills and Theory.
050015
050016
20 weeks
20 weeks
15.01.09
12.01.09
Thu
Mon
1700-2100 David Taylor Jones CON
0930-1330 Karen Grant
CON
This course is an ideal qualification for those seeking to enhance
their functional role through the use of counselling skills (e.g.
nurses, social workers). It will also be useful to people seeking a
career change and wishing to develop as professional counsellors
and to anyone offering help on a one-to-one basis. It will also be
of use to those wishing to consolidate their skills and knowledge
in a counselling context. Issues of health and safety of both the
candidate and “client” are of key importance. These issues are
addressed and consolidated alongside the development of
counselling skills and theory through the qualification. In the 5
structured units you will learn to acquire, develop and practice
counselling skills, understand essential counselling theory,
understand professional issues, develop self and contextualise
counselling practice. Learning is experiential and therefore
personal development is an inherent part of the course. In order to
access this qualification, candidates will need to have either the
NCFE level 2 certificate in Counselling Skills (or similar award).
This qualification provides progress to level 4 Diploma in
Counselling.
Level 3 - Fastrack
050017
14 wks + 4 Sats 22.04.09 Wed 0930-1330 David Taylor Jones CON
Fees: Cat A £300. Cat B £50. PLUS Assessment Fee £68
Level 2 - Fastrack
050012
7 wks + 2 Sats 14.01.09 Wed 0930-1330 David Taylor Jones CON
Fees: Cat A £200. Cat B £50. PLUS Assessment Fee £59
Open Enrolment/Advice Sessions
Fee Categories
Category A
Full fee (the fee you will pay if you do not meet
any of the criteria in the following categories).
Category B
You are in receipt of a means tested benefit.
Category C
You are in receipt of a means tested benefit and
you have not yet achieved a full Level 2
qualification* and above.
Category D
You have not yet achieved a full Level 2
qualification* and above.
* see page 4 for Level 2 qualification details.
Saturday 28th June 2008
11.00am - 1.00pm
Saturday 6th September 2008
11.00am - 1.00pm
Drop-in Language Assessment Sessions
Tuesday 2nd - Thursday 4th September 2008
10.00am - 2.00pm
At the Connaught Centre, Connaught Road, Hove
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History
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
The Development of English Society 1870-1970
in Word and Image
A new and exciting vision of domestic history as revealed in
literature and the moving image: experiencing the progress of
social life in novels, as well as in non-fiction, and on film. This
course will consider interpretations of cultural, social and local
history as portrayed in visual images - words and pictures. We look
at mainly cultural changes across the nineteenth and twentieth
centuries in society and everyday life, although we also consider
the impact these had on life as a whole. We will experience the
progress of social, cultural and domestic life as seen in novels,
poetry and film, paintings, house layouts and other visual
documents, as well as looking at non-fiction and documentaries
for comparison. We will observe the visual experience of change in
architecture, domestic life and working conditions, technology,
women’s status, leisure activities, fashion and style and the arts.
We will particularly consider aspects and trends of the sixty years
1910-1970, during which time there was a rise in the popularity
of literature of all kinds, including novels, manuals and
magazines, especially for women. This period also encompasses
the development of cinema and its huge influence on every aspect
of daily living from architecture to furniture, fashion and cultural
activities. The cinematic experience exposed various ways of life
to different sections of society as viewed in particular genre of
film; for example crime, which portrayed a segment of society to
the middle classes. It also revealed high living and the distinctive
style of Art Deco to the working class.
Local history as portrayed in films such as Pink String and Sealing
Wax and Brighton Rock depicted the seaside, fishing, housing,
pubs, hotels and criminals in late Victorian and Thirties Brighton.
Patrick Hamilton’s novel The West Pier, gave a good view of social
life and behaviour in the town in the 1930’s.The course will be
illustrated with readings, extracts from novels, non-fiction, period
diaries, journals and newspapers, prints and illustrations,
architectural plans, film clips and video. Book lists available from
the tutor.
English Society in Word and Image 1870-1970
070015
10 weeks
22.09.08
Mon
1400-1600 Sarah Tobias
CON
We view the progress of social, cultural and domestic life as seen
in novels, poetry, film, paintings and other visual documents,
including non-fiction and documentaries. 1910-1970 saw a rise
in the popularity of literature of all kinds, especially for women.
This period also sees the development of cinema and its huge
influence on every aspect of daily living. Particular genres of film
exposed various ways of life to different sections of society; for
example crime films portrayed a segment of humanity to the
middle classes, while high living and the distinctive style of Art
Deco was revealed to the working class.
Fees: Cat A £82. Cat B £47. Cat C £37. Cat D £62
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Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
English Society in Word and Image - Brighton 1870’s-1930’s
070020
10 weeks
12.01.09
Mon
1400-1600 Sarah Tobias
CON
We look at cultural changes across the nineteenth and twentieth
centuries in society and everyday life. We view this period
particularly using film genre to represent social and domestic life,
looking mainly at local Brighton history as portrayed in films such
as Pink String and Sealing Wax and Brighton Rock. These films
depicted the seaside, fishing, housing, pubs, hotels and criminals
in late Victorian, and Thirties Brighton. Patrick Hamilton’s novel
The West Pier, also gave a good view of social life and behaviour
in the town in the 1930’s, which also represented the wider
society of England during this period.
Fees: Cat A £82. Cat B £47. Cat C £37. Cat D £62
English Society in Word and Image - Post-war Britain
070025
06 weeks
20.04.09
Mon
1400-1600 Sarah Tobias
CON
We look at austerity to affluence in post-war Britain as seen in the
many novels and films of the period. Books which had a social
impact and also became films include Room at the Top, A Kind of
Loving and Saturday Night and Sunday Morning. Modernisation
included changes in social attitudes, but some aspects of life –
especially for women - hardly changed at all, even during the
‘swinging sixties’.
Fees: Cat A £50. Cat B £29. Cat C £23. Cat D £38
Relax And Enjoy Connaught Saturday Afternoon
Talkshows - All New
Sit back and enjoy two or three hours of interesting, entertaining
talk in a relaxed atmosphere. We look at life in the 18th-20th
centuries, including local history. Just the tonic for a Saturday
afternoon, maybe after all that shopping! All talks illustrated with
books, slides or/and video, and artefacts where available.
The Café will be open for light refreshments.
The Regency World of Jane Austen - Saturday
120840
1 day
27.09.08
Sat
1400-1600 Sarah Tobias
CON
£10
By her early twenties Jane had written several novels, much prose
and numerous letters, and we view her Regency England world of
Bath, Portsmouth, great country houses, vicarages and other
places and their people, as delightfully described in her works;
including a visit to Brighton to view the fashionable parading
grounds, assembly halls, shops and seaside (Lydia, in “Pride and
Prejudice” was much taken by the many soldiers in the town). The
Prince Regent was a great admirer - she was no admirer of him!
We see how “Emma” came to be dedicated to the prince. A
charming afternoon entertainment.
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History
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
A Sussex Christmas - Saturday
120845
1 day
06.12.08
Sat
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
The Whiplash Curve - Edwardian Art Nouveau - Saturday
1300-1600 Sarah Tobias
CON
£15
Christmas festivities, legends and heart-warming tales, folklore
and amusing anecdotes of Sussex, from Medieval Winchelsea to
1920’s Rye; a late-Victorian Shepherd’s Christmas at Falmer to
dinner and tea for a large family gathering in a small cottage in
Rottingdean. The Boxgrove Tipteers (mummers) used to sing their
way across the countryside, blowing cow’s horns to announce their
arrival and then would entertain in large, country houses. Stories
of shepherds on the downlands, waits and carol singers, farmers,
Pooh Bear, gifts, ‘Going-a-Gooding’ and ghostly hauntings. A
cheerful afternoon to brighten your day.
120865
1 day
28.03.09
Sat
1300-1600 Sarah Tobias
CON
£15
This iconic style with its flowing, asymmetrical lines was found in
everything from art, architecture, furniture, fashion, jewellery,
ceramics, metalwork and glass. It followed on directly from
Victorian Arts & Crafts and was in response to radical changes and
technological advances. Highly decorative, with undulating,
flowing forms, waves and the famous ‘whiplash curve’, its organic
structure was influenced by many styles, folklore, ancient and
classical countries, plant forms, floral and leaf patterns, insectsespecially the dragon fly; long flowing tendrils of hair and
entwined foliage. A fabulous feast of colour illustrated with
masses of illustrations and some period artefacts.
Victorian and Edwardian Theatre and Music Hall - Saturday
120850
1 day
17.01.09
Sat
1400-1600 Sarah Tobias
CON
£10
Theatre entertainments covered a wide genre - from legitimate
theatre to circus and boisterous music hall, as well as sparkling
social comedies, such as Oscar Wilde’s ‘The Importance of Being
Earnest’. Favourite music hall songs told a story and reflected the
social history of the period. Popular songs included: ‘The Boy in
the Gallery’, ‘Oh! Mr Porter’ and ‘Joshuah’ and stars of the music
hall, such as Marie Lloyd, were famous. Female impersonators
dressed in elegant male attire to sing of ‘Burlington Bertie’ and
others, and Champagne Charlie was an example of early
advertising! A very jolly afternoon treat.
A History of Fashion, Shopping and Clothing - Saturday
120855
1 day
31.01.09
Sat
1300-1600 Sarah Tobias
CON
£15
A short introduction to the many changes of fashion throughout
history, mainly of women’s clothing and with emphasis on the
18th-20th centuries. Georgians were great shoppers - Ludgate Hill
and Regents Street were fashionable areas of London in which to
shop - and the Edwardians made shopping a leisure time activity,
particularly with the opening of Selfridges Department Store in
1909. Styles of clothing and underwear changed rapidly and some
of it was elegant, practical, silly or constricting. Items of Victorian,
1920’s/30’s and 50’s costume, as well as many illustrations make
this afternoon great fun.
The New Wave - Cinema in the 1950’s and 1960’s - Saturday
120860
1 day
14.02.09
Sat
1400-1600 Sarah Tobias
CON
£10
After the war there was a fascinating phase of filmmaking,
described as ‘gritty realism’, ‘angry young men’ or ‘kitchen sink
drama’ (more associated with theatre), often based on books of the
same title and described as ‘New Wave’, which showed everyday
life and ordinary people. Generally set in the North the young,
male protagonist fights against class distinction and wants to
‘better himself’ in films such as “Room at the Top”, “Saturday
Night and Sunday Morning” and “A Kind of Loving”. An
interesting exploration of society as reflected on film and a filmfeast for film-lovers on St. Valentine’s Day.
Saturday Study Day
More in-depth than the talkshows with greater group participation
and debate. Illustrated with books, slides or/and video and
artefacts.
Art Deco and Modernism - Saturday
120870
1 day
25.04.09
Sat
1100-1600 Sarah Tobias
CON
£20
After WWI a new, very distinctive style emerged, directly following
Art Nouveau. Architectural buildings of every type from churches
to cinemas, houses, bus stations, garages and lidos were
developed in this style which was influenced by earlier, Ancient
Egyptian, Greek and neo-classical forms. The smooth lines and
geometric patterns were found in everything from art to fashion,
furniture, light fittings, ornaments, glass, ceramics and jewellery.
Cinema and film included elegant sets and flowing dresses and
the style reached its height of fashion in the Hollywood musical.
A glamourous, elegant treat including period artefacts.
Family History - Beginners
070055
10 weeks
25.09.08
Thu
1000-1200 Pamela Simons
CON
Always wanted to find out about your family’s history? This course
will show newcomers to this fascinating hobby how to set about
researching their family tree. Guidance through available sources
of information for England and Wales from 1538 will be provided,
and advice as to the best ways to use them. Internet sources also
covered. A day's visit to a London archive forms part of this course.
(Tuition but not fares included in fees.)
Fees: Cat A £82. Cat B £47. Cat C £37. Cat D £62
Family History for Beginners - Saturday
120875
1 day
01.11.08
Sat
1000-1600 Pamela Simons
CON
£25
Have you ever wondered if it would be possible to trace your family
and find out more about your ancestry? This one day course is
designed to help you get started, and give you some idea of what
is involved.
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History
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Equality & Diversity
Further Family History
070060
10 weeks
15.01.09
Thu
1000-1200 Pamela Simons
CON
Family tree just a skeleton? Come along and see what other
records are available to help you put some flesh on those bones.
Internet sources covered. A day’s visit to the National Archives at
Kew forms part of this course. (Tuition but not fares included in
fees.)
Fees: Cat A £82. Cat B £47. Cat C £37. Cat D £62
Further Family History - Saturday
120880
1 day
14.02.09
Sat
1000-1600 Pamela Simons
CON
£25
This course is a continuation of 120875 and is also suitable for
people who, having made some headway with their family tree,
would like some guidance to going further back in time. We will be
concentrating chiefly upon parish registers and the Mormon Index,
and there will be some opportunity to discuss your own research.
