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Spring &
Summer
2015
Bexleyheath
Erith
Sidcup
Enrol online
by 5 January
and SAVE 5%
COURSES
Contact Us
& 020 3045 5176
www.thelearningcentrebexley.ac.uk
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Welcome
Aimed at 16-24 year olds who are
unemployed and motivated to find
work. Traineeships comprise of
relevant qualifications and work
experience with a local employer.
The College partners with employers
across all sectors including health &
social care, distribution, administration
and hospitality.
Trainees are guaranteed a job or
apprenticeship interview at the end of
the programme.
To find out how to join the Traineeship
programme contact the College on
& 020 3045 5176
For more information on the
College, facilities, student
services, enrolling and all
course information please
look at our website:
www.tlcbexley.ac.uk
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Contacting the College
How can we Help?
College Switchboard:
General Advice
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[email protected]
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How to Enrol
Brampton Reception
Opening Times
Term Time
Monday to Thursday
Friday
Saturday
09:00 - 19:45
09:00 - 16:30
09:00 - 12:45
Half-Term
Monday to Friday
09:00 - 16:30
Please call for opening times at
other centres
Please check the Course Outline for the
dates for your course.
Term restarts on the 5 January 2015, but
for specialist courses such as pottery,
jewellery, crafts etc, please check your
course outline as your start date may be
different due to the move to Brampton
Road.
Contacting You
You will need to supply a valid email
address and mobile telephone number
when you enrol. The College will use these
as the main form of contact for changes,
cancellations, notifications etc.
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Advice on courses can be obtained by
telephone or in person during office
opening times. We can give you
information about courses, provide course
outlines and advise on alternatives if there
are no vacancies.
www.tlcbexley.ac.uk
Enrolment begins 9.00am
Monday 17 November 2014
You can enrol:
Online: by credit / debit card only
In person: with cash, cheque, credit /
debit card / standing
order or instalment plan
Post: by cheque or credit / debit card
Phone: with credit / debit card only
Enrolling Online
Our online enrolment system is secure,
easy to use and quick. Go to our website
and click on the Enrolment tab for a step
by step guide. You must have your own
individual email account.
Don’t forget, if you enrol online before
5 January 2015 you can save 5%. Make
sure you enter the discount code ‘EARLY’
and click on the ‘Enter Code’ button. You
cannot redeem Vouchers online.
Enrolling by Phone
Please ensure that you have read the
Terms & Conditions on page 31 & 32
before enrolling. To enrol by phone, please
call &020 3045 5176
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Ways to pay
See our Terms and Conditions on page 31
& 32 for payment options.
What do our Symbols Mean?
Free Courses
If you are 19+ you may be entitled to a free
course up to level 2 if you fall into one of
the eligibility categories, see fee chart for
details.
Please note: You can hold your place for
these courses by paying a £25 nonrefundable deposit, including online. You
must present your evidence within 7 days
or you will lose your place and your
deposit.
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Grants
There is assistance available for eligible
students. If you require further information,
advice or eligibility information, please
contact Ros Shaw on & 020 8298 2727
or check online at www.tlcbexley.ac.uk Fees & Finance.
Initial Assessment (IA)
Students who wish to enrol on accredited
courses marked with IA will be required to sit
an Initial Assessment prior to being accepted
onto a course. The IA is not a formal exam.
It is an English and maths assessment which
is part paper-based and part computer
based. You should allow up to 2 hours for the
assessment, please arrive in good time.
Booking your Initial Assessment
You can book your IA online - click onto the
course you wish to enrol on, register and
then pick the most convenient date. Or you
can contact the College on &020 3045 5176
quoting the course title and course code.
More information is available online.
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FUNDED BY THE SFA
The course receives SFA funding
and leads to a qualification or
accreditation.
QUALIFICATION
Course leads to a qualification.
Assessment may
be by examination and/or
coursework.
GUIDANCE
Indicates guidance at the first
session.
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Fee Chart and
Terms & Conditions
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How to Enrol
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Accounts & Bookkeeping
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Animal Care
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Beauty Therapies
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Business Skills & Careers
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Childcare
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Counselling
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Crafts
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DIY & Practical Skills
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English
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English - EFL & ESOL
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Family Learning
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Floristry
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INITIAL ASSESSMENT
You will be required to sit an
assessment before enrolling on
the course.
Food
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Foreign Languages
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INTERVIEW or INFORMATION
Hairdressing
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Health, Fitness & Leisure
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COMMUNITY LEARNING
Non-accredited courses funded by
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Courses that don’t qualify for
funding.
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FULL FEE
HF HALF FEE
For full information see our Fee
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These symbols indicate that the
course may be free to some
students aged 19-23. See Fee Chart
on page 30
24+ 24+ ADVANCED LEARNING LOANS
You may be eligible for a loan for the
cost of your course see website for
more details.
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Horticulture
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Information Communication
Technology
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Literature & Language
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Maths
Performing Arts
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Photography & Digital Imaging 27
Psychology
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Science
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Sewing & Textiles
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Sign Language
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Supported Learning
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Teaching & Training
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Visual Arts
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English & Maths
Neighbourhood
Learning
Do you worry about writing an email or filling in forms?
Do you find household bills confusing?
Do you find it difficult to understand written instructions?
You are not alone - if you have said YES to any of the above, find
out about our friendly, informative classes which will help
improve your English and maths.
Don’t let poor skills hold you back
You may qualify for a FREE course
if you are enrolled on an ESOL,
Maths or English course at
The Learning Centre Bexley or are
unemployed, on a low wage, a
voluntary worker or receiving
benefits.
A £5.00 registration fee applies to
all courses
Courses limited to 2 per academic
year
Courses include:
U Arts & Crafts
U Administration
We can work with you to
Develop your self-confidence
Remove your fear of failure
Make the most of your skills
Give you the qualifications to help you
get a job, or progress in your current
job
4 Enable you to go on to further study
4 Help you to support your children
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Support, Advice &
Encouragement
4 Experienced English & Maths tutors
4 Learning in small groups
4 Free classes across the Bexley
borough at Bexleyheath, Erith and
Sidcup
4 Morning, afternoon, evening and
weekend classes available
4 Guidance and advice on progression
to other courses
Our Courses
We offer a range of English or Maths
qualifications from Entry Level 1 up to
Level 2.
Awards (portfolio based short courses - no
exam). Level 2 may be accepted as an
alternative to a GCSE qualification.
U Childcare
U Computing
If you hold a grade A-C GCSE English or
Maths qualification that is more than 3
years old, you are entitled to attend one of
our FREE courses to brush up your skills.
* for exam information please see our
website.
U First Aid
U Floristry
U Food Safety
U Hairdressing
U Introduction to Health
& Beauty
Want to find out more?
U Office Skills
To arrange an initial assessment to
help find the best class for you,
please call & 020 3045 5176
U Reflexology
U Sign Language
New
Maths: Level 2 Distance Learning
For further information, please contact:
If you are motivated to study at home with
some online tutor support, and want to
achieve a Level 2 Functional Skills in
Maths this could be the course for you.
You will need to have an initial assessment
and interview to ensure that this course is
suitable for you. H Q IA i
& 020 3045 5176
Brampton 1414M500 - 15 wks
Flexible start dates
This includes City & Guilds Functional
Skills (with an exam*) and City & Guilds
Fit learning around your life and improve your skills with us.
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U Cake Decorating
www.tlcbexley.ac.uk
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[email protected] bexley.ac.uk
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English - EFL and ESOL
English for speakers of other
languages (ESOL) courses are
for you if you need English to
help you live in the UK.
General ESOL Courses
4 Study for nationally-recognised
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English as a foreign language
(EFL) courses are for you if you
want to gain a qualification in
English which is recognised
internationally.
All our EFL courses lead to an
internationally-recognised qualification
from the University of Cambridge.
The course fees do not include the exam
and exam admin fees.
You can also join our preparation courses
for these internationally-recognised
qualifications from the University of
Cambridge:
4 First Certificate in English (FCE)
4 Academic IELTS (International English
Language Testing System)
Preliminary English Test (PET) Daytime
Preparation: Entry 3 / Level 1 University of Cambridge
The PET exam is recognised around the
world. This course can help you make the
jump up to higher level study in English.
Preparing for the exam will improve your
accuracy with grammar and vocabulary as
well as your skills in speaking, listening,
reading and writing. Q i N
Brampton 1412B900 - 13 wks
Starts 02-Feb-15
Monday, Tuesday & Thursday
09:30 - 12:00
Fee £540.00
ESOL and EFL courses…
For ALL courses you must come
for a language assessment
interview before you enrol.
Please make an appointment by
phoning 020 3045 5176 or by
visiting one of our centres.
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qualifications from the University of
Cambridge and English Speaking
Board
Well-qualified, experienced tutors and
friendly, hard-working students from
many different countries
Practise speaking, listening, reading
and writing, and learn grammar and
new vocabulary
All levels from pre-entry (complete
beginners) up to level 2 (advanced)
Long courses start in September and
February
If there are places on our Septemberstart courses, we accept late
enrolments to start in February
Intensive courses start in September,
January, April and July.
Pre-entry
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Erith - 15 weeks (late start)
February to June
Daytime 7.5 hours per week
Fee £282.50
Entry 1 to Level 2
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Brampton - 15 weeks
February to June
Daytime 9 hours per week
Fee £415.00
Brampton - 15 weeks (late start)
February to June
Daytime 6 hours per week
Fee £302.50
Brampton - 15 weeks
February to June
Evening 5 hours per week
Fee £265.00
Brampton - 15 weeks (late start)
February to June
Evening 4 hours per week
Brampton - 15 weeks (late start)
February to June
Saturday 4 hours per week
Fee £227.50
Erith - 15 weeks (late start)
February to June
Daytime 6 hours per week
Fee £302.50
Erith - 15 weeks (late start)
February to June
Evening 4 hours per week
Fee £227.50
Erith - 15 weeks (late start)
February to June
Saturday 4 hours per week
Fee £227.50
Sidcup High Street - 15 weeks (late start)
February to June
Evening 4 hours per week
Fee £227.50
ESOL Elementary Daytime for
Bilingual Students: Entry 2 University of Cambridge
This course is for bilingual students who
used English at school and speak their
own language at home. It will help you
improve your reading and writing skills so
you can achieve your goals, from finding a
better job to helping your children with
their homework. H Q i
Brampton 1414E622 - 15 wks
Starts 11-Feb-15
Wednesday & Friday 10:00 - 14:30
Fee £380.00
ESOL Skills for Life Speaking and
Listening Daytime: Entry 3 / Level 1 University of Cambridge
Improve your skills and get a University of
Cambridge Certificate in ESOL Skills for
Life for speaking and listening at entry 3 or
level 1. H Q i
Sidcup High Street 1414E430 - 9 wks
Starts 21-Apr-15
Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday
10:00 - 12:00
Fee £190.00
Fee £227.50
Brampton - 15 weeks
February to June
Saturday 5 hours per week
Fee £265.00
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ESOL
Family
ESOL Speaking and Listening Plus
Daytime: Pre-entry / Entry 1
Practise your speaking and listening,
building confidence and becoming more
fluent. You work face-to-face with other
students and your tutor. i N
Brampton 1414E760 - 8 wks
Starts 24-Apr-15
Friday 12:30 - 14:30
Fee £95.00
ESOL Reading and Writing Plus
Evening: Entry 1 / Entry 2
ESOL Speaking and Listening Plus
Daytime: Entry 2 / Entry 3
Do you want to improve your reading and
writing in English? This course gives you
the chance to focus on these skills, and to
learn to read and write with confidence. i N
Brampton 1414E674 - 15 wks
Starts 27-Feb-15
Friday 19:30 - 21:30
Practise your speaking and listening,
building confidence and becoming more
fluent. You work face-to-face with other
students and your tutor. i N
Brampton 1414E761 - 8 wks
Starts 24-Apr-15
Friday 12:30 - 14:30
Fee £180.00
ESOL Writing and Grammar Plus
Daytime: Entry 3 / Level 1 Prep /
Level 1
Are your writing and grammar skills are
holding you back? On this course you
learn how to improve your writing, build
your vocabulary and use grammar more
accurately so you are able to communicate
more clearly. i N
Brampton 1414E671 - 15 wks
Starts 23-Feb-15
Monday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £180.00
ESOL Writing and Grammar Plus
Evening: Entry 3 / Level 1 Prep / Level 1
Do you want to progress to higher levels in
studying English but your writing and
grammar skills are holding you back? On
this course you learn how to improve your
writing, build your vocabulary and use
grammar more accurately so you are able
to communicate more clearly. i N
Brampton 1414E675 - 15 wks
Starts 27-Feb-15
Friday 19:30 - 21:30
Fee £180.00
You can view all our courses and
course information online at
www.tlcbexley.ac.uk
Fee £95.00
ESOL Speaking and Listening Plus
Weekend: Entry 2 / Entry 3
Practise your speaking and listening,
building confidence and becoming more
fluent. You work face-to-face with other
students and your tutor. i N
Brampton 1414E767 - 8 wks
Starts 25-Apr-15
Saturday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £95.00
These courses are fully funded by the
Skills Funding Agency. Priority will be
given to adults who do not have any formal
qualifications.
Family programmes aim to encourage
inter-generational learning and wherever
possibly lead both adults and children to
pursue further learning.
These small friendly classes take place in
partnership with schools, nurseries,
children’s centres, libraries, community
and college centres across Bexley.
For more information, to register your
interest or to discuss hosting a course
contact us on
& 020 3045 5176
or email [email protected]
ESOL Speaking and Listening Plus
Daytime: Level 1 Prep / Level 1 /
Level 2 / Level 3
Practise your speaking and listening,
building confidence and becoming more
fluent. You work face-to-face with other
students and your tutor. i N
Brampton 1414E762 - 6 wks
Starts 20-Apr-15
Monday 12:30 - 15:00
Fee £90.00
ESOL Speaking and Listening Plus
Evening: Level 1 Prep / Level 1 /
Level 2 / Level 3
Practise your speaking and listening,
building confidence and becoming more
fluent. You work face-to-face with other
students and your tutor. i N
Brampton 1414E764 - 6 wks
Starts 24-Apr-15
Friday 19:00 - 21:30
Fee £90.00
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Courses for Mums,
Dads, Grandparents,
Carers & Children
www.tlcbexley.ac.uk
Family English, Maths
& Language
These FREE courses will show you how
children learn at school and how best to
support them; the aim is to improve:
4 English, maths, language and IT skills
of adults with an opportunity to gain a
qualification
4 Adults ability to help their children learn
4 Children’s English, maths and language
skills
Keeping Up with the Children
(Key Stage 2 - Years 3 & 4)
Gain a better understanding of what and
how your child is taught English or Maths.
Keeping up with the Children - English
Erith 1414F004 - 5 weeks
Starts 23-Feb-15
Monday 19:00 - 21:00
Free
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Learning
GCSE
Keeping up with the Children - Maths
GCSE Maths
Erith 1414F003 - 6 weeks
Starts 05-Jan-15
Monday 19:00 - 21:00
Free
Age 16+ FREE *
If you do not currently possess a
GCSE English Language/ Maths
qualification at grade C or above.
Wider Family Learning
These courses are a great opportunity for
the whole family to learn together; the aim
is to improve:
4 Skills and knowledge of both adult and
child
4 Confidence and self-esteem of both
adult and child
4 Positive attitudes towards learning,
education and behaviour
Please note there is a registration fee per
adult for these courses. Please attend all
sessions for which your family is enrolled.
Adults may initially enrol on one course in
any academic year. However, we will keep
your name on a waiting list for other
courses and contact you if space is
available.
* Please note: if you receive a free
course, you will still need to pay a
£50 refundable deposit and £10 per
course for materials. See Terms &
Conditions for more information.
You can register your interest for
these courses online. Go to our
website / courses / family learning ENQ14FL
Pom-Poms, Bows and Sew
Max 1 child (7+) per adult
Brampton 1414W028 - 4 weeks
Starts 28-Feb-15
Saturday 13:00 - 15:00 Fee £5.00
Cartooning with Dads
Family Spanish
Max 2 children (7+) per adult
Erith 1414W023 - 6 weeks
Starts 10-Jan-15
Saturday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £5.00
Max 2 children (7+) per adult
Brampton 1414W012 - 6 weeks
Starts 10-Jan-15
Saturday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £5.00
Family Beadcraft
Teen Courses
Max 2 children (5+) per adult
Erith 1414W025 - 6 weeks
Starts 10-Jan-15
Saturday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £5.00
Family Knitting
Max 1 child (7+) per adult
Brampton 1414W027 - 5 weeks
Starts 10-Jan-15
Saturday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £5.00
Family Crochet
Max 1 child (7+) per adult
Brampton 1414W026 - 5 weeks
Starts 10-Jan-15
Saturday 13:00 - 15:00
Fee £5.00
Scrap Booking
Max 1 child (7+) per adult
Brampton 1414W029 - 4 weeks
Starts 28-Feb-15
Saturday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £5.00
Family Emergency First Aid
Brampton 1414W039 - 2 weeks
Starts 28-Feb-15
Saturday 10:00 - 14:30 Fee £10.00
Family Self Defence
Brampton 1414W040 - 2 weeks
Starts 14-Mar-15
Saturday 10:00 - 14:00
Fee £5.00
Parenting Courses
Time Out for Special Needs
For mothers, fathers or carers of children
with additional needs, whether there are
physical, learning or behavioural
difficulties.
