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PART-TIME COURSES FOR ADULTS 2018/19 ON CAMPUS AND IN THE COMMUNITY


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Courses in the Community

Our part-time courses in the community for adults aged 19+ are offered at both our city centre campus and a variety of centres in the Bradford area. With our huge range of courses offered in the morning, afternoon and evening, we aim to ensure that classes fit in with your work and family commitments. Whether you would like to take up a new hobby, study for your own personal development, learn a foreign language or simply enjoy meeting people, we will have something for you. For full course details and further information visit: bradfordcollege.ac.uk

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How to Enrol

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Fee Concessions

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Financial Support and Guidance

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Guide to Venues

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Careers Advice

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Our Courses in the Community

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Forster College

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English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)

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Our Range of Study Options

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Free Courses in English and Mathematics

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Access to Further Education

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For full details of dates, times and venues and to pre-register, visit the ‘Open Events’ section of our website.

Apprenticeships

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Open Events

Visit one of our Open Events to get all the answers you need.

2018

Thursday 23 August Thursday 27 September Saturday 08 December

2019

Saturday 23 March Saturday 06 July Thursday 22 August

Further Education Courses Higher Education Courses Prospectus Information

For further details contact us on: 01274 433333 or email: community@bradfordcollege.ac.uk


Costume Jewellery/Beadwork – Introduction 13 14 Costume Jewellery/Beadwork – Improvers Counselling Skills – Introduction 14 14 Counselling Skills – Improvers Crafts, Health and Well-being – Introduction 14 14 Crafts, Health and Well-being – Improvers Crafts Production and Retail Opportunities 14 – Introduction Crafts Production and Retail Opportunities 14 – Improvers Creative Hairstyling Techniques – Introduction 14 14 Creative Hairstyling Techniques – Improvers Creative Interiors – Introduction 14 14 Creative Interiors – Improvers Creative Writing – Introduction 14 14 Creative Writing – Improvers Cupcakes and Cookies – Introduction 15 15 Cupcakes and Cookies – Improvers Customer Service Skills – Introduction 15 15 Customer Service Skills – Improvers 15 Digital Media Skills – Introduction Digital Media Skills – Improvers 15 Digital Photography – Introduction 15 Digital Photography – Improvers 15 English for Employability – Introduction 15 English for Employability – Improvers 16 English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) 24 Family and Military History – Introduction 16 Family and Military History – Improvers 16 Fashion Design Techniques – Introduction 16 Fashion Design Techniques – Improvers 16 Fashion Design and Business – Introduction 16 Fashion Design and Business – Improvers 16 Floristry Design and Business – Introduction 16 Floristry Design and Business – Improvers 16 French – Introduction 17 French – Improvers 17 Hair Styling and Business – Introduction 17 Hair Styling and Business – Improvers 17 Health and Social Care – Introduction 17 Health and Social Care – Improvers 17 IT Skills – Introduction 17 IT Skills – Improvers 17 ITQ Award Level 1 17 Italian – Introduction 17 Italian – Improvers 18 Jewellery Making with Precious Metals – Introduction 18 Jewellery Making with Precious Metals – Improvers 18 Job Search – Introduction 18 Job Search – Improvers 18 Know Your Tablet – Introduction 18 Know Your Tablet – Improvers 18 18 Mehndi – Introduction Mehndi – Improvers 18 Mental Health Awareness – Introduction 18 Mental Health Awareness – Improvers 18 19 Mindfulness – Introduction Mindfulness – Improvers 19

Money Management – Introduction 19 19 Money Management – Improvers Office and Home IT – Introduction 19 19 Office and Home IT – Improvers Office and Reception Skills – Introduction 19 19 Office and Reception Skills – Improvers Office Skills – Introduction 19 Office Skills – Improvers 19 Palliative Care – Introduction 19 19 Palliative Care – Improvers Pan Oriental Cooking – Introduction 19 20 Pan Oriental Cooking – Improvers Patisserie – Introduction 20 Patisserie – Improvers 20 Pattern Cutting and Sewing for Business 20 – Introduction Pattern Cutting and Sewing for Business 20 – Improvers Photoshop – Introduction 20 20 Photoshop – Improvers Photoshop with Photography – Introduction 20 Photoshop with Photography – Improvers 20 Polish – Introduction 20 Polish – Improvers 20 Pottery – Introduction 20 Pottery – Improvers 21 Psychology – Introduction 21 Psychology – Improvers 21 Sewing Skills and Business Opportunities – Introduction 21 Sewing Skills and Business Opportunities – Improvers 21 Social and Personal Development – Introduction 21 Social and Personal Development – Improvers 21 Spanish – Introduction 21 Spanish – Improvers 21 Start Your Own Business – Introduction 21 Start Your Own Business – Improvers 21 Sugarcraft Cake Decoration – Introduction 22 Sugarcraft Cake Decoration – Improvers 22 Support and Care for the Elderly – Introduction 22 Support and Care for the Elderly – Improvers 22 Sustainability and the Environment – Introduction 22 Sustainability and the Environment – Improvers 22 Teamwork Skills – Introduction 22 22 Teamwork Skills – Improvers Tenancy Awareness – Introduction 22 Tenancy Awareness – Improvers 22 Theatrical Make-up – Introduction 22 Theatrical Make-up – Improvers 22 Urdu Literacy for Community Interpreting – Introduction 23 Urdu Literacy for Community Interpreting – Improvers 23 Watercolours – Introduction 23 Watercolours – Improvers 23 Web Design – Introduction 23 Web Design – Improvers 23 Wedding and Event Planning – Introduction 23 Wedding and Event Planning – Improvers 23

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Arabic – Introduction 8 8 Arabic – Improvers Asian Bridal Industry – Introduction 8 8 Asian Bridal Industry – Improvers Asian Cookery – Introduction 8 8 Asian Cookery – Improvers Baking – Introduction 8 Baking – Improvers 9 Beauty Care Industry – Introduction 9 9 Beauty Care Industry – Improvers Beauty Industry: Beauty Therapy – Introduction 9 Beauty Industry: Beauty Therapy – Improvers 9 Beauty Industry: Hairstyling – Introduction 9 Beauty Industry: Hairstyling – Improvers 9 Beauty Industry: Make-up Artist – Introduction 9 9 Beauty Industry: Make-up Artist – Improvers Beauty Industry: Make-up Techniques 9 – Introduction Beauty Industry: Make-up Techniques – Improvers 9 10 Blogging and Social Media – Introduction Blogging and Social Media – Improvers 10 Bread Bakery – Introduction 10 Bread Bakery – Improvers 10 British Sign Language – Introduction 10 British Sign Language – Improvers 10 British Sign Language Level 1 10 British Sign Language Level 2 10 Cake Decoration – Introduction 10 Cake Decoration – Improvers 10 Child Psychology – Introduction 11 Child Psychology – Improvers 11 Chocolate Making: Hand Moulded – Introduction 11 Chocolate Making: Hand Moulded – Improvers 11 Classroom Assistants – Introduction 11 Classroom Assistants – Improvers 11 Community Art – Introduction 11 Community Art – Improvers 11 Community Interpreting – Introduction 11 Community Interpreting – Improvers 11 Community Interpreting Level 1 11 Community Interpreting Level 2 12 Community Interpreting Level 3 12 Community Interpreting Level 4 12 Complementary Therapies – Introduction 12 Complementary Therapies – Improvers 12 12 Computing Skills – Introduction Computing Skills – Improvers 12 Confidence with Computers – Introduction 12 Confidence with Computers – Improvers 12 Confidence with English – Introduction 13 Confidence with English – Improvers 13 Confidence with Maths – Introduction 13 Confidence with Maths – Improvers 13 Cookery Skills – Introduction 13 Cookery Skills – Improvers 13 Cooking: Independent Living and Work – Introduction 13 Cooking: Independent Living and Work – Improvers 13

Courses in the Community

Our Courses in the Community are offered in a wide range of subjects

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Courses in the Community

How to Enrol You can enrol at our main campus, The David Hockney Building for any of the courses in this guide, even if they are located at an external venue.