At the College we are delighted to have
students from a wide range of backgrounds,
experiences and personal attributes. We
want all in our community to feel confident
about coming to study here and where each
of you can achieve the best that you are
able to.
We have a clear equality and diversity policy
that means we will:
Family History - and Beyond!
070065
06 weeks
26.09.08
Fri
1000-1200 Pamela Simons
CON
Got beyond the basics with Family History? Like to discover more
about your ancestors’ lives, and maybe track down those elusive
ones? Want to know more about what families in the past were
like? A mixture of social history and genealogical troubleshooting,
this course is suitable for people progressing from ‘Further family
History’ or for those who have done a fair amount of genealogy,
and would like to further expand their knowledge. This course runs
every other week from 26 Sept.
Fees: £50
Genealogy on the Internet
080120
080125
06 weeks
06 weeks
16.10.08
29.01.09
Thu
Thu
1330-1530 Pamela Simons
1330-1530 Pamela Simons
CON
CON
More genealogical information comes on line all the time. If only
you could find your way through the maze! For people keen on
genealogy, which have done some work on their family trees, but
either are not particularly confident on the Internet, or
overwhelmed by the number of sites, this course will pinpoint key
sites, guide you around them, and help give you the practice,
assurance and skills to cope successfully with genealogical
surfing. The student should have basic computer skills - know how
to use a mouse etc. This course is not suitable for a complete
computer novice.
Fees: £50
• work to create an environment where
students feel safe, respected and listened
to regardless of their backgrounds or
personal attributes
• recognise and celebrate individual
differences
• prevent and directly challenge any
discrimination or unfair treatment
• identify areas of inequality of opportunity
put in place actions to address them
This commitment runs right through all
aspects of college life. We have a wide
range of support services for students who
may need additional help. We have clear
policies on behaviour, anti-bullying and the
rights and responsibilities of students.
Genealogy on the Internet 1 - 2 Saturdays
120885
2 days 07+28.03.09 Sat 1000-1600
Pamela Simons
CON
£50
More genealogical information comes on line all the time. If only
you could find your way through the maze! For people keen on
genealogy, but not confident on the Internet or overwhelmed by
the number of sites, this 2 day course will pinpoint key sites,
guide you around them, and help give you the practice, assurance
and skills to cope successfully with genealogical surfing. (Please
note - NOT suitable for people with very limited or no computer
skills.)
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Finally we include in our courses the
importance of respecting difference and
understanding of equality of opportunity
for all.
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Writing and Literature
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Feature Writing
Course Duration
No
Feature-Writing for Newspapers and Magazines 1 Saturdays
1 day
1 day
1 day
27.09.08
14.02.09
25.04.09
Sat
Sat
Sat
1000-1600 Elaine Hills-Haney CON
1000-1600 Elaine Hills-Haney CON
1000-1600 Elaine Hills-Haney CON
£25
£25
£25
More than 8,000 periodicals are published in the UK and much
of the content comes from freelance contributors. Writing features
is a fun and gratifying way of earning extra cash and almost
anyone can do it. The course looks at the planning and writing of
features, from generating ideas, researching and interviewing, to
structuring and writing an article effectively.
1 day
1 day
1 day
11.10.08
07.03.09
16.05.09
Sat
Sat
Sat
1000-1600 Elaine Hills-Haney CON
1000-1600 Elaine Hills-Haney CON
1000-1600 Elaine Hills-Haney CON
£25
£25
£25
The aim of this workshop is to tighten up your writing ready for
submission. We’ll be focusing on the crucial stages of editing and
proofreading as well as at the legal pitfalls every aspiring writer
needs to be aware of. We’ll also be looking at the best ways of
ensuring your writing makes it into print. Students can bring work
they’ve already written to target it to a particular publication ready
for submission.
Script Writing
08 weeks
08 weeks
08 weeks
15.09.08
13.01.09
22.04.09
Tutor
Venue
Fee
05 weeks
12.01.09
Mon
1900-2100 Carol Harrison
CON
Writing For Television
08 weeks
08 weeks
17.09.08
20.04.09
Wed
Mon
1000-1200 Carol Harrison
1900-2100 Carol Harrison
CON
CON
Do you have an undiscovered talent? Have you got a brilliant idea for
a television series and don’t know how to go about writing it? Well
here is your unique opportunity. Award winning actress and screen
writer Carol Harrison star of Eastenders and TV writer with an MA
in Screen Writing will help you develop that talent while teaching
the skills and techniques needed to write for television. On this
exciting and inspirational course you will learn; presentation,
script layout, plot, structure, dialogue how to copyright your idea
and where to send it. Exploring Drama, Sit Com, Serials,
Adaptation and Soap. Don’t just think about it - it’s time to write it!
Fees: £66
How To Write a Screen Play Workshop - Saturdays
Screen Writing Course
070100
070105
070110
Start
Time
This course is suitable for those who have completed award
winning actress and screenwriter Carol Harrison’s Screen Writing
course, or those who have some previous experience of
screenwriting. The course will further explore structure, character
and genre, as well as writing for different mediums including TV.
Students will also discover how to write a synopsis and treatment
of their own idea, how to pitch it to a producer, where to send it
and how to get an Agent. This exciting in-depth course will arm you
with all you need to begin your ‘Adventures in the Screen Trade’.
Fees: £42
070120
070125
Feature-Writing for Newspapers and Magazines 2 Saturdays
121080
121085
121090
Day
Screen Writing Intermediate
070115
121050
121055
121060
Start
Date
Mon
Tue
Tue
1900-2100 Carol Harrison
1900-2100 Carol Harrison
1900-2100 Carol Harrison
CON
CON
CON
Have you ever watched a film or television series and thought “I can
do better than that”? Here is your unique opportunity. Award winning
actress and screenwriter Carol Harrison, star of Eastenders and TV
writer with an MA in screenwriting shares her ‘secrets of the
screen trade’. Inspirational and effective, her course will teach you
all the fundamental skills of scriptwriting. Combining insight with
creativity, she will guide you through developing an idea,
structuring a plot, choosing the right style and genre, developing
three dimensional characters and creating original dialogue. Don’t
just think about it. Who knows, soon you could be watching your very
own TV series!
Fees: £66
121095
121155
121160
1 day
1 day
1 day
01.11.08
31.01.09
16.05.09
Sat
Sat
Sat
1000-1600 Carol Harrison
1000-1600 Carol Harrison
1000-1600 Carol Harrison
CON
CON
CON
£25
£25
£25
Carol Harrison, award winning actress and screenwriter, star of
Eastenders and TV writer with an MA in screenwriting presents a
series of unique inspirational workshops. Sharing her secrets of the
screen trade, she will take you on a creative journey to learn the
art of writing from your heart for TV and film. Step-by-step she will
guide you to ‘finding’ your story’, discovering your characters,
teach you how to structure a script, and even how to set it out on
the page. Illustrated by classic movies, exciting exercises, creative
actions, and effective techniques. Come and experience this
unique insight into a world of imagination. Have a fun day and
learn ‘How to Write a Screenplay’. Bring paper, pen or pencil, and
8”x5” plain postcards.
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Writing and Literature
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Creative Writing
Course Duration
No
Write Away! Creative Writing
10 weeks
10 weeks
10 weeks
15.09.08
12.01.09
20.04.09
Mon
Mon
Mon
1900-2100 Heather Reay
1900-2100 Heather Reay
1900-2100 Heather Reay
CON
CON
CON
Have you ever wanted to write? Come and have a go in a friendly
and supportive environment. This workshop based course will
approach various kinds of creative writing, including
autobiography, poetry and fiction. We will explore techniques for
sparking the imagination and tapping your inner creativity, as well
as developing skills and improving style. Suitable for complete
beginners and those who have already begun writing for fun fame
or fortune.
Fees: Cat A £82. Cat B £47. Cat C £37. Cat D £62
Write Away Further - Creative Writing
This is a continuation of the existing course Write Away!
070155
070160
070165
10 weeks
10 weeks
10 weeks
17.09.08
14.01.09
22.04.09
Wed
Wed
Wed
1900-2100 Heather Reay
1900-2100 Heather Reay
1900-2100 Heather Reay
CON
CON
CON
Come and learn some more and have fun with stories, memoirs
and other kinds of creative writing. We will try out some new ideas
and techniques for improving style and waking up the imagination.
Writing enthusiasts who have not taken a class with me before will
also be able to join this class if they already have some experience
of the subject.
Fees: Cat A £82. Cat B £47. Cat C £37. Cat D £62
10 weeks
23.09.08
Tue
1900-2100 Gowan Hewlett
CON
Children’s stories are so engaging and yet there are specific things
that you need to make that story successful. On this course, we
will cover the range of motivations for children to read, how you
should target your writing and planning the narrative for your
audience. No previous experience is necessary, but a willingness
to try is!
Fees: Cat A £82. Cat B £47. Cat C £37. Cat D £62
Short Stories - Summer School
070190
5 days
06.07.09
Start
Time
Tutor
Daily
1000-1600 Gowan Hewlett
CON
The short story is the most misunderstood form of writing and yet
the most far reaching. During this week, you will be offered the
space to develop ideas, plot your story, write and edit and get
feedback from your peers. This will be a hands on writing
workshop to support you towards a developed short story.
Fees: Cat A £102. Cat B £59. Cat C £46. Cat D £71
Fee
4 days 27/30.07.09 + 03/06.08.09 1000-1600 Todd Kingsley-Jones CON
Writing For Pleasure And Profit - Saturdays
121170
121172
121175
121178
121180
1
1
1
1
1
day
day
day
day
day
27.09.08
01.11.08
17.01.09
14.02.09
16.05.09
Sat
Sat
Sat
Sat
Sat
1000-1600
1000-1600
1000-1600
1000-1600
1000-1600
Todd
Todd
Todd
Todd
Todd
Kingsley-Jones
Kingsley-Jones
Kingsley-Jones
Kingsley-Jones
Kingsley-Jones
CON
CON
CON
CON
CON
£25
£25
£25
£25
£25
So you want to be a writer? Learn how to channel your potential to
write under the guidance of an award-winning author, playwright
and poet. Release the ideas which are latent within you and
produce fiction and non-fiction to a standard worthy of your
untapped talent. Get to grips with writing the short stories, books
and articles you have always wanted to write. Planning the
synopsis; characterisation; presentation, etc, are all covered in
this comprehensive course. If you have ambitions to write, this is
your opportunity to learn the fundamentals of the craft.
Poetry
05 weeks
24.02.09
Tue
1400-1600 Gowan Hewlett
CON
This short course is designed to explore the range of styles and
approaches through looking at other poet’s work and developing
your own style. Get the tools to unlock your lyricism.
Fees: £42
Autobiography - Write Your Life
070210
05 weeks
23.04.09
Thu
1400-1600 Heather Reay
CON
In everyone’s life there are many stories to be told. Create
masterpieces from memories and find the extraordinary in your
world. This course is suitable for all levels and abilities, even if you
have never written anything before.
Fees: £42
Fee Categories
Category A
Full fee (the fee you will pay if you do not meet
any of the criteria in the following categories).
Category B
You are in receipt of a means tested benefit.
Category C
You are in receipt of a means tested benefit and
you have not yet achieved a full Level 2
qualification* and above.
Category D
You have not yet achieved a full Level 2
qualification* and above.
* see page 4 for Level 2 qualification details.
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Venue
Successful writing is in the redrafting and editing. This summer
school has been designed to give you time to re-write between the
sessions and be supported by an award winning author. You will
gain skills to help with your editing and the opportunity for
individual support to take your writing closer to completion. Please
bring the opening 1,000 words of a draft to the first session. The
course will run on 2 consecutive weeks Mondays and Thursdays
from 27 July 2009.
Fees: Cat A £82. Cat B £47. Cat C £37. Cat D £62
070200
Writing For Children
070180
Day
Re-write Right - Summer School
070195
070140
070145
070150
Start
Date
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Writing and Literature
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Studying With The CCE New Ways Into Your Local University
These courses at the Connaught Centre are organised by
the University of Sussex Centre for Continuing Education's
Open Courses and are designed to provide accessible and
local opportunities to study at higher education level with
a supportive and expert tutor.
Open Courses carry higher education credit, which can be
a stepping-stone to University of Sussex certificates,
diplomas and degrees. Students participate actively in
Open Courses (through discussion, group work and
individual assignments) and tutors assess their
contribution and offer advice and guidance on
opportunities for further study.
For details of
part-time
qualifications and
short courses see
our new Part-time
Prospectus
For further information on CCE Open Courses, please
telephone 01273 877888 email: [email protected]
or visit www.sussex.ac.uk/cce
Contemporary Fiction and Autobiography:
Newcomers to Britain
20 weeks 25.09.08
Thu
1000-1200
Ruth Brown CON
(A University of Sussex Centre for Continuing Education course).
