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A Taste of Real Bread: an introduction to fruit breads and festive breads. View details

Gain skills and confidence in making a wide variety of fruit breads and festive breads. You'll get to take home some tasty loaves at the end of the day! The course also offers an insight into the nutritional benefits of 'real bread'.

Alterations & Customising Further Techniques View details

This course will develop you skills and interest in up-cycling, customising and altering clothes. We will learn lots of different techniques to rejuvenate garments. Bring along old clothes and your imagination!

Art and Poetry of The 1st World War View details

This day-school will help students establish a critical appreciation of the lives and work of early 20th century poets and artists, and recognise their development as they respond to key political, economic and social changes brought on by the 1st World War.

Art for Wellbeing View details

Art is a continuous, never-ending process of learning and discovery. Whatever art media you choose to work with, this course endeavours to help students to acquire certain basic skills and practices. On this course students will find an introduction to materials, equipment and techniques for drawing and painting. Working in different art media, students will learn about drawing materials, paper and canvases, brushes and painting knives and of course, how to paint. There will be simple exercises in painting techniques, which will lead students towards creating full compositions. Students will be encouraged and supported to develop their choices and to research and source their own subject matter, perhaps choosing to paint in a narrative style, reflecting personal experiences. Students can work from work sheets, printed images and photos, including seasonal ones. Students will be encouraged to study examples of paintings by both historical and current artists; to both inform and inspire.

Arts and Crafts View details

This is a lovely course which concentrates around the festive season. The aim of the course is to make decorations for the home, using primarily, natural materials and things you would never dream of using to make decorations, such as pasta and pegs!. we will also make quilted Xmas trees and baubles. Your family and friends will be astounded. You could also use what you make to sell at Xmas craft fairs etc.

Award in Support Work in Schools Level 2 View details

The course seeks to develop the knowledge and understanding that all those working in a school setting will need and covers areas such as safeguarding, communication and understanding the school context. The course will enable students to develop an understanding of working in a support role in a school either in a paid capacity or as a volunteer. The course promotes parental engagement with children’s learning. Students will work towards gaining the Award in Support Work in Schools which is suitable for those wishing to gain employment in a school, work as a volunteer or for those already working in a school setting with children and young people.

Award in Understanding Community Interpreting View details

This qualification offers the opportunity for students who are speakers of other languages to learn about the role of the community interpreter. You will learn about the language skills required when working in the community – giving an awareness of how language changes depending on the situation. There is also an opportunity to look at how public and voluntary service sectors work in the community.

Award in Understanding Community Interpreting View details

This qualification offers the opportunity for students who are speakers of other languages to learn about the role of the community interpreter. You will learn about the language skills required when working in the community – giving an awareness of how language changes depending on the situation. There is also an opportunity to look at how public and voluntary service sectors work in the community.

Award in Understanding Community Interpreting View details

The course provides a practical introduction to the role and responsibilities of the community interpreter and the contexts in which they work. Through a range of activities, students will develop an understanding of some of the main issues faced by interpreters and develop their knowledge of UK public services.

Basic British Sign Language (Cheshire East ACL contract) View details

This basic course if designed to teach learners to communicate with Deaf people in BSL and covers a variety of topics that involve simple everyday language use. Learners will gain basic skills and confidence in production and reception of BSL.

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