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July Enrolment Sessions 23 Jul-31 Jul Mon-Thu 10.00-16.00 Fri 10.00-15.00

Please note: Enrolment is closed on Thu 26 Jul.

August Enrolment Sessions 01 Aug-10 Aug Mon-Thu 10.00-16.00 Fri 10.00-15.00

ESOL Courses Applications for ESOL courses are now being taken. You can apply at our main campus, The David Hockney Building or contact us on 01274 433333. For more information on ESOL courses see page 24.

Fees Policy All students will be expected to make arrangements to pay their fees at the time of enrolment.

September Enrolment Sessions 08 Sep Sat 10.00-14.00

•• The College accepts payments by cash, cheque and all major credit/debit cards as well as instalment payments by direct debit

10 Sep-21 Sep Mon-Thu 16.00-19.00 Fri 14.00-16.00 26 Sep Wed 14.00-19.00

•• Instalment payments are allowed on courses costing over £150.00. An initial payment of 15% of the course fee/minimum of £50.00 (whichever is the smaller) must be paid at enrolment with the rest of the fees payable over a maximum of four further direct debit payments

It is important when you come to enrol that you have with you a form of photographic ID (eg passport, driving licence, bus pass, work ID). There is no need to bring a separate photograph as your picture will be taken for your College ID card during enrolment. You can pay by cash, cheque (made payable to Bradford College) or credit/debit card. Tuition fees and any exam fees must be paid at the time of enrolment unless you qualify for a fee concession (see page 5) or have a letter to say your employer is paying for your course. Details of our fees policy can be found in the column on the right.

Postal Enrolments If you cannot attend any of the sessions above, please contact us on 01274 433333 and we will send you a postal enrolment form for you to return along with a passportsized photograph and payment or proof of any fee concessions for which you are eligible.

•• All courses costing £150.00 or less must be paid for in full at enrolment •• Learners aged 24+ at the start of their course who are studying Level 3 and above will need to take out an Advanced Learner Loan (see page 6) or self-fund the course at the same rate. If an employer is paying, the employer will be charged the Advanced Loan fee •• If your employer is paying for the course, you must bring to enrolment an original letter from your employer, on company letter-headed paper, which states this (copies, handwritten letters or emails cannot be accepted). Unless you bring this letter you will be asked to pay fees at enrolment. Sponsor fees must be paid within 30 days of the invoice. If payment remains outstanding you will be automatically liable for the fees •• A number of fee concessions are available for students aged 19+ depending on eligibility. See page 5 for details •• Eligibility for funding for non UK/EEA citizens depends on individual circumstances. Please contact us on 01274 433333 for more details.

Details of fee concessions can be found on page 5.

IMPORTANT ENROLMENT INFORMATION Tuition and Exam Fees must be paid at enrolment unless you bring evidence for a fee concession, Advanced Learner Loan or a letter to say your employer is paying for your course.

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The College offers a range of fee concessions on many part-time and community courses (including non-accredited community courses) for UK and EU students. Courses may be fully funded if you qualify for any of the reasons below. If you believe you are eligible for fee concessions, you will need to bring photocopies of the evidence listed below to submit with your enrolment form:

Benefits

Evidence To Bring To Enrolment

Jobseeker’s Allowance (JSA)

A photocopy of the original letter from the Job Centre dated within the last three months* (see below)

Employment and Support Allowance (ESA)

A photocopy of latest letter from the Job Centre dated within the last three months. These are sent out every two years so you will either need a letter confirming that you are still receiving it or provide your two-year award letter and a current bank statement showing payments. This must be in your own name

Universal Credit

Entitlement to Universal Credit or work related activity group (WRAG)

and are in a work-related activity group (WRAG)

Anyone Jobcentre Plus determine as being in a work-related activity group, work preparation group or work-focused interview group

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Category D Offenders may also be eligible for fee concessions.

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Fee Concessions

See page 24 for ESOL course fees concessions

Working Tax Credit

(non-accredited courses only - those with codes starting VAB and VAE) (your total income should not exceed £17,500.00)

Copies of all six pages of the Working Tax Credit Award 20182019. If you do not have this please provide a copy of your Provisional Working Tax Credit 2018-2019 and a current bank statement showing payments. This can be in your own name or part of a family claim (husband and wife)

Income Support

A copy of an original letter dated within three months (this must be in your own name)* (see below)

Housing Benefit

A copy of a letter dated within last three months (this must be in your own name)* (see below)

Asylum Seekers

Asylum Registration Card Aspen Debit Card and current purchase receipts

All learners enrolling on a course below Level 3 who earn up to £15,736.50 per year are eligible for fee concessions

Contract of Employment or a payslip dated within the last three months

Fee concessions are also available if you earn less than £15,736.50 per year. *If this letter is more than three months old, you must provide a confirmation letter or the original letter and a current bank statement showing payments in the last three months. Please note: To obtain fee concessions, evidence must be in YOUR name. We cannot accept the evidence of dependants. If you do not have a British passport you will need to bring an up-to-date copy of the following: •• •• •• •• ••

Your visa Your family/husband/wife’s passport if you have come on a family/spouse visa Residence permit (photocopy both sides) You should have lived here for one year; Asylum Seekers/Refugees for six months. If you are on a Spouse/Family Visa and have been here for less than one year, you will be covered by your sponsor/ husband who will need to have been resident in the UK for at least one year.

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Financial Support and Guidance Information for those studying accredited community courses

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(Community Interpreting, ITQ qualifications and British Sign Language courses) You may not have to pay course fees if you are studying a certificated or accredited course and: •• You are aged 19-23 on the start date of your course and are studying on an Entry Level or Level 1 course and will progress to Level 2 •• You are aged 19-23 on the start date of your course and are studying on your first full Level 2 qualification •• You are aged 19-23 on the start date of your course and are studying on your first full Level 3 qualification

Learner Support Fund – students aged 19 and over studying on an accredited course Some of the courses in this prospectus are eligible for funding through the Learner Support Fund. This fund offers help with books, materials, childcare and travel costs to students who are on benefits or who have a low household income. For advice and guidance visit Student Finance on the Ground Floor of our main campus The David Hockney Building. bradfordcollege.ac.uk/learnersupportfund

•• You are aged 19-23 on the start date of your course and would like to study a full Level 4 qualification and do not already hold a full Level 3 qualification.

email: studentfunding@bradfordcollege.ac.uk

If you are in receipt of any of the benefits outlined on page 5, you must bring proof as specified or, if you are enrolling by post, attach a copy to your application form.

Advanced Learner Loans

Please note: Government funding is not available for learners aged 24+ on accredited courses at Level 3 or above.