Some of the liveliest fiction in Britain today is from the
viewpoint of newcomers, seeing the nation and its
traditions afresh. Novelists studied include Hanif Kureishi
and Rose Tremain.
Fees: Cat A £160. Cat B £90
Fiction: Humour and the Spirit of the Times
20 weeks 25.09.08
Thu
1400-1600
Ruth Brown
CON
(A University of Sussex Centre for Continuing Education course).
Novelists have often used humour to offer a view of the
times they live in. We study six nineteenth and twentieth
century writers, including Evelyn Waugh and Angela Carter.
Fees: Cat A £160. Cat B £90
Centres, Venues and Codes
City College Brighton and Hove, Pelham Street, Brighton
City College Brighton and Hove, Connaught Centre, Connaught Road, Hove
City College Brighton and Hove, Wilson Avenue, Brighton
To be announced
PEL
CON
WIL
TBA
OUT NOW!
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Computing and Business Skills
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Business Skills
Business Start up
080150
080155
080160
05 weeks
05 weeks
05 weeks
15.09.08
12.01.09
20.04.08
Mon
Mon
Mon
1900-2100 Martin Clay
1900-2100 Martin Clay
1900-2100 Martin Clay
PEL
PEL
PEL
Starting your own business can be both exhilarating and worrying.
What do you need? Where will you get the money from? What are
the legal issues you need to consider? If you have decided to go
into business for yourself this course will help you consider the
disciplines involved in more depth. By the end of this course you
will be able to market, finance and run your business with more
confidence. It will also show you how to grow and manage your
business over time.
Fees: £42
Connaught
Coffee Shop
A warm welcome awaits you
at the Connaught Coffee Shop
Opening Hours
Mon - Thu 8.30am - 3.30pm
5.45pm - 8.45pm
Fri
8.30am - 3.00pm
Saturday
Open All Day
Would you like
to get on?
FREE classes in
Literacy and Numeracy
for all levels.
If you missed out on
GCSE Maths or English
at school, why not get a
new literacy/numeracy
qualification?
Courses run throughout
the year.
Hot and Cold Drinks, Sandwiches,
Cakes, Confectionery
Contact:
Literacy and Numeracy
01273 667788 ext. 360
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Computing and Business Skills
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Computing
10
10
10
10
10
10
weeks
weeks
weeks
weeks
weeks
weeks
080030
080040
23.09.08
23.09.08
13.01.09
13.01.09
21.04.09
21.04.09
Tue
Tue
Tue
Tue
Tue
Tue
1000-1200
1230-1430
1000-1200
1230-1430
1000-1200
1230-1430
tba
tba
Helen
Helen
Helen
Helen
Skilton
Skilton
Skilton
Skilton
CON
CON
CON
CON
CON
CON
Would you like to learn how to use a computer in a relaxed and
friendly atmosphere? This course is the ideal introduction to using
your computer. You will work at your own pace and learn basic
word processing skills, how to use email and the internet. Don’t be
afraid! Come and have a go!
Fees: Cat A £82. Cat B £47. Cat C £37. Cat D £62
Computing - Improvers 1
080014
080015
080016
080017
080018
080019
10
10
10
10
10
10
weeks
weeks
weeks
weeks
weeks
weeks
26.09.08
26.09.08
16.01.09
16.01.09
24.04.09
24.04.09
Fri
Fri
Fri
Fri
Fri
Fri
1000-1200
1230-1430
1000-1200
1230-1430
1000-1200
1230-1430
tba
tba
Helen
Helen
Helen
Helen
Skilton
Skilton
Skilton
Skilton
CON
CON
CON
CON
CON
CON
Know a little about computing but want to know more? Frustrated
over simple computing tasks? Then this course is for you. Covering
a broad range of skills including file management, word
processing, slide show presentation, surfing the Internet and
sending Emails. Brush up on your computer skills and learn new
ones. Get up to speed quickly.
Fees: Cat A £82. Cat B £47. Cat C £37. Cat D £62
10 weeks
10 weeks
10 weeks
24.09.08
14.01.09
22.04.09
Wed
Wed
Wed
1000-1200 tba
1000-1200 Helen Skilton
1000-1200 Helen Skilton
CON
CON
CON
Do you have some experience with computers but not yet in
control? This course is designed to recall your Word, Internet,
Email and File Management skills and take it to the next step.
Learn how to create labels or envelopes; how to organise your files
and emails; visit Interactive web sites i.e. chat room, message
boards; create spreadsheets and make sense of common
computing jargon.
Fees: Cat A £82. Cat B £47. Cat C £37. Cat D £62
Everyday IT
080027
080028
10 weeks
10 weeks
16.09.08
13.01.09
Tue
Tue
1900-2030 Catherine Manning CON
1900-2030 Catherine Manning CON
A course for beginners and those with some experience. Come and
learn how to use computers for everyday tasks: make greetings
cards with pictures, find what you’re looking for on the internet,
and edit digital photographs. You can learn how to do your grocery
shopping online and even how to choose and book your next
holiday. This is a friendly class to learn new skills and build
confidence with using computers.
Fees: Cat A £62. Cat B £36. Cat C £29. Cat D £47
38
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
10 weeks
10 weeks
15.09.08
12.01.09
Mon
Mon
1300-1500 Kevin Halsall
1300-1500 Kevin Halsall
CON
CON
Getting the most from your digital camera. Explore the different
settings and features of your camera and learn how to use a
computer to enhance, organise and share your photographs.
Fees: Cat A £82. Cat B £47. Cat C £37. Cat D £62
Photoshop
080060
080065
10 weeks
10 weeks
15.09.08
12.01.09
Mon
Mon
1000-1200 Kevin Halsall
1000-1200 Kevin Halsall
CON
CON
A chance to exploring the possibilities of this powerful image
manipulation program. We will be using photoshop to enhance
digital photographs, scan and repair old photographs, create
montages and prepare images for sharing by email or on the web.
Fees: Cat A £82. Cat B £47. Cat C £37. Cat D £62
Using Spreadsheets - Saturday
121190
1 day
01.11.08
Sat
1000-1600 Kevin Halsall
CON
£25
Learn how to use the Microsoft Excel spreadsheet program to
make calculations, organise data and set up simple accounts.
PowerPoint For Presentations - Saturday
121195
1 day
15.11.08
Sat
1000-1600 Kevin Halsall
CON
£25
In this session we will create PowerPoint presentations, using text,
images and animation and have an opportunity to practice making
a presentation to the group using a screen and projector.
Genealogy on the Internet
080120
080125
Computing - Improvers 2
080020
080022
080025
Start
Date
Digital Photography
Computing - Beginners
080005
080006
080007
080010
080011
080012
Course Duration
No
06 weeks
06 weeks
16.10.08
29.01.09
Thu
Thu
1330-1530 Pamela Simons
1330-1530 Pamela Simons
CON
CON
More genealogical information comes on line all the time. If only
you could find your way through the maze! For people keen on
genealogy, but not confident on the Internet, or overwhelmed by
the number of sites, this course will pinpoint key sites, guide you
around them, and help give you the practice, assurance and skills
to cope successfully with genealogical surfing. The course is for
students who are keen on genealogy and have done some work on
their family trees, but either are not particularly confident on the
internet and/or want to know how to use genealogical sites to their
best advantage. The student should have basic computer skills –
know how to use a mouse etc. This course is not suitable for a
complete computer novice.
Fees: Cat A £50
Genealogy on the Internet 1 - 2 Saturdays
120885
07 + 28.03.09
1000-1600 Sat
Pamela Simons
CON
£50
More genealogical information comes on line all the time. If only
you could find your way through the maze! For people keen on
genealogy, but not confident on the Internet or overwhelmed by
the number of sites, this 2 day course will pinpoint key sites,
guide you around them, and help give you the practice, assurance
and skills to cope successfully with genealogical surfing. (Please
note - NOT suitable for people with very limited or no computer
skills.)
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Languages
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
There is a rich variety of language courses on offer at City College
to cover a wide range of needs, whether you need to prepare for an
exam or if you want to learn a language for leisure purposes only.
Quick Guide to Assessing Your Level
Beginners For those with no knowledge of the language
Lower Intermediate
Level 1
You will have attended a Beginners course for at least
two terms or have already acquired a basic knowledge
of the language
Level 2
You will have studied the language for at least two years
Upper Intermediate
Level 1
You will have studied the language for at least 3 years
Level 2
You will have studied the language for least 4 years
Advanced You will have studied the language for at least 5 years
or more
GCSE
You will have acquired a basic vocabulary and some
notion of grammar
AS
You will have studied Spanish to at least GCSE level or
the equivalent
A2
You will have studied Spanish to at least AS level or the
equivalent
Drop-in Assessment Sessions will be held from 1000 - 1400 on the
following dates at the Connaught Centre: Tuesday 2nd September,
Wednesday 3rd September and Thursday 4th September 2008 for all
of the languages listed.
A further opportunity for assessment and personal enrolment will take
place at our Open Day session on Saturday 6th September 2008,
1100 - 1400 at the Connaught Centre.
All students above Beginner level will be given an assessment at the
first meeting of their chosen class to ensure they are studying at the
appropriate level.
Fee Categories
Category A
Full fee (the fee you will pay if you do not meet
any of the criteria in the following categories).
Category B
You are in receipt of a means tested benefit.
Category C
You are in receipt of a means tested benefit and
you have not yet achieved a full Level 2
qualification* and above.
Category D
You have not yet achieved a full Level 2
qualification* and above.
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
We aim to make learning a language as fun and informative as
possible by organising and offering extra-curricular activities
during the course of the academic year. Regular activities include
weekly Language Clubs (subject to demand) held at external
venues where learners can practice their chosen language with
native speakers, play games and participate in quizzes using that
language. A week during the year is given over to celebrating
culture and language where students enjoy participating in plays,
dancing, food and wine tasting and also watching films in their
chosen language. Each year learners are given the opportunity to
join a trip abroad - we have so far visited Gran Canaria, Cuba,
Valencia and Nice.
Whether you want to study during the day, evening or just on the
occasional Saturday you are sure to find a programme that suits
you from our huge offer of both accredited and leisure courses.
Options for study are clearly marked against each course but if you
are still unsure then please contact our enrolment staff for advice
and help.
Arabic Beginners - Leisure Course
090000
20 weeks
22.09.08
Mon
1800-2000 Ali Rady
PEL
This course specialises in spoken Arabic, which includes the
phrases to be used in the following situations: introductions and
personal speaking, shopping, travel, food, hotel and tourist
information and directions. Useful for all those travelling to Arabic
countries or wanting to converse with Arab friends and family.
Fees: Cat A £162. Cat B £92. Cat C £72. Cat D £122
Arabic Lower Intermediate - Leisure Course
090002
20 weeks
23.09.08
Tue
1800-2000 Ali Rady
PEL
This course includes Arabic reading and writing as well as building
conversational ability. Applicants should have completed the
Beginners or be up to beginners standard. In the latter case
students must contact the tutor for confirmation on 01273
736491.
Fees: Cat A £162. Cat B £92. Cat C £72. Cat D £122
Chinese (Mandarin) Beginners - Leisure Course
090007
20 weeks
23.09.08
Tue
1900-2100 Lin Quan
PEL
This course is for absolute beginners with the main emphasis on
the spoken language. You will also be able to discover the cultural
wealth of China as the course progresses. A variety of teaching
methods will be used to suit the learners’ needs.
Fees: Cat A £162. Cat B £92. Cat C £72. Cat D £122
* see page 4 for Level 2 qualification details.
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Languages
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Chinese (Mandarin) Lower Intermediate - Leisure Course
French Lower Intermediate 1 - Accredited Courses
090008
090040L
090045L
20 weeks
24.09.08
Wed
1900-2100 Lin Quan
CON
A 20 week course for those who have already attended a
beginners’ course for at least two terms or have already acquired
a basic knowledge of the language. We will aim to expand your
vocabulary and knowledge.
Fees: Cat A £162. Cat B £92. Cat C £72. Cat D £122
French Beginners - Accredited Courses
090020L
090025L
090030L
30 weeks
30 weeks
30 weeks
22.09.08
24.09.08
25.09.08
Mon
Wed
Thu
1830-2030 Jean Sinfield
1645-1845 TBA
1830-2030 Cecile Crespi
CON
PEL
CON
Participants will be working towards the Entry 2 Single Award in
Practical Languages (Speaking and Listening) awarded by the
Awarding Body Consortium (ABC). This year long course is for
beginners. We will aim to develop the ability to communicate in
everyday situations, but at the same time to know some aspects of
the fascinating culture. Speaking and listening will be the main
focus of the course with advice on pronunciation. Some grammar
and written work is included if appropriate.