Brampton 1414W015 - 10 weeks
Starts 16-Jan-15
Friday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £10.00
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Maths: GCSE - Intensive
A grade C or above in maths is an
essential requirement for most employers
or access to further education. This course
will offer the opportunity of sitting the
Foundation OR Higher tier in negotiation
with your tutor. (AQA Specification 4365)
The course has two sessions each week attendance at both is essential, and you
will need to be able to set aside a
minimum of 4 hrs for homework each
week. This course requires an IA and
enrolment is dependent on successful
completion of this. Fees include exam and
admin costs of £60.00. H Q G IA F2
Brampton 1402B122 - 15 wks
Starts 12-Jan-15
Monday & Thursday 19:00 - 21:30
Fee £329.00
Maths: GCSE at a Steady Pace
A grade C or above in maths is an
essential requirement for most employers
or access to further education. The
Foundation Tier enables learners to gain
up to Grade C at GCSE. The GCSE (AQA
Specification 4365) covers number and
algebra, shape, space & measures and
handling data. This course requires an
initial assessment and enrolment is
dependent on successful completion of
this. Fees include exam and admin costs
of £60.00. H Q G IA F2
Brampton 1402B124 - 50 wks
Starts 12-Jan-15
Monday 19:00 - 21:30
Fee £329.00
GCSE Maths: Getting Prepared to
Study
Get prepared for GCSE Maths by finding
out what is covered and the differences
between the foundation and higher tiers,
look at some common barriers to maths
and how these can be overcome, then sit
the initial assessment. You will be given
priority enrolment onto a GCSE maths
course, OR will be offered a supportive
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Supported Learning
Summer Newsletter Workshop
course first if you are not quite at the level
required. N
Come and help produce a newsletter! You
will have the opportunity to write articles,
work out fun content, take photos and help
put together the finished newsletter. CL
Brampton 1414L019 - 6 wks
Starts 22-Jun-15
Gail Jarvis
Monday 13:00 - 15:00
Brampton 1402H900 - 1 day
Starts 20-May-15
Wednesday 18:00 - 21:0
Fee £15.00
Brampton 1402B901 - 1 day
Starts 03-Jun-15
Wednesday 18:00 - 21:00
Fee £15.00
Sidcup High Street 1402H902 - 1 day
Starts 06-Jun-15
Saturday 10:00 - 13:00
Fee £15.00
Maths: GCSE Revision Workshop
Join our GCSE maths revision sessions
and get exam question practice.
Questions will be based on AQA but will
give practice for any exam board, You
need to be studying GCSE maths at
Higher or Foundation Level to join this
course. N
Brampton 1402B190 - 3 wks
Starts 16-May-15
Saturday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £40.00
Erith 1402R192 - 3 wks
Starts 16-May-15
Saturday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £40.00
Brampton 1402B191 - 3 wks
Starts 16-May-15
Saturday 13:00 - 15:00
Fee £40.00
Adults with Additional Needs
The College supports inclusive, lifelong
learning for all, and welcomes adults with
learning support needs or disabilities.
There are many ways in which we can
help with support, if you have any
additional needs please help us support
your learning by completing the relevant
box on the enrolment form.
For further information, a copy of our
disability statement, or to discuss your
support needs personally, please contact
the Learner Support Manager on
& 020 3045 5176.
See website for further information
Fee £33.00
Discover Your Local Community
Summer Workshop
Make your own map and plan days out.
Learn about road safety and traffic signs. CL
Brampton 1414L050 - 6 wks
Starts 22-Jun-15
Nicola Roberts
Monday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £33.00
Performing Arts Summer Workshop
Introducing drama techniques such as
acting, storytelling and performing. CL
Brampton 1414L026 - 6 wks
Starts 22-Jun-15
Donald Daby
Monday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £33.00
Jewellery Summer Workshop:
Come and learn simple jewellery
techniques using a variety of materials. CL
Brampton 1414L010 - 6 wks
Starts 22-Jun-15
Clare Connolly
Monday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £43.00
Pottery Summer Workshop:
This is a short introduction to working with
clay. CL
Brampton 1414L015 - 6 wks
Starts 22-Jun-15
Nicola Roberts
Monday 13:00 - 15:00
Fee £38.00
Brampton 1414L016 - 6 wks
Starts 26-Jun-15
Nicola Roberts
Friday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £38.00
Brampton 1414L017 - 6 wks
Starts 26-Jun-15
Friday 13:00 - 15:00
Fee £38.00
Wildlife Art Summer Workshop
Use materials we find in nature to make
attractive craft items. Learn about the
creatures and plants you find outdoors. CL
Brampton 1414L020 - 6 wks
Starts 22-Jun-15
Susan Tagg
Monday 13:00 - 15:00
Fee £43.00
Woven Jewellery Summer Workshop:
Learn simple woven jewellery techniques
using a variety of materials. CL
Brampton 1414L011 - 6 wks
Starts 22-Jun-15
Clare Connolly
Monday 13:00 - 15:00
Fee £43.00
Print your own T-Shirt and Bag
Summer Workshop
Experience sponge printing and screen
printing on fabrics, papers and cards. CL
Brampton 1414L036 - 6 wks
Starts 23-Jun-15
Nicola Roberts
Tuesday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £43.00
Ready Steady Cook Summer
Workshop
Come and learn the basic skills you need
in the kitchen to make simple meals. CL
Brampton 1414L031 - 6 wks
Starts 23-Jun-15
Gail Jarvis
Tuesday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £51.00
Let's Bake Summer Workshop
Come and bake your own cakes and then
learn how to decorate them. CL
Brampton 1414L030 - 6 wks
Starts 23-Jun-15
Gail Jarvis
Tuesday 13:00 - 15:00
Fee £51.00
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Courses for adults with learning disabilities and difficulties
Weaving & Knitting Summer
Workshop
Cooking Around the World Summer
Workshop
An introduction to working with yarn and
fabrics, weaving and knitting with a variety
of textiles. CL
Brampton 1414L035 - 6 wks
Starts 23-Jun-15
Nicola Roberts
Tuesday 13:00 - 15:00
Enjoy making and learning about a range
of dishes from around the world. Find out
about ingredients and traditional foods for
special occasions. CL
Brampton 1414L003 - 6 wks
Starts 24-Jun-15
Ros Shaw
Wednesday 13:00 - 15:00
Fee £38.00
Discover London Summer Workshop
Join this class to discuss, research and
visit London. There will be two full day
visits which may involve additional costs
for travel / entry. CL
Brampton 1414L021 - 5 wks
Starts 24-Jun-15
Nicola Roberts
Wednesday 09:30 - 12:00
Fee £55.00
Fee £51.00
Enamelling Summer Workshop:
Covering basic enamelling skills and
techniques. You will use different shapes
to make either a colourful piece of
jewellery, keyring, fridge magnet or card. CL
Brampton 1414L018 - 6 wks
Starts 24-Jun-15
Amanda Fernandez
Wednesday 13:00 - 15:00
Fee £38.00
Let's Explore Music Summer
Workshop
Explore different types of music - film, theatre,
classical and popular and play to the music
with percussion instruments. Come along and
enjoy these fun sessions. CL
Brampton 1414L029 - 6 wks
Starts 24-Jun-15
Susan Tagg
Wednesday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £33.00
Theatre Summer Workshop
In this course we will put together scenes
and stories then act them out in costume
with props. CL
Brampton 1414L024 - 6 wks
Starts 24-Jun-15
Emma Irons
Wednesday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £43.00
Computers Summer Workshop
Come and improve your computer skills as
well as your communication skills through
the use of social media and networking. CL
Brampton 1414L042 - 6 wks
Starts 24-Jun-15
Dominic White
Wednesday 13:00 - 15:00
Fee £33.00
All Supported Learning courses are
heavily subsidised by the College, no
further reduction in fees are available.
Move to the Beat Summer Workshop
Designed for students with high support
needs. Activities are adapted to meet the
needs of each student in a warm, sociable
and relaxing environment. CL
Brampton 1414L027 - 6 wks
Starts 24-Jun-15
Emma Irons
Wednesday 13:00 - 15:00
Fee £33.00
Song & Dance Summer Workshop
Extend your understanding of a range of
music by responding appropriately through
song and dance. CL
Brampton 1414L028 - 6 wks
Starts 24-Jun-15
Emma Irons
Wednesday 19:00 - 21:00
Fee £33.00
Art & Craft Summer Workshop
Use a range of techniques and materials
to create papier mache and 3D collage.
Research artists using the Internet to
influence your projects and ideas. CL
Brampton 1414L032 - 6 wks
Starts 25-Jun-15
Nicola Roberts
Thursday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £38.00
Brampton 1414L033 - 6 wks
Starts 26-Jun-15
Nicola Roberts
Friday 13:00 - 15:00
Fee £38.00
Zumba® Summer Workshop
An introduction to Zumba dance. CL
Brampton 1414L025 - 6 wks
Starts 25-Jun-15
Thursday 10:00 - 12:00
Jane Hua
FF £33.00
Recycled Creative Craft Summer
Workshop
Transform everyday items that are thrown
away into exciting new designs. CL
Brampton 1414L034 - 6 wks
Starts 25-Jun-15
Nicola Roberts
Thursday 13:00 - 15:00
Fee £33.00
Science made Simple Summer
Workshop
An introduction to science, come and carry
out simple experiments and have fun. CL
Brampton 1414L043 - 6 wks
Starts 25-Jun-15
Thursday 13:00 - 15:00
Fee £45.00
Creative Arts Summer Workshop
Learn to create a wall mural using various
materials and different techniques. CL
Brampton 1414L037 - 6 wks
Starts 26-Jun-15
Suzy Wyatt
Friday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £43.00
Micro Gardening Summer Workshop
Gardening in a small space. You will have
grow fruit, vegetables and flowers as well as
make simple floristry and craft projects. CL
Brampton 1414L040 - 6 wks
Starts 26-Jun-15
Susan Tagg
Friday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £48.00
Cameras Summer Workshop
Use digital cameras and image editing
software to create images that reflect your
own passions and interests. Contribute to
a small summer exhibition. CL
Brampton 1414L046 - 6 wks
Starts 26-Jun-15
Dominic White
Friday 13:00 - 15:00
Fee £33.00
All the course fees include materials
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Beauty Therapies & Hairdressing
Reflexology: Level 3 Certificate - ITEC
Massage for Women: Introduction
Focussing on a range of practical skills
and underpinning knowledge required to
successfully perform Reflexology
treatments. Fees include exam and admin
Massage skills to achieve relaxation,
stress relief and to recognise how tension
is held in the body. CL
Brampton 1401B502 - 8 wks
Starts 13-Jan-15
Janet Whitehead
Tuesday 19:15 - 21:15
Fee £130.00 HF N/A
£65.00
costs of £74.00. H Q G IA i F3 24+
Brampton 1401B308 - 30 wks
Starts 01-Jun-15
Valerie Ecob
Monday 18:30 - 21:00
Fee 19-23 £782.00 Fee 24+ £1,417.00
Anti Ageing French Facial
For the professional therapist. In-depth
study of the skin, the causes of skin
ageing and damage, and preventative
measures including a French Massage. CL
Brampton 1401B322 - 6 wks
Starts 09-Jan-15
Janice Iles
Friday 09:30 - 15:00
Fee £150.00
HF £75.00
Deep Tissue Massage
Continuing Professional Development for
students qualified in anatomy, physiology
and massage (carrying 7 CPD points). N
Brampton 1401B304 - 5 wks
Starts 02-Jun-15
Lesley Woollard
Tuesday 19:00 - 21:00
Fee £80.00
Gel Nails
Continuing Professional Development
teaching the basics of nail preparation,
application and removal of UV Gel. N
Erith 1407R220 - 3 days
Starts 10-Feb-15
Yvonne Enoe
Tues, Wed & Thurs 18:00 - 21:00
Fee £150.00
Brampton 1407B214 - 3 days
Starts 08-Jul-15
Yvonne Enoe
Wed, Thurs & Friday 18:00 - 21:00
Fee £150.00
Eyelash Extension Workshop
Extend the length and thickness of
eyelashes on an individual basis to create
a completely natural look. N
Erith 1407R214 - 1 day
Starts 15-Jan-15
Yvonne Enoe
Thursday 10:00 - 16:00
Fee £105.00
Erith 1407R215 - 1 day
Starts 16-Apr-15
Yvonne Enoe
Thursday 10:00 - 16:00
Fee £105.00
10
Indian Head Massage: Introduction
Learn the history of Indian Head Massage
and various techniques for stress relief. CL
Brampton 1401B503 - 6 wks
Starts 14-Apr-15
Janet Whitehead
Tuesday 19:15 - 21:15
Fee £100.00 HF £50.00
Meditation for Relaxation
Learn how to feel inner calmness and
resourceful states of mind. CL
Brampton 1401B111 - 4 wks
Starts 13-Jan-15
Tim Gratwick
Tuesday 19:30 - 21:30
Fee £50.00 HF £25.00
Erith 1401R313 - 4 wks
Starts 15-Apr-15
Wednesday 19:15 - 21:15
Fee £50.00 HF £25.00
Tim Gratwick
Reiki: Level 2
For any student who has studied Reiki to
first degree. Building on techniques and
introducing students to Reiki symbols and
how to use them. Practitioner level. CL
Brampton 1401B316 - 8 wks
Starts 09-Jan-15
Rhonda Bailey
Friday 18:15 - 21:15
Fee £132.00
HF £66.00
Positive Thinking
Discover powerful, effective techniques that
can change patterns of behaviour, improve
health, and help you to achieve. CL
Erith 1401R309 - 4 wks
Starts 14-Jan-15
Tim Gratwick
Wednesday 19:15 - 21:15
Fee £50.00 HF £25.00
Science of Cosmetics
For anyone with an interest in how
cosmetics are made and the raw materials
used in their formulations. CL
Brampton 1401B323 - 6 wks
Starts 17-Apr-15
Janice Iles
Friday 09:30 - 15:00
Fee £150.00 HF £75.00
www.tlcbexley.ac.uk
Hairdressing: Level 1 Certificate - City
& Guilds
For students new to the industry with little
or no experience of hairdressing and
barbering, including a Level 1 in English.
You will need to buy a kit, uniform and text
book, information will be provided. Fees
include exam and admin costs of £152.00.
Q G IA i N FL
Erith 1407R208 - 35 wks
Starts 09-Jan-15
Friday 09:30 - 16:00
Fee £650.00
Odette Austin
Cutting Workshop: Advanced
Continuing Professional Development for
qualified hairdressers who want to develop
their cutting skills. Create timeless styles and
experiment with current trends. Introduction
to men's styling. N
Brampton 1407B208 - 10 wks
Starts 06-Jan-15
Laura Verrier
Tuesday 15:30 - 19:00
Fee £160.00
Creative Colour Workshop
The theory and practical side of colouring
hair. Students will develop practical skills,
which will be assessed on paying clients. N
Brampton 1407B202 - 10 wks
Starts 13-Apr-15
Lisa Waite
Monday 10:00 - 15:00
Fee £225.00
Perming Workshop
Continuing Professional Development
covering the theory and practical side of
perming. N
Brampton 1407B201 - 10 wks
Starts 12-Jan-15
Lisa Waite
Monday 16:00 - 20:00
Fee £225.00
X-Tenso Moisturist Workshop
Continuing Professional Development for
hairdressers. Enhance your skills and
bring yourself up to date with current
trends. X-Tenso Moisturist Brazilian
Straightening alters the structure of the
hair to achieve a natural look. N
Brampton 1407B211 - 3 wks
Starts 18-Apr-15
Laura Verrier
Saturday 10:00 - 15:00
Fee £150.00
Brampton 1407B212 - 3 wks
Starts 04-Jul-15
Laura Verrier
Saturday 10:00 - 15:00
Fee £150.00
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Business Skills
Accounting: Level 3 Diploma - AAT
Careers
Guidance
Our Careers team is here to
help you choose what is right
for you. Many people who return
to learning or work need advice
about where to start or what
to do next.
We can help you explore all of
your options and choose the
right course of action for you.
Our team can help you with:
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finding the right course
job search
planning your CV
help with application forms
interview techniques
To find out more, contact us
& 020 8298 2822
* [email protected]
tlcbexley.ac.uk
“ I found the service
very helpful and the
advice given helped
me make positive steps
to my future”
For those who have already achieved a
Level 2 in Accounting this course
introduces you to more complex
accounting tasks, such as maintaining cost
accounting records and the preparation of
reports and returns. The course fee
includes £249 examination and
administration costs. In addition to the
course and examination fees there is an
AAT admission fee of £40.00 and Student
membership fee of £86.00 which you pay
directly to AAT. Workbooks will also need
to be purchased at a cost of approximately
£95.00. You need to have level 2
(Foundation) AAT Certificate in Accounting.
H Q G IA F3
24+
Brampton 1415B231 – 17 wks
Starts 06-Jan-15
Tuesday & Thursday 18:00 – 21:30
Fee 19-23 £1121.00
Fee 24+ £1993.00
Brampton 1415B232 – 36 wks
Starts 06- Jan-15
Tuesday 09:15 – 15:45
Fee 19-23 £1121.00
Fee 24+ £1993.00
Business and Administration: Level 2
Certificate - Edexcel
For those who are working in an
administrative role as office juniors,
administrators or clerical assistants, who
would like to improve their skill set and
gain a qualification. Giving you the
opportunity to develop essential
knowledge including working with and
supervising others, managing information,
and producing documents. You will be
assessed in the workplace so you need to
be working in a suitable role within a
business environment, and will require
your employer's consent. The course fee
includes £121.00 exam and admin costs.