ANYONE 19+ CAN APPLY THE LOAN IS AVAILABLE FOR STUDENTS STUDYING A COURSE LEVEL 3-6 NOT SUBJECT TO CREDIT CHECKS REPAYMENT LINKED TO HOW MUCH YOU EARN AFTER QUALIFYING

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NO REPAYMENT UNTIL YOU ARE EARNING £25,000 PER YEAR

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Bradford City Library Centenary Square Bradford BD1 1SD

CafĂŠ West Wanstead Crescent Allerton Bradford BD15 7PA Carlisle Business Centre Carlisle Road Bradford BD8 8BD Frizinghall Centre Midland Road Bradford BD9 4HX Girlington Community Centre Girlington Road Bradford BD8 9NN Grange Interlink Community Centre Summerville Road Bradford BD7 1PX Karmand Centre Barkerend Road Bradford BD3 9EP Khidmat Centre Spencer Road Bradford BD7 2EU Kirkgate Centre Kirkgate Shipley BD18 3ED

Manningham Library Carlisle Road Bradford BD8 8BB

Bradford College Careers Advisors are all qualified and our Careers Service is Matrix accredited which means we offer independent and impartial advice to the highest of professional standards.

Mayfield Centre Broadway Avenue Bradford BD5 9NP

Visit The One Stop Shop on the Ground Floor of The David Hockney Building.

Old Building Bradford College Great Horton Road Bradford BD7 1AY

Email: careers@ bradfordcollege.ac.uk

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Buttershaw Christian Family Centre The Crescent Bradford BD6 3PZ

Lister Building Bradford College Carlton Street Bradford BD7 1AY

Careers Advice

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Guide to Venues

Tel: 01274 433043

Park Lane Centre Park Lane Bradford BD5 0LN Safety First Training Centre Edward Street Bradford BD4 7BH The David Hockney Building Bradford College Great Horton Road Bradford BD7 1AY Thornbury Centre Leeds Old Road Bradford BD3 8JX Yorkshire Craft Centre Bradford College Carlton Street Bradford BD7 1AY

Kirklands Community Centre Main Street Menston LS29 6HT

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Our Courses

start from £5.50 per class (£60.50 for 11 weeks) LEARNING FOR LIFE AND WORK

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ARABIC – INTRODUCTION

ASIAN COOKERY – INTRODUCTION

VAE101AA Wed 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 26 Sep 18

VAE105AA Mon 18.30-20.30 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 24 Sep 18

VAE103AA Thu 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 27 Sep 18

VAE107AA Tue 18.30-20.30 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 25 Sep 18

Course Fees £110.00

Course Fees £110.00

ARABIC – IMPROVERS

To meet hygiene regulations you will be required to wear an apron and a hairnet on this course and these will be provided.

VAE102AA Wed 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 23 Jan 19 VAE104AA Thu 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 24 Jan 19 Course Fees £110.00 You should have completed the Arabic – Introduction course or have a basic knowledge of Arabic.

ASIAN BRIDAL INDUSTRY – INTRODUCTION VAB101AA Mon 13.00-15.00 Park Lane Centre 11 weeks from 24 Sep 18 VAB103AA Wed 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 26 Sep 18 Course Fees £60.50

ASIAN BRIDAL INDUSTRY – IMPROVERS VAB102AA Mon 13.00-15.00 Park Lane Centre 11 weeks from 21 Jan 19 VAB104AA Wed 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 23 Jan 19

There will be some costs involved for ingredients.

ASIAN COOKERY – IMPROVERS VAE106AA Mon 18.30-20.30 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 21 Jan 19 VAE108AA Tue 18.30-20.30 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 22 Jan 19 Course Fees £110.00 You should have completed the Asian Cookery – Introduction course. To meet hygiene regulations you will be required to wear an apron and a hairnet on this course and these will be provided. There will be some costs involved for ingredients.

BAKING – INTRODUCTION VAB105AA Mon 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 24 Sep 18 VAB107AA Wed 13.00-15.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 26 Sep 18 Course Fees £60.50 You will need to provide your own ingredients (your tutor will advise what is required) or there may be some costs involved for ingredients. To meet hygiene regulations you will be required to wear an apron and hairnet on this course and these will be provided.

Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Asian Bridal Industry – Introduction course.

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VAB106AA Mon 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 21 Jan 19 VAB108AA Wed 13.00-15.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 23 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You will need to provide your own ingredients (your tutor will advise what is required) or there may be some costs involved for ingredients. To meet hygiene regulations you will be required to wear an apron and hairnet on this course and these will be provided.

BEAUTY CARE INDUSTRY – INTRODUCTION VAB109AA Tue 10.00-12.00 Grange Interlink 11 weeks from 25 Sep 18 Course Fees £60.50

BEAUTY CARE INDUSTRY – IMPROVERS VAB110AA Tue 10.00-12.00 Grange Interlink 11 weeks from 22 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Beauty Care Industry – Introduction course.

BEAUTY INDUSTRY: BEAUTY THERAPY – INTRODUCTION VAB111AA Tue 13.00-15.00 Carlisle Business Centre 11 weeks from 25 Sep 18

VAB114AA Mon 13.00-15.00 Park Lane Centre 11 weeks from 21 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Beauty Industry: Hairstyling – Introduction course.

BEAUTY INDUSTRY: MAKE-UP ARTIST – INTRODUCTION VAB119AA Mon 10.00-12.00 Karmand Centre 11 weeks from 24 Sep 18 VAB121AA Tue 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 25 Sep 18 Course Fees £60.50

BEAUTY INDUSTRY: MAKE-UP ARTIST – IMPROVERS VAB120AA Mon 10.00-12.00 Karmand Centre 11 weeks from 21 Jan 19 VAB122AA Tue 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 22 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Beauty Industry: Make-up Artist – Introduction course.

BEAUTY INDUSTRY: MAKE-UP TECHNIQUES – INTRODUCTION

Course Fees £60.50

VAB115AA Tue 10.00-12.00 Girlington Community Centre 11 weeks from 25 Sep 18

BEAUTY INDUSTRY: BEAUTY THERAPY – IMPROVERS

VAB117AA Wed 10.00-12.00 Kirkgate Centre, Shipley 11 weeks from 26 Sep 18

VAB112AA Tue 13.00-15.00 Carlisle Business Centre 11 weeks from 22 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Beauty Industry: Beauty Therapy – Introduction course.

BEAUTY INDUSTRY: HAIRSTYLING – INTRODUCTION VAB113AA Mon 13.00-15.00 Park Lane Centre 11 weeks from 24 Sep 18 Course Fees £60.50

See page 5 for details of fee concessions

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You should have completed the Baking – Introduction course.

BEAUTY INDUSTRY: HAIRSTYLING – IMPROVERS

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BAKING – IMPROVERS

Course Fees £60.50

BEAUTY INDUSTRY: MAKE-UP TECHNIQUES – IMPROVERS VAB116AA Tue 10.00-12.00 Girlington Community Centre 11 weeks from 22 Jan 19 VAB118AA Wed 10.00-12.00 Kirkgate Centre, Shipley 11 weeks from 23 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Beauty Industry: Make-up Techniques – Introduction course.

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BLOGGING AND SOCIAL MEDIA – INTRODUCTION VAB123AA Mon 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 24 Sep 18 Course Fees £60.50

BLOGGING AND SOCIAL MEDIA – IMPROVERS

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VAB124AA Mon 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 21 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Blogging and Social Media – Introduction course.

BREAD BAKERY – INTRODUCTION VAB125AA Thu 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 27 Sep 18 Course Fees £60.50 To meet hygiene regulations you will be required to wear an apron and a hairnet on this course and these will be provided. You will need to provide your own ingredients; your tutor will advise what is required.

BREAD BAKERY – IMPROVERS VAB126AA Thu 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 24 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Bread Bakery – Introduction course. To meet hygiene regulations you will be required to wear an apron and a hairnet on this course and these will be provided. You will need to provide your own ingredients; your tutor will advise what is required.

BRITISH SIGN LANGUAGE LEVEL 1 VAA601AA Mon 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 30 weeks from 24 Sep 18 VAA602AA Tue 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 30 weeks from 25 Sep 18 VAA603AA Wed 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 30 weeks from 26 Sep 18 Course Fees Tuition Fee £286.00 plus Exam Fee £90.00 This course includes three examinations throughout the year.