Fees: Cat A £180. Cat B £26. PLUS Examination Fee £8.25
These courses are for beginners. We will aim to develop the ability
to communicate in everyday situations, but at the same time to
know some aspects of the fascinating culture. Speaking and
listening will be the main focus of the course with advice on
pronunciation. Some grammar and written work is included if
appropriate.
090032
090034
20 weeks
20 weeks
23.09.08
13.01.09
Tue
Tue
1000-1200 Jean Sinfield
1830-2030 Cecile Crespi
CON
PEL
22.09.08
23.09.08
Wed
Thu
1900-2100 TBA
1830-2030 Jean Sinfield
French Lower Intermediate 1 - Leisure Course
090046
20 weeks
23.09.08
Tue
1000-1200 Cecile Crespi
French Lower Intermediate 2 - Accredited Course
30 weeks
25.09.08
Thu
1900-2100 TBA
French Upper Intermediate 1 - Accredited Course
090060
090038
5 days
16.02.09
Daily
1000-1500 Cecile Crespi
CON
An opportunity to learn basic survival skills in French.
Fees: Cat A £82. Cat B £47. Cat C £37. Cat D £62
French - Get Ready For Your Holiday - Leisure Courses
090040
10 weeks
23.04.09
Thu
1830-2030 tba
PEL
For absolute beginners. A lively and interesting introduction to the
French language through everyday holiday situations i.e. shopping,
booking excursions, asking directions, ordering a meal, greetings
Fees: Cat A £82. Cat B £47. Cat C £37. Cat D £62
CON
Participants will be working towards the Entry 3 Single Award in
Practical Languages (Speaking and Listening) awarded by the
Awarding Body Consortium (ABC). A year long course for those
who have already attended at least 2 years of the language in
Adult Education and who wish to improve their fluency and
grammar. We will aim to expand your vocabulary and knowledge.
Fees: Cat A £180. Cat B £26. PLUS Examination Fee £14
090036
27.09.08 Sat
1030-1230
Cecile Crespi
CON
Saturday dates are : 27 Sept, 11 Oct, 1 Nov, 15 Nov, 6 Dec 2008, 17 Jan, 31 Jan,
14 Feb, 7 Mar, 28 Mar, 25 Apr, 16 May 2009
French Intensive Beginners - 5 Day Intensive Leisure Course
CON
The course is designed for anyone who has already attended a
beginners’ course for at least 2 terms or has already acquired a
basic knowledge of the language. We will aim to expand your
vocabulary and knowledge.
Fees: Cat A £162. Cat B £92. Cat C £72. Cat D £122
Fees: Cat A £162. Cat B £92. Cat C £72. Cat D £122
Fees: Cat A £98. Cat B £56. Cat C £44. Cat D £68
PEL
CON
Participants will be working towards the Entry 3 Single Award in
Practical Languages (Speaking and Listening) awarded by the
Awarding Body Consortium (ABC). A year long course for those
who have already attended a beginners’ course for at least 2 terms
or have already acquired a basic knowledge of the language. We
will aim to expand your vocabulary and knowledge.
Fees: Cat A £180. Cat B £26. Cat C £26. Cat D £165 PLUS
Examination Fee £14
090055L
French Beginners - Leisure Courses
30 weeks
30 weeks
Fee
30 weeks
25.09.08
Thu
1845-2045 TBA
CON
Participants will be working towards the Entry 3 Single Award in
Practical Languages (Speaking and Listening) awarded by the
Awarding Body Consortium (ABC). This upper intermediate level is
a year long course for those who have already attended at least 3
years of Adult Education or already have the required knowledge
and wish to improve the fluency and grammar.
Fees: Cat A £180. Cat B £26. PLUS Examination Fee £14
Fee Categories
Category A
Full fee (the fee you will pay if you do not meet
any of the criteria in the following categories).
Category B
You are in receipt of a means tested benefit.
Category C
You are in receipt of a means tested benefit and
you have not yet achieved a full Level 2
qualification* and above.
Category D
You have not yet achieved a full Level 2
qualification* and above.
* see page 4 for Level 2 qualification details.
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Languages
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
French Advanced - Leisure Course
090070
20 weeks
22.09.08
Mon
CON
French Circle Advanced - Saturdays
12 Saturdays 27.09.08 Sat
1330-1530 Cecile Crespi
CON
This course looks at issues in contemporary society in French
speaking countries. It uses authentic sources to increase student’s
ability to communicate ideas and opinions.
Saturday dates are : 27 Sept, 11 Oct, 1 Nov, 15 Nov, 6 Dec 2008, 17 Jan, 31 Jan,
14 Feb, 7 Mar, 28 Mar, 25 Apr and 16 May 2009
Fees: Cat A £98. Cat B £56. Cat C £44. Cat D £68
30 weeks
24.09.08
Wed
1830-2030 Cecile Crespi
PEL
This course builds and develop your ability and confidence to
communicate in a range of practical situations. The course follows
the GCSE syllabus and leads to the GCSE examination. It is not
suitable for complete beginners.
Fees: Cat A £180. Cat B £26. Cat C £26. Cat D £165 PLUS
Examination Fee TBA
Modern Greek Beginners - Leisure Course
An introduction to basic Modern Greek. All students enrolling
require an interest in languages and commitment to study. The
course will include basic grammar and initially requires at least 2
hours a week of homework. Anybody wishing to discuss the course
content further is welcome to contact the course tutor via the
Connaught Centre on 01273 736491.
090130
20 weeks
23.09.08
Tue
1830-2030 TBA
20 weeks
01.10.08
Wed
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
1800-1930 Maria Manka
090140
20 weeks
01.10.08
Wed
1930-2100 Maria Manka
CON
There may be an opportunity to extend this course into the Spring
Term depending on numbers. A continuation course for students
who already have an understanding of both spoken and written
Greek. Emphasis will be given to communication skills. All
students enrolling require an interest in languages and
commitment to study. The course will include basic grammar and
initially requires at least 2 hours a week of homework. Anybody
wishing to discuss the course content further is welcome to
contact the course tutor via the Connaught Centre on 01273
736491.
Fees: Cat A £122. Cat B £70. Cat C £56. Cat D £92
090150
090155
20 weeks
20 weeks
22.09.08
14.01.09
Mon
Wed
1830-2030 Kamila Madejska-Wolf PEL
1830-2030 TBA
PEL
This course is for beginners. We will aim to develop the ability to
communicate in everyday situations, but at the same time to know
some aspects of the fascinating culture. Speaking and listening
will be the main focus of the course with advice on pronunciation.
Some grammar and written work is included if appropriate.
Fees: Cat A £162. Cat B £92. Cat C £72. Cat D £122
090160 12 Saturdays 27.09.08 Sat
1030-1230 TBA
CON
Saturday dates are: 27 Sept, 11 Oct, 1 Nov, 15 Nov, 6 Dec 2008, 17 Jan, 31 Jan,
14 Feb, 7 Mar, 28 Mar, 25 Apr and 16 May 2009
Fees: Cat A £98. Cat B £56. Cat C £44. Cat D £68
Italian Beginners - 5 Day Intensive - Leisure Course
An opportunity to learn basic survival skills in Italian.
090165
5 days
16.02.09
Daily
1000-1500 TBA
CON
Fees: Cat A £82. Cat B £47. Cat C £37. Cat D £62
PEL
Fees: Cat A £162. Cat B £92. Cat C £72. Cat D £122
090135
Day
Italian Beginners - Leisure Course
French GCSE - Accredited Course
090080L
Start
Date
Modern Greek Lower Intermediate - Leisure Course
1830-2030 Cecile Crespi
This course looks at issues in contemporary society in French
speaking countries. It uses authentic sources to increase student’s
ability to communicate ideas and opinions.
Fees: Cat A £162. Cat B £92. Cat C £72. Cat D £122
090075
Course Duration
No
Italian - Get Ready For Your Holiday - Leisure Course
CON
Fees: Cat A £122. Cat B £70. Cat C £56. Cat D £92
090170
10 weeks
23.04.09
Thu
1830-2030 TBA
PEL
For absolute beginners. A lively and interesting introduction to the
Italian language through everyday holiday situations i.e. shopping,
booking excursions, asking directions, ordering a meal, greetings
Fees: Cat A £82. Cat B £47. Cat C £37. Cat D £62
Italian Lower Intermediate - Leisure Course
090175
Fee Categories
Category A
Full fee (the fee you will pay if you do not meet
any of the criteria in the following categories).
Category B
You are in receipt of a means tested benefit.
Category C
You are in receipt of a means tested benefit and
you have not yet achieved a full Level 2
qualification* and above.
Category D
You have not yet achieved a full Level 2
qualification* and above.
* see page 4 for Level 2 qualification details.
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20 weeks
23.09.08
Tue
1830-2030 Kamila Madejska-wolf
PEL
A course for those who have already attended a beginners’ course
for at least two terms or have already acquired a basic knowledge
of the language. We will aim to expand your vocabulary and
knowledge.
Fees: Cat A £162. Cat B £92. Cat C £72. Cat D £122
Centres, Venues and Codes
City College Brighton and Hove, Pelham Street, Brighton
City College Brighton and Hove, Connaught Centre, Connaught Road, Hove
City College Brighton and Hove, Wilson Avenue, Brighton
To be announced
PEL
CON
WIL
TBA
At first class report to reception area for confirmation of room numbers on each site
Don’t delay - Enrol today on 01273 736491
Languages
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Italian Upper Intermediate - Leisure Course
090180
20 weeks
25.09.08
Thu
1830-2030 TBA
Japanese Beginners - Leisure Course
20 weeks
22.09.08
Mon
1900-2100 Sumi Murata
CON
There may be an opportunity to extend the course into the
Summer Term depending on numbers. If you want to learn the
Japanese language, either for business or holiday purposes, or
simply obtain an insight into a fascinating and very different
culture, you can make a good start with this course. It is suitable
for complete beginners and will include material on life in Japan
as well as the language itself. The main emphasis will be on
spoken Japanese and the cultural background but the written
language will also be introduced.
Fees: Cat A £162. Cat B £92. Cat C £72. Cat D £122
Japanese Lower Intermediate - Leisure Course
090195
20 weeks
24.09.08
Wed
1900-2100 Sumi Murata
CON
A course for those who have already attended a beginners’ course
for at least two terms or have already acquired a basic knowledge
of the language. We will aim to expand your vocabulary and
knowledge.
Fees: Cat A £162. Cat B £92. Cat C £72. Cat D £122
Polish Beginners - Leisure Course
010196
20 weeks
25.09.08
Thu
1830-2030 TBA
PEL
An introduction to basic Polish with emphasis on spoken language
in order to communicate in different situations - making friends,
eating and drinking, shopping, travelling etc. A variety of teaching
methods and strategies will be used including pair/group work,
role play and games. Students will also have the opportunity to
learn about Polish culture.
Term Fees: Cat A £162. Cat B £92. Cat C £72. Cat D £122
Open Enrolment/Advice Sessions
Saturday 28th June 2008
11.00am - 1.00pm
Saturday 6th September 2008
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Portuguese Beginners - Leisure Course
PEL
This advanced course looks at issues in contemporary society in
Italian speaking countries. It uses authentic sources to increase
students’ ability to communicate ideas and opinions.
Fees: Cat A £162. Cat B £92. Cat C £72. Cat D £122
090190
Course Duration
No
090200
090205
20 weeks
20 weeks
24.09.08
12.01.09
Wed
Mon
1900-2100 TBA
1900-2100 TBA
PEL
CON
There may be an opportunity to extend the course into the
Summer Term depending on numbers. Come and enjoy the
experience of learning a different language! This course aims to
give you the confidence to use basic survival Portuguese you need
in real life situations, such as meeting people, asking directions,
etc. Ideal for those wishing to visit Portugal on holidays. Details of
the course textbook will be given at the first lesson.
Fees: Cat A £162. Cat B £92. Cat C £72. Cat D £122
Portuguese Lower Intermediate - Leisure Course
090210
20 weeks
23.09.08
Tue
1900-2100 TBA
PEL
A continuation for those who already have a basic knowledge of
Portuguese and wish to improve their knowledge. At this level your
communication skills will be broadened through some grammar
and written work, building on your vocabulary and increasing your
speech and writing competence. Ideal for those wishing to visit
Portugal and/or Brazil on business or holidays. Details of the
course textbook will be given at the first lesson.
Fees: Cat A £162. Cat B £92. Cat C £72. Cat D £122
Russian Beginners - Leisure Course
090215
090216
20 weeks
20 weeks
23.09.08
15.0109
Tue
Thu
1830-2030 Maria Butcher
1830-2030 Maria Butcher
CON
PEL
This course is for complete beginners. Students will be
encouraged to start using the language as soon as possible. The
course will give you the confidence to use Russian in real life
situations, such as meeting people, travelling around, ordering
meals etc
Fees: Cat A £162. Cat B £92. Cat C £72. Cat D £122
Russian Intensive - 5 day Intensive - Leisure Course
090218
5 days
16.02.09
Daily
1000-1500 Maria Butcher
CON
An opportunity to learn basic survival skills in Russian. An
introduction to the language through everyday situations lively and
interesting.