H Q G IA F2
Brampton 1415B938 - 16 wks
Starts 23-Feb-15
Jane Phelps
Monday 13:00 - 16:00
Fee £385.00
Business Start Up
Sidcup High Street 1415H231 - 24 wks
Starts 26-Jan-15
Marina Demtchenko
Monday Wednesday 09:30 - 15:00
Fee 19-23 £1121.00
Fee 24+ £1993.00
Learn the key skills required to start your
own business including how to write a
business plan, carry out market research,
market your business effectively and
manage budgets, VAT and other costs. N
Brampton 1415B002 - 1 day
Starts 10-Jan-15
Carole Dwyer
Saturday 09:30 - 15:30
Fee £33.00
Accounting: Level 4 Diploma - AAT Financial Statements
Social Media for Businesses:
Essentials
One of the compulsory units for the Level
4 Diploma which consists of:
Understanding the regulatory framework
underpinning financial reporting,
understanding key features of published
financial statements, drafting a limited
company’s statutory financial statements,
drafting consolidated financial statements
and interpreting financial statements using
ratio analysis. Course fee includes £61
exam and admin costs. Q G IA N
Brampton 1415B240 - 8 wks
Starts 04-Dec-14
David Smith
Thursday 18:30 - 21:30
Fee £321.00
This workshop for small businesses will
help you create a social media presence to
promote your business using free tools
such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. N
Brampton 1415B944 - 1 day
Starts 07-Mar-15
Saturday 10:00 - 16:00
Fee £55.00
Help with Fees
Internet Marketing: Introduction
Learn how to promote your business
website and increase sales through
internet marketing. Students need to
already have a business website. N
Sidcup High Street 1415H946 - 1 day
Starts 14-Mar-15
Saturday 10:00 - 16:00
Fee £55.00
Check the fee chart on page 30 to see
if you are eligible for a
FREE course or see
the website for
grant information.
& 020 3045 5176
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Career Development
Counselling
Retail Knowledge: Level 2 Certificate
- OCR
Assessing Vocationally Related
Achievement: Level 3 Award Units 1 & 3
A vocationally-related and credit-based
qualification, designed to expand
knowledge and understanding of the
sector. For those already employed in
retail, or who are looking at retail as a
future career path. H Q IA i F2
Sidcup High Street 1407H900 - 22 wks
Starts 09-Jan-15
Laura Verrier
Friday 09:00 - 16:00
Fee £395.00
Project Management: Introduction
An overview of key PM tools and
techniques to create a structured
approach. Students will have the
opportunity to take part in practical
exercises aimed at testing a number of
different techniques and skills. N
Brampton 1415B949 - 1 day
Starts 31-Jan-15
Jillian Barksby
Saturday 09:30 - 15:30
Fee £55.00
Assertiveness Skills Workshop
Suitable for anyone who wants to build
their confidence and self-esteem. Learn
how to express views more effectively, and
make decisions. N
Brampton 1415B945 - 1 day
Starts 25-Apr-15
Carole Dwyer
Saturday 10:00 - 16:00
Fee £55.00
Presentation Skills Workshop:
Beginners
Ideal if you currently have little or no
experience of public speaking. Offering
simple, easy to practice tools to build
confidence, convey your message, and
present effectively. N
Brampton 1415B947 - 1 day
Starts 09-May-15
Carole Dwyer
Saturday 10:00 - 16:00
Fee £55.00
Effective Communication Skills
A practical, interactive workshop to help
you speak with more confidence, acquire
more influence with your colleagues and
enhance your professionalism. N
Brampton 1415B948 - 1 day
Starts 16-May-15
Carole Dwyer
Saturday 10:00 - 16:00
Fee £55.00
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Conducting Effective Meetings
Use a variety of techniques to organise
and conduct effective and interactive
meetings. N
Brampton 1415B950 - 1 day
Starts 13-Jun-15
Carole Dwyer
Saturday 10:00 - 16:00
Fee £55.00
Teaching, Training &
Assessment
Education & Training: Level 3 Award
6502 - City & Guilds
An introductory City & Guilds course for
teaching or training adults. No teaching
hours required. Q IA i N
Brampton 1413B765 - 9 wks
Starts 22-Jan-15
Dominic White
Wednesday 09:30 - 12:30
Fee £440.00
Brampton 1413B766 - 9 wks
Starts 22-Jan-15
Jane Phelps
Thursday 18:00 - 21:00
Fee £440.00
Assessing Vocational Achievement:
Level 3 Certificate
TAQA qualifications are for those working
in, or looking to enter roles in, assessment
and internal quality assurance. You need
to register your interest by contacting
[email protected]
Units 1, 2 and 3, full Certificate for
practitioners who need to be qualified to
use ALL assessment methods in a work /
classroom environment. You will need your
own candidates to assess. Q IA i N
Brampton 1413B011
Flexible start dates
Jane Phelps
Fee £800.00
Assessing Competence in a Work
Environment: Level 3 Award Units 1 & 2
For practitioners who only assess the
achievement of occupational competence
in a work environment using a variety of
assessment methods. Q IA i N
Brampton 1413B009
Flexible start dates
Jane Phelps
Fee £550.00
www.tlcbexley.ac.uk
For practitioners who only assess the
achievement of occupational competence
in vocationally related situations. Q IA i N
Brampton 1413B010
Flexible start dates
Jane Phelps
Fee £550.00
Internal Quality Assurance of
Assessment Processes & Practice:
Level 4 Award Units 1 & 2
For practitioners who conduct internal
quality assurance of the assessment
processes from within a centre or
organisation. Q IA i N
Brampton 1413B021
Flexible start dates
Jane Phelps
Fee £600.00
Understanding the IQA of
Assessment Processes & Practice:
Level 4 Award - Unit 1
Mandatory knowledge-only Unit 1 Award
for those who need to know about internal
quality assurance but who do not carry out
quality assurance themselves. Q IA i N
Brampton 1413B020
Flexible start dates
Jane Phelps
Fee £350.00
Understanding the Principles and
Practices of Assessment: Level 3
Award - Unit 1
Reduced fee as recognition of prior
learning for those who already hold the
6502 Award in Education and Training.
This is a knowledge-only Unit. Q IA i N
Brampton 1413B008
Flexible start dates
Jane Phelps
Fee £180.00
Counselling
Counselling Skills: Level 2 Certificate CPCAB
Work towards the skills required to gain
employment or work as a volunteer.
Essential preparation for progression to
the Level 3 Counselling qualification. Fees
include exam and admin costs of £153.00.
H Q G IA i F2
Brampton 1401B405 - 30 wks
Starts 13-Jan-15
Trefor Bevan
Tuesday 18:00 - 21:00
Fee £617.00
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Childcare
Role of the Teaching Assistant:
Introduction - Level 1
Designed to stimulate interest and
understanding of the skills and knowledge
needed to support teaching and learning in
school. Ideal if you are considering a
career working with children. You will be
guided by your tutor to develop your own
portfolio of evidence. It does not qualify
students for a specific job but does
prepare you for additional training or
moving onto employment. Q N
Erith 1413R601 - 10 wks
Starts 16-Apr-15
Jane Whitefield
Thursday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £140.00
Supporting Teaching and Learning in
Schools: Level 2 Certificate - CACHE
Develop the knowledge and skills needed
to work in a school environment. The units
cover children and young people’s
development, the requirements of
safeguarding and the importance of
equality, diversity and inclusion. Students
will build a portfolio which will provide
evidence of their knowledge and they will
be required to complete homework and
assessments each week. Students will
also be assessed in the workplace.
Learners must have a work/voluntary
placement in a primary or secondary
school in Key Stage 1 and above for a
minimum of 6 hours per week over a
period of a year. Students must be aged
18 and over. Fees include exam and
admin costs of £114. H Q G IA F2
Brampton 1413B603 - 15 wks
Starts 19-Jan-15
Jane Whitefield
Monday 09:45 - 11:45
Fee £729.00
Brampton 1413B604 - 15 wks
Starts 04-Feb-15
Jane Whitefield
Wednesday 09:45 - 11:45
Fee £729.00
Foundation Degree in Childhood
Studies
From February 2015 we will be offering
this 2 year Foundation Degree, at Level 4
and 5 in conjunction with Canterbury
Christ Church University.
If you would like to register your interest
phone our contact centre or register
online: go to the childcare section, click for
courses and select the Foundation
Degree. A member of College staff will
contact you with further information.
Crafts
Baby Gifts: Make a Nappy Cake
Make a beautiful gift, using nappies and
other items to welcome a new baby. N
Brampton 1409B117 - 1 day
Starts 22-Feb-15
Annette Gleeson
Monday 19:30 - 21:30
Fee £29.00
Jewellery: Improvers
Develop new skills to design / make fine
jewellery with precious metal and gemstones.
Brampton 1409S300 - 9 wks
N
Starts 22-Jan-15
Antonio De Gaetani
Thursday 13:00 - 15:00
Fee £95.00 HF £47.50
Bead Workshop/Traditional Pearl
Springing
A bead workshop for more experienced
students. N
Brampton 1409B311 - 1 day
Starts 28-Mar-15
Clare Connolly
Saturday 10:00 - 15:00
Fee £40.00
Bead and Wire Jewellery
Learn to make simple yet beautiful items
using silver wire and a variety of beads. CL
Brampton 1409B310 - 8 wks
Starts 18-Apr-15
Clare Connolly
Saturday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £80.00 HF £40.00
Chain Jewellery
Discover how to make chain link jewellery
using simple techniques. CL
Brampton 1409B312 - 8 wks
Starts 18-Apr-15
Clare Connolly
Saturday 13:00 - 15:00
Fee £80.00 HF £40.00
Design and Create Jewellery
Learn how to design and present your own
original jewellery. CL
Brampton 1409B302 - 5 wks
Starts 03-Jun-15
Antonio De Gaetani
Wednesday 19:00 - 21:00
Fee £50.00 HF £25.00
Jewellery: All Abilities
Basic jewellery making techniques. CL
Brampton 1409B303 - 6 wks
Starts 04-Jun-15
Antonio De Gaetani
Thursday 19:00 - 21:00
Fee £60.00 HF £30.00
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Jewellery: Introduction
Introduction to jewellery making, giving a
broad overview of the techniques used. N
Brampton 1409B313 - 1 day
Starts 27-Jun-15
Clare Connolly
Saturday 10:00 - 15:00
Fee £40.00
Reclamation of Old Jewellery
This course turns old items of jewellery
into fabulous, wearable pieces. CL
Brampton 1409B320 - 2 wks
Starts 07-Mar-15
Clare Connolly
Saturday 10:00 - 13:00
Fee £50.00 HF £25.00
Stacking Rings
Create your very own unique and
fashionable set of stacking rings. N
Brampton 1409B308 - 1 day
Starts 20-Jun-15
Clare Connolly
Saturday 10:00 - 15:00
Fee £40.00
Tiaras and Occasion Jewellery
Make a banded tiara with crystals, pearls
or beads and a complementary piece of
jewellery. N
Brampton 1409B304 - 1 day
Starts 28-Feb-15
Clare Connolly
Saturday 10:00 - 16:00
Fee £35.00
Woven Jewellery
Learn weaving techniques to make a
bracelet and ring. N
Brampton 1409B309 - 1 day
Starts 21-Mar-15
Clare Connolly
Saturday 10:00 - 16:00
Fee £35.00
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Crafts
Enamelling: Mixed Ability
Brampton 1409B215 - 8 wks
Starts 29-Apr-15
Wednesday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £85.00 HF £42.50
Discover the colourful world of enamelling.
Sieve glass powder onto metal then fire in
a kiln to make lustrous designs for small
decorative items. CL
Brampton 1409B505 - 8 wks
Starts 23-Jan-15
Ruby Tomes
Friday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £80.00 HF £40.00
Enamelling Summer Workshop
Learn the technique of enamelling on this
fun course. A range of techniques are
explored for all abilities. CL
Brampton 1409B506 - 2 days
Starts 04-Jun-15
Ruby Tomes
Thursday & Friday 10:00 - 15:00
Fee £55.00 HF £27.50
Mosaic
Work with a variety of materials, including
glass, shells, and broken pottery. Develop
your design skills and use of colour, to
produce individual and personal work. CL
Brampton 1409B501 - 12 wks
Starts 20-Jan-15
Patricia Barrow
Tuesday 19:00 - 21:00
Fee £148.00 HF £74.00
Stained Glass and Glass Fusing: All
Abilities
Learn the skills and techniques to design and
make leaded stained glass panels and the
basic skills of glass fusing and slumping. CL
Brampton 1409B417 - 14 wks
Starts 19-Jan-15
Lucy Winter
Monday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £140.00 HF £70.00
Stained Glass: All Abilities Workshop
Learn the skills and techniques to design and
make your own leaded glass panels. CL
Brampton 1409B416 - 9 wks
Starts 19-Jan-15
Lucy Winter
Monday 13:00 - 15:00
Fee £88.00 HF £44.00
Glass Fusing & Slumping
Learn how to slump and fuse glass to make
beautiful and unique pieces of art. CL
Brampton 1409B413 - 10 wks
Starts 22-Jan-15
Lucy Winter
Thursday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £95.00 HF £47.50
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Jane Lowth
Brampton 1409B216 - 8 wks
Starts 29-Apr-15
Jane Lowth
Wednesday 13:00 - 15:00
Fee £85.00 HF N/A £42.50
Brampton 1409B414 - 10 wks
Starts 20-Apr-15
Lucy Winter
Thursday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £95.00 HF £47.50
Pottery: All Abilities
Get your hands into clay and have fun
learning techniques from hand-building
pots to throwing them on a wheel. CL
Brampton 1409B430 - 9 wks
Starts 22-Jan-15
Colin Fifield
Thursday 19:00 - 21:00
Fee £95.00 HF £47.50
Sculpt Animals in Clay
Make animals in clay using two different
methods. Suitable for both beginners and
those with experience. CL
Brampton 1409B217 - 2 wks
Starts 05-Feb-15
Sue Colclough-Evans
Thursday 09:30 - 12:30
Fee £60.00 HF £30.00
Creative Pottery for Families
Parents/carers and children work in a
friendly and creative atmosphere. Produce
a range of handmade pots. Fee is for one
adult and one child place. CL
Brampton 1409B433 - 5 wks
Starts 28-Feb-15
Colin Fifield
Saturday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £75.00
Pottery in the Summer: All Abilities
Get your hands into some clay and have
fun learning techniques from hand-building
pots, to throwing them on a wheel.
Experienced students will be encouraged
with their choice of project. CL
Brampton 1409B213 - 8 wks
Starts 28-Apr-15
Jane Lowth
Tuesday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £85.00 HF £42.50
www.tlcbexley.ac.uk
Brampton 1409B214 - 8 wks
Starts 02-Jun-15
Tuesday 13:00 - 15:00
Fee £85.00 HF £42.50
Jane Lowth
Pottery Taster: All Abilities
Focusing on hand building and sculptural
techniques, beginners will learn various
techniques. Current students can continue
their projects. CL
Brampton 1409B202 - 6 wks
Starts 01-Jun-15
Dee Whincup
Monday 19:00 - 21:00
Fee £62.00 HF £31.00
Potter’s Wheel
A fun day at the Potter’s wheel with plenty
of one to one tuition.There will be a small
charge if you would like your pots fired. N
Brampton 1409B208 - 1 day
Starts 25-Jun-15
Jane Lowth
Thursday 10:00 - 15:00
Fee £48.00
Woodcarving: All Abilities
Beginners will be given a project to
complete using a variety of woodcarving
techniques. More experienced carvers can
work on their own projects. CL
Brampton 1409B701 - 17 wks
Starts 06-Jan-15
Roli Ross
Tuesday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £123.00 HF £61.50
Brampton 1409B702 - 17 wks
Starts 06-Jan-15
Roli Ross
Tuesday 13:00 - 15:00
Fee £123.00 HF £61.50
Woodcarving Summer Course
Learn useful skills in woodcraft. All
abilities. CL
Brampton 1409B705 - 5 wks
Starts 02-Jun-15
Roli Ross
Tuesday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £45.00 HF £22.50
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DIY
Food
Brampton 1405B114 - 9 wks
Starts 22-Jan-15
Spencer Cooper
Thursday 19:00 - 21:00
Fee £97.00 HF £53.50
Brampton 1405B116 - 10 wks
Starts 16-Apr-15
Spencer Cooper
Thursday 19:00 - 21:00
Fee £107.00 HF £58.50
Comprising of five mandatory units.
Introduction to: the industry, personal
workplace skills, health and safety for the
workplace, principles of customer service
and food safety in catering. H Q FL
Brampton 1407B644 - 23 wks
Starts 16-Jan-15
Friday 18:00 - 21:00
Fee £160.00
Furniture Restoration 2
Basic Cake Baking
Have you got a project you need expert
help with? This is a practical course with a
bias towards traditional techniques for
repairing and finishing furniture. We do not
cover chair caning techniques. Students
will need to supply their own item(s) of
furniture for restoration. Please note:
There is no facility to store any items. A fee
of £40 to cover the cost of consumables
provided by the tutor is included in the
course fee. CL
Brampton 1405B103 - 20 wks
Starts 19-Jan-15
Timothy Caswell
Monday 19:30 - 21:30
Fee £187.00 HF £93.50
Master the skills involved in baking and
decorating a range of family favourites. CL
Brampton 1407B607 - 5 wks
Starts 14-Apr-15
Katrina French
Tuesday 19:00 - 21:15
Fee £56.00 HF £28.00
Brampton 1405B115 - 10 wks
Starts 14-Apr-15
Spencer Cooper
Tuesday 19:00 - 21:00
Fee £107.00 HF £58.50
Basic Bricklaying 1
Covering 3 basic elements; the use and
keeping of tools and materials, the mixes
of aggregates, the construction of a wall.
Students will need their own equipment
but this should only be purchased once the
course is viable and confirmed. A
bricklaying trowel, spirit level (3ft or 4ft)
hammer and bolster, line & pins, overalls,
safety boots and suitable gloves. CL
Crayford Manor House 1405C109 - 6 wks
Starts 18-Apr-15
Neil Hayman
Saturday 09:30 - 12:30
Fee £88.00 HF £44.00
Basic Bricklaying 2
A follow on from Basic Bricklaying, to
include the construction and components
of a cavity wall and decorative brickwork
i.e. basket weave, herringbone and
decorative piers. Students will need their
own equipment but this should only be
purchased once the course is viable and
confirmed. A bricklaying trowel, spirit level
(3ft or 4ft) hammer and bolster, line & pins,
overalls, safety boots and gloves. CL
Crayford Manor House 1405C110 - 6 wks
Starts 06-Jun-15
Neil Hayman
Saturday 09:30 - 12:30
Fee £88.00 HF £44.00
DIY
Learn how to tackle a variety of DIY jobs
around the home; painting and decorating,
wallpapering, fitting doors, skirting,
architrave and laminate flooring. The
course looks at Health and Safety issues.