BRITISH SIGN LANGUAGE LEVEL 2 VAA620AA Thu 18.00-21.00 The David Hockney Building 30 weeks from 27 Sep 18 Course Fees Tuition Fee £550.00 plus Exam Fee £142.00 This course includes three examinations throughout the year. In addition to attending classes, you will be able to socialise with the deaf community. You should have completed the Level 1 British Sign Language course and will be required to attend an interview before registration. Interviews/initial assessment sessions for British Sign Language courses will be held in early September. You should phone 01274 433333 for an appointment.

CAKE DECORATION – INTRODUCTION VAB129AA Mon 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 24 Sep 18 VAB131AA Tue 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 25 Sep 18

BRITISH SIGN LANGUAGE – INTRODUCTION

Course Fees £60.50

VAB127AA Mon 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 24 Sep 18

There will be some costs involved for ingredients.

Course Fees £60.50

VAB130AA Mon 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 21 Jan 19

BRITISH SIGN LANGUAGE – IMPROVERS VAB128AA Mon 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 21 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the British Sign Language – Introduction course.

To meet hygiene regulations you will be required to wear an apron and a hairnet on this course and these will be provided.

CAKE DECORATION – IMPROVERS

VAB132AA Tue 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 22 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Cake Decoration – Introduction course. To meet hygiene regulations you will be required to wear an apron and a hairnet on this course and these will be provided. There will be some costs involved for ingredients.

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VAB133AA Mon 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 24 Sep 18 VAB135AA Fri 10.00-12.00 Mayfield Centre 11 weeks from 28 Sep 18

CHILD PSYCHOLOGY – IMPROVERS VAB134AA Mon 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 21 Jan 19 VAB136AA Fri 10.00-12.00 Mayfield Centre 11 weeks from 25 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Child Psychology – Introduction course.

CHOCOLATE MAKING: HAND MOULDED – INTRODUCTION VAB272AA Mon 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 24 Sep 18 Course Fees £60.50

VAE109AA Mon 10.00-12.00 Park Lane Centre 11 weeks from 24 Sep 18 Course Fees £110.00

COMMUNITY ART – IMPROVERS VAE110AA Mon 10.00-12.00 Park Lane Centre 11 weeks from 21 Jan 19 Course Fees £110.00 You should have completed the Community Art – Introduction course.

COMMUNITY INTERPRETING – INTRODUCTION VAB139AA Wed 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 26 Sep 18 VAB141AA Fri 10.00-12.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 28 Sep 18 Course Fees £60.50

COMMUNITY INTERPRETING – IMPROVERS

There will be some costs involved for ingredients.

VAB140AA Wed 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 23 Jan 19

CHOCOLATE MAKING: HAND MOULDED – IMPROVERS

VAB142AA Fri 10.00-12.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 25 Jan 19

To meet hygiene regulations you will be required to wear an apron and a hairnet on this course and these will be provided.

VAB273AA Mon 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 21 Jan 19

Course Fees £60.50

Course Fees £60.50

COMMUNITY INTERPRETING LEVEL 1

You should have completed the Chocolate Making: Hand Moulded – Introduction course. To meet hygiene regulations you will be required to wear an apron and a hairnet on this course and these will be provided. There will be some costs involved for ingredients.

You should have completed the Community Interpreting – Introduction course.

VAA501AA Thu 13.00-15.00 The David Hockney Building 30 weeks from 27 Sep 18

CLASSROOM ASSISTANTS – INTRODUCTION

Course Fees Tuition Fee £286.00 plus Exam Fee £70.00

VAB137AA Mon 13.00-15.00 Grange Interlink 11 weeks from 24 Sep 18

This course is suitable if you are new to this role and have no previous experience. The course is accredited through the completion of a portfolio of evidence and/or course assessment.

Course Fees £60.50

CLASSROOM ASSISTANTS – IMPROVERS

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Course Fees £60.50

COMMUNITY ART – INTRODUCTION

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CHILD PSYCHOLOGY – INTRODUCTION

You should have fluency in English and a second language at GCSE level. Interviews/initial assessment sessions for Community Interpreting courses will be held in early September. You should phone 01274 433333 for an appointment.

VAB138AA Mon 13.00-15.00 Grange Interlink 11 weeks from 21 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Classroom Assistants – Introduction course.

See page 5 for details of fee concessions

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COMMUNITY INTERPRETING LEVEL 2

COMPLEMENTARY THERAPIES – INTRODUCTION

VAA502AA Mon 09.00-12.30 The David Hockney Building 34 weeks from 24 Sep 18

VAB143AA Mon 10.00-12.00 Kirkgate Centre, Shipley 11 weeks from 24 Sep 18

Course Fees Tuition Fee £550.00 plus Exam Fee £70.00

Course Fees £60.50

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This course builds on the Community Interpreting Level 1 course. The course is accredited through the completion of a portfolio of evidence and/or course assessment. You will be required to obtain a placement as a bilingual volunteer with a relevant organisation. This placement should not be less than 20 hours. You should have an English qualification at a minimum of Level 2 and fluency in English and a second language at GCSE level. Interviews/initial assessment sessions for Community Interpreting courses will be held in early September. You should phone 01274 433333 for an appointment.

COMMUNITY INTERPRETING LEVEL 3 VAA503AA Wed 09.30-12.30 The David Hockney Building 30 weeks from 26 Sep 18 VAA504AA Thu 09.30-12.30 The David Hockney Building 30 weeks from 27 Sep 18 Course Fees Tuition Fee £724.00 plus Exam Fee £84.00 This course builds on the Community Interpreting Level 2 course. Some interpreting/translation experience is highly recommended. The course is accredited through the completion of a portfolio of evidence and/or course assessment. You should be fluent in both languages and have high competency in speaking, reading and writing in English (at A level) and speaking and reading in the second language (at A level). Interviews/initial assessment sessions for Community Interpreting courses will be held in early September. You should phone 01274 433333 for an appointment.

COMMUNITY INTERPRETING LEVEL 4 VAA505AA Tue 09.30-12.30 The David Hockney Building 30 weeks from 25 Sep 18

COMPLEMENTARY THERAPIES – IMPROVERS VAB144AA Mon 10.00-12.00 Kirkgate Centre, Shipley 11 weeks from 21 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Complementary Therapies – Introduction course.

COMPUTING SKILLS – INTRODUCTION VAB145AA Mon 13.00-15.00 Bradford City Library 11 weeks from 24 Sep 18 Course Fees £60.50

COMPUTING SKILLS – IMPROVERS VAB146AA Mon 13.00-15.00 Bradford City Library 11 weeks from 21 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Computing Skills – Introduction course.

CONFIDENCE WITH COMPUTERS – INTRODUCTION VAB211AA Thu 13.00-15.00 Bradford City Library 11 weeks from 27 Sep 18 VAB292AA Thu 13.00-15.00 Karmand Centre 11 weeks from 27 Sep 18 Course Fees £60.50

Course Fees Tuition Fee £724.00 plus Exam Fee £84.00

CONFIDENCE WITH COMPUTERS – IMPROVERS

You should have completed the Level 3 Community Interpreting course and have fluency in English and a second language at A level. This will be assessed at an initial interview. You should also be literate in both languages. The course is accredited through the completion of a portfolio of evidence and/or course assessment.

VAB212AA Thu 13.00-15.00 Bradford City Library 11 weeks from 24 Jan 19

Interviews/initial assessment sessions for Community Interpreting courses will be held in early September. You should phone 01274 433333 for an appointment.