Fees: Cat A £82. Cat B £47. Cat C £37. Cat D £62
Russian - Get Ready For Your Holiday - Leisure Course
090220
10 weeks
21.04.09
Tue
1830-2030 Maria Butcher
PEL
For absolute beginners. A lively and interesting introduction to the
Russian language through everyday holiday situations i.e.
shopping, booking excursions, asking directions, ordering a meal,
greetings
Fees: Cat A £82. Cat B £47. Cat C £37. Cat D £62
11.00am - 1.00pm
Drop-in Language Assessment Sessions
Tuesday 2nd - Thursday 4th September 2008
10.00am - 2.00pm
At the Connaught Centre, Connaught Road, Hove
Don’t delay - Enrol today on 01273 736491
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Languages
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Russian Lower Intermediate - Leisure Course
090222
20 weeks
24.09.08
Wed
1900-2100 Maria Butcher
Course Duration
No
24.09.08
Wed
1645-1845 Maria Butcher
CON
Spanish Beginners - Accredited Courses
34
30
30
34
30
30
weeks
weeks
weeks
weeks
weeks
weeks
22.09.08
23.09.08
23.09.08
24.09.08
24.09.08
25.09.08
Mon
Tue
Tue
Wed
Wed
Thu
1700-1900
1200-1400
1830-2030
1700-1845
1830-2030
1800-2000
Maria Simons
Maria Hernandez
Cristina Arrabal
Maria Simons
Teresa Fernandez
Maria Hernandez
CON
CON
PEL
PEL
CON
CON
Participants will be working towards the Entry 2 Single Award in
Practical Languages (Speaking and Listening) awarded by the
Awarding Body Consortium (ABC). These courses are for
beginners. We will aim to develop the ability to communicate in
everyday situations, but at the same time to know some aspects of
the fascinating culture. Speaking and listening will be the main
focus of the course with advice on pronunciation. Some grammar
and written work is included if appropriate.
Fees: Cat A £180. Cat B £26. PLUS Examination Fee £8.25
Spanish Beginners - Leisure Course
090260
090265
20 weeks
20 weeks
14.01.09
14.01.09
Wed
Wed
1000-1200 Maria Simons
1830-2030 TBA
PEL
PEL
These courses are for beginners. We will aim to develop the ability
to communicate in everyday situations, but at the same time to
know some aspects of the fascinating culture. Speaking and
listening will be the main focus of the course with advice on
pronunciation. Some grammar and written work is included if
appropriate.
Fees: Cat A £162. Cat B £92. Cat C £72. Cat D £122
090270
Venue
Fee
10 weeks
23.09.08
Tue
1900-2100 Esperanza Almagro PEL
Fees: Cat A £82. Cat B £47. Cat C £37. Cat D £62
Spanish Intensive Beginners - 5 day Intensive Leisure Course
An opportunity to learn basic survival skills in Spanish.
5 days
16.02.09
090277
Daily
1000-1500 Maria Simons
CON
4 days
26.05.09
Tue-Fri 1000-1500 TBA
CON
Fees: Cat A £66. Cat B £38. Cat C £30. Cat D £50
Spanish - Get Ready For Your Holiday - Leisure Course
090280
10 weeks
21.04.09
Tue
1830-2030 TBA
PEL
For absolute beginners. A lively and interesting introduction to the
Spanish language through everyday holiday situations i.e.
shopping, booking excursions, asking directions, ordering a meal,
greetings
Fees: Cat A £82. Cat B £47. Cat C £37. Cat D £62
Spanish Restart - Accredited Course
090285L
30 weeks
22.09.08
Mon
1800-2000 Maria Hernandez
CON
Participants will be working towards the Entry 2 Single Award in
Practical Languages (Speaking and Listening) awarded by the
Awarding Body Consortium (ABC). This year long course is for
‘almost beginners’ or anyone with just a minimal knowledge who
feel the need to go back over the basics as well as extend and
develop confidence.
Fees: Cat A £180. Cat B £26. PLUS Examination Fee £8.25
Spanish Lower Intermediate Level 1 - Accredited Courses
090290L
090295L
090300L
30 weeks
30 weeks
34 weeks
23.09.08
24.09.08
25.09.08
Tue
Wed
Thu
1900-2100 Eva Esteve
1000-1200 Maria Hernandez
1215-1400 Maria Simons
CON
CON
PEL
Participants will be working towards the Entry 3 Single Award in
Practical Languages (Speaking and Listening) awarded by the
Awarding Body Consortium (ABC). A year long course for those
who have already attended a beginners’ course for at least two
terms or have already acquired a basic knowledge of the language.
We will aim to expand your vocabulary and structures knowledge
further.
Fees: Cat A £180. Cat B £26. PLUS Examination Fee £14
090267 12 Saturdays 27.09.08 Sat
1000-1200 Teresa Fernandez CON
Saturday dates are: 27 Sept, 11 Oct, 1 Nov, 15 Nov, 6 Dec 2008, 17 Jan, 31 Jan,
14 Feb, 7 Mar, 28 Mar, 25 Apr and 16 May 2009
Fees: Cat A £98. Cat B £56. Cat C £44. Cat D £68
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Tutor
Fees: Cat A £82. Cat B £47. Cat C £37. Cat D £62
There may be an opportunity to extend the course into the
Summer Term depending on numbers. This course is designed for
students who already have a knowledge of Russian language
structure and vocabulary and who wish to achieve greater fluency
in oral and written expression when possible. We will aim to
expand your vocabulary and your grammar knowledge.
Fees: Cat A £162. Cat B £92. Cat C £72. Cat D £122
090230L
090235L
090240L
090245L
090250L
090255L
Start
Time
Learn Spanish the e-way! We will mainly use resources such as
websites, videos and City College virtual learning environment.
090275
Russian Upper Intermediate - Leisure Course
20 weeks
Day
e-Spanish Beginners - Leisure Course
CON
There may be an opportunity to extend the course into the
Summer Term depending on numbers. The course is designed for
anyone who has already attended a beginners’ course for at least
2 terms or has already acquired a basic knowledge of the
language. We will aim to expand your vocabulary and knowledge.
Fees: Cat A £162. Cat B £92. Cat C £72. Cat D £122
090224
Start
Date
Don’t delay - Enrol today on 01273 736491
Languages
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Spanish Lower Intermediate Level 1 - Leisure Course
Spanish Upper Intermediate Level 1 - Leisure Course
090305
090335
20 weeks
23.09.08
Tue
1830-2030 Teresa Fernandez PEL
20 weeks
25.09.08
Thu
Fee
1900-2100 Teresa Fernandez PEL
A course for those who have already attended a beginners’ course
for at least two terms or have already acquired a basic knowledge
of the language. We will aim to expand your vocabulary and
structures knowledge further.
Fees: Cat A £162. Cat B £92. Cat C £72. Cat D £122
The course is designed for anyone who has already attended a
beginners’ course for at least 2 terms or has already acquired a
basic knowledge of the language. We will aim to expand your
vocabulary and structures knowledge further.
Fees: Cat A £162. Cat B £92. Cat C £72. Cat D £122
090310 12 Saturdays 27.09.08 Sat
1000-1200 Maria Simons
CON
Saturday dates are: 27 Sept, 11 Oct, 1 Nov, 15 Nov, 6 Dec 2008, 17 Jan, 31 Jan,
14 Feb, 7 Mar, 28 Mar, 25 Apr and 16 May 2009
Spanish Upper Intermediate Level 2 - Accredited Courses
Fees: Cat A £98. Cat B £56. Cat C £44. Cat D £68
Spanish Lower Intermediate Level 2 - Accredited Courses
090315L
090320L
090325L
30 weeks
30 weeks
30 weeks
23.09.08
22.09.08
25.09.08
Tue
Mon
Thu
1000-1200 Maria Hernandez
1900-2100 Maria Simons
1800-2000 Maria Simons
CON
CON
PEL
Participants will be working towards the Entry 3 Single Award in
Practical Languages (Speaking and Listening) awarded by the
Awarding Body Consortium (ABC). A year long course for those
who have already attended at least 2 years of the language in
Adult Education and who wish to improve the fluency and
grammar. We will aim to expand your vocabulary and structures
knowledge further.
Fees: Cat A £180. Cat B £26. PLUS Examination Fee £14
Spanish Upper Intermediate Level 1 - Accredited Courses
090330L
30 weeks
26.09.08
Fri
1000-1200 Maria Hernandez
CON
Participants will be working towards the Entry 3 Single Award in
Practical Languages (Speaking and Listening) awarded by the
Awarding Body Consortium (ABC). This upper intermediate level is
a year long course for those who have already attended at least 3
years of Adult Education or already have the required knowledge
and wish to improve the fluency and grammar.
Fees: Cat A £180. Cat B £26. PLUS Examination Fee £14
090340L
090345L
30 weeks
30 weeks
22.09.08
25.09.08
Mon
Thu
1830-2030 Teresa Fernandez CON
1000-1200 Maria Hernandez CON
Participants will be working towards the Level 2 Single Award in
Practical Languages (Speaking and Listening) awarded by the
Awarding Body Consortium (ABC). A year long course for those
who have attended 4 years of the language in Adult Education or
equivalent, with a good knowledge of the language and wish to
improve their fluency using conversation and general revision of
the advanced structures grammar, idioms and cross-culture.
Fees: Cat A £180. Cat B £26. PLUS Examination Fee £16
Spanish Advanced - Tertulia Espanola - Leisure Course
090350 12 Saturdays 27.09.08
Sat
1230-1430 Maria Simons
CON
A course for learners who have studied Spanish to A2 level or
equivalent and are fluent in Spanish and wish to develop their
conversational skills further. You will have the opportunity to
discuss current issues, films, literature etc in a friendly and
relaxed atmosphere.
Saturday dates are: 27 Sept, 11 Oct, 1 Nov, 15 Nov, 6 Dec 2008, 17 Jan, 31 Jan,
14 Feb, 7 Mar, 28 Mar, 25 Apr and 16 May 2009
Fees: Cat A £98. Cat B £56. Cat C £44. Cat D £68
Get Ready for GCSE Spanish
090355
5 days
08.09.08
Daily
1000-1500 Maria Hernandez
CON
This course will focus on the skills and knowledge you will need to
join and be successful on a GCSE Spanish course. Previous
knowledge of the language is required. If you do this course it will
help you achieve a good foundation and gain confidence to follow
the GCSE course below.
Fees: Cat A £82. Cat B £47. Cat C £37. Cat D £62
Fee Categories
Category A
Full fee (the fee you will pay if you do not meet
any of the criteria in the following categories).
Category B
You are in receipt of a means tested benefit.
Category C
You are in receipt of a means tested benefit and
you have not yet achieved a full Level 2
qualification* and above.
Category D
You have not yet achieved a full Level 2
qualification* and above.
* see page 4 for Level 2 qualification details.
Centres, Venues and Codes
City College Brighton and Hove, Pelham Street, Brighton
City College Brighton and Hove, Connaught Centre, Connaught Road, Hove
City College Brighton and Hove, Wilson Avenue, Brighton
To be announced
PEL
CON
WIL
TBA
At first class report to reception area for confirmation of room numbers on each site
Don’t delay - Enrol today on 01273 736491
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Languages
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Spanish GCSE - Accredited Courses
090360L
30 weeks
24.09.08
Wed
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Turkish Beginners - Leisure Course
1800-2000 Maria Hernandez
CON
This is a well recognised qualification in Spanish and may help
improve job prospects or may be used to enter further study, for
example A-level or A/S-level courses in Spanish. It is also a
qualification you may want to study just out of interest, to brush
up existing skills or to learn some useful phrases for your holidays.
This course has been extremely successful with 99% of students
attaining A* passes over the last 3 years.
Fees: Cat A £180. Cat B £26. PLUS Examination Fee TBA
090385
20 weeks
25.09.08
Thu
1900-2100 Mustafa Mersinoglu
PEL
An introduction to basic Turkish with emphasis on spoken
language in order to communicate in different situations - making
friends, eating and drinking, shopping, travelling etc. A variety of
teaching methods and strategies will be used including pair/group
work, role play and games. Students will also have the opportunity
to learn about Turkish culture.
Fees: Cat A £162. Cat B £92. Cat C £72. Cat D £122
Introduction To British Sign Language
Get Ready for AS Spanish
090370
5 days
08.09.08
Daily
090415
1000-1500 Maria Simons
CON
This course is for students who have studied Spanish to at least
GCSE level or equivalent. The course will focus on the skills and
knowledge you will need to join and be successful on an AS
Spanish course.
