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Family Historian Software View details

To provide a brief introduction and overview of the genealogy programme Family Historian for new and fairly new users of this software package. The theory and methodology of building a family tree will not be covered. Potential users can download a free 30-day trial version from www.familyhistorian.co.uk to help them get the most from this taster session.

Family Historian Software (repeat) View details

To provide a brief introduction and overview of the genealogy programme Family Historian for new and fairly new users of this software package. The theory and methodology of building a family tree will not be covered. Potential users can download a free 30-day trial version from www.familyhistorian.co.uk to help them get the most from this taster session.

Femme Fatales Revisited View details

This is a short follow -up course for the WEA Tunbridge Wells literature group, which will also serve as a trial for the use of zoom in the Autumn. For our course in the Spring we used the following definition of 'femme fatale': 'It's a term that has been used in English since the 1880s, & it comes from the French 'femme' (woman) & the Latin 'fatale' (literally 'decreed by fate', but in this context meaning something closer to 'disastrous'. Famous literary 'femme fatales' include Medea, & Daisy Miller in 'The Great Gatsby''. It is an archetype of literature an art - a femme fatale is very attractive sexually & likely to cause problems for anyone who is attracted to her'. For the first meeting we'll discuss Daphne Du Maurier's 'My Cousin Rachel' & for the second week Sarah in Graham Greene's 'The End of the Affair'

Finding Happiness in difficult times View details

The Happiness course is focused on finding light when it seems there is only darkness, it is about us defining what light looks like to us individually and how we can embrace more and more of it.

Finding resilience tools View details

The definition of resilient is someone or something that bounces back into shape or recovers quickly. An example of resilient is elastic being stretched and returning to its normal size after being let go. An example of resilient is a sick person rapidly getting healthy.

Finding work and developing Key skills for ESOL Students View details

Are you looking for work? Want to improve your English to do your job even better? This course teaches you how to look for jobs, apply for jobs, go for interviews and communicate in the workplace.

First Steps into Digital View details

The session is for students who want to embrace the digital age, which in turn will increase their self confidence and esteem.

First Steps into your Family History View details

For beginners or experienced researchers who want to use the Internet to trace their family tree and discover how their ancestors lived in times past. We will look at the various types of resources that can be found online, learn about their historical context and what information we can glean from them to build a family history. Learners will also be encouraged to manage and maintain a folder containing evidence of their research.

Flower Power View details

To explore some aspects of the theme of flowers in Art and consider the different ways in which artists have interpreted the wide ranging subject matter. Examples from a range of styles and periods will be included. Fully illustrated with discussion.

Forming Positive Professional Relationships View details

Forming positive professional relationships can be a real asset in the work place. An ideal course for new job starters, those wanting to develop their skills and those who want to improve their confidence in the workplace.