VAB293AA Thu 13.00-15.00 Karmand Centre 11 weeks from 24 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Confidence with Computers – Introduction course.

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VAB151AA Wed 13.00-15.00 Manningham Library 11 weeks from 26 Sep 18

COOKERY SKILLS – IMPROVERS VAB156AA Mon 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 21 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Cookery Skills – Introduction course.

Course Fees £60.50

There will be some costs involved for ingredients.

CONFIDENCE WITH ENGLISH – IMPROVERS

COOKING: INDEPENDENT LIVING AND WORK – INTRODUCTION

VAB152AA Wed 13.00-15.00 Manningham Library 11 weeks from 23 Jan 19

VAB159AA Mon 13.00-15.00 Buttershaw Christian Family Centre 11 weeks from 24 Sep 18

VAB154AA Wed 10.00-12.00 Bradford City Library 11 weeks from 23 Jan 19

VAB157AA Tue 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 25 Sep 18

Course Fees £60.50

Course Fees £60.50

You should have completed the Confidence with English – Introduction course.

To meet hygiene regulations you will be required to wear an apron and a hairnet on this course and these will be provided.

CONFIDENCE WITH MATHS – INTRODUCTION VAB147AA Mon 13.00-15.00 Bradford City Library 11 weeks from 24 Sep 18 VAB149AA Mon 10.00-12.00 Manningham Library 11 weeks from 24 Sep 18 Course Fees £60.50

CONFIDENCE WITH MATHS – IMPROVERS VAB148AA Mon 13.00-15.00 Bradford City Library 11 weeks from 21 Jan 19 VAB150AA Mon 10.00-12.00 Manningham Library 11 weeks from 21 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Confidence with Maths – Introduction course.

COOKERY SKILLS – INTRODUCTION VAB155AA Mon 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 24 Sep 18

To meet hygiene regulations you will be required to wear an apron and hairnet on this course and these will be provided.

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VAB153AA Wed 10.00-12.00 Bradford City Library 11 weeks from 26 Sep 18

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CONFIDENCE WITH ENGLISH – INTRODUCTION

There will be some costs involved for ingredients.

COOKING: INDEPENDENT LIVING AND WORK – IMPROVERS VAB160AA Mon 13.00-15.00 Buttershaw Christian Family Centre 11 weeks from 21 Jan 19 VAB158AA Tue 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 22 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Cooking: Independent Living and Work – Introduction course. To meet hygiene regulations you will be required to wear an apron and a hairnet on this course and these will be provided. There will be some costs involved for ingredients.

COSTUME JEWELLERY/BEADWORK – INTRODUCTION VAE113AA Tue 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 25 Sep 18 VAE111AA Wed 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 26 Sep 18 Course Fees £110.00 There will be some costs involved for materials.

Course Fees £60.50 To meet hygiene regulations you will be required to wear an apron and hairnet on this course and these will be provided. There will be some costs involved for ingredients.

See page 5 for details of fee concessions

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COSTUME JEWELLERY/BEADWORK – IMPROVERS

CRAFTS PRODUCTION AND RETAIL OPPORTUNITIES – IMPROVERS

VAE114AA Tue 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 22 Jan 19

VAB164AA Mon 13.00-15.00 Kirkgate Centre, Shipley 11 weeks from 21 Jan 19

VAE112AA Wed 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 23 Jan 19

Course Fees £60.50

Course Fees £110.00

CREATIVE HAIRSTYLING TECHNIQUES – INTRODUCTION

You should have completed the Costume Jewellery/Beadwork – Introduction course. There will be some costs involved for materials.

COUNSELLING SKILLS – INTRODUCTION VAB161AA Mon 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 24 Sep 18 Course Fees £60.50

COUNSELLING SKILLS – IMPROVERS VAB162AA Mon 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 21 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Counselling Skills – Introduction course.

CRAFTS, HEALTH AND WELL-BEING – INTRODUCTION VAE115AA Mon 13.00-15.00 Mayfield Centre 11 weeks from 24 Sep 18 Course Fees £110.00

CRAFTS, HEALTH AND WELL-BEING – IMPROVERS VAE116AA Mon 13.00-15.00 Mayfield Centre 11 weeks from 21 Jan 19 Course Fees £110.00 You should have completed the Crafts, Health and Well-being – Introduction course.

CRAFTS PRODUCTION AND RETAIL OPPORTUNITIES – INTRODUCTION VAB163AA Mon 13.00-15.00 Kirkgate Centre, Shipley 11 weeks from 24 Sep 18 Course Fees £60.50

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You should have completed the Crafts Production and Retail Opportunities – Introduction course.

VAB165AA Wed 10.00-12.00 Café West, Allerton 11 weeks from 26 Sep 18 Course Fees £60.50

CREATIVE HAIRSTYLING TECHNIQUES – IMPROVERS VAB166AA Wed 10.00-12.00 Café West, Allerton 11 weeks from 23 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Creative Hairstyling Techniques – Introduction course.

CREATIVE INTERIORS – INTRODUCTION VAE117AA Mon 18.30-20.30 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 24 Sep 18 Course Fees £110.00

CREATIVE INTERIORS – IMPROVERS VAE118AA Mon 18.30-20.30 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 21 Jan 19 Course Fees £110.00 You should have completed the Creative Interiors – Introduction course.

CREATIVE WRITING – INTRODUCTION VAE119AA Thu 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 27 Sep 18 Course Fees £110.00

CREATIVE WRITING – IMPROVERS VAE120AA Thu 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 24 Jan 19 Course Fees £110.00 You should have completed the Creative Writing – Introduction course.

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DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY – INTRODUCTION

VAB167AA Tue 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 25 Sep 18

VAE121AA Wed 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 26 Sep 18

Course Fees £60.50

Course Fees £110.00

To meet hygiene regulations you will be required to wear an apron and a hairnet on this course and these will be provided. There will be some costs involved for ingredients.

VAB168AA Tue 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 22 Jan 19

VAE122AA Wed 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 23 Jan 19 Course Fees £110.00 You should have completed the Digital Photography – Introduction course.

Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Cupcakes and Cookies – Introduction course. To meet hygiene regulations you will be required to wear an apron and a hairnet on this course and these will be provided. There will be some costs involved for ingredients.

CUSTOMER SERVICE SKILLS – INTRODUCTION VAB169AA Tue 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 25 Sep 18 VAB171AA Wed 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 26 Sep 18 Course Fees £60.50

CUSTOMER SERVICE SKILLS – IMPROVERS VAB170AA Tue 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 22 Jan 19 VAB172AA Wed 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 23 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Customer Service Skills – Introduction course.

DIGITAL MEDIA SKILLS – INTRODUCTION VAB173AA Fri 10.00-12.00 Safety First Training Centre 11 weeks from 28 Sep 18 Course Fees £60.50

DIGITAL MEDIA SKILLS – IMPROVERS VAB174AA Fri 10.00-12.00 Safety First Training Centre 11 weeks from 25 Jan 19

ENGLISH FOR EMPLOYABILITY – INTRODUCTION

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CUPCAKES AND COOKIES – IMPROVERS

DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY – IMPROVERS

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CUPCAKES AND COOKIES – INTRODUCTION

VAB175AA Mon 13.00-15.00 Thornbury Centre 11 weeks from 24 Sep 18 VAB177AA Mon 13.00-15.00 Karmand Centre 11 weeks from 24 Sep 18 VAB179AA Tue 10.00-12.00 Khidmat Centre 11 weeks from 25 Sep 18 VAB191AA Tue 10.00-12.00 Frizinghall Centre 11 weeks from 25 Sep 18 VAB183AA Tue 10.00-12.00 Karmand Centre 11 weeks from 25 Sep 18 VAB181AA Tue 13.00-15.00 Community Works 11 weeks from 25 Sep 18 VAB185AA Tue 13.00-15.00 Khidmat Centre 11 weeks from 25 Sep 18 VAB193AA Thu 10.00-12.00 Grange Interlink 11 weeks from 27 Sep 18 VAB189AA Thu 13.00-15.00 Grange Interlink 11 weeks from 27 Sep 18 VAB187AA Fri 10.00-12.00 Khidmat Centre 11 weeks from 28 Sep 18 Course Fees £60.50

Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Digital Media Skills – Introduction course.