Fees: Cat A £82. Cat B £47. Cat C £37. Cat D £62
Spanish AS - Accredited Courses
090365L
30 weeks
23.09.08
Tue
1900-2100 Maria Simons
PEL
30 weeks
16.09.08
Tue
1900-2100 Andrew Sellars
CON
An accredited course leading to the Entry Level 3 Award in
Speaking and Listening (an Awarding Body Consortium
qualification). Topics studied include greetings, grammar,
numbers, months, dates, food and drink, money and shopping and
directions. The course is designed to enable students with little or
no experience of BSL to acquire basic ability to communicate with
Deaf people using sign language and provide information about
Deaf people, the Deaf community and Deaf culture.
Fees: Cat A £180. Cat B £26. PLUS Examination Fee £14
This course is for students who have studied Spanish to at least
GCSE level or equivalent. It looks at aspects of contemporary
Spanish society, developing the students’ spoken and written
language. The course leads to the A/S-level Spanish exam.
Fees: Cat A £180. Cat B £26. PLUS Examination Fee TBA
Spanish A2 - Accredited Courses
090375L
30 weeks
24.09.08
Wed
1900-2100 Maria Simons
PEL
This course is the second half of the full Advanced GCE A-level
qualification leading to the A2 exam. It will equip you with an
advanced level of language skills, developing your ability to
communicate ideas and opinions in speech and through writing.
You will also increase your understanding and knowledge of
contemporary issues in Spanish speaking countries.
Fees: Cat A £180. Cat B £26. PLUS Examination Fee TBA
Swedish Beginners - Leisure Course
090380
20 weeks
22.09.08
Mon
1830-2030 Jeanette Karlsson PEL
An introduction to basic Swedish with emphasis on spoken
language in order to communicate in different situations – making
friends, eating and drinking, shopping, travelling etc. A variety of
teaching methods and strategies will be used including pair/group
work, role play and games. Students will also have the opportunity
to learn about Swedish culture.
Fees: Cat A £162. Cat B £92. Cat C £72. Cat D £122
Student Trip to Valencia, Spain - March 2007
Centres, Venues and Codes
City College Brighton and Hove, Pelham Street, Brighton
City College Brighton and Hove, Connaught Centre, Connaught Road, Hove
City College Brighton and Hove, Wilson Avenue, Brighton
To be announced
PEL
CON
WIL
TBA
At first class report to reception area for confirmation of room numbers on each site
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Dance and Drama
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Equality & Diversity
Egyptian Dance
100035
10 weeks
25.09.08
Thu
1945-2100 Suzanne James
CON
Kick off your shoes, grab a skirt and enjoy this sensual and
dynamic dance of Egypt. This course is suitable for complete
beginners and offers a thorough grounding in rhythm and an
understanding of Egyptian music. During the course we will work
with choreography and improvisation as well as mood and
expression. The class begins with a yogic warm-up that
strengthens core muscles to help with posture and prepares the
body for the dance. An all together great system of exercise that
promises strength, relaxation and lots of fun!
Fees: Cat A £52. Cat B £30. Cat C £24. Cat D £40
Flamenco Dance
100037
100038
100039
10 weeks
10 weeks
10 weeks
16.09.08
19.09.08
14.01.09
Tue
Fri
Wed
1900-2030 Cecilia Donoso
1230-1400 Cecilia Donoso
1800-1930 Cecilia Donoso
CON
CON
CON
Spanish Flamenco Dance is a very sensual dance that allows you
to be yourself by expressing your inner feelings; sadness, love and
anger through your body language. This course is for absolute
beginners, you don’t need to have any skills just come along and
enjoy the experience of learning aspects of the fascinating
Spanish culture. Have fun and meet new friends.
Fees: Cat A £62. Cat B £36. Cat C £29. Cat D £44
Drama
100060
100061
100062
10 weeks
10 weeks
10 weeks
18.09.08
15.01.09
23.04.09
Thu
Thu
Thu
1900-2100 Heather Richards CON
1900-2100 Heather Richards CON
1900-2100 Heather Richards CON
Do you ever watch television or films and have the urge to play the
character yourself? Come along and have fun and learn the
essential techniques. For instance, confidence building,
stimulating your imagination, and voice training. Also included in
this course are role play, mime, movement and scripted scenes.
Come and put your creative talents to work in a friendly relaxed
atmosphere.
Fees: Cat A £82. Cat B £47. Cat C £37. Cat D £62
Open Enrolment/Advice Sessions
At the College we are delighted to have
students from a wide range of backgrounds,
experiences and personal attributes. We
want all in our community to feel confident
about coming to study here and where each
of you can achieve the best that you are
able to.
We have a clear equality and diversity policy
that means we will:
• work to create an environment where
students feel safe, respected and listened
to regardless of their backgrounds or
personal attributes
• recognise and celebrate individual
differences
• prevent and directly challenge any
discrimination or unfair treatment
• identify areas of inequality of opportunity
put in place actions to address them
This commitment runs right through all
aspects of college life. We have a wide
range of support services for students who
may need additional help. We have clear
policies on behaviour, anti-bullying and the
rights and responsibilities of students.
Saturday 28th June 2008
11.00am - 1.00pm
Saturday 6th September 2008
11.00am - 1.00pm
Drop-in Language Assessment Sessions
Tuesday 2nd - Thursday 4th September 2008
10.00am - 2.00pm
Finally we include in our courses the
importance of respecting difference and
understanding of equality of opportunity
for all.
At the Connaught Centre, Connaught Road, Hove
Don’t delay - Enrol today on 01273 736491
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Beauty Workshops
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
The 60’s - Saturday
121450
1 day
27.09.08
1000-1600 Siobhan Collett
CON
£25
The 70’s - Saturday
1 day
01.11.08
Sat
1000-1600 Siobhan Collett
CON
£25
Dig out your old Jackie comics and come along to this one day
70’s make-up workshop. In it we will be looking at all the various
fashion styles of this great decade of platform boots, skin tight
jeans and long flowing locks. And that was just what the men
wore! We will look at the most popular styles of make-up worn at
this time and after discussions and demonstrations you will
recreate these looks on yourselves. As with all make-up classes
you are advised for hygiene purposes to bring your own make-up
along. If you do not have your own make-up please call to discuss.
121470
1 day
06.12.08
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Sat
1000-1600 Siobhan Collett
CON
£25
To celebrate the life and work of this most individual of designers
who once lived in Brighton. In this workshop we will be looking at
the beauty and simplicity of Biba fashion and discussing whether
it is still visible in today’s market. The day will also be spent
learning about the Biba make-up palette. With demonstration in a
fun and relaxed atmosphere you will learn to adapt this palette to
suit your individual needs and skin tone. Please bring own makeup and one eye-shadow in a typical Biba colour. These are:
Blackish-brown,dark prune, rust and blueberry hues.
1 day
07.03.09
Sat
1000-1600 Siobhan Collett
CON
£25
Are you looking for a fresh new make-up for a fresh new start?
Perhaps you have an interview, a date? Maybe you just want to
learn about basic make-up application? Then this one day
workshop is perfect for you. How we look is important for our self
esteem. You will be taught the tricks of the trade that you can then
use at home to transform yourself when and if you like for that
important occasion. Please bring along your make-up and a
camera if possible.
Burlesque Day - Saturday
121475
1 day
25.04.09
Sat
1000-1600 Siobhan Collett
CON
£25
Originating in the 1840’s The Burlesque show was popular among
the lower classes wishing to mock and make fun of the upper
classes. The shows included comic sketches and later striptease
acts. In this workshop we will be looking at the costumes and
make-up worn by such Burlesque stars of their time as Gypsy Rose
Lee, Dita Von Teese, Mae West and many more. With guidance and
demonstration you will then re-create a glamourous make-up of
your choice on yourself or team up with another pupil and work
together. Please bring along your most dressy up outfit and makeup for a day of frilly, frothy, frivolity! Cameras are also advisable.
Make-Up Day For Those In Their 40’s - Saturday
121480
Biba - Saturday
121460
Start
Date
Fresh New You - Saturday
Sat
The 60’s saw the birth of The Pill, psychodelia, the Mini skirt and
Mary Quant. We will be revisiting that decade in a fun and relaxed
atmosphere. In this one day workshop, with the guidance of a
professional make-up artist you will be shown the make-up
methods used to create the Twiggy and Jean Shrimpton look
among others. You will then create these looks in your own
individual style, on yourselves or work as teams of 2 doing each
others make-up and hair. Please bring along your make-up
(eyeliner! False eyelashes!). Students are encouraged to take
photos of their work. It is therefore suggested that everyone bring
along a 60’s style outfit and if possible a camera.
121455
Course Duration
No
1 day
16.05.09
Sat
1000-1600 Siobhan Collett
CON
£25
Your 40's are a time when you finally accept the things about
yourself that you can't change and start perhaps working on the
things you can. The right style of clothes, hair and make-up are
essential for feeling good and confident about yourself. If you have
been wearing your make-up the same way since your twenties then
now is the time for change. Maybe you have never worn make-up
but feel ready to learn the tricks to looking fresher, prettier and
better in your 40's. Please bring whatever make-up you have with
you along with a camera if you have one.
The 80’s - Saturday
121465
1 day
31.01.09
Sat
1000-1600 Siobhan Collett
CON
£25
Elements of the colours and boldness of the 80’s make-up styles
are re-appearing in today’s fashions - Toyah and Siouxsie live
again! The neon palette is back. If you are lacking in confidence
when it comes to applying make-up in these amazing colours,
come to this one day work shop where we will work in a relaxed
and supportive atmosphere to find colours that suit you, your skin
and your budget. Please bring whatever make-up you already have.
Fee Categories
Category A
Full fee (the fee you will pay if you do not meet
any of the criteria in the following categories).
Category B
You are in receipt of a means tested benefit.
Category C
You are in receipt of a means tested benefit and
you have not yet achieved a full Level 2
qualification* and above.
Category D
You have not yet achieved a full Level 2
qualification* and above.
* see page 4 for Level 2 qualification details.
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Digital Arts and Photography
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Improve Your Film/Digital Photography - Level 1 NCFE and Leisure
30 weeks
16.09.08
Tue
1900-2100 Derek Long
CON
Fees: Cat A £180. Cat B £26. PLUS Assessment Fee £33
Leisure Course - Fees can be paid termly
010150A 30 weeks
16.09.08
Tue
1900-2100 Derek Long
CON
Autumn Term Fees: Cat A £98. Cat B £56. Cat C £44. Cat D £74
Spring Term Fees: Cat A £90. Cat B £52. Cat C £41. Cat D £68
Summer Term Fees: Cat A £58. Cat B £34. Cat C £27. Cat D £44
Film/Digital Photography - Level 2 - NCFE and Leisure
This course builds on the knowledge and experience gained in
Level 1. The main aim is to build confidence and develop an
individual approach to a subject by a series of practical
workshops. The subjects include portraiture, close-up, movement,
advertising etc. A photo-essay will form a major part of the course.
A key element is group discussion, analysing leading
photographers work. The course covers 3 terms
Please note there are no permanent darkroom facilities, any
inclusion on the courses are on a temporary basis. Information
sheets on the photography courses are available.
NCFE Course
010155L
30 weeks
18.09.08
Thu
1900-2100 Derek Long
CON
Fees: Cat A £180. Cat B £26. Cat C £26. Cat D £165 PLUS
Assessment Fee £33
Leisure Course - Fees can be paid termly
010155A 30 weeks
18.09.08
Thu
1900-2100 Derek Long
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Understanding The Camera - Module 1 - Saturdays
The essential course for the film/digital SLR camera owner. A
comprehensive step by step guide to understanding and handling
the camera. The effective use of lenses of varying focal length.
Understanding composition and the creative use of filters to make
powerful pictures. Using flash to improve a subject. Lighting
demonstrations for portraiture and still-life. Throughout the course
the different aspects of film/digital will be fully covered. Group
discussions/photo exercises/projects are an essential part of the
course which covers 3 terms.
NCFE Course
010150L
Course Duration
No
CON
Autumn Term Fees: Cat A £98. Cat B £56. Cat C £44. Cat D £74
Spring Term Fees: Cat A £90. Cat B £52. Cat C £41. Cat D £68
Summer Term Fees: Cat A £58. Cat B £34. Cat C £27. Cat D £44
120055
120060
1 day
1 day
27.09.08
17.01.09
Sat
Sat
1000-1600 Derek Long
1000-1600 Derek Long
CON
CON
£25
£25
Course for all film/digital SLR camera owners in 4 parts. A step by
step guide to understanding the components of the camera system
and their relevant function. Handling the camera and using it to
produce creative pictures. Please bring your camera for group
exercises.