Advice and guidance is given on individual
projects. £10 for material costs is included.
Summer Furniture Restoration:
Intensive
This intensive course will show you how to
restore a small item of furniture or
furnishings. You will need to bring along
something that you would like to restore
such as a jewellery box, picture frame or
dining room chair. If you intend to
upholster a dining room chair you will also
need to bring your own covering fabric.
The tutor will provide any additional
materials that you may need such as
stripper, polish, webbing, hessian and
padding. £10 for consumables is included
in the course fee. CL
Brampton 1405B104 - 2 days
Starts 27-Jul-15
Timothy Caswell
Monday Tuesday 09:00 - 15:30
Fee £71.00 HF £40.50
Baby and Nursery Cakes
Make a variety of toppers for cakes and
cupcakes suitable for your new additions. CL
Brampton 1407B605 - 5 wks
Starts 18-Apr-15
Saturday 13:00 - 15:00
Fee £50.00 HF £25.00
Cakes for Men
Using modelling, leaf making and bas relief
make cake toppers suitable for men. CL
Brampton 1407B611 - 5 wks
Starts 23-May-15
Katrina French
Saturday 13:00 - 15:00
Fee £50.00 HF £25.00
Handbag Cake
Carve and cover a ready-made cake in
sugar paste, texturise and transform the
cake to look like a handbag. N
Brampton 1407B618 - 2 wks
Starts 08-Jul-15
Katrina French
Wednesday 19:00 - 20:45
Fee £18.00
Magical Mystical Cakes
CL
Brampton 1405B113 - 9 wks
Starts 20-Jan-15
Spencer Cooper
Tuesday 19:00 - 21:00
Fee £97.00 HF £53.50
Hospitality - Introduction to
Employment in the Hospitality
Industry: Level 1 Award
You can view all our courses and
course information online at
www.tlcbexley.ac.uk
& 020 3045 5176
From Harry’s sorting hat to a sleepy
dragon learn a range of skills to make eye
catching cake toppers. CL
Brampton 1407B622 - 5 wks
Starts 22-Jul-15
Katrina French
Wednesday 19:00 - 21:15
Fee £56.00 HF £28.00
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Food
Novelty Cakes
Secrets of Italian Cookery: Main
Courses
Transform plain cakes into novelty themed
cakes. CL
Brampton 1407B625 - 5 wks
Starts 03-Jun-15
Katrina French
Wednesday 19:00 - 21:00
Fee £50.00 HF N/A £25.00
Learn mouthwatering classic and regional
Italian main courses. CL
Brampton 1407B407 - 6 wks
Starts 16-Jan-15
Rosanna Ingram
Friday 09:30 - 12:45
Fee £120.00 HF £60.00
Sugar Flowers: Beginners
Learn to make a range of sugar flowers
displayed in a charming sugar card. CL
Brampton 1407B636 - 5 wks
Starts 14-Jan-15
Diane Williams
Wednesday 16:15 - 18:15
Fee £50.00 HF £25.00
Brampton 1407B637 - 5 wks
Starts 17-Jan-15
Katrina French
Saturday 13:00 - 15:00
Fee £50.00 HF £25.00
Sugar Characters
You will be able to transform sugar paste
into charming sugar characters. CL
Brampton 1407B634 - 5 wks
Starts 25-Feb-15
Katrina French
Wednesday 16:15 - 18:15
Fee £50.00 HF £25.00
Sugar Modelling
Make some beautiful creations in sugar to
include modelling people. CL
Brampton 1407B633 - 5 wks
Starts 28-Feb-15
Saturday 13:00 - 15:00
Fee £50.00 HF £25.00
Suitcase Cake
Decorate a cake in the shape of a suitcase
and add a suitable top to turn it into an eye
catching piece. CL
Brampton 1407B640 - 3 wks
Starts 04-Jul-15
Saturday 13:00 - 15:00
Fee £30.00
Royal Icing: All Abilities
Learn the basics of making royal icing
covering a dummy cake. Piping stars,
rosettes and rope work. CL
Brampton 1407B629 - 5 wks
Starts 19-May-15
Katrina French
Tuesday 19:00 - 21:00
Fee £50.00 HF £25.00
16
Secrets of Italian Cookery: Desserts
Wedding Cake Design
Learn the skills to cover, stack, pillar and
block dummy cakes. Learn to make
drapes, swags, bows, pipe and brush
embroidery. CL
Brampton 1407B643 - 10 wks
Starts 13-Jan-15
Katrina French
Tuesday 19:00 - 21:15
Fee £110.00 HF £55.00
Brampton 1407B641 - 5 wks
Starts 15-Jan-15
Katrina French
Thursday 09:30 - 13:45
Fee £95.00 HF £47.50
Brampton 1407B642 - 5 wks
Starts 20-Jun-15
Saturday 09:00 - 12:45
Fee £95.00 HF £47.50
African Bride and Groom
Model an African bride and groom to adorn
a wedding cake. CL
Brampton 1407B601 - 3 wks
Starts 06-May-15
Katrina French
Wednesday 19:00 - 20:45
Fee £26.50
Asian Bride and Groom
With a little paste and know how create a
stunning bride and groom. Suitable for those
with some cake decorating knowledge. CL
Brampton 1407B603 - 3 wks
Starts 09-May-15
Saturday 11:00 - 12:45
Fee £26.50
Campervan Bride and Groom
Transform a simple dummy cake into a
camper-van then add a charming couple to
finish the piece. Suitable for those with a
some cake decorating knowledge. CL
Brampton 1407B612 - 3 wks
Starts 30-Jun-15
Katrina French
Tuesday 19:00 - 21:15
Fee £33.00
www.tlcbexley.ac.uk
Learn some mouthwatering classic and
regional Italian desserts using simple
ingredients. CL
Brampton 1407B408 - 6 wks
Starts 05-Jun-15
Rosanna Ingram
Friday 09:30 - 12:45
Fee £120.00 HF £60.00
Indian Cookery Including Vegetarian:
Advanced
For learners who have completed the
beginners' course or want to refresh their
skills. Explore exotic Indian spices which
add warmth and subtlety to recipes. CL
Brampton 1407B403 - 5 wks
Starts 12-Jan-15
Monday 18:30 - 20:30
Fee £60.00 HF £30.00
Brampton 1407B405 - 5 wks
Starts 20-Apr-15
Monday 18:30 - 20:30
Fee £60.00 HF £30.00
Indian Cookery Including Vegetarian:
Beginners
Discover how to prepare and cook a wide
range of Indian recipes. CL
Brampton 1407B402 - 5 wks
Starts 23-Feb-15
Monday 18:30 - 20:30
Fee £60.00 HF £30.00
Full course details
are available
online. Enrol
online before
5 January &
SAVE 5%
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Health, Fitness, Sport & Leisure
Dance of the Dragon with Chi Ball
Dance
This exercise regulates breathing and
calms the mind, gives harmony, balance
and wellbeing and can also relieve
arthritis, menopause, chronic fatigue and
aid weight-loss. CL
Brampton 1408B305 - 8 wks
Starts 30-Jan-15
Friday 10:45 - 11:45
Fee £36.00 HF £18.00
American Line Dance: Improvers
Beginners who have past experience of
choreographed steps but are new to Line
Dance are welcome. Dance sequences
are performed using many tempos and
types of music. CL
Brampton 1409B965 - 9 wks
Starts 19-Jan-15
Valerie Ecob
Monday 15:05 - 16:35
Fee £61.00 HF £30.50
Brampton 1409B966 - 10 wks
Starts 13-Apr-15
Valerie Ecob
Monday 15:05 - 16:35
Fee £68.00 HF £34.00
Belly Dance: All Abilities
Learn the history of Eastern dance and the
movements involved. The moves including
footwork and isolated hip and torso
movements are expressive and help
shape the body. CL
Brampton 1409B969 - 9 wks
Starts 19-Jan-15
Valerie Ecob
Monday 10:00 - 11:30
Fee £66.00 HF £33.00
Brampton 1408B312 - 9 wks
Starts 12-May-15
Pamela Jones
Tuesday 09:30 - 11:00
Fee £67.00 HF £33.50
Brampton 1408B313 - 9 wks
Starts 12-May-15
Pamela Jones
Tuesday 19:30 - 21:00
Fee £67.00 HF £33.50
Chair Based Yoga: All Abilities
A chair based yoga class, aimed at those
who may benefit from the support. CL
Brampton 1408B314 - 4 wks
Starts 16-Jun-15
Pamela Jones
Tuesday 11:15 - 12:15
Fee £20.00
Salsa: Advanced
Chair Based Stretch & Tone
You need a knowledge of salsa steps and
routines or to have completed the
improvers course. Partners are welcome
but if you don’t have a partner, you’ll be
paired with someone in the class. CL
Brampton 1409B955 - 9 wks
Starts 24-Jan-15
Stefania Quaresima
Saturday 10:00 - 11:30
Fee £72.00 HF £36.00
Ideal for anyone looking for a general all
round workout whilst sitting in a chair.
Improve your fitness, tone and flexibility. CL
Brampton 1408B316 - 8 wks
Starts 27-Jan-15
Donna Sugden
Tuesday 11:45 - 12:30
Fee £30.00
Brampton 1409B956 - 11 wks
Starts 18-Apr-15
Stefania Quaresima
Saturday 10:00 - 11:30
Fee £88.00 HF £44.00
Fitness
Body Alignment and Functional
Movement
Ideal for anybody wanting to improve their
mobility, range of movement and to
address any postural imbalances in their
body. The exercises will help to restore
flexibility, strength and well-being. CL
Brampton 1408B310 - 9 wks
Starts 03-Feb-15
Pamela Jones
Tuesday 09:30 - 11:00
Fee £67.00 HF £33.50
Chair Based Stretch & Tone Taster
Try this taster and then enrol on the main
course. For anyone looking for a general
all round workout whilst sitting in a chair. N
Brampton 1408B315 - 1 day
Starts 20-Jan-15
Donna Sugden
Tuesday 11:45 - 12:30
Fee £5.00
Dance of the Dragon with Chi Ball:
Taster
Try this taster session and then if you like
it sign up for the 8 week course. N
Brampton 1408B304 - 1 day
Starts 23-Jan-15
Donna Sugden
Friday 10:45 - 11:45
Fee £5.00
& 020 3045 5176
Fitness Through Dance
Dance encourages release of serotonin the 'happy hormone' that lifts our spirits,
creates more energy, increases stamina,
and expands memory capacity. CL
Brampton 1409B967 - 9 wks
Starts 22-Jan-15
Valerie Ecob
Thursday 14:15 - 15:15
Fee £45.00 HF £22.50
Brampton 1409B968 - 10 wks
Starts 16-Apr-15
Valerie Ecob
Thursday 14:15 - 15:15
Fee £50.00 HF £25.00
Move to the Music & Exercise: All
Abilities
A fun class for mature adults wanting to
get fit. Improve aerobic fitness, flexibility
and tone muscles. CL
Brampton 1408B303 - 13 wks
Starts 14-Apr-15
Donna Sugden
Tuesday 10:20 - 11:35
Fee £80.00 HF £40.00
Meditation & Movement: Beginners
If you would like to learn to meditate but
hate the idea of sitting still then this is the
course for you. Simple, practical and very
effective techniques. CL
Brampton 1408B407 - 8 wks
Starts 22-Jan-15
Rhonda Bailey
Thursday 09:45 - 11:15
Fee £57.00 HF £28.50
Meditation & Movement:
Intermediate
Develop the skills taught in the beginners
class and deepen the effects. You will
learn to breathe deeply and build on the
use of meditation. CL
Brampton 1408B408 - 6 wks
Starts 16-Apr-15
Rhonda Bailey
Thursday 09:45 - 11:15
Fee £45.00 HF £22.50
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Health & Fitness
Pilates for Life: Beginners
For those with little or no knowledge of
Pilates. Sessions will include exercises
that promote core strength, improve
posture, balance, and energy. CL
Brampton 1408B231 - 16 wks
Starts 13-Apr-15
Jane Percival
Monday 12:15 - 13:30
Fee £98.00 HF £49.00
Brampton 1408B226 - 13 wks
Starts 16-Apr-15
Monique Kidd
Thursday 18:15 - 19:15
Fee £64.00 HF £32.00
Pilates: Beginners/Improvers
Sessions will include exercises that promote
core strength, improve posture and
balance, increase flexibility and energy. CL
Brampton 1408B235 - 12 wks
Starts 22-Jan-15
Laura Turner
Thursday 13:00 - 14:00
Fee £59.00 HF £29.50
Brampton 1408B236 - 10 wks
Starts 07-May-15
Laura Turner
Thursday 13:00 - 14:00
Fee £49.00 HF £24.50
Pilates for Life: All Abilities
For students with no knowledge of Pilates or
those wishing to progress. Sessions include
exercises to promote core strength, improve
posture, balance and energy. CL
Brampton 1408B233 - 12 wks
Starts 13-Apr-15
Jane Percival
Monday 19:00 - 20:15
Fee £74.00 HF £37.00
Brampton 1408B234 - 17 wks
Starts 14-Apr-15
Jane Percival
Tuesday 09:15 - 10:15
Fee £84.00 HF £42.00
Brampton 1408S222 - 17 wks
Starts 17-Apr-15
Jane Percival
Friday 12:15 - 13:30
Fee £107.00 HF £53.50
Brampton 1408S229 - 14 wks
Starts 17-Apr-15
Laura Turner
Friday 13:45 - 14:45
Fee £69.00 HF £34.50
Pilates For Life: Early Morning
Start your day with Pilates and improve your
posture, breathing and wellbeing. CL
Brampton 1408B217 - 10 wks
Starts 20-Jan-15
Jane Percival
Tuesday 07:30 - 08:15
Fee £38.00 HF £19.00
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Brampton 1408B218 - 12 wks
Starts 21-Apr-15
Jane Percival
Tuesday 07:30 - 08:15
Fee £45.00 HF £22.50
Pre & Post Natal Pilates
A Mum-to-be or a new Mum? Pilates can
help you to maintain your wellbeing. It will
help strengthen abdominals, pelvic floor,
improve posture, release tension and
increase energy, leaving you revitalised! CL
Brampton 1408B700 - 6 wks
Starts 20-Jan-15
Laura Turner
Tuesday 13:00 - 14:00
Fee £30.00
Brampton 1408B701 - 6 wks
Starts 14-Apr-15
Laura Turner
Tuesday 13:00 - 14:00
Fee £30.00
Brampton 1408B702 - 6 wks
Starts 02-Jun-15
Laura Turner
Tuesday 13:00 - 14:00
Fee £30.00
Iyengar Yoga: All Abilities
Covering basic, level 1, 2 and 3 Iyengar
yoga postures, including seated, standing,
forward / backward extension, inverted
poses and basic breathing techniques. CL
Venue TBA 1408S104 - 15 wks
Starts 12-Jan-15
Eileen Tunbridge
Monday 09:45 - 11:15
Fee £111.00 HF £55.50
Venue TBA 1408S105 - 15 wks
Starts 12-Jan-15
Eileen Tunbridge
Monday 11:30 - 13:00
Fee £111.00 HF £55.50
Venue TBA 1408S106 - 15 wks
Starts 13-Jan-15
Eileen Tunbridge
Tuesday 10:00 - 11:30
Fee £111.00 HF £55.50
Venue TBA 1408S107 - 15 wks
Starts 13-Jan-15
Eileen Tunbridge
Tuesday 19:30 - 21:00
Fee £111.00 HF £55.50
Brampton 1408B107 - 13 wks
Starts 29-Apr-15
Tracey Hudson
Wednesday 19:05 - 20:35
Fee £96.00 HF £48.00
You can view all our courses and
course information online at
www.tlcbexley.ac.uk
www.tlcbexley.ac.uk
Iyengar Yoga: Beginners
Covering basic Iyengar yoga postures,
including seated, standing, forward /
backward extension, inverted poses and
basic breathing techniques. CL
Brampton 1408B106 - 13 wks
Starts 29-Apr-15
Tracey Hudson
Wednesday 18:00 - 19:00
Fee £80.00 HF £40.00
Tai Chi (Chen-style):
Beginners/Improvers
Beneficial to health by improving balance,
joint movement and decreasing stress
levels. Learn sets of movements and some
simple, relaxing Qigong exercises. CL
Brampton 1408B404 - 6 wks
Starts 13-Apr-15
Rhonda Bailey
Monday 19:30 - 21:00
Fee £45.00 HF £22.50
Tai Chi (Yang-style):
Beginners/Improvers
Beneficial to health by improving balance,
joint movement and decreasing stress
levels. Learn sets of movements and some
simple, relaxing Qigong exercises. CL
Brampton 1408B405 - 6 wks
Starts 16-Apr-15
Rhonda Bailey
Thursday 11:30 - 13:00
Fee £45.00 HF £22.50
Zumba® Fitness: All Abilities
Are you ready to party yourself into
shape? It’s an exhilarating, effective,
Latin-inspired, calorie-burning dance
fitness-party that’s moving millions of
people toward joy and health. CL
Brampton 1409B951 - 10 wks
Starts 16-Jan-15
Jane Hua
Friday 09:30 - 10:30
Fee £50.00 HF £25.00
Brampton 1409B952 - 10 wks
Starts 24-Apr-15
Friday 09:30 - 10:30
Fee £50.00 HF £25.00
Jane Hua
Zumba Fitness for Summer: All
Abilities
Brampton 1409B953 - 4 wks
Starts 10-Jul-15
Jane Percival
Friday 09:30 - 10:30
Fee £20.00
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Sport & Leisure
Bridge: Beginners
Covering the basics of Bridge using the
Modern Acol system. An introduction to
simple overcalls and to the defence of the
game will also be included. CL
Sidcup High Street 1408H503 - 12 wks
Starts 21-Jan-15
Jenny Jakes
Wednesday 13:00 - 15:00
Fee £103.00 HF £51.50
Sidcup High Street 1408B506 - 12 wks
Starts 23-Jan-15
Jenny Jakes
Friday 19:15 - 21:15
Fee £103.00 HF £51.50
Bridge: Improvers
For players who have covered the basics
now learn how to open and respond with
strong hands, overcall and defend using
conventions, reach slams and use
doubles. CL
Sidcup High Street 1408H502 - 12 wks
Starts 21-Jan-15
Jenny Jakes
Wednesday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £103.00 HF £51.50
Mini Bridge: Beginners
An ideal way to start learning bridge
without the bidding. Once you have
completed Mini Bridge you can move onto
Bridge for Beginners. CL
Sidcup High Street 1408H504 - 4 wks
Starts 06-May-15
Jenny Jakes
Wednesday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £34.00
Animal Care
Animal Care
Cat Psychology
A cat’s world through their eyes. Look at
how they learn in order to understand
them better. N
Brampton 1403B811 - 1 day
Starts 18-Jul-15
Jackie Staff
Saturday 10:00 - 15:00
Fee £23.00
Dog Psychology
A dog’s world through their eyes. Look at
how they learn in order to understand
them better. N
Brampton 1403B810 - 1 day
Starts 17-Jul-15
Jackie Staff
Friday 10:00 - 15:00
Fee £23.00
Practical Dog Agility
Dog agility is a fun, fast moving sport in
which the handler must direct their dog
through and over a series of obstacles. A
specialist course with 12 dogs/owners. CL
Crayford Manor House 1403C805 - 9 wks
Starts 24-Jan-15
Jackie Staff
Saturday 11:30 - 12:45
Fee £55.00 HF £27.50
Crayford Manor House 1403C807 - 10 wks
Starts 18-Apr-15
Jackie Staff
Saturday 11:30 - 12:45
Fee £60.00 HF £30.00
N
Bridge Card Playing Skills
The assumption is that you have played a
basic hand of bridge, enough to know how
the game works. Having covered the
basics you now wish to improve your
game both as declarer and defender. CL
Sidcup High Street 1408H505 - 6 wks
Starts 10-Jun-15
Jenny Jakes
Wednesday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £51.00 HF £25.50
Short Mat Bowls: All Abilities
Play at a competitive level or just for fun, in
a friendly, relaxed atmosphere. No
experience required. CL
Brampton 1408B901 - 9 wks
Starts 23-Jan-15
Jean Parsons
Friday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £72.00 HF £36.00
Crayford Manor House 1403C808 - 6 wks
Starts 03-Jun-15
Jackie Staff
Wednesday 18:00 - 19:00
Fee £30.00
Crayford Manor House 1403C809 - 6 wks
Starts 16-Jul-15
Jackie Staff
Thursday 18:00 - 19:00
Fee £30.00
Practical Dog Training
Train your dog to develop good habits for
life. This is a specialist course with 12
dogs/owners. CL
Crayford Manor House 1403C804 - 9 wks
Starts 24-Jan-15
Jackie Staff
Saturday 10:00 - 11:15
Fee £55.00 HF £27.50
Crayford Manor House 1403C806 - 10 wks
Starts 18-Apr-15
Jackie Staff
Saturday 10:00 - 11:15
Fee £60.00 HF £30.00
Have Fun with your Dog
Come and join this activity course for you
and your dog. Full of interesting activities
from agility to tricks and games. N
Crayford Manor House 1403C812 - 1 day
Starts 03-Jul-15
Jackie Staff
Friday 18:30 - 20:30
Fee £10.00
Hair & Beauty Salons
Spoil yourself with hair and
beauty treatments at one of
the College Salons.
