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Advanced Aromatheraphy View details

During the course you will learn how essential oils work and the benefits by blending a variety of oils to help with common ailments and skin types. You will have the opportunity to create your own products to suit your own individuality.

Advanced Latin for Pleasure View details

Come and translate Latin in a friendly, supportive and stimulating group. We shall tackle two core texts (one verse and one prose) alongside shorter extracts of other relevant texts. All students will have plenty of opportunities to translate, discuss and benefit from the wide range of insights provided by all the members of the class. Wherever possible we will consider the impact of Latin literature on modern European society and culture and its links to modern debates. Discussions are also intended to enable students to gain more from their own visits to museums and classical sites. Students will be invited to prepare some translation at home as well as translating unseen in class but the atmosphere is always relaxed and students can set their own pace for independent work. This course is for anyone who is confident with Latin and who wishes to gain first-hand experience of some of Europe's finest literature and its continued fascination for people today.

Adventures in Summer Astronomy View details

An introduction to Astronomy, this course will cover the basics of: what is visible in the night sky with the naked eye: the constellations, the moon and the planets. For the 50th anniversary of the first manned moon-landings, we will look in a little more detail at the moon.

Age of Romanticism: History, Art & Culture 1780 - 1830 View details

This thematically led course considers key examples of arts and culture in the 18th century. Taking as a connecting theme the styles of the Romantic period, we will explore Europe's cultural landscape. Sessions will include Napoleonic France, English landscape painters, and romanticism in literature.

Age of Romanticism: History, Art & Culture 1780 - 1830 View details

This thematically led course considers key examples of arts and culture in the early 19th century. Taking as a connecting theme the styles of the Romantic period, we will explore Europe's cultural landscape. Sessions will include Napoleonic France, English landscape painters, and romanticism in literature.

Age of Romanticism:  History, Art and Culture 1780 – 1830 View details

This thematically led course considers key examples of arts and culture in the 18th century. Taking as a connecting theme the styles of the Romantic period, we will explore Europe's cultural landscape. Sessions will include Napoleonic France, English landscape painters, and romanticism in literature.

All Things Japanese View details

A history of the language and culture of Japan including; family life, religion, calligraphy, tea ceremony

American Art of 18th,19th and 20th Centuries View details

This is a History of Art Course that will follow the development of American art during the 18th century, during the 19th century and the 20th century. We will discuss who were the painters and sculptors of this period of America. Who were their influences and whom did they influence. Was there particular American flavour in their art. Did they capture a society or landscape unique to America. Come and find out !

An introduction to Complementary Therapy View details

Explore a range of complementary therapies including Massage, Aromatherapy, Indian head massage and Stress management. You will also compare attitudes and outlooks and will explore life-style choices in relation to your wellbeing. Your choices will form tools for you to use to shape your life.

An Introduction to Construction Skills Certification Scheme with ESOL View details

Do you want to work in construction environment? Then you first need the CSCS card and we can help you get it. Our CSCS & Employability course is designed for individuals wishing to qualify for the Construction Skills Certification Scheme green card to access construction sites as a non-skilled worker. Undertaking this 10 weeks course 1 day per week and its assessment will give the you an opportunity to develop or extend knowledge and understanding of the health and safety requirements of the construction industry, applying for job in the construction sector. The course also cater for those whose English is their second language. At the end of training the you will be assessed using a multiple-choice question paper with clear performance levels listed for each outcome. On successful completion of this course, the mock test and CITB test, the you will achieve a Certificate award in Health and Safety in a Construction Environment, demonstrating knowledge in this area.