Understanding The Camera - Module 2 - Saturdays
120065
120070
1 day
1 day
11.10.08
14.02.09
Sat
Sat
1000-1600 Derek Long
1000-1600 Derek Long
CON
CON
£25
£25
Selecting the right lens - using selective focus for effect - panning
techniques. A detailed guide to the camera exposure system, its
application and method. Group exercises.
Understanding The Camera - Module 3 - Saturdays
120075
120080
1 day
1 day
15.11.08
07.03.09
Sat
Sat
1000-1600 Derek Long
1000-1600 Derek Long
CON
CON
£25
£25
Selecting the right film - understanding ISO settings and white
balance. Using filters for correction and creative means.
Understanding light - how light/shadow can be used creatively.
Group exercises.
Understanding The Camera - Module 4 - Saturdays
120085
120090
1 day
1 day
06.12.08
28.03.08
Sat
Sat
1000-1600 Derek Long
1000-1600 Derek Long
CON
CON
£25
£25
Composition - the importance of understanding the placement of
a subject within the frame. Colour - effective use of colour. Flash
techniques - Explanation of methods. Group exercises
Digital Photography
080030
080040
10 weeks
10 weeks
15.09.08
12.01.09
Mon
Mon
1300-1500 Kevin Halsall
1300-1500 Kevin Halsall
CON
CON
Getting the most from your digital camera. Explore the different
settings and features of your camera and learn how to use a
computer to enhance, organise and share your photographs.
Fees: Cat A £82. Cat B £47. Cat C £37. Cat D £62
Photoshop
080060
080065
10 weeks
10 weeks
15.09.08
12.01.09
Mon
Mon
1000-1200 Kevin Halsall
1000-1200 Kevin Halsall
CON
CON
A chance to exploring the possibilities of this powerful image
manipulation program. We will be using photoshop to enhance
digital photographs, scan and repair old photographs, create
montages and prepare images for sharing by email or on the web.
Fees: Cat A £82. Cat B £47. Cat C £37. Cat D £62
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Digital Arts and Photography
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
City College is able to offer a range of courses for wide variety of
practitioners looking to either advance their skills in digital media
or start on a new venture. From artists to graphics designers,
photographers to 3D modellers the portfolio addresses a wide
variety of practices and skills. We hope that you will be able to find
a course that meets your needs.
For further details on the courses below please telephone 01273
667705.
Photoshop for Advanced Practitioners
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Web Design Using Dreamweaver
GF0665
GF0666
GF0667
5 weeks
5 weeks
5 weeks
11.11.08
26.02.09
07.05.09
Tue
Thu
Thu
1800-2100 TBA
1800-2100 TBA
1800-2100 TBA
PEL £125.00
PEL £125.00
PEL £125.00
The aim of the course is to provide learners with solid introduction
to the web publishing package Macromedia Dreamweaver. Being
delivered through demonstration, as well as through a series of
guided practical exercises using the package, learners will be able
to design, build, update and publish a multi-page static website
whilst developing good web-design principles. Enrolments should
be made through the Connaught Centre but for queries on course
content contact 01273 667705.
College Certificate of Completion
GF0663
5 weeks
11.09.08
Thu
1800-2100 TBA
PEL £125.00
This course is aimed at the more advanced users of Adobe
Photoshop. Ideal for photographers, designers or art-workers. You
will learn how to use the more advanced tools within Photoshop
concerning image restoration, image optimisation for web and
colour management techniques. Enrolments should be made
through the Connaught Centre but for queries on course content
contact 01273 667705.
Entry requirements: You must be very comfortable using either a
Windows or Mac based operating system and be familiar with
using a browser. You should have an awareness of website design
through surfing the net. It is important that you have access to the
Dreamweaver programme outside the class.
Developing Web Portfolios for Artists
College Certificate of Completion
GF0668
Entry requirements: You must have experience using either
Windows or Mac based operating system. You should also have
access to a later or current version of Adobe Photoshop.
Intro to Web Design Using Dreamweaver
College Certificate of Completion
GF0664
5 weeks
08.09.08
Mon
1800-2100 TBA
PEL £125.00
The aim of the course is to provide you with a solid introduction to
the web publishing package Macromedia Dreamweaver. Being
delivered through demonstration, as well as through a series of
guided practical exercises using the software, learners will be able
to design, build, update and publish a multi-page static website
whilst developing good web-design principles. Enrolments should
be made through the Connaught Centre but for queries on course
content contact 01273 667705.
Entry requirements: You must be very comfortable using Mac
based operating system and be familiar with using a browser. You
should have an awareness of website design through surfing the
net. It is important that you have access to the Dreamweaver
programme outside the class.
05 weeks
10.09.08
Wed
1800-2100 TBA
PEL £125.00
Many artists are now looking to reach wider audiences with their
work. The web has provided a media rich opportunity for artists to
illustrate their work digitally and on line to this purpose. This
course will provide an introduction for artists to learn about
working with images and developing content for the web using
Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Dreamweaver. Unfortunately this
course cannot currently cater for artists using video or sound.
Enrolments should be made through the Connaught Centre but for
queries on course content contact 01273 667705.
Introduction to Photoshop
College Certificate of Completion
GF0669
5 weeks
11.09.08
Thu
1800-2100 TBA
PEL £125.00
This is an entry level course aimed at professionals and nonprofessionals who would like to use Adobe Photoshop to get the
best from the digital images they produce. Ideal for
photographers, designers or art-workers you will not only learn how
to use key tools within Photoshop and produce images of a high
quality, whilst also adding and manipulating text. You must have
experience using either Windows or Mac based operating system.
You should also have access to a version of Adobe Photoshop.
Photoshop
080060
080065
Centres, Venues and Codes
City College Brighton and Hove, Pelham Street, Brighton
City College Brighton and Hove, Connaught Centre, Connaught Road, Hove
City College Brighton and Hove, Wilson Avenue, Brighton
To be announced
PEL
CON
WIL
TBA
10 weeks
10 weeks
15.09.08
12.01.09
1000-1200 Kevin Halsall
1000-1200 Kevin Halsall
CON
CON
A chance to exploring the possibilities of this powerful image
manipulation program. We will be using photoshop to enhance
digital photographs, scan and repair old photographs, create
montages and prepare images for sharing by email or on the web.
Fees: Cat A £82. Cat B £47. Cat C £37. Cat D £62
At first class report to reception area for confirmation of room numbers on each site
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Digital Arts and Photography
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Introduction to 3D Studio Max
College Certificate of Completion
GF0670
6 weeks
09.09.08
Tue
1800-2100 TBA
PEL £150.00
The course will enable you to become familiar with the workings
of 3D Studio Max software and use 3D Studio Max to create your
own work. This is a complex software package and students
wanting to take this course should be extremely comfortable with
all aspects of using a Windows based computer. You will
understand basic Photoshop and ideally have some experience
with packages such as Director, Flash or Premiere. Enrolments
should be made through the Connaught Centre but for queries on
course content contact 01273 667705.
Advanced Web Design Using Dreamweaver
College Certificate of Completion
GF0671
05 weeks
09.09.08
Tue
1800-2100 TBA
PEL £125.00
The aim of the course is to provide you with a more advanced set
of skills in web design using the publishing package Macromedia
Dreamweaver. This course follows on from the ‘Introduction to
Web Design using Dreamweaver’. Being delivered through
demonstration, as well as through a series of guided practical
exercises using the package, you will be able to integrate more
advanced techniques in the design, build, and publishing of
dynamic multi-page and content rich websites. This would be in
addition to developing further skills in industry level web-design
principles. You must be very comfortable using Mac based
operating system and be familiar with using a browser. You should
have an awareness of website design through surfing the net. It is
important that you have access to the Dreamweaver programme
outside the class. Enrolments should be made through the
Connaught Centre but for queries on course content contact
01273 667705.
For details of
part-time
qualifications and
short courses see
our new Part-time
Prospectus
Music Technology - Cubase SX for PC
College Certificate of Completion
GF0672
5 weeks
09.09.08
Tue
1800-2100 TBA
WIL £100.00
To enable students through practical experience to gain a thorough
understanding of the fundamentals of Cubase SX. No prior
knowledge is necessary for this course. There are no age
restrictions for this course. Enrolments should be made through
the Connaught Centre but for queries on course content contact
01273 667705.
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Community Development
Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
We provide many learning opportunities at Community and
Outreach settings across the City. If you are part of a voluntary or
community group interested in running leisure courses for you
services users or members then we may be able to help. Please
contact the Community Development Manager on 01273 736491
(ext. 532).
Lipreading
130000
130002
12 weeks
11 weeks
18.09.08
15.01.09
Thu
Thu
1030-1230 Barbara Harding
1030-1230 Barbara Harding
CON
CON
Ideal for students who have lost some or all of their hearing. An
informal, friendly, supportive class where the emphasis is on
learning to recognise how speech looks on the lips. Advice and
information on practical assistance available to students.
Fees Per Term: £10
Meditation
130005
12 weeks
15.09.08
Mon
1900-2100 Jill Jones
CON
Learn to relax properly and practise meditation. The background
will be explained and the practicalities taught. The course is
simple to follow for everyone. Wear warm loose clothing and bring
a light blanket or bath towel. For most of the class time, students
will be sitting in chairs, but they should be prepared to lie down
on the floor occasionally - foam mats will be provided. This course
is thorough and interesting. It is carefully structured and students
will be given guidance and help by the experienced, qualified
tutor. Students who complete the course can expect to be able to
relax and meditate on their own. The background of the course is
based on Yoga Meditation practices (no physical exercises given!)
Jill Jones is a teacher of The British Wheel of Yoga.
Fees Per Term: £10
Yoga - Remedial
130010
130012
130015
12 weeks
11 weeks
07 weeks
16.09.08
13.01.09
21.04.09
Tue
Tue
Tue
0945-1115 Jill Jones
0945-1115 Jill Jones
0945-1115 Jill Jones
CON
CON
CON
These classes cater for beginners and those with experience.
Specialist holistic classes for soothing, relaxing and healing. Deep
relaxation given and gentle, modified, yoga postures to mobilise
stiff or painful joints and to release muscular tension. Correct
breathing taught and breathing exercises given together with
guided meditations and self healing techniques based on the
Hatha Yoga philosophy. Particularly useful for the retired and
people with health difficulties. Please bring a proper Yoga mat if
you have one and a blanket – otherwise you can purchase a mat
through the tutor. Teaching following the principles of the British
Wheel of Yoga. Applications need to be accompanied by a
supporting letter from their doctor saying they would be suitable
for this course.
Fees Per Term: £10
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Course Duration
No
Start
Date
Day
Start
Time
Tutor
Venue
Fee
Keep Fit For The Not So Young - Men And Women
130041
130042
130043
12 weeks
11 weeks
07 weeks
17.09.08
14.01.09
23.04.08
Wed
Wed
Wed
0945-1100 Gene Barefoot
0945-1100 Gene Barefoot
0945-1100 Gene Barefoot
CON
CON
CON
Graded exercises for the not-so-young done to music. For posture,
mobility, breathing and conditioning for the whole body. Margaret
Morris method teacher qualified to work with this age group.
Applications need to be accompanied by a supporting letter from
their doctor saying they would be suitable for this course.
Fees Per Term: £10
Would you like
to get on?
FREE classes in Literacy and
Numeracy for all levels.
If you missed out on GCSE Maths
or English at school, why not get
a new literacy/numeracy
qualification?
Courses run throughout the year.
Contact: Literacy and Numeracy
01273 667788 ext. 360
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Course Index
Courses
Art Studies
Abstract Painting
Altered Art
Art Appreciation
Art Skills
Casting with Latex Rubber
Creative Stained Glass
Drawing - Silverpoint
Drawing Skills
Film/Digital Photography
Life Drawing
Mosaics
Oil Painting
Painting and Drawing
Pen and Wash
Photography
Portrait Drawing and Painting
Pottery
Printed Textiles
Printmaking
Sculpture
Sketchbooks
Stained Glass Mosaics
Textile Screenprinting
Watercolour Painting
Fashion and Textile Design
Alterations
Costume Making
Creative Machine Embroidery
Dressmaking
Ex Tex - New Fabrics from Old
Felt
Free Machine Embroidery
Sewing Machine - Getting To Know
Hot Textiles
Machine Embroidery
Needlefelt
Patchwork and Quilting
Pattern Cutting
Raw Edge Applique
Recycled Fashion
Textile Masterclasses
Page/s No.
10-23
10
13
13
10
15
15
10
10
14
11
15
11
11
12
14
12
15
16
16
15
12
15
16
12-13
17-23
18
18
19-20
17
21
22
19
18
21
20
22
20-21
18
21
19
21
Courses
Page/s No.