See page 5 for details of fee concessions

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ENGLISH FOR EMPLOYABILITY – IMPROVERS

FASHION DESIGN TECHNIQUES – INTRODUCTION

VAB176AA Mon 13.00-15.00 Thornbury Centre 11 weeks from 21 Jan 19

VAB195AA Tue 10.00-12.00 Café West, Allerton 11 weeks from 25 Sep 18

VAB178AA Mon 13.00-15.00 Karmand Centre 11 weeks from 21 Jan 19

Course Fees £60.50

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VAB180AA Tue 10.00-12.00 Khidmat Centre 11 weeks from 22 Jan 19 VAB184AA Tue 10.00-12.00 Karmand Centre 11 weeks from 22 Jan 19

VAB196AA Tue 10.00-12.00 Café West, Allerton 11 weeks from 22 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Fashion Design Techniques – Introduction course.

VAB182AA Tue 13.00-15.00 Community Works 11 weeks from 22 Jan 19

FASHION DESIGN AND BUSINESS – INTRODUCTION

VAB186AA Tue 13.00-15.00 Khidmat Centre 11 weeks from 22 Jan 19

VAB197AA Tue 18.00-20.00 Lister Building 11 weeks from 25 Sep 18

VAB192AA Tue 13.00-15.00 Frizinghall Centre 11 weeks from 22 Jan 19

VAB199AA Thu 10.00-12.00 Carlisle Business Centre 11 weeks from 27 Sep 18

VAB194AA Thu 10.00-12.00 Grange Interlink 11 weeks from 24 Jan 19 VAB190AA Thu 13.00-15.00 Grange Interlink 11 weeks from 24 Jan 19 VAB188AA Fri 10.00-12.00 Khidmat Centre 11 weeks from 25 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the English for Employability – Introduction course.

ENGLISH FOR SPEAKERS OF OTHER LANGUAGES (ESOL) SEE PAGES 24-26 FAMILY AND MILITARY HISTORY – INTRODUCTION VAE123AA Mon 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 24 Sep 18 Course Fees £110.00

FAMILY AND MILITARY HISTORY – IMPROVERS VAE124AA Mon 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 21 Jan 19 Course Fees £110.00 You should have completed the Family and Military History – Introduction course.

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FASHION DESIGN TECHNIQUES – IMPROVERS

Course Fees £60.50

FASHION DESIGN AND BUSINESS – IMPROVERS VAB198AA Tue 18.00-20.00 Lister Building 11 weeks from 22 Jan 19 VAB200AA Tue 10.00-12.00 Carlisle Business Centre 11 weeks from 24 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Fashion Design and Business – Introduction course.

FLORISTRY DESIGN AND BUSINESS – INTRODUCTION VAB201AA Tue 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 25 Sep 18 Course Fees £60.50 You will be required to purchase your own flowers (with the exception of week one) and floristry equipment such as scissors, tape and foam.

FLORISTRY DESIGN AND BUSINESS – IMPROVERS VAB202AA Tue 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 22 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Floristry Design and Business – Introduction course. You will be required to purchase your own flowers and floristry equipment such as scissors, tape and foam.

For further details contact us on: 01274 433333 or email: community@bradfordcollege.ac.uk


VAE125AA Mon 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 24 Sep 18 VAE127AA Tue 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 25 Sep 18 Course Fees £110.00

VAE126AA Mon 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 21 Jan 19 VAE128AA Tue 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 22 Jan 19 Course Fees £110.00 You should have completed the French – Introduction course.

HAIR STYLING AND BUSINESS – INTRODUCTION VAB203AA Mon 13.00-15.00 Karmand Centre 11 weeks from 24 Sep 18 VAB205AA Mon 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 24 Sep 18 Course Fees £60.50

VAB208AA Mon 18.00-20.00 Grange Interlink 11 weeks from 21 Jan 19 VAB210AA Thu 10.00-12.00 Park Lane Centre 11 weeks from 24 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Health and Social Care – Introduction course.

IT SKILLS – INTRODUCTION VAB213AA Mon 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 24 Sep 18 VAB215AA Tue 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 25 Sep 18 VAB217AA Wed 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 26 Sep 18 Course Fees £60.50

IT SKILLS – IMPROVERS VAB214AA Mon 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 21 Jan 19

HAIR STYLING AND BUSINESS – IMPROVERS

VAB216AA Mon 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 22 Jan 19

VAB204AA Mon 13.00-15.00 Karmand Centre 11 weeks from 21 Jan 19

VAB218AA Wed 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 23 Jan 19

VAB206AA Mon 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 21 Jan 19

Course Fees £60.50

Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Hair Styling and Business – Introduction course.

HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE – INTRODUCTION VAB207AA Mon 18.00-20.00 Grange Interlink 11 weeks from 24 Sep 18

You should have completed the IT Skills – Introduction course.

ITQ AWARD LEVEL 1 VAA410AA Wed 18.00-21.00 The David Hockney Building 30 weeks from 26 Sep 18 Course Fees Tuition Fee £286.00 plus Exam Fee £45.00

ITALIAN – INTRODUCTION

VAB209AA Thu 10.00-12.00 Park Lane Centre 11 weeks from 27 Sep 18

VAE141AA Tue 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 25 Sep 18

Course Fees £60.50

Course Fees £110.00

See page 5 for details of fee concessions

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FRENCH – IMPROVERS

HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE – IMPROVERS

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FRENCH – INTRODUCTION

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ITALIAN – IMPROVERS VAE142AA Tue 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 22 Jan 19 Course Fees £110.00

VAB227AA Thu 13.00-15.00 Carlisle Business Centre 11 weeks from 27 Sep 18

You should have completed the Italian – Introduction course.

Course Fees £60.50

JEWELLERY MAKING WITH PRECIOUS METALS – INTRODUCTION

KNOW YOUR TABLET – IMPROVERS

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VAB219AA Mon 18.15-20.45 Yorkshire Craft Centre 9 weeks from 24 Sep 18 VAB221AA Wed 12.30-15.00 Yorkshire Craft Centre 9 weeks from 26 Sep 18 VAB223AA Wed 18.15-20.45 Yorkshire Craft Centre 9 weeks from 26 Sep 18 Course Fees £60.50 There will be some costs involved for materials.

JEWELLERY MAKING WITH PRECIOUS METALS – IMPROVERS VAB220AA Mon 18.15-20.45 Yorkshire Craft Centre 9 weeks from 21 Jan 19 VAB222AA Wed 12.30-15.00 Yorkshire Craft Centre 9 weeks from 23 Jan 19 VAB224AA Wed 18.15-20.45 Yorkshire Craft Centre 9 weeks from 23 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Jewellery Making With Precious Metals – Introduction course. There will be some costs involved for materials.

JOB SEARCH – INTRODUCTION VAB225AA Thu 10.00-12.00 Girlington Community Centre 11 weeks from 27 Sep 18 Course Fees £60.50

JOB SEARCH – IMPROVERS VAB226AA Thu 10.00-12.00 Girlington Community Centre 11 weeks from 24 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Job Search – Introduction course.