All services are carried out by
our trainees supervised by
qualified tutors.
For more information pick up a
leaflet or visit our website.
& 020 3045 5176
www.tlcbexley.ac.uk
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History & Psychology
History
Historical Walk: Royal Windsor and
Eton
The walk will pass the largest inhabited
castle in the world, along the 17th century
cobbled streets and move on to nearby
Eton and past the famous school which
has educated 18 Prime Ministers. Starting
and finishing at Windsor and Eton
Riverside Station. Meet at 1 pm 16 April
2015. Trains run from Waterloo. Note:
Travel and other costs are not included in
the course fee. N
Brampton 1410X109 - 1 day
Starts 16-Apr-15
Diana Small
Thursday 13:00 - 15:00
Fee £9.00
Historical Walk: The Pub, the Pond
and Parish Lock Up, Hampstead
A Georgian village with its pretty cottages,
cobbled lanes, many blue plaques and
Hampstead Heath. It has many
intellectual, artistic and literary
associations from Constable to Judi
Dench. Starting and finishing outside
Hampstead tube station. Meet at 1 pm on
15 May 2015. Note: Travel and other costs
are not included in the course fee. N
Brampton 1410X108 - 1 day
Starts 15-May-15
Diana Small
Friday 13:00 - 15:00
Fee £9.00
Historical Walk: Guided Visit of
Kenwood House
A Georgian Villa, remodelled by Robert
Adam, on the edge of Hampstead Heath.
This newly restored house and art
collection was bequeathed to the nation.
Paintings by Rembrandt, Reubens, Turner,
Reynolds and Gainsborough. Entrance to
the house is free. Note: Travel and other
costs are not included in the course fee.
Meet at 1pm on 4 June 2014 in foyer of
Kenwood House. N
Brampton 1410X110 - 1 day
Starts 04-Jun-15
Diana Small
Thursday 13:00 - 15:00
Fee £9.00
Research Your Family Tree
An informal class for experienced family
history researchers who want to keep up
to date. Students may suggest topics for
each term. Note: Transport costs and any
admission charges for visits are not
included in the course fee. CL
Sidcup High Street 1410H111 - 9 wks
Starts 23-Jan-15
Friday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £63.00 HF £31.50
Sidcup High Street 1410H112 - 10 wks
Starts 17-Apr-15
Friday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £35.00 HF £17.50
The Sun Kings of Ancient Egypt and
the Amarna Heresy: Amenhotep III,
Akhenaten and Tutankhamun
Explore the revolutionary time of the Sun
Kings and how Akhenaten shook Egypt by
changing the traditional ideas and the
traditional gods of Egypt and banning them
for the sake of one god. Eight weeks are
spent in the classroom and two weeks are
museum visits - travel and additional costs
are not included. CL
Brampton 1410B105 - 10 wks
Starts 23-Jan-15
Elizabeth Chappell
Friday 19:00 - 21:00
Fee £70.00 HF £35.00
History: Antony and Cleopatra’s
Egypt: Egypt under Greek and Roman
Rule
Although the time of Antony and Cleopatra
comes at the sunset of Ancient Egypt’s
history, it is a very interesting and
sometimes dramatic time and is often
overlooked. Consisting of 8 weeks in the
classroom and 2 museum visits - travel
and additional costs are not included. CL
Brampton 1410B106 - 10 wks
Starts 24-Apr-15
Elizabeth Chappell
Friday 19:00 - 21:00
Fee £70.00 HF £35.00
Psychology of Love
Have you ever wondered why some
people seem to be ‘lucky in love’, and
others seem always to be unlucky?
Psychologists have studied the
phenomenon and can provide some
answers, so come and widen your
understanding. N
Brampton 1402B510 - 1 day
Starts 14-Feb-15
Saturday 09:30 - 12:15
Fee £25.00
Emotional Intelligence
How we handle other people has a
profound impact on how successful we
are. We explore how to develop this
invaluable skill. N
Brampton 1402B516 - 1 day
Starts 14-Feb-15
Saturday 12:45 - 15:30
Fee £25.00
Attachment Theory
Increase your understanding of attachment
theory. Gain an understanding of how
attachments develop and the impact these
can have on people's lives. CL
Brampton 1402B525 - 5 wks
Starts 24-Feb-15
Tuesday 19:00 - 21:00
Fee £59.00 HF £29.50
Understanding Dyslexia
You can view all our courses and
course information online.
Enrol online before 5 January and
save 5% www.tlcbexley.ac.uk
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Psychology
www.tlcbexley.ac.uk
An overview of dyslexia and its impact,
explaining common theories of causation
and the characteristics of dyslexia.Briefly
covering some strategies and approaches
to help people with dyslexia. CL
Brampton 1402B533 - 4 wks
Starts 24-Feb-15
Tuesday 19:30 - 21:30
Fee £49.00 HF £24.50
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Psychology
Abnormality
Personality and You
Psychology and Mental Health
Abnormal psychology studies unusual
patterns of behaviour, emotion and
thought. CL
Brampton 1402B521 - 5 wks
Starts 26-Feb-15
Thursday 16:00 - 18:00
Fee £59.00 HF £29.50
This course will examine how
psychologists ‘measure’ personality and
how reliable these measurements are. CL
Brampton 1402B530 - 5 wks
Starts 14-Apr-15
Tuesday 19:00 - 21:00
Fee £59.00 HF £29.50
Dream Interpretation
Parapsychology
Due to the sensitive nature of many
dreams this workshop will draw on
anonymous dreams for interpretation.
Students will be asked to keep a dream
journal, and to use these to practise on as
homework. CL
Brampton 1402B527 - 5 wks
Starts 26-Feb-15
Thursday 19:00 - 21:00
Fee £59.00 HF £29.50
Some parapsychologists believe that
psychic phenomena are outside the realm
of science whilst others feel that one day
science will provide explanations. This
course aims to challenge and provoke
thinking about parapsychology. CL
Erith 1402B524 - 5 wks
Starts 16-Apr-15
Thursday 19:00 - 21:00
Fee £59.00 HF £29.50
Abnormal psychology and the psychology
of mental health is seen to be the
backbone and pinnacle of Psychology.
Explore the history of mental health in the
UK, mental health institutions and
treatment and some of the key possibilities
as to why people develop mental health
disorders. CL
Brampton 1402B531 - 6 wks
Starts 02-Jun-15
Tuesday 19:00 - 21:00
Fee £72.00 HF £36.00
Understanding Dementia
Using Memory Effectively
Gain insight into both the biological and
psychological aspects of dementia. We will
explore the impact of dementia on
individuals, and on those who care for
people with dementia. N
Brampton 1402B528 - 1 day
Starts 28-Feb-15
Saturday 10:00 - 13:00
Fee £25.00
With practice and effort, quality of memory
can be greatly increased. Learn and try out
techniques to help improve your memory
and help you learn and recall information
more effectively. N
Brampton 1402B513 - 1 day
Starts 18-Apr-15
Saturday 10:00 - 14:00
Fee £30.00
Psychology of Loss and Trauma
Understanding Body Language
People are exposed to loss or traumatic
events at some point in their lives and yet
many have positive emotional experiences
and show only minor and transient
disruptions. Explore how people cope, look
at underpinning theories and use different
experiences to raise awareness of the
impact of loss and trauma. N
Brampton 1402B511 - 1 day
Starts 07-Mar-15
Saturday 10:00 - 14:00
Fee £30.00
Unravel the secrets of body language and
discover what you reveal to others.
Examine its relevance in everyday life in
areas such as work and love. Body
language is often sent and received on an
unconscious level but this course will help
you identify and analyse the meanings. CL
Brampton 1402B532 - 5 wks
Starts 22-Apr-15
Wednesday 13:00 - 15:00
Fee £59.00 HF £29.50
Cold Reading: Tricks of the Trade
Look at how a sham psychic can use
psychology, generalisation, body language
and cold reading to make themselves look
genuine. Revealing the tricks and
techniques of the cold reading world. N
Brampton 1402B512 - 1 day
Starts 21-Mar-15
Saturday 10:00 - 13:00
Fee £25.00
Conflict Resolution
How can you put an end to conflict? This
course will look at interpersonal relations,
the dynamics of conflict, cooperation, and
help between groups. Gain an insight into
how peace and reconciliation can help
overcome personal conflicts. N
Brampton 1402B514 - 1 day
Starts 16-May-15
Saturday 10:00 - 13:00
Fee £25.00
& 020 3045 5176
Psychology of Addiction
An activity can be pleasurable but when it
becomes a compulsion and interferes with
life's responsibilities it can become
addictive. No matter what the addiction, it is
important to recognise that morality or
strength of character has little to do with it. N
Brampton 1402B515 - 1 day
Starts 06-Jun-15
Saturday 10:00 - 13:00
Fee £25.00
Shamanism
This ancient root of human spirituality is as
old as humanity itself. A version of it exists
in every culture We will investigate core
shamanism, and try out shamanic
journeying, a profound tool for healing. N
Brampton 1402B502 - 1 day
Starts 13-Jun-15
Saturday 09:30 - 12:15
Fee £25.00
Healing with Dreams
The unconscious mind is a vast reservoir
of wisdom. If we can learn to access this we
can learn to heal ourselves. Using a variety
of techniques to access this wisdom. N
Brampton 1402B508 - 1 day
Starts 13-Jun-15
Saturday 12:45 - 15:30
Fee £25.00
Active Imagination
Developed by Carl Jung for translating the
contents of the unconscious into images,
narrative or as separate entities. We will
explore these techniques, both practically
and theoretically. N
Brampton 1402B501 - 1 day
Starts 27-Jun-15
Saturday 09:30 - 12:15
Fee £25.00
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Horticulture & Floristry
Synchronicity
Have you ever experienced strange
coincidences that seem to defy all logic?
Synchronicity is the experience of two or
more events that are not causally related;
yet are meaningful to those that
experience them. We will explore and
examine the concept. N
Brampton 1402B507 - 1 day
Starts 27-Jun-15
Saturday 12:45 - 15:30
Fee £25.00
Psychology: First steps
Introduction to the basics of psychology in
preparation for further study or for
personal interest. Offering an overview of
psychology and examining what psychology
is and what psychologists study. N
Brampton 1402B517 - 1 day
Starts 18-Jul-15
Saturday 10:00 - 14:00
Fee £30.00
Open Study
Do you need to improve
your computer skills?
The Open Study Centre at
Brampton Road is open to all
students. If you need to improve
your computer skills, would like
to find out more information
about courses or need careers
advice, then the Open Study
centre is for you.
Contact us for opening hours
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Horticulture
Summer in the Garden
Learn more about your garden in the
summer and if you want to formalise your
learning further find out about the RHS
courses that we run at Hall Place and the
theory based qualifications run at the
College. N
Brampton 1403B904 - 4 wks
Starts 24-Jun-15
Joe Woodcock
Wednesday 19:00 - 21:00
Fee £41.00
Floristry
Floristry: Level 2 Diploma - City &
Guilds (NPTC)
Based at our new site in Sidcup High
Street, this qualification is widely
recognised within the floristry trade. It is
designed for those who wish to pursue a
career in floristry or to develop their
current skills. The course is for two years
with a two year fee structure covering nine
core units and one optional unit. Learners
complete a portfolio of their work and
evidence of their assessment pieces. A
placement within the industry for 40 hours
work (either paid or unpaid) is required.
There is a short multiple choice computerbased test and a significant homework
requirement. Learners will complete theory
and practical assessments in a classroom
environment. The total fee is payable in
two parts - year 1 fees £683, includes
exam and admin fees of £147.00. At the
beginning of year 2 you will have to pay
fees of £536, payable by 31 August 2015.
Please note accreditation fees may be
subject to change. H Q G IA F2
Sidcup High Street 1403H900 - 64 wks
Starts 27-Jan-15
Linda Barton
Tuesday 09:30 - 15:00
Fee £1,366.00
Floristry: Dramatic Designs for all
Occasions: Unit 3 Level 1 - College
Certificated
Explore the different ways of using plant
material. Covering laying material,
weaving and plaiting leaves to create
dramatic designs for weddings, parties,
themed and corporate events. Flowers
need to be purchased by students weekly
to bring to the course, and are not included
in the course fee.
www.tlcbexley.ac.uk
The Course Outline will indicate what you
need to bring each week. Flower costs per
student are approximately £10 - £15 per
week. CL
Sidcup High Street 1403H107 - 8 wks
Starts 11-Feb-15
Ann Calnan
Wednesday 19:00 - 21:00
Fee £80.00 HF £40.00
Floristry: Gift Displays with a Twist:
Unit 4 Level 1 - College Certificated
Create interesting and unusual floral
displays. Covering hand tied, bottle
displays, table arrangements and seasonal
events. Flowers need to be purchased by
students weekly to bring to the course, and
are not included in the course fee. The
Course Outline will indicate what you need
to bring each week. Flower costs per
student are approx £10 - £20 per week. CL
Sidcup High Street 1403H110 - 8 wks
Starts 29-Apr-15
Ann Calnan
Wednesday 19:00 - 21:00
Fee £80.00 HF £40.00
Floristry Basics: Beginners
Step by step instructions will be given to
enable learners to produce simple flower
arrangements. This course would be
suitable to anyone thinking about starting
their own business, wishing to create
flower arrangements for special occasions
or just as a hobby. Flowers need to be
purchased by students weekly to bring to
the course, and are not included in the
course fee. The Course Outline will
indicate what you need to bring each
week. Flower costs per student are
approximately £10 - £20 per week. CL
Sidcup High Street 1403H227 - 9 wks
Starts 19-Jan-15
Claire Tack
Monday 12:45 - 14:45
Fee £89.00 HF £44.50
Sidcup High Street 1403H228 - 11 wks
Starts 20-Apr-15
Claire Tack
Monday 12:45 - 14:45
Fee £109.00 HF £54.50
Floristry: Beginners
Come along to learn a range of floral
designs. Course fee includes £40 material
costs (£20 each week) of flowers and
foliage. N
Sidcup High Street 1403H119 - 2 wks
Starts 18-Apr-15
Linda Barton
Saturday 13:00 - 15:30
Fee £65.00
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Floristry
Floristry: Inspiring Designs
Floristry Essentials: Part 1
Learn how to create the essential flower
arrangements required to kick start a
career in floristry or try being creative just
for fun. This course covers basics from gift
wrapping to arrangements in foam, how to
select the correct materials needed,
correctly place flowers, make items
balanced and in proportion. Items include
gifts and funeral tributes. Suitable for
beginners. Estimated flower costs each
week is between £15 - £20. CL
Sidcup High Street 1403H232 - 5 wks
Starts 24-Feb-15
Victoria Hawkes
Tuesday 19:00 - 21:00
Fee £50.00 HF £25.00
Floristry Essentials: Part 2
A follow-on from part 1, moving on to the
next step of floral designs. Suitable for
beginners. Learner's may still join this
course without part 1. Estimated flower
costs each week is between £15 - £20. CL
Sidcup High Street 1403H233 - 5 wks
Starts 14-Apr-15
Victoria Hawkes
Tuesday 19:00 - 21:00
Fee £50.00 HF £25.00
Floristry with Flair
An ideal course for students to be creative
with their designs. Covering modern and
traditional displays, weddings, and funeral
arrangements. Flowers need to be
purchased by students weekly to bring to
the course and are not included in the
course fee. The course outline will indicate
what you need to bring to each session.