DIY and Motor Vehicle Maintenance
24
Car Maintenance
DIY ‘Have a Go Day’
Home Maintenance
Plumbing
Tiling Workshops
24
24
24
24
24
Health, Well-being and Special Interest
Alexander Technique
Aromatherapy
Astrology
Auric Expansion
Ayuverdic Facial Massage
Breathing and Relaxation
Chakra Awareness
Colour Therapy
Crystal Healing
Ear Candling
EFT - Emotional Freedom Technique
Hand Reflexology
Healing Arts
Holistic Therapies for IBD
Homeopathy
Indian Head Massage
Mantra Chanting
Massage for Back Neck and Shoulders
Mixed Style Massage Course
Natural Practice Head Massage
Personal and Spiritual Development
Practical Massage
Pregnancy Massage
Reflexology
Spiritual Growth
Tai Chi
Tarot Cards
Thai Foot Massage
Yoga
Counselling
History
Family History
Genealogy on the Internet
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28
26-27
30
29
26
29
29
30
28
28
30
29
28
27
29
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28
27
27
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26
29
29
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30
25
25
31
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34
34
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Course Index
Courses
Page/s No.
Writing and Literature
35-37
Creative Writing
Feature Writing for Newspapers and Magazines
Poetry
Screen Writing
Write Your Life
Writing for Children
Writing for Pleasure and Profit
Writing for Television
Computing + Business Skills
Business Start Up
Computing
Digital Photography
Everyday IT
Genealogy on the Internet
Photoshop
PowerPoint for Presentations
Spreadsheets
Languages
Arabic
British Sign Language
Chinese (Mandarin)
French
Italian
Japanese
Modern Greek
Polish
Portuguese
Russian
Spanish
Swedish
Turkish
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38
38
38
38
38
38
38
40-46
40
46
40
41-42
42-43
43
42
43
43
43-44
44-46
46
46
47
Egyptian Dance
Drama
Flamenco Dance
47
47
47
Beauty Workshop
48
Photography
3D Studio Max
Dreamweaver
Photoshop
Music Technology - Cubase SX for PC
Page/s No.
Community Development
52
Keep Fit
Lipreading
Meditation
Yoga
52
52
52
52
How do I enrol?
38-39
Dance and Drama
Digital Arts and Photography
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35
36
35
36
36
36
35
Courses
49-51
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50
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Postal
Please complete the Reservation Form in this brochure. Post the
completed form to the Adult and Community Learning Centre,
Connaught Road, Hove, BN3 3WB enclosing either a cheque made
payable to CCBH or your credit/debit card details (including
expiry date and security code - last 3 numbers on back of card
and issue number where applicable). Please do not send cash.
If you require a receipt please supply a Stamped Addressed
Envelope with your Reservation. Unfortunately we are unable to
acknowledge receipt of your form by post unless this is
provided.
In Person (at the Connaught Centre, Hove)
You will be asked to complete a Reservation Form and payment
will be due at this point. Please ensure you have all your details
with you including evidence of entitlement to fee remission (if
applicable).
By Telephone
Please call 01273 736491. You will be asked for the course
number and title, your name, address, date of birth, telephone
contact numbers and credit/debit card details.
Please note that we shall not contact you between enrolment
and the first meeting of the class unless:
• A course is already full when we receive your application.
• The course is cancelled.
• We need to give you special advice in advance.
You should therefore ensure that you keep a note of the start
date and time of the course and go directly to the
class/reception at the first session. Receipts are available for
collection from the Office at the Connaught Adult and
Community Learning Centre. Please note that telephone lines
will be particularly busy at peak enrolment times and
reservations by post or in person are recommended at these
times.
By Fax
Suitable only for debit or credit card payments.
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Spr
Tuition Fee
Sum
Full Cost
LSC
PCDL
Booking Fee
Date
Autumn
Spring
Summer
Adult and Community (ACL) Enrolment Form 2008/2009
(Some information on this form, including your full name, will be sent to the Learning and Skills Council - see overleaf)
For completion by learner
Course Code No.
Course Title
Category A
Category C
Category D
Discounted Rates
SURNAME
National Insurance No: .................................................................................
FORENAMES
I am currently in receipt of the following benefit:
The above names will appear on any examination certificate you may receive
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Email:
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Nationality as on passport:
Type of nationality proof produced:
College representative signature:
If you have lived outside of the UK in the last
3 years, please state the country of residence:
On which date did you last enter the UK/EU?
(Holiday excepted):
Are you an Asylum Seeker/Refugee?
Documentary proof must be shown:
In the college we support many students who need additional support
for difficulties with reading or writing, with a learning difficulty or for a
disability.
Yes
No
If yes, it will help us to arrange support if you can supply us with some
more details. You can do that by:
Giving more details here of why you may need support
Asking Learning support to contact you
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Mixed - White & Black African
Mixed - White & Black Caribbean
Mixed - Any other background
White - British
White - Irish
White - Any other background
Any other
Not known/Not provided
1) I confirm that the primary learning goal details attached have been agreed. The course
tutor will review this agreement with me, particularly if a change occurs to the learning
programme.
2) I agree to register for any examinations or assessments relevant to this learning agreement
at the appropriate time.
3) The College will make reasonable adjustments to the College environment and provision
for disabled learners (including those with learning difficulties). If I want to discuss any
disability or the support I may need, I can contact Learning Support tel: 01273 667746 or
email: [email protected]
4) I understand that I have been accepted as a learner at City College Brighton and Hove
on condition that I pay all fees for all courses I enrol on.
5) I understand that College fees are due in full as soon as I sign the Student Statement
and Learning Agreement. Fees are non-refundable, even if I withdraw, whether I have
started the course or not.
6) I agree to attend regularly and understand that my tutor may withdraw me from my course
for non-attendance. If I am withdrawn, I will still be liable for the full fees due, will not
qualify for a refund or fee reduction and may be asked to repay any Financial Assistance
received.
7) I understand that, if I fail to pay all fees on time and in full, the College reserves the right
to charge external costs for collecting debt to my fee account. This may include legal costs,
collection agent costs, court/bailiff fees and interest.
8) I understand that I must enrol every year for each course.
9) If the required course/programme cannot be delivered I will be offered an alternative or
a full refund.
10) In signing below I am agreeing to behave in accordance with the College Code of
Conduct as published in the Learner Charter. If I break this agreement, I understand that I
may be subject to disciplinary action. The full charter is available from Student Support,
Students’ Union, Main Reception, course tutors or via the College intranet.
11) The College operates published policies, procedures and guidelines on its various
functions including Financial Assistance, Fee Payment, Admissions and Absence. By
enrolling at the College I agree to be governed in accordance with the published policies,
procedures and guidelines as they relate to my year of academic study.
12) CCBH has a Code of Practice on the use of computer systems. I agree to CCBH viewing
computer records including email that I generate on the College's equipment.
13) In signing below I am agreeing that I have read, understood and give consent for the
sharing of information concerning Data Protection on the back of this form and that I have
been given the option to opt out.
14) CCTV cameras operate in the College for the protection of people and property
(information is available from the Estates Director).
Normal Country of Residence:
Do you think you may need additional support? ()
Asian/Asian British - Bangladeshi
Asian/Asian British - Indian
Asian/Asian British - Pakistani
Asian/Asian British - Other
Black/Black British - African
Black/Black British - Caribbean
Black/Black British - Any other
Chinese
Mixed - White and Asian
At your interview
Please tick () or write in the box. You do not have to give this
information but it will help us to organise support or make any
reasonable adjustments.
What is the highest level of qualification you have received to date?
Signature: ......................................... Date: .........................
Previous school/college attended:
College Signature: .............................. Date: .........................
Payment Slip
Method of Payment:
Cash
Cheque Payable to CCBH
Employer/sponsor (please provide sponsor letter)
Sponsored/credit/voucher
Credit / debit card
Credit / Debit Card No.
Expiry Date
Issue No.
(Switch Only)
Cardholder’s Name + Address (if different from above)
Validation:
Autumn
Spring
Summer
Start Date
Security Code
Data Protection
Please ensure you read the statement below from the College.
The College collects information about all its staff and learners for various administrative, academic and health and safety
reasons. Because of the Data Protection Act 1998, we need your consent before we can do this.
LSC Data Protection Statement
Data Protection Act 1998 - The information you provide will be passed to the Learning and Skills Council (the LSC). The
LSC is responsible for funding, planning and encouraging education and training for young people and adults in England,
and is registered under the Data Protection Act 1998. The information you provide will be shared with other organisations
for the purpose of administration, careers and other guidance, and statistical and research purposes. Other organisations
with which we will share information include, the Department for Education and Skills, Connexions, Higher Education
Statistics Agency, Higher Education Funding Council for England, educational institutions and organisations performing
research and statistical work on behalf of the LSC or its partners. The LSC also administers the learner registration service
(LRS) which will use your information to created and maintain a unique learner number (ULN). The LSC is also a cofinancing organisation and uses European Social Funds from the European Union to directly or indirectly part-finance
learning activities, helping develop employment by promoting employability, business spirit and equal opportunities, and
investing in human resources. Further information about partner organisations and the ULN and what they do, may be found
at www.lsc.gov.uk/providers/Data/help/ and by following the links to data protection.
At no time will your personal information be passed to organisations for marketing or sales purposes. From time to time
students are approached to take part in surveys by mail and phone, which are aimed at enabling the LSC and its partners
to monitor performance, improve quality and plan future provision.
Fair Processing Notice
The Learning and Skills Council (LSC) also administers the Managing Information Across Partners (MIAP) Programme on
behalf of the MIAP membership. More information about MIAP membership can be found at www.miap.gov.uk.
LSC is responsible for the development and operation of the Learner Registration Service (LRS) and also the creation of a
learner record. For learners of 13 years and over, identification information will be passed to the LRS to create and maintain
a unique learner number (ULN). In addition, participation and achievement information will be passed to the MIAP Service
to create and maintain a learner record.
The MIAP Service will enable, for the first time, a learner to have direct access to information held about them which
learners are able to challenge, if appropriate. The Learner Registration Service will enable organisations allowed by Law and
detailed at www.miap.gov.uk to access the ULN and integrate it into their systems. In addition, such organisations will have
access to the participation and achievement information attributed to each ULN and thereby saving individuals having to
supply the same information repeatedly to different organisations. Individuals are able to opt-out of sharing participation
and achievement information in their learner record with those organisations detailed at www.miap.gov.uk, if they so wish.
Details of how to opt-out can also be found at www.miap.gov.uk or by telephoning 0845 6022589.
Consent to Process Statement
I agree to City College Brighton and Hove processing personal data contained in this form, or other data which the College
may obtain from me or other people, whilst I am a student. I agree to the processing of such data for any purposes
connected with my studies or my health and safety whilst on the premises or for any other legitimate reason.
1. Tick this box if you do not wish to be contacted by the LSC or its partners in respect of surveys and research. The LSC
values your views on the education or training which you receive, and will use these to help to bring about improvements
for learners in England.
Please tick () here
2. The LSC or its partners may wish to contact you from time to time about courses, or learning opportunities relevant to
you. Tick this box if you do not wish to be contacted about courses or learning opportunities by post.
Please tick () here
3. Tick this box if you do not wish information to be released to your parents or guardian (learners aged 16 - 18 years only),
employer, sponsor or a third party paying all or part of your fees, including your progress and attendance at the College.
Please tick () here
How to Find Us
Where we are
Most Adult and Community Learning courses are run at the Connaught Centre in Hove but some courses also run at our
Pelham Campus in the North Laine area of Brighton.
Adult and Community Learning Campus
Pelham Street Campus
The Connaught Centre,
Connaught Road,
Hove BN3 3WB
Pelham Tower,
Pelham Street,
Brighton BN1 4FA
Telephone: 01273 736491
Minicom: 01273 749270
Fax: 01273 224533
Telephone: 01273 667788
Fax: 01273 667703
Email [email protected]
Web: www.ccb.ac.uk
Bus Routes: Connaught Centre, Hove
1, 6, 49, 49A
Bus Routes: Pelham Tower via London Road
5, 5B, 21, 22, 24, 26, 37, 46, 46A, 49, 49A, 49B, 50, 81
Bus Routes: Pelham Tower via Brighton Station
6, 7, 12, 14, 21, 22, 27, 37
Adult and Community Learning Prospectus 2008/2009 produced by City College Brighton and Hove Marketing Department
Senior Graphic Designer: Sarah Stanley Graphic Designer: Mark Toynbee Editor: Heather Shaw © City College Brighton and Hove
Featuring photography by Dave Perris, Lucky Dog Photography
CCTV cameras operate in the College for the protection of people and property. Information available from the Estates Director.
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Connaught Centre, Connaught Road, Hove, East Sussex BN3 3WB
www.ccb.ac.uk
[email protected]
Telephone 01273 736491
Minicom 01273 749270
Fax 01273 224533
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