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KNOW YOUR TABLET – INTRODUCTION

VAB228AA Thu 13.00-15.00 Carlisle Business Centre 11 weeks from 24 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Know Your Tablet – Introduction course.

MEHNDI – INTRODUCTION VAE129AA Tue 13.00-15.00 Mayfield Centre 11 weeks from 25 Sep 18 Course Fees £110.00 There may be a small charge for any materials used.

MEHNDI – IMPROVERS VAE130AA Tue 13.00-15.00 Mayfield Centre 11 weeks from 22 Jan 19 Course Fees £110.00 You should have completed the Mehndi – Introduction course. There may be a small charge for any materials used.

MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS – INTRODUCTION VAB230AA Mon 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 24 Sep 18 VAB232AA Fri 10.00-12.00 Park Lane Centre 11 weeks from 28 Sep 18 Course Fees £60.50

MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS – IMPROVERS VAB231AA Mon 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 21 Jan 19 VAB233AA Fri 10.00-12.00 Park Lane Centre 11 weeks from 25 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Mental Health Awareness – Introduction course.

For further details contact us on: 01274 433333 or email: community@bradfordcollege.ac.uk


VAB234AA Tue 13.00-15.00 Carlisle Business Centre 11 weeks from 25 Sep 18 Course Fees £60.50

MINDFULNESS – IMPROVERS

Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Mindfulness – Introduction course.

MONEY MANAGEMENT – INTRODUCTION VAB236AA Tue 13.00-15.00 Frizinghall Centre 11 weeks from 25 Sep 18 Course Fees £60.50

MONEY MANAGEMENT – IMPROVERS VAB237AA Tue 13.00-15.00 Frizinghall Centre 11 weeks from 22 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Money Management – Introduction course.

OFFICE AND HOME IT – INTRODUCTION

VAB241AA Wed 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 23 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Office and Reception Skills – Introduction course. You must have a good command of the English language.

OFFICE SKILLS – INTRODUCTION VAB242AA Tue 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 25 Sep 18 VAB244AA Wed 13.00-15.00 Buttershaw Christian Family Centre 11 weeks from 26 Sep 18

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VAB235AA Tue 13.00-15.00 Carlisle Business Centre 11 weeks from 22 Jan 19

OFFICE AND RECEPTION SKILLS – IMPROVERS

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MINDFULNESS – INTRODUCTION

Course Fees £60.50

OFFICE SKILLS – IMPROVERS VAB243AA Tue 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 22 Jan 19 VAB245AA Wed 13.00-15.00 Buttershaw Christian Family Centre 11 weeks from 23 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Office Skills – Introduction course.

PALLIATIVE CARE – INTRODUCTION

VAB238AA Tue 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 25 Sep 18

VAB246AA Thu 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 27 Sep 18

Course Fees £60.50

Course Fees £60.50

OFFICE AND HOME IT – IMPROVERS

PALLIATIVE CARE – IMPROVERS

VAB239AA Tue 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 23 Jan 19

VAB247AA Thu 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 24 Jan 19

Course Fees £60.50

Course Fees £60.50

You should have completed the Office and Home IT – Introduction course.

You should have completed the Palliative Care – Introduction course.

OFFICE AND RECEPTION SKILLS – INTRODUCTION

PAN ORIENTAL COOKING – INTRODUCTION

VAB240AA Wed 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 26 Sep 18

VAE131AA Wed 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 26 Sep 18

Course Fees £60.50

Course Fees £110.00

You must have a good command of the English language.

To meet hygiene regulations you will be required to wear an apron and a hairnet on this course and these will be provided. There will be some costs involved for ingredients.

See page 5 for details of fee concessions

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PAN ORIENTAL COOKING – IMPROVERS VAE132AA Wed 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 23 Jan 19 Course Fees £110.00 You should have completed the Pan Oriental Cooking – Introduction course.

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To meet hygiene regulations you will be required to wear an apron and a hairnet on this course and these will be provided. There will be some costs involved for ingredients.

PATISSERIE – INTRODUCTION VAB248AA Wed 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 26 Sep 18 Course Fees £60.50 To meet hygiene regulations you will be required to wear an apron and a hairnet on this course and these will be provided. There will be some costs involved for ingredients.

PATISSERIE – IMPROVERS VAB249AA Wed 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 23 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Patisserie – Introduction course. To meet hygiene regulations you will be required to wear an apron and a hairnet on this course and these will be provided. There will be some costs involved for ingredients.

PATTERN CUTTING AND SEWING FOR BUSINESS – INTRODUCTION VAB250AA Wed 18.00-20.00 Lister Building 11 weeks from 26 Sep 18 VAB252AA Fri 10.00-12.00 Park Lane Centre 11 weeks from 28 Sep 18 Course Fees £60.50 You will be required to provide your own material and equipment such as scissors, chalk and a tape measure.

PATTERN CUTTING AND SEWING FOR BUSINESS – IMPROVERS VAB251AA Wed 18.00-20.00 Lister Building 11 weeks from 23 Jan 19 VAB253AA Fri 10.00-12.00 Park Lane Centre 11 weeks from 25 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Pattern Cutting and Sewing for Business – Introduction course.

PHOTOSHOP – INTRODUCTION VAB254AA Mon 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 24 Sep 18 Course Fees £60.50

PHOTOSHOP – IMPROVERS VAB255AA Mon 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 21 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Photoshop – Introduction course.

PHOTOSHOP WITH PHOTOGRAPHY – INTRODUCTION VAB256AA Thu 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 27 Sep 18 Course Fees £60.50

PHOTOSHOP WITH PHOTOGRAPHY – IMPROVERS VAB257AA Thu 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 24 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Photoshop with Photography – Introduction course.

POLISH – INTRODUCTION VAE133AA Thu 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 27 Sep 18 Course Fees £110.00

POLISH – IMPROVERS VAE134AA Thu 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 24 Jan 19 Course Fees £110.00 You should have completed the Polish – Introduction course.

POTTERY – INTRODUCTION VAE137AA Thu 18.30-20.30 Yorkshire Craft Centre 11 weeks from 26 Sep 18 VAE135AA Thu 18.30-20.30 Yorkshire Craft Centre 11 weeks from 27 Sep 18 Course Fees £110.00

You will be required to provide your own material and equipment such as scissors, chalk and a tape measure.

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VAE138AA Wed 18.30-20.30 Yorkshire Craft Centre 11 weeks from 23 Jan 19 VAE136AA Thu 18.30-20.30 Yorkshire Craft Centre 11 weeks from 24 Jan 19 Course Fees £110.00

PSYCHOLOGY – INTRODUCTION VAB258AA Mon 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 24 Sep 18 Course Fees £60.50

PSYCHOLOGY – IMPROVERS VAB259AA Mon 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 21 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50

VAB266AA Tue 10.00-12.00 Carlisle Business Centre 11 weeks from 25 Sep 18 Course Fees £60.50

SOCIAL AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT – IMPROVERS VAB267AA Tue 10.00-12.00 Carlisle Business Centre 11 weeks from 22 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Social and Personal Development – Introduction course.

SPANISH – INTRODUCTION VAE139AA Wed 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 26 Sep 18 Course Fees £110.00

You should have completed the Psychology – Introduction course.

SPANISH – IMPROVERS

SEWING SKILLS AND BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES – INTRODUCTION

VAE140AA Wed 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 23 Jan 19

VAB260AA Mon 10.00-12.00 Girlington Community Centre 11 weeks from 24 Sep 18 VAB262AA Tue 13.00-15.00 Park Lane Centre 11 weeks from 25 Sep 18 VAB264AA Thu 10.00-12.00 Thornbury Centre 11 weeks from 27 Sep 18 Course Fees £60.50 You must be able to use a sewing machine.

