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Online Taster: Return to Maths View details

This taster is a 90 minute live video learning session using zoom, (for more information see http://bit.ly/WEAonline). Explore and enjoy everyday maths. This is a short taster course designed to see if you are interested in boosting your maths skills.

Online Course: Spanish for Holidaying View details

This course will allow you to be able to understand language you will encounter when travelling to Spain as a tourist in contexts such as an airport, a restaurant or cafe and a station. You will also learn how to formulate simple sentences in these contexts. For more information see http://bit.ly/WEAonline.

Live Online Learning Taster: Clean your home in a toxic free way View details

This Live Online Learning course using zoom, (for more information see http://bit.ly/WEAonline), where you join Aromatherapist, Carol Miller, for a fun filled sessions of essential oil education and learn about using pure therapeutic grade essential oils for your health, for your family and in your home. Discover what an essential oil is and why purity is important. Learn the different ways to apply and use them safely and how they can support your physical, emotional and mental wellbeing, as well as providing low-toxic solutions for your home. You will have practical tasks to complete and time to share your results. Be prepared to be amazed and ready to ask questions; each session will have a Q&A Section so that you can learn at your speed. With over 40 years experience using Essential Oils I am really excited to share my experience with you. It's a great way to learn and discover the powerful benefits of Essential Oils, sharing your experiences with like minded people.

Functional Skills Qualification in English Entry 3 View details

You will use real life examples to practise different reading techniques, including descriptions, instructions, explanations and stories. You will look at the layout and different features of longer texts, and how these can help us to understand the purpose of the text and find information in it. You will look at extending sentences, paying particular attention to the grammatical accuracy, to write about events and actions in the past, present and future. Using everyday situations, you will practise giving short explanations and descriptions. You will look at when and where formal language is needed in some common situations (e.g. work, education). Please note: Before you can join the course, you will need to attend an initial assessment session to make sure that this course is the right one for you.

Understanding the Role of a Community Interpreter Certa Level 1 View details

This qualification offers the opportunity for students who are speakers of other languages to learn about the roles and responsibilities of the Community Interpreter, understand the settings of their work and name the differences in public service provision between the UK and another country. The students will also understand the dynamics of communities regarding access to public services, recognise some public service terminology and language difficulties which may arise in community interpreting situations.

Castaway Multimedia: Story Telling Performance Skills View details

Join us as we find ways to come together and create using the online platform Zoom. You will be able to see the tutor and fellow students as we interact and tell stories together. We'll work towards creating a group audio theatre piece or film and you will be guided in techniques for collecting and sending the tutor your own material using your phone - this may be sound effects (foley) or recorded speech or film. Everyone's contributions will come together like a jigsaw to create the final piece which we'll watch together at the end.

Award in Preparation for Work in Community Interpreting View details

The Level 2 Award is for students who are interested in community interpreting work in a voluntary or paid capacity in a range of settings, including housing, education, social care, welfare benefits, immigration and health. The Award is suitable for students who wish to gain knowledge and skills of community interpreting including the role of codes of practice, learn about the settings where interpreters may be required to work, and are not yet ready to study at Level 3 or do not feel ready or able to commit to a longer qualification.

WEA National Tutor Induction Program View details

This course is for tutors who are new to the WEA. It is delivered by video conference (Zoom) and the WEA virtual learning platform (Canvas). There will be 2 sessions of 90 minutes plus the equivalent of 1 hour on Canvas. The course will help tutors gain the knowledge and confidence to deliver courses for the WEA and support students, ensuring continuity in quality and approach.

Italian Beginners View details

This is an ongoing course. It is aimed at people who have already studied Italian for at least one year and have a basic knowledge of the Italian language, but keen to develop it further. The course will focus on oral, listening and speaking skills, but also reading and writing, so that the student will be able to communicate effectively. Being focused on communicative skills, an active participation during the classes will be encouraged. Each term will cover a different topic designed to broaden the learner's understanding of Italian society, culture and lifestyle.

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Entry 3 Writing View details

This course will help you to increase your confidence writing longer texts in a range of everyday and more formal situations (e.g. work and education). It will help to improve your spelling of less common words by using strategies you have learned before. We will look at extending sentences (using 2 or more clauses), paying particular attention to the grammatical accuracy, in a range of tenses to write about events and actions in the past, present and future.