Flower costs per student are approx £10 £15 per week. CL
Sidcup High Street 1403H105 - 10 wks
Starts 15-Jan-15
Ann Calnan
Thursday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £99.00 HF £49.50
Sidcup High Street 1403H106 - 10 wks
Starts 15-Jan-15
Ann Calnan
Thursday 19:00 - 21:00
Fee £99.00 HF £49.50
Learn to create more technical designs.
Covering modern decorative wire work,
how to use large leaf foliage by plaiting,
weaving, shaping and the use of exotic
plant material. Students will need a good
knowledge of floristry. Flower costs per
student are approx £10 - 20 per week and
are not included in the course fee. CL
Sidcup High Street 1403H108 - 10 wks
Starts 30-Apr-15
Ann Calnan
Thursday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £99.00 HF £49.50
Sidcup High Street 1403H109 - 10 wks
Starts 30-Apr-15
Ann Calnan
Thursday 19:00 - 21:00
Fee £99.00 HF £49.50
Materials
Please see course outlines
regarding materials for your
course, they are usually in
addition to the course fee.
Wedding Flowers Workshop
Learn the floristry skills and techniques
required to create your very own beautiful
fresh flower hand-tied wedding bouquet
and matching buttonhole. Materials of £20
per student are included in the fee. N
Sidcup High Street 1403H231 - 1 day
Starts 30-Jan-15
Victoria Hawkes
Friday 12:30 - 14:30
Fee £30.00
Wedding Floral Design: Intensive
Floristry: Special Occasion Flowers
Learn how to arrange flowers to give as
presents or for special occasions. Make a
hand-tied bouquet, a candle table centre
and a new baby gift basket. Learn to
arrange flowers using simple methods to
produce effective designs. Flowers need to
be purchased by students to bring to the
course, and are not included in the course
fee. The course outline will indicate what
you need to bring. Flower costs per
student are approx £20. Please ensure
you read the list of materials carefully on
the course outline. N
Sidcup High Street 1403H121 - 1 day
Starts 14-Mar-15
Claire Tack
Saturday 10:00 - 15:00
Fee £25.00
Sidcup High Street 1403H122 - 1 day
Starts 16-May-15
Claire Tack
Saturday 10:00 - 15:00
Fee £25.00
Sympathy Floristry
Create a variety of styles of sympathy
tributes including oasis sprays, wreaths
and name frames. Flowers need to be
purchased by students to bring to the
course and are not included in the course
fee. Flower costs per student are approx
£20. N
Sidcup High Street 1403H224 - 1 day
Starts 07-Mar-15
Claire Tack
Saturday 10:00 - 15:00
Fee £25.00
Sidcup High Street 1403H225 - 1 day
Starts 09-May-15
Claire Tack
Saturday 10:00 - 15:00
Fee £25.00
& 020 3045 5176
Produce a beautiful bridal bouquet, flowers
for bridesmaids, the wedding party and
stunning flowers for your tables. A great
opportunity if you are planning a wedding
on a budget or would just like to be
creative and try something new. Material
costs of £40 (£20 per week) are included
in the course fee. N
Sidcup High Street 1403H118 - 2 wks
Starts 21-Mar-15
Linda Barton
Saturday 09:30 - 15:30
Fee £95.00
Hen Experience Days
Come and enjoy the ultimate Hen
experience at our brand new Floristry shop
in Sidcup High Street. Experiment and
enjoy spending the day with your friends
and family. Our Hen experience is a fun
filled couple of hours learning how to make
a design of your choice. This is a group
bookable event. Ring to discuss your
requirements and we will personalise the
day to make sure you have a very unique
experience. Cost includes £20 of
materials. To register your interest phone
020 3045 5176 or go online to our Floristry
courses and register your interest with
N
code: ENQ14HEN
Hen: Hand Tied Bouquets
Sidcup High Street 1403H115 - 1 day
Saturday 10:00 - 15:30
Fee £55.00
Hen: Balloon Artistry Designs
Sidcup High Street 1403H116 - 1 day
Saturday 10:00 - 15:30
Fee £55.00
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ICT
Languages
ECDL: Level 1 Award in IT User Skills BCS
Covering Computer Fundamentals, Email,
Internet and Word Processing. The course
fee includes exam registration and admin
fees of £118.00. H Q FL
Brampton 1406B350 - 18 wks
Starts 28-Jan-15
Tracey White
Wednesday 13:00 - 15:00
Fee £200.00
ECDL: Level 2 Certificate in IT User
Skills - BCS
For learners who have completed the
Level 1 ITQ or who have equivalent skills.
A full Level 2 qualification designed to
assess the core applications. Units include
Word Processing, Spreadsheets,
Presentation software and Improving
Productivity using ICT. Course fee
includes assessment and admin fees of
£132.00. Course books are required at an
additional cost. H Q G IA F2
Sidcup High Street 1406H450 - 16 wks
Starts 13-Jan-15
Keith Lewis
Tuesday 09:30 - 12:30
Fee £220.00
Sidcup High Street 1406H451 - 19 wks
Starts 28-Jan-15
Jenny Jakes
Wednesday 18:45 - 21:15
Fee £220.00
Getting to Know your Laptop
Learn the features specific to laptops such
as battery management and wireless
Internet connection. Learn how to use the
Internet and web-based email to send and
receive emails. Gain skills in word
processing and inserting images. Please
note: Bring your own laptop fully charged.
CL
Brampton 1406B751 - 5 wks
Starts 07-Jan-15
Wednesday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £55.00 HF £27.50
Keith Lewis
ICT for the Older Learner: Part 1
A relaxed non-examination course for
older people who wish to start using a
computer. Learn mouse/keyboard control,
how to use the Windows desktop, creating
and editing text in a word processor and
opening and saving files. CL
Brampton 1406B201 - 5 wks
Starts 25-Feb-15
Caroline Smith
Wednesday 15:15 - 17:15
Fee £50.00 HF £25.00
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ICT for the Older Learner: Part 2
British Sign Language: Introduction
Progression course for learners who have
completed Level 1 and wish to develop
their skills further. CL
Brampton 1406B211 - 5 wks
Starts 15-Apr-15
Caroline Smith
Wednesday 15:15 - 17:15
Fee £50.00 HF £25.00
A fun and lively introduction to learn some
basic signs and a good introduction to
British Sign Language Level 1. CL
Brampton 1412B979 - 10 wks
Starts 23-Apr-15
Barry Hartwell
Thursday 19:30 - 21:30
Fee £95.00
ICT for the Older Learner: Part 3
British Sign Language: Level 1 Award
- Signature
A progression course for those who have
completed the Level 2 course and wish to
develop their skills further. You will learn
the basic functions of Excel, more skills
within Word and file management. CL
Brampton 1406B220 - 5 wks
Starts 14-Jan-15
Caroline Smith
Wednesday 15:15 - 17:15
Fee £50.00 HF £25.00
Brampton 1406B221 - 5 wks
Starts 03-Jun-15
Caroline Smith
Wednesday 15:15 - 17:15
Fee £50.00 HF £25.00
Design and Build a PC
Maintain your computer and learn the
basics of building your own PC. Install/
configure software; upgrade memory,
processor, hard disk etc. CL
Erith 1406R701 - 10 wks
Starts 13-Apr-15
Keith Lewis
Monday 15:00 - 17:00
Fee £110.00 HF £55.00
Indesign: Introduction
Learn the basics of Indesign enabling you
to create elegant and engaging pages for
print, tablets, and other devices. CL
Brampton 1406B911 - 10 wks
Starts 08-Jan-15
Carol White- Griffiths
Thursday 16:30 - 18:30
Fee £120.00 HF £60.00
Web Page Design with Dreamweaver:
Beginners
Learn how to design and publish a website
using Adobe Dreamweaver. The course is
suitable for both personal and business
users. A good working knowledge of using
computers and the internet is essential. CL
Brampton 1406B901 - 10 wks
Starts 08-Jan-15
Carol White- Griffiths
Thursday 19:30 - 21:30
Fee £120.00 HF £60.00
www.tlcbexley.ac.uk
For beginners or those who have already
completed an introductory course.
Students will work towards the Award in
British Sign Language Level 1. There will
be 2 additional compulsory Saturday
morning sessions. Fees include exam and
admin costs of £101.00. H Q G FL
Brampton 1412B976 - 24 wks
Starts 08-Jan-15
Barbara Morley
Thursday 19:00 - 21:30
Fee £401.00
British Sign Language: Level 2
Certificate - Signature
For students who wish to develop their
British Sign Language skills leading to a
full level 2 qualification. Students must
have successfully completed the Award in
British Sign Language Level 1 and the
British Sign Language Pre Level 2 course
and be approved by tutor. Students will be
required to practise their skills for a further
50 hours outside the class. In addition to
the course dates there will be 4 extra
sessions to be arranged by the tutor. Fees
include exam and admin costs of £151.
H Q G i F2
Brampton 1412B990 - 36 wks
Starts 13-Jan-15
Toroun Osman
Tuesday 19:00 - 21:30
Fee £479.00
Languages
French Next Steps: Beginners
Join this fun class if you have completed a
short course in French and would like to
continue to expand your vocabulary. CL
Brampton 1412B102 - 8 wks
Starts 29-Jan-15
Claire Harrison-Page
Thursday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £76.00 HF £38.00
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& Communication
Brush Up Your French: Post Beginners
Spanish Fast Track: Beginners
For anyone who has learned French for
more than 1 year. Revise and consolidate
before moving on. CL
Brampton 1412B123 - 6 wks
Starts 16-Apr-15
Virginia Gries
Thursday 09:30 - 11:00
Fee £43.00 HF £21.50
A lively class for anyone who wants to
learn Spanish in an intense, fast paced
class. For beginners with little or no
knowledge of Spanish. CL
Sidcup High Street 1412H412 - 7 wks
Starts 01-Jun-15
Maria Del Campo
Monday 19:00 - 21:00
Fee £67.00 HF £33.50
French for Holidays: Beginners
Ideal for those with little or no knowledge
of French who would like some phrases to
get by while on holiday. CL
Brampton 1412B111 - 8 wks
Starts 30-Apr-15
Claire Harrison-Page
Thursday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £76.00 HF £38.00
Spanish for Holiday: Beginners
Ideal for those with little or no knowledge
of Spanish who would like some phrases
to get by while on holiday. CL
Brampton 1412B412 - 8 wks
Starts 05-May-15
Sandra Hall
Tuesday 19:15 - 21:15
Fee £76.00 HF £38.00
German for Holidays: Beginners
Ideal for those with little or no knowledge
of German who would like some phrases
to get by while on holiday. CL
Sidcup High Street 1412H211 - 8 wks
Starts 13-May-15
Renate Bagwell
Wednesday 19:15 - 21:15
Fee £76.00 HF £38.00
Spanish Next Steps: Beginners
Join this fun class if you have completed a
short course in Spanish and would like to
continue to expand your vocabulary. CL
Sidcup High Street 1412H401 - 8 wks
Starts 22-Jan-15
Maria Del Campo
Thursday 19:15 - 21:15
Fee £76.00 HF £38.00
Italian Next Steps: Beginners
Join this fun, interactive class if you have
completed a short course in Italian and
would like to continue to expand your
knowledge and vocabulary. CL
Brampton 1412B301 - 8 wks
Starts 19-Jan-15
Giuliana Rosi
Monday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £76.00 HF £38.00
Italian Further Steps: Beginners
Join this fun, interactive class if you have
completed a short course in Italian. Ideal if
you have already completed the First
Steps course but this is not essential. CL
Brampton 1412B302 - 8 wks
Starts 13-Apr-15
Giuliana Rosi
Monday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £76.00 HF £38.00
Italian for Holidays: Beginners
Ideal for those with little or no knowledge
of Italian who would like some phrases to
get by while on holiday. CL
Brampton 1412H312 - 8 wks
Starts 19-Mar-15
Rosanna Ingram
Thursday 19:30 - 21:30
Fee £76.00 HF £38.00
Preparation for D.E.L.E. A1 Spanish:
Beginners
Designed to support your preparation for
the DELE Diploma de Espanol A1 level
qualification. The opportunity to
understand and use daily expressions
frequently used in the Spanish-speaking
world. Covering speaking, listening,
reading and writing. Suitable for beginners
or those with a little knowledge of Spanish.
CL
Brampton 1412B402 - 10 wks
Starts 06-May-15
Gemma Bastida
Wednesday 19:30 - 21:30
Fee £95.00 HF £47.50
Brush Up Your Spanish: Year 2
For anyone who has studied Spanish for 2
years and would like to practise and
improve their speaking, listening, reading
and writing. CL
Brampton 1412B421 - 8 wks
Starts 14-May-15
Gemma Bastida
Thursday 19:30 - 21:30
Fee £76.00 HF £38.00
& 020 3045 5176
Hispanic World, Yesterday & Today
Continuation: Intermediate
Explore Spanish literature and topical
themes. Students will practise speaking,
listening, reading and writing using
literature and articles as a base. CL
Brampton 1412B484 - 8 wks
Starts 19-May-15
Gemma Bastida
Tuesday 19:30 - 21:30
Fee £76.00 HF £38.00
Brush Up Your Spanish: Year 4
An enjoyable and interactive course ideal if
you have learned Spanish for over 3
years. Refresh and consolidate what you
have already learned before moving onto
new topics. CL
Brampton 1412B441 - 7 wks
Starts 01-Jun-15
Gemma Bastida
Monday 19:30 - 21:30
Fee £67.00 HF £33.50
Spanish Conversation: Intermediate
For students who have an intermediate
knowledge of Spanish and wish to develop
their fluency and understanding. A basic
knowledge of Spanish grammar and
various tenses is essential. CL
Erith 1412R446 - 10 wks
Starts 14-Jan-15
Sandra Hall
Wednesday 19:30 - 21:00
Fee £71.00 HF £35.50
Brush Up Your Spanish: Higher
Intermediate
Learn Spanish in an enjoyable and
interactive course, ideal for anyone who
has been learning Spanish for at least 4
years. Refresh and consolidate your
grammar and conversation before moving
on to other topics. CL
Sidcup High Street 1412H451 - 6 wks
Starts 02-Jun-15
Maria Del Campo
Tuesday 19:15 - 21:15
Fee £57.00 HF £28.50
Turkish for Holidays: Beginners
Ideal for those with little or no knowledge
of Turkish who would like some phrases to
get by while on holiday. CL
Sidcup High Street 1412H711 - 8 wks
Starts 14-May-15
Bengi Erdel
Thursday 19:30 - 21:30
Fee £76.00 HF £38.00
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Literature
Literature & Language
Creative Writing Next Steps:
Beginners
A stimulating course for those who need
encouragement, constructive criticism and
ideas in getting over writer's block. Ideal if
you have already attended a short
Creative Writing course and would like to
expand your knowledge. Suitable for
beginners. CL
Brampton 1412B956 - 8 wks
Starts 23-Jan-15
Alexandra Ellsmore
Friday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £76.00 HF £38.00
Creative Writing: Introduction
An introductory course for those who need
encouragement, constructive criticism and
ideas in getting over writer's block. CL
Sidcup High Street 1412H958 - 8 wks
Starts 01-May-15
Alexandra Ellsmore
Friday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £76.00 HF £38.00
Getting Started as a Writer - Summer
Workshop: All Abilities
Designed to answer some of the common
questions when trying to write creatively,
such as 'How can I tell good stories?'. CL
Sidcup High Street 1412H959 - 7 wks
Starts 03-Jun-15
Donald Daby
Wednesday 19:30 - 21:30
Fee £67.00 HF £33.50
Performing Arts
Guitar: Beginners
Learn to play the guitar in a fun and
enjoyable environment. Aimed at absolute
beginners and players with a little
knowledge. It will include playing chord
progressions, rhythm playing and some
basic music theory and notation. CL
Brampton 1409B608 - 11 wks
Starts 24-Jan-15
Saturday 09:30 - 11:30
Fee £90.00 HF £45.00
Singing: Beginners
Guitar: Improvers
A follow on from the beginners, although
anyone who has been playing for a few
months is welcome to join. Including:
developing chords and sequences,
introducing barre chords, playing scales,
solos and rhythm playing. CL
Brampton 1409B601 - 11 wks
Starts 24-Jan-15
Saturday 11:45 - 13:45
Fee £90.00 HF £45.00
Knowing how to use grammar and
punctuation accurately is vital to success
in your studies and at work. Poor grammar
can cost you important marks in exams or
lost business at work. So join this friendly,
supportive class where you will review the
rules and learn to apply them correctly.
