Course title:
Victorian England
Tutor:
Adam Smith
Course ID:
C2346444
Start date:
20/04/2022
End date:
25/05/2022
Timetabled sessions
Date Times Hours
Wed 20 Apr 2022 14:00 PM - 16:00 PM 2
Wed 27 Apr 2022 14:00 PM - 16:00 PM 2
Wed 04 May 2022 14:00 PM - 16:00 PM 2
Wed 11 May 2022 14:00 PM - 16:00 PM 2
Wed 18 May 2022 14:00 PM - 16:00 PM 2
Wed 25 May 2022 14:00 PM - 16:00 PM 2
Total sessions: 6
Total number of classroom hours: 12
Independent online hours: 0
Total hours: 12
Date
Wed 20 Apr 2022
Times
14:00 PM - 16:00 PM
Hours
2
Date
Wed 27 Apr 2022
Times
14:00 PM - 16:00 PM
Hours
2
Date
Wed 04 May 2022
Times
14:00 PM - 16:00 PM
Hours
2
Date
Wed 11 May 2022
Times
14:00 PM - 16:00 PM
Hours
2
Date
Wed 18 May 2022
Times
14:00 PM - 16:00 PM
Hours
2
Date
Wed 25 May 2022
Times
14:00 PM - 16:00 PM
Hours
2
Total sessions:
6
Total number of classroom hours:
12
Independent online hours:
0
Total hours:
12
Venue:
Classroom Face to Face with Canvas (for SLR & teaching file)
Weston Community Project
Weston Chapel
High Street, Weston
Weston
NN12 8PU
Leads to qualification?    No
Level:     Level 1 (level information)
Is this course part of a programme of study?
No
Programme details
Programme title:
Programme aims:
Programme description:
Who is this programme for?
Optional Activity Start date End date Fee
Fee
£49.20 or free on some courses if you are in receipt of some benefits
What skills or experience do I need to join this course?
This course is for beginners and improvers
This course is for beginners and improvers
What else do I need to know? Is there anything I need to provide?
All you need to bring is an interest in the history of England during Victoria's reign.
Course aim:
The course will consider the social and economic history of the Victorian period. Where possible the lives of real people will be used to illustrate general trends.
Course description:
Victoria’s reign was the height of English power and influence as British industrial and military power peaked. However it was also a time when previously unheard voices in society, such as those of workers and women, clamoured to be heard. 1. Introduction. Defining the course and the period. A Victorian life. 2. Power to the people. How representative government grew in the period and the problems it faced, e.g. inner city sanitation. 3. The Poor. The Poor Law and other solutions for poverty. 4. Education. How a growing population needed both basic and further education. 5. Life in the Countryside. Changes and continuity in agricultural and rural life. 6. Conclusions. Victorian lives and objects.
By the end of the course I will be able to:
1. Identify the principal features of the Victorian Period.
2. Analyse how governments reacted to pressure for improved education.
3. Identify how local government expanded to deal with rising population.
4. Recognise how rural life changed over the period.
How will I learn?

We expect you to attend your classroom sessions and make time to do any required learning activities on your own.

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