Recommended if you are studying GCSE
or A Level English. CL
Brampton 1412S962 - 6 wks
Starts 20-Jan-15
Alexandra Ellsmore
Tuesday 19:15 - 21:15
Fee £58.00 HF £29.00
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Brampton 1409B617 - 10 wks
Starts 11-May-15
Maxine Ruggles
Monday 12:15 - 14:15
Fee £95.00 HF £47.50
Play Guitar in a Day: Intensive
Taster course to introduce absolute
beginners to the guitar and to the basic
principles. Learn to play a few simple
chords; strumming techniques and
ensemble playing. N
Brampton 1409B603 - 1 day
Starts 13-Jun-15
Saturday 10:00 - 14:00
Fee £45.00
Learn to Play the Ukulele
Essential Grammar: Improvers
If you love singing, come along to our
friendly class, have fun and learn posture,
breathing, projection, harmony and ensemble
work. Sing solo or as part of a group. CL
Brampton 1409B616 - 12 wks
Starts 19-Jan-15
Maxine Ruggles
Monday 12:15 - 14:15
Fee £115.00 HF £57.50
An incredibly popular instrument and this
course is designed to give you the basic
principles. Playing simple chord
sequences, strumming/rhythm techniques,
and ensemble playing. CL
Brampton 1409B602 - 4 wks
Starts 02-May-15
Saturday 11:45 - 13:45
Fee £45.00 HF £22.50
Play Ukulele in a Day: Intensive
Catch the ukulele bug. Learn how to play
this instrument that originates from Hawaii
covering the basics of this wonderful
instrument. N
Brampton 1409B604 - 1 day
Starts 20-Jun-15
Saturday 10:00 - 14:00
Fee £45.00
www.tlcbexley.ac.uk
Singing: Improvers
For people who have some experience of
performing who want to gain more
experience and improve their technique. CL
Brampton 1409B619 - 12 wks
Starts 19-Jan-15
Maxine Ruggles
Monday 14:30 - 16:30
Fee £115.00 HF £57.50
Brampton 1409B620 - 10 wks
Starts 11-May-15
Maxine Ruggles
Monday 14:30 - 16:30
Fee £95.00 HF £47.50
Women's Choir
This friendly group aims to have fun
singing in unison and in parts in a relaxed
environment. We sing in as many different
styles as possible (classical, folk, musical
theatre and popular) and put on two
concerts a year for family and friends. No
previous experience is necessary, only
enthusiasm! CL
Brampton 1409S601 - 17 wks
Starts 08-Jan-15
Sandra Booer
Thursday 13:00 - 15:00
Fee £136.00 HF £68.00
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Photography & Digital Imaging
Photography: Level 1
On completion of the course all learners
will have an understanding of digital
camera controls, digital workflow and
printing techniques, a greater
understanding of how to create
photographs and a broad view of other
photographers work. H Q FL
Brampton 1409B510 - 30 wks
Starts 08-Jan-15
Glynn Bate
Thursday 18:30 - 21:30
Fee £368.00
Digital Photography: Beginners
Taking you through the essential
techniques and tricks in creative
photography. This course does not cover
digital enhancement. CL
Brampton 1409B911 - 10 wks
Starts 10-Jan-15
Saturday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £120.00 HF £60.00
Sidcup High Street 1409H913 - 10 wks
Starts 14-Jan-15
Geoff Bruce
Wednesday 19:00 - 21:00
Fee £120.00 HF £60.00
Digital Photography: Improvers
A follow-on for those who have completed
the beginners digital photography or for
learners with some basic competence to
develop their skills further. CL
Sidcup High Street 1409H950 - 10 wks
Starts 13-Apr-15
Monday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £120.00 HF £60.00
Sidcup High Street 1409H951 - 10 wks
Starts 15-Apr-15
Geoff Bruce
Wednesday 19:00 - 21:00
Fee £120.00 HF £60.00
Brampton 1409B954 - 10 wks
Starts 18-Apr-15
Saturday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £120.00 HF £60.00
Understanding your Digital SLR
Developed with the enthusiast in mind.
Typical shooting situations will be covered
and advice given as to appropriate
settings. It is essential to bring your own
digital SLR to the class. CL
Sidcup High Street 1409H901 - 5 wks
Starts 08-Jan-15
Geoff Bruce
Thursday 19:00 - 21:00
Fee £60.00 HF £30.00
Sidcup High Street 1409H902 - 5 wks
Starts 16-Apr-15
Geoff Bruce
Thursday 19:00 - 21:00
Fee £60.00 HF £30.00
Using your Digital SLR
Extend your knowledge and skills to set up
a home studio and analyse your finished
photos. Includes a brief ‘Photoshop’ taster;
suitable for those who have completed
‘Understanding your Digital SLR’ or have
a working knowledge. CL
Sidcup High Street 1409H531 - 5 wks
Starts 26-Feb-15
Geoff Bruce
Thursday 19:00 - 21:00
Fee £60.00 HF £30.00
Sidcup High Street 1409H532 - 5 wks
Starts 04-Jun-15
Geoff Bruce
Thursday 19:00 - 21:00
Fee £60.00 HF £30.00
Landscape Photography
Learn to take successful landscape
images. Using a nearby location (within
five miles), students will be taught camera
and compositional techniques. N
Brampton 1409B998 - 1 day
Starts 24-Apr-15
Glynn Bate
Friday 09:30 - 15:00
Fee £60.00
Macro Photography
Learn to take close up and macro images.
Techniques and methods will be covered
and practical sessions will capture closeups of flowers, texture, patterns and, if
possible, insects and then examined in
detail in the classroom. N
Brampton 1409B997 - 1 day
Starts 08-May-15
Glynn Bate
Friday 09:30 - 15:00
Fee £60.00
Studio Photography
Introduction to portraits using basic studio
lighting equipment. Using appropriate
camera settings using your own digital
SLR. Composition and lighting techniques
are explained with reference to a portable
home studio setup. Providing practical
experience in portrait photography. No
models are provided, so prepare to be
volunteered! N
Brampton 1409B996 - 1 day
Starts 12-Jun-15
Glynn Bate
Friday 09:30 - 15:00
Fee £60.00
Photoshop: Beginners
Learn the skills required to improve and
enhance photographic images taken using
digital cameras or scanned original
photographs. The beginners course starts
with basic editing skills and progresses to
complex selection methods. CL
Brampton 1406B855 - 10 wks
Starts 05-Jan-15
Glynn Bate
Tuesday 19:30 - 21:30
Fee £120.00 HF £60.00
Brampton 1406B856 - 10 wks
Starts 17-Apr-15
Friday 19:30 - 21:30
Fee £120.00 HF £60.00
Photoshop: Improvers
Portrait Photography
This workshop will cover the skills and
techniques for successfully capturing
portraits, both formal and informal in a
non-studio setting. Advice will be given on
camera settings and composition. N
Brampton 1409B995 - 1 day
Starts 15-May-15
Glynn Bate
Friday 09:30 - 15:00
Fee £60.00
& 020 3045 5176
A progression course for those who have
completed our Beginners course. Moving
on to explore and develop the use of
layers to show how they can dramatically
increase the power of image editing. CL
Brampton 1406B863 - 10 wks
Starts 14-Apr-15
Glynn Bate
Tuesday 12:00 - 14:00
Fee £120.00 HF £60.00
Brampton 1406B861 - 10 wks
Starts 14-Apr-15
Glynn Bate
Tuesday 19:30 - 21:30
Fee £120.00 HF £60.00
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Science
Sewing &
The Big Bang Theory
Where Would We Be Without Plants?
Ever wondered how the earth, sun,
planets, stars and galaxies in space came
into existence? Discover how this occurred
billions of years ago and explore the
mysteries of the universe! N
Brampton 1402B600 - 1 day
Starts 17-Jan-15
Saturday 10:00 - 13:00
Fee £25.00
Learn about the fascinating world of
plants, discover about their growth and
development from seeds to the beautiful
trees and flowers we see every day. N
Brampton 1402B604 - 1 day
Starts 06-Jun-15
Saturday 10:00 - 13:00
Fee £25.00
You & Your Genes
People often casually say "It's in your
genes". Discover how genes work and
influence our characteristics. N
Brampton 1402B601 - 1 day
Starts 31-Jan-15
Saturday 10:00 - 13:00
Fee £25.00
A Journey to the Centre of my
Stomach
Discover the journey that the food we eat
takes through our bodies and how it gets
processed to give us nourishment. N
Brampton 1402B606 - 1 day
Starts 04-Jul-15
Saturday 10:00 - 13:00
Fee £25.00
Sewing & Textiles
Crochet: Beginners
Learn simple stitches, increase / decrease,
work straight pieces and in the round.
Practise techniques, produce sample
swatches and learn to understand patterns.
CL
Brain & Mind
Ever wondered what makes us move,
think, feel, dream and do just about
anything? Discover how the brain works. N
Brampton 1402B603 - 1 day
Starts 21-Mar-15
Saturday 10:00 - 13:00
Fee £25.00
Science: First Steps
What is science and how do we use it in
everyday life? Gain an insight into how we
use and see science in action everyday. N
Brampton 1402B605 - 1 day
Starts 20-Jun-15
Saturday 10:00 - 13:00
Fee £25.00
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course information online.
Enrol online before 5 January and
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Explore the use of machine embroidery
stitches, twin needled work, tucks and
appliqué. CL
Brampton 1409B404 - 4 wks
Starts 25-Apr-15
Pauline Tyers
Saturday 10:00 - 13:00
Fee £65.00 HF £32.50
Patchwork & Quilting: All Abilities
Learn basic skills primarily using hand
sewing; progress towards a complete quilt
or other project. CL
Brampton 1409B409 - 11 wks
Starts 06-Jan-15
Annette Gleeson
Tuesday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £100.00 HF £50.00
Patchwork & Quilting Group
Global Warming & Freaky Weather
Many scientists agree that our activities
are influencing the earth's climate.
Discover how human activity influences
the temperature and climate on earth. N
Brampton 1402B602 - 1 day
Starts 14-Feb-15
Saturday 10:00 - 13:00
Fee £25.00
How to Use your Sewing Machine:
Level 2
Brampton 1409B115 - 6 wks
Starts 23-Jan-15
Friday 12:30 - 15:30
Fee £115.00 HF £57.50
Susie Johns
Crochet: Beyond the Basics
Learn more complex techniques, such as
striping, joining yarn, creating decorative
edges, clusters, spikes, raised stitches and
crocheted lace. CL
Brampton 1409B116 - 6 wks
Starts 13-Mar-15
Susie Johns
Friday 12:30 - 14:30
Fee £115.00 HF £57.50
How to Use your Sewing Machine:
Projects
Create a small item of your choice. Bring
your own materials. CL
Brampton 1409B403 - 4 wks
Starts 07-Mar-15
Pauline Tyers
Saturday 13:45 - 15:45
Fee £45.00 HF £22.50
www.tlcbexley.ac.uk
A group for people with experience who
would like to work on projects with
guidance from a facilitator. CL
Brampton 1409B408 - 11 wks
Starts 06-Jan-15
Pat Reynolds
Tuesday 13:00 - 15:00
Fee £44.00 HF £22.00
Spring Patchwork & Quilting
Workshop
Patchwork & Quilting from beginners to
more advanced. N
Brampton 1409B410 - 1 day
Starts 18-Apr-15
Pat Reynolds
Saturday 10:00 - 16:00
Fee £38.00
Patchwork & Quilting Summer School
Work on projects, use patterns and learn
techniques. All abilities. CL
Brampton 1409B411 - 6 wks
Starts 09-Jun-15
Pat Reynolds
Tuesday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £55.00 HF £27.50
Vintage Home and Soft Furnishings
Choose from projects such as window
treatments, bed/table linen, cushion
covers, accessories for the home etc. As
well as light upholstery projects. CL
Brampton 1409B434 - 11 wks
Starts 09-Jan-15
Nicola Corrigan
Friday 10:00 - 12:30
Fee £122.00 HF £61.00
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Textiles
Visual Arts
Intensive Painting Summer School
Brampton 1409B423 - 6 wks
Starts 10-Jan-15
Rosemary Love
Saturday 10:00 - 14:00
Fee £60.00 HF £30.00
Develop a painting step by step. Select and
prepare surfaces and materials, build a
composition and evaluate your results. CL
Brampton 1409B122 - 7 wks
Starts 01-Jun-15
Monday 19:30 - 21:30
Fee £77.00 HF £38.50
Brampton 1409B436 - 10 wks
Starts 15-Apr-15
Wednesday 13:00 - 15:00
Fee £92.00 HF £46.00
Brampton 1409B428 - 11 wks
Starts 17-Apr-15
Friday 10:00 - 12:30
Fee £122.00 HF £61.00
Oils and Acrylics: Introduction
You can view all our courses and
course information online at
www.tlcbexley.ac.uk
Brampton 1409B435 - 11 wks
Starts 17-Apr-15
Friday 19:15 - 21:15
Fee £97.00 HF £48.50
Drawing and Collage: All Abilities
Visual Arts
Abstract Painting: Introduction
Explore abstract painting and learn how to
express a range of visual and emotional
ideas through colour, composition and paint.
CL
Brampton 1409B114 - 5 wks
Starts 12-Jan-15
Monday 19:30 - 21:30
Fee £55.00 HF £27.50
Art
Covering all aspects of fine art including
drawing, painting and printmaking.
Running alongside GCSE Art, students are
encouraged to explore media and to make
critical judgements whilst gaining a
broader understanding of Art history. CL
Sidcup High Street 1409H111 - 10 wks
Starts 13-Jan-15
Scott Cooper
Tuesday 12:30 - 15:30
Fee £95.00 HF £47.50
Creating Images
Learn to communicate ideas through
image using a variety of traditional and
contemporary techniques including
collage, drawing, 3D objects and digital.
CL
Brampton 1409B118 - 3 wks
Starts 13-Apr-15
Monday 19:30 - 21:30
Fee £33.00 HF £16.50
Create extraordinary images by combining
the techniques of drawing with the creative
potential of collage. Explore shape, space
and the imaginative possibilities. CL
Brampton 1409B123 - 5 wks
Starts 14-Jan-15
Wednesday 13:00 - 15:00
Fee £55.00 HF £27.50
Drawing and Painting
Come and improve your drawing and
painting skills, work with a variety of
mediums and subject matter and develop
your personal style. CL
Brampton 1409B102 - 12 wks
Starts 19-Jan-15
Patricia Barrow
Monday 19:30 - 21:30
Fee £110.00 HF £55.00
Drawing: Introduction
This practical course will cover proportion,
angles, composition, line and tone. Gain
confidence in drawing and develop an
individual drawing style. CL
Brampton 1409B120 - 5 wks
Starts 25-Feb-15
Susie Johns
Wednesday 10:00 - 12:00
Fee £55.00 HF £27.50
Evening Painting Spring School
Enjoy intensive painting over two
evenings. Build a painting step by step,
using compositional studies and scaling.
Develop your painting skills in oil or acrylic
in this short course. All abilities welcome.
CL
Brampton 1409B124 - 5 wks
Starts 25-Feb-15
Wednesday 13:00 - 15:00
Fee £55.00 HF £27.50
Landscape Through the eyes of
Cornish Painter Frank Gascoigne
Heath
Explore pictorial vision in Cornish painting
and reflect upon the interpretation of your
own landscape painting. CL
Brampton 1409B127 - 4 wks
Starts 02-Mar-15
Suzy Wyatt
Monday 19:30 - 21:30
Fee £44.00 HF £22.00
Mixed Media: Exploring Art and Text
Explore how artists have worked with
images and written language to create
new work. Combine creative writing and
mixed media to create new pieces. CL
Brampton 1409B125 - 6 wks
Starts 15-Apr-15
Wednesday 13:00 - 15:00
Fee £66.00 HF £33.00
Printmaking Summer School:
Beginners
Ideal for beginners hoping to gain an
understanding of the subject and start
developing their visual ideas through a
number of different approaches. CL
Brampton 1409B126 - 7 wks
Starts 03-Jun-15
Wednesday 13:00 - 15:00
Fee £77.00 HF £38.50
CL
Brampton 1409B121 - 2 wks
Starts 11-May-15
Monday 19:30 - 21:30
Fee £22.00
& 020 3045 5176
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Fee Chart
Note Proof of benefits must be current and be dated in the last 4
weeks before you enrol. Students who are no longer in receipt of
benefits when the course starts must pay the full fee and evidence
may be requested.
A Plus exam and accreditation costs
B If you are entitled to a free examination course(s) you will be
required to pay £10.00 for course materials (per course)
and a deposit of £50.00 (per academic year). The College
will refund the deposit after you have completed the course
and taken the exam. For refund details see page 32.
The following fees are based on students who are a UK or EU resident who have lived in the EU during the
last 3 years. If this is not applicable please call & 020 3045 5176 to discuss eligibility.
Symbol
Aged 14-15
Aged 16-18
Age at 31 August 2014
Age at 31 August 2014
H
£10 per hour
H and FL or F2
£10 per hour
H and F3
£10 per hour
GCSE English
Language or maths
£10 per hour
A
A
A
Free
Free
Free
Aged 19-23
B
B
Aged 19 or older as at 31 August 2014
Group 1
Group 1
Yes Free B
No Full Fee
Yes Free B
No Full Fee
Group 1
Group 1
Yes Free B
No Full Fee
Yes Free B
No Full Fee
Group 1
B
Yes Free B
No Full Fee
A
Free
Aged 24+
Free
B
B
24 + Fee
24+ Loan
Free
B
and you do not have Grade A*- C
N
Full Fee
Full Fee
CL
£10 per hour
A
£10 per hour
A
Full Fee
Full Fee
Group 2
Group 2
Yes Half Fee
Yes Half Fee
if shown
No
Full Fee
if shown
No
Full Fee
Group 1
Group 2
n Receiving JSA (including those receiving
NI credits only)
n Receiving ESA (WRAG) Work-Related Activity
Group
n Receiving Universal Credit (UC) as they
are unemployed and are mandated to undertake
training
n Released on temporary licence (RoTL) to follow
learning outside of prison
n Unemployed, want to enter employment
and on Income Support
n Unemployed want to enter employment
and on Housing Benefit
n Receiving JSA (including those receiving NI
credits only)
n Receiving ESA (WRAG) Work-Related
Activity Group
n Receiving Universal Credit (UC) as they are
unemployed and are mandated to
undertake training
n Released on temporary licence (RoTL) to
follow learning outside of prison
n Income Support
n Housing Benefit
n Working Tax Credit
n Pension Guarantee credit
Students aged 19-23 on the start date of their
course who are eligible for full funding will be:
n Studying their first: Foundation Learning (FL)
course, first Full Level 2 or 3 qualification.
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Bexley Council Employees are entitled to a 10%
discount (tuition fees only).
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Terms & Conditions
Please read the Terms & Conditions thoroughly including the Privacy Statement and tick boxes on the enrolment form.
General Terms & Conditions
Additional Expenses
Some courses may involve additional
expenses e.g. the purchase of materials.
Please do not purchase anything before
your first session unless otherwise
indicated in your course outline. No liability
can be accepted for expenses incurred in,
or in connection with, attending a class
which has been cancelled or altered at
short notice. Every effort will be made to
inform students in advance of any
cancellation or alteration.
Please check your course outline for more
information.
Attendance & Withdrawal
All students should attend regularly for a
minimum of 80% of their course. If you are
going to be absent you must notify the
College on & 020 3045 5176
Some courses may have a minimum
attendance requirement. Failure to meet
this may mean that you are unable to
achieve the qualification.
If you are absent for 4 consecutive weeks
without informing the College, you will
automatically be withdrawn from the
course. As the withdrawal of students
affects the funding the College receives,
those students who withdraw without good
reason will be invoiced depending on their
funding status, up to a maximum of £10.00
per course hour.
Children
Under no circumstances are children
allowed to attend unless previously enrolled
in a class. Please contact & 020 3045 5176
for information on enrolling children.
Class Amalgamation, Changes or
Closure
All classes have a minimum number of
students to be viable. The College reserves
the right to close a class, combine one class
with another or make changes to published
details including dates, times, location, tutor
and fees.
If the College closes a course and is unable
to arrange a suitable alternative, you will
receive a full refund (if applicable). If you
are a full fee payer and the course cost over
£30.00 you will also receive a £5.00 College
voucher for the inconvenience caused.
Code of Conduct
The College reserves the right to exclude
any student on grounds of unacceptable
behaviour. Standards of behaviour are
detailed on the College website in the
Student Handbook section.
Equality & Diversity
The College embraces the implementation of
equal opportunities. We believe that all staff
and students should be treated as the
individuals they are, with different needs
regardless of age, gender, sexual orientation,
race, colour, religion or disability. All persons
attending or working for the College should be
given the opportunity to reach their full
potential, having equal access and choice.
Health & Safety
Students will not be permitted in classes using
hazardous equipment unless a tutor is
present. All students and staff are responsible
for their own safety and for not compromising
the safety of others. Protective clothing should
be worn in certain craft classes. Please check
your course outline.
Medical Fitness
Students must ensure that they are medically
fit where physical skills or activities are
concerned. Students undertake such courses
at their own risk and are required to complete
a declaration of fitness at the first session.
Student Learning Record
All students studying with the College will
complete an Student Learning Record.
They are important documents which assist
in the monitoring of your progress and
achievement, thereby helping to ensure the
quality of the service provided and are a
requirement of our funders. If you decide
not to complete an SLR the College will
have to charge you £10.00 per hour for your
course as your place won’t receive funding.
Unique Learner Number
A Unique Learner Number (ULN) is a 10digit reference number which is used to
access the Personal Learning Record of
anyone over the age of 14 involved in UK
education or training. Students retain the
same number throughout their lives,
whatever their level of learning and
wherever they choose to participate in
education, training and learning.
The data you supply will be used by the
Skills Funding Agency to issue you with a
& 020 3045 5176
Unique Learner Number and share
information about your learning. Further
details of how your data is processed and
shared can be found at: www.learningrecordservice.org.uk
Privacy - How we use your Personal
Information
The personal information you provide is
passed to the Chief Executive of Skills
Funding (“the Agency”) and, when needed,
the Department for Education, including the
Education Funding Agency to meet legal
responsibilities under the Apprenticeships,
Skills, Children and Learning Act 2009, and for
the Agency’s Learning Records Service (LRS)
to create and maintain a unique learner
number (ULN) and a Personal Learning
Record (PLR). The information you provide
may be shared with other organisations for
education, training, employment and wellbeing–related purposes, including for
research.
Further information about use of and
access to your personal data, and details of
organisations with whom we regularly share
data are available at:
www.gov.uk/government/publications/
sfa-privacy-notice
Fees & Payment
Fee Chart
The Fee Chart on page 30 detailing fees,
entitlement and eligibility forms part of our
Terms & Conditions.
Accreditation / Exam Costs
All fees are correct at the time of going to
press. The cost of examination, registration
and administration are generally included in
the course fees. However, there are some
exceptions: please read the description of your
course carefully – this will tell you whether
there are any additional costs to pay. All
examination, accreditation and administration
fees are non-refundable as they are passed
onto external awarding bodies.
Exam Courses
All courses marked with this symbol Q are
accredited courses. The College would not
expect you to be studying the same
qualification elsewhere. Students who enrol
on these courses MUST take the
examination / accreditation with the College
and not elsewhere. If you enrol on an
examination course and do not take the
exam, you will be charged at the rate of
£10.00 per hour for the whole course.
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Terms & Conditions
Re-Sitting Exams
If you are a current student and wish to
re-sit an exam you will incur an admin fee
of £15.00 plus any exam fee due.
Free Examination Courses
Deposits
If you are in receipt of a free examination
course(s) you will be required to pay a
one-off deposit (per academic year) of
£50.00 which is refundable once you
complete the course and take the exam.
The refund will be issued once the results
have been received by the College. If you
are taking more than one accredited
course, this will be after the final
assessment.
The £50 deposit will not be refunded if
students do not complete all courses on
which they are enrolled and take all
relevant exams in that academic year.
Materials
If you are in receipt of a free examination
course(s) you will also be required to pay
£10.00 material costs per course.
Reduced Fees
If you are in receipt of eligible benefits
you may be entitled to a FREE or reduced
price course, see Fee Chart for details.
Ways to Pay
You can pay by cash, cheque, credit /
debit card, College Voucher*, Standing
Order or instalments.
* You cannot use a voucher if you are enrolling
online.
If you are enrolling online please ensure
that you have read the enrolment
instructions and you enter any relevant
codes BEFORE checking out.
Instalment & Standing Order
Payments
Please note: Once you have enrolled you
are liable for the full cost of the course. The
College will pursue outstanding fees.
There is a £5 admin fee per course for
paying by instalment or Standing Order.
These enrolments cannot be taken over
the phone as the process will involve
completing and signing a form to
authorise payment. You will need to
complete a separate form for each eligible
course. Forms are available from the
College’s main centres and the website.
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n Any course costing £100 or more can
be paid in two equal INSTALMENTS.
The first 50% of the cost is paid on
enrolment. The 2nd payment is taken
on an agreed date either by post
dated cheque or from your card
details.
n Any course over 12 weeks and
costing £150 or more can be paid by
STANDING ORDER in four equal
instalments. The first instalment is
paid on enrolment. The remaining 3
payments will be collected monthly
commencing in the first month
following your enrolment. Courses
under 12 weeks and under £150
cannot be paid by Standing Order.
If you stop attending your course, you still
have to pay all the fees owed, and you
must continue to pay all Standing Order
or instalment payments. The College will
pursue any outstanding payments.
If the College cancels or closes your
course, you must cancel the Standing
Order with your bank.
The College reserves the right to withdraw
the use of standing orders and instalment
plans from students who have previously
defaulted on payments.
Outstanding Debts
You must ensure you have read our Terms
and Conditions before enrolling. It is your
responsibility to ensure that your fees are
paid in full and on time. The College will
pursue outstanding debts. This may affect
your credit rating for 6 years.
Non EU Students
The College’s main funder will only fund
students who are in certain immigration
categories. These include:
n students who are British citizens and
have lived in the United Kingdom (UK)
for the last three years
n students who are citizens of a
European Union (EU) country and
have lived in an EU country for the
last three years
n non EU EEA students and non EEA
citizens - see website for eligibility
criteria
Students who are non-funded will be
charged a tuition fee of £10.00 per hour
plus accreditation and administration fees
where applicable.
For further information on eligibility, please
see the College website.
www.tlcbexley.ac.uk
Refunds and Transfers
The College has a ‘No Refund Policy’
You can take out cancellation insurance.
Look at our website for more information.
Cooling off period
If you enrol on a course and pay for it, you
are entitled to 7 working days during
which you may cancel your enrolment and
you will be refunded. You must notify us of
your cancellation by phone, email or in
writing within this period.
If however, the course starts within the
seven day cooling off period, your right to
cancel is lost and you will not receive a
refund.
Out of this period the college operates a
‘No Refund Policy’.
The College is unable to make refunds for
absence due to medical conditions,
changes to work commitments or other
reasons for not being able to attend the
course as a part or a whole.
The College will refund in full if we close
a course.
You will be refunded by the original
method of payment except for cash, £50
deposit payments and standing order
payments which will be refunded by
cheque.
First Session Guidance
Courses marked with the symbol G
include a first week guidance session.
Your enrolment will not be confirmed until
you have attended this session. If, after
discussion with your tutor, you decide that
the course is not suitable, you may cancel
your enrolment on that course or transfer
to a more suitable course (subject to
availability). If you cancel your enrolment
you will be entitled to receive a full refund,
provided we receive your notice of
cancellation within 7 working days of the
first week guidance session and you do
not attend any further sessions of that
course.
Transfers
A transfer to another course is only
possible if requested within two weeks
from the course starting; providing you
meet the new course entry requirements,
there are spaces available and the new
tutor agrees. Transfers are only possible
to a course in the same academic year.
There will be an administration fee of £10
per transfer requested by a student. You
cannot transfer your place to anyone else.
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Enrolment Form
Please fill in all fields
Receipt No:
Date:
Payment Method:
Course Outline Sent:
Personal Details
Title:
Mr n
Mrs n
Miss n
Ms n
Male n
Surname:
Female n
/
Date of Birth:
/
First Name:
Please write your official name. We will use this name for your certificates.
Email:
In capital letters
Address:
Town:
County:
Mobile No:
Post Code:
07
Home Telephone:
Emergency Contact:
Name:
Emergency Tel:
Ethnic Origin
Eligibility
Please choose one option that best describes your ethnic group or background
White
n 31. English / Welsh / Scottish / Northern Irish / British
n 32. Irish
n 33. Gypsy or Irish Traveller
n 34. Any other White background
Mixed / Multiple ethnic groups
n 35. White and Black Caribbean
n 36. White and Black African
n 37. White and Asian
n 38. Any other mixed / multiple ethnic background
Asian / Asian British
n 39. Indian
n 40. Pakistani
n 41. Bangladeshi
n 42. Chinese
n 43. Any other Asian background
Black / African / Caribbean / Black British
n 44. African
n 45. Caribbean
n 46. Any other Black / African / Caribbean
background
Other ethnic group
n 47. Arab
n 98. Any other ethnic group
Have you lived in the UK for the
last 3 years?
Yes
n
No
n
If NO, which countries have you lived
in for the last 3 years?
Nationality (as on your passport)
Students who are not UK or EU citizens
must show proof of immigration status.
See page 30 for information about fees.
Employment Status
Please choose the option(s) that describes your current employment status. Please tell the College if your employment status changes.
If you are currently not in paid employment, please tick the appropriate length of unemployment and benefit boxes.
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
Employed for less than 16 hours per week
Employed for 16 – 19 hours per week
Employed for 20 hours or more per week
Self employed for less than 16 hours per week
Self employed for 16 – 19 hours per week
Self employed for 20 hours or more per week
Full time education or training
Not in paid employment, looking for work and available to start work
Not in paid employment, not looking for work and/or not available to start work
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
Unemployed for less than 6 months
Unemployed for 6 – 11 months
Unemployed for 12 – 23 months
Unemployed for 24 – 35 months
Unemployed for over 36 months
Receiving of Job Seekers Allowance
Receiving Employment Support Allowance (WRAG)
Receiving Universal Credit
Receiving another state benefit (not JSA, ESA (WRAG) or UC)
Course Details
Course Number
Fee
Course Title
£
£
£
Alternative course numbers please
Please complete as appropriate
Paying by cheque? Please write a separate cheque for each course.
Cheques are payable to TLC Bexley
Accredited Course Deposit if applicable. See page 32
£50.00
n
£1.00
n
Materials Costs: £10 per FREE accredited course £
Standing Order/Instalment Administration Fee: £5 per course £
Student Association Voluntary Membership
TOTAL £
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Please fill in all fields
Payment Details
Method of Payment
n
n
n
n
Cash
n Cheque Cheques payable to TLC Bexley. Please send a separate cheque for each course.
Standing Order
n Instalment Plan
n 24+ Loan
Grant Aid applied for (forms available from centres)
Credit / Debit Card I authorise you to debit my: Switch / Delta / Mastercard / Visa
Valid From: :
Card Number:
Expiry Date: :
Cardholder’s Name:
Issue Number:
Cardholder’s Signature:
Date:
Reduced / Free Fees
Security Code: :
Total Amount: :
See Fee Chart for details of the evidence required
I am claiming a reduced fee and attach documentary evidence of my entitlement. Please tick the appropriate box:
n 16 -18 years old
n Receiving Jobseeker’s Allowance (JSA)
n Receiving Employment Support Allowance (ESA)
in the Work Related Activity Group
n Receiving Universal Credit, unemployed and
mandated to train
Learning Support
n
n
n
n
Receiving Housing Benefit - see Fee Chart for eligibility
Receiving Income Support - see Fee Chart for eligibility
Working Tax Credit
Pension Guarantee Credit
n Other (please state)
English & Maths
Our funders require us to collect this information
Do you think you have a disability, learning difficulty or health problem?
Yes
n
No
n
If Yes, please tick below:
Disabilities and health problems:
Learning difficulties:
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
01. Visual impairment
02. Hearing impairment
03. Disability affecting mobility
04. Other physical difficulty
05. Other medical condition e.g. epilepsy, asthma, diabetes
06. Emotional/behavioural difficulties
07. Mental health difficulty
08. Temporary disability after illness or accident
09. Profound/complex difficulties
10. Aspergers syndrome
90. Multiple disabilities
97. Other
Are you a wheelchair user?
01. Moderate learning difficulty
02. Severe Learning difficulty
10. Dyslexia
11. Dyscalculia
19. Other specific learning difficulty
20. Autism spectrum disorder
90. Multiple learning difficulties
97. Other
Do you think you need help
with English or maths?
Yes
n
No
n
If Yes, the College will contact
you to discuss your needs.
Yes n
No n
If Yes, the College will send an additional form to assess your support needs.
Do you want any help or support?
Privacy Statement - How we use your personal information
The personal information you provide is passed to the Chief Executive of Skills Funding (“the Agency”) and, when needed, the
Department for Education, including the Education Funding Agency to meet legal responsibilities under the Apprenticeships, Skills,
Children and Learning Act 2009, and for the Agency’s Learning Records Service (LRS) to create and maintain a unique learner number
(ULN) and a Personal Learning Record (PLR). The information you provide may be shared with other organisations for education,
training, employment and well-being–related purposes, including for research.
Further information about use of and access to your personal data, and details of organisations with whom we regularly share data are
available at:
https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/sfa-privacy-notice,
All Students must sign here
Before you sign, please make sure you read the Terms & Conditions on pages 31 & 32
We will contact you by text, email or phone with information about your course.
Please tick any of the following boxes if you do not wish to be contacted by our funders:
n About courses or learning opportunities
n For surveys and research
By
email
n
n By phone
I have read the Terms & Conditions
n I understand the College’s no refund policy n
Signature:
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n By post
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Centre Information
2
Erith
Brampton Road
1
Hall Place
3
Sidcup
High Street
www.tlcbexley.ac.uk
Contact us on: & 020 3045 5176
1
Brampton Road
2
Erith
3
Sidcup High Street
* [email protected]
Centre Information
Our centres have car parking facilities onsite or nearby. Parking
spaces are limited and not guaranteed.
We have facilities for disabled students including ramps to all
buildings, lifts to all floors and accessible toilets for wheelchair
users. The Brampton Road centre has a hygiene room with
personal care equipment. A
We have loop facilities for the hard-of-hearing with the exception
of some ICT suites and craft rooms.
5 Brampton Road, Bexleyheath, DA7 4EZ
Nearest Train Station: Bexleyheath
Buses: 89, 96, 422, 486, B11, B12, B14, B15, B16
101 - 103 Erith High Street, Erith, DA8 1RG
Nearest Train Station: Erith
Buses: 99, 229, 428, 469, 602, 669, B12, N89
3 High Street, Sidcup, Kent, DA14 6EN
Nearest Train Station: Sidcup
Buses: 51, R11, 233, 321, 492
See page 2 for opening times.
& 020 3045 5176
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* [email protected]
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