SEWING SKILLS AND BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES – IMPROVERS VAB261AA Mon 10.00-12.00 Girlington Community Centre 11 weeks from 21 Jan 19 VAB263AA Tue 13.00-15.00 Park Lane Centre 11 weeks from 22 Jan 19 VAB265AA Thu 10.00-12.00 Thornbury Centre 11 weeks from 24 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50

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You should have completed the Pottery – Introduction course.

SOCIAL AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT – INTRODUCTION

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POTTERY – IMPROVERS

Course Fees £110.00 You should have completed the Spanish – Introduction course.

START YOUR OWN BUSINESS – INTRODUCTION VAB268AA Wed 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 26 Sep 18 VAB270AA Fri 10.00-12.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 28 Sep 18 Course Fees £60.50

START YOUR OWN BUSINESS – IMPROVERS VAB269AA Wed 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 23 Jan 19 VAB271AA Fri 10.00-12.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 25 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Start Your Own Business – Introduction course.

You should have completed the Sewing Skills and Business Opportunities – Introduction course. You must be able to use a sewing machine.

See page 5 for details of fee concessions

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SUGARCRAFT CAKE DECORATION – INTRODUCTION

SUSTAINABILITY AND THE ENVIRONMENT – IMPROVERS

VAB274AA Tue 13.00-15.00 Park Lane Centre 11 weeks from 25 Sep 18

VAB281AA Tue 10.00-12.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 22 Jan 19

VAB276AA Thu 13.00-15.00 Park Lane Centre 11 weeks from 27 Sep 18

Course Fees £60.50

Course Fees £60.50

TEAMWORK SKILLS – INTRODUCTION

To meet hygiene regulations you will be required to wear an apron and a hairnet on this course and these will be provided. There will be some costs involved for ingredients.

SUGARCRAFT CAKE DECORATION – IMPROVERS VAB275AA Tue 13.00-15.00 Park Lane Centre 11 weeks from 22 Jan 19 VAB277AA Thu 13.00-15.00 Park Lane Centre 11 weeks from 24 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Cake Decoration – Introduction course. To meet hygiene regulations you will be required to wear an apron and a hairnet on this course and these will be provided.

You should have completed the Sustainability and the Environment – Introduction course.

VAB282AA Fri 13.00-15.00 Bradford City Library 11 weeks from 28 Sep 18 Course Fees £60.50

TEAMWORK SKILLS – IMPROVERS VAB283AA Fri 13.00-15.00 Bradford City Library 11 weeks from 25 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Teamwork Skills – Introduction course.

There will be some costs involved for ingredients.

TENANCY AWARENESS – INTRODUCTION

SUPPORT AND CARE FOR THE ELDERLY – INTRODUCTION

VAB284AA Thu 10.00-12.00 Buttershaw Christian Family Centre 11 weeks from 27 Sep 18

VAB278AA Tue 10.00-12.00 Park Lane Centre 11 weeks from 25 Sep 18

Course Fees £60.50

Course Fees £60.50

VAB285AA Thu 10.00-12.00 Buttershaw Christian Family Centre 11 weeks from 24 Jan 19

SUPPORT AND CARE FOR THE ELDERLY – IMPROVERS VAB279AA Tue 10.00-12.00 Park Lane Centre 11 weeks from 22 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Support and Care for the Elderly – Introduction course.

SUSTAINABILITY AND THE ENVIRONMENT – INTRODUCTION VAB280AA Tue 10.00-12.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 25 Sep 18 Course Fees £60.50

TENANCY AWARENESS – IMPROVERS

Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Tenancy Awareness – Introduction course.

THEATRICAL MAKE-UP – INTRODUCTION VAB290AA Thu 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 27 Sep 18 Course Fees £60.50 You will be required to purchase your own materials.

THEATRICAL MAKE-UP – IMPROVERS VAB291AA Thu 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 24 Jan 19 Course Fees £60.50 You should have completed the Theatrical Make-up – Introduction course. You will be required to purchase your own materials.

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VAB294AA Mon 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 24 Sep 18

VAB288AA Mon 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 24 Sep 18

Course Fees £60.50

Course Fees £60.50

URDU LITERACY FOR COMMUNITY INTERPRETING – IMPROVERS

WEDDING AND EVENT PLANNING – IMPROVERS

VAB295AA Mon 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 21 Jan 19

VAB289AA Mon 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 21 Jan 19

Course Fees £60.50

Course Fees £60.50

You should have completed the Urdu Literacy for Community Interpreting – Introduction course.

You should have completed the Wedding and Event Planning – Introduction course.

WATERCOLOURS – INTRODUCTION VAE145AA Mon 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 24 Sep 18 VAE143AA Thu 10.00-12.00 Kirklands Centre 11 weeks from 27 Sep 18 Course Fees £110.00

WATERCOLOURS – IMPROVERS VAE146AA Mon 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 21 Jan 19 VAE144AA Thu 10.00-12.00 Kirklands Centre 11 weeks from 24 Jan 19 Course Fees £110.00 You should have completed the Watercolours – Introduction course.

WEB DESIGN – INTRODUCTION VAB286AA Tue 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 25 Sep 18

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WEDDING AND EVENT PLANNING – INTRODUCTION

Courses in the Community

URDU LITERACY FOR COMMUNITY INTERPRETING – INTRODUCTION

Forster College If you don’t feel comfortable in a large college environment, and feel you need a personalised approach with more support, take a look at Forster College, part of Bradford College. Forster College’s courses and services are designed to work with people who need to address and overcome barriers to engage with education, training or employment. Working with small groups of around 12 learners in a classroom, you can study in our premises at City Training Services, Little Germany, Bradford, or out in the community. Forster College will provide support and guidance to encourage you to progress and improve your skills and confidence, to help you succeed in learning and life.

Course Fees £60.50

Courses are offered in:

WEB DESIGN – IMPROVERS

•• Caring For Children

VAB287AA Tue 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 11 weeks from 22 Jan 19

•• Children and Young People’s Workforce •• Early Years Workforce (Early Years Educator)

Course Fees £60.50

•• Functional Skills English

You should have completed the Web Design – Introduction course.

•• Functional Skills Maths •• Health and Social Care (Adults) for England •• Introduction to Functional Maths and English •• Preparing to Work in Adult Social Care •• Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools •• Using ICT (ITQ).

See page 5 for details of fee concessions

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ESOL PRE-ENTRY

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English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Bradford College offers a wide range of English for Speakers of other Languages courses aimed at developing your speaking and listening and/or reading and writing skills. These courses are offered at Entry Level 1, 2 and 3 and Level 1 at which stage you will be able to access other vocational courses. (Level 1 ESOL leads to GCSE English). If you study on a part-time course you will be able to work towards a City & Guilds qualification in ESOL, Speaking and Listening and/or Reading and Writing. Part-time courses are offered at our main campus and at various venues in the community. Our highly qualified tutors will help you to achieve a qualification in ESOL Skills for Life appropriate for your level and you will be taught using the latest technology in a student-friendly environment. All courses will involve enrichment activities such as educational visits, professional speakers and ‘Life in the UK’ elements. We also offer full-time ESOL courses for students aged 16-18. These courses are free. For further details visit our website at: bradfordcollege.ac.uk/esol

Course Fees You may not have to pay tuition fees for Entry level 1, 2 and 3 and Level 1 ESOL courses if you are in receipt of Universal Credit (UC), Jobseeker’s Allowance (JSA) or Employment Support Allowance (ESA) in the work related activity group. Fee concessions are also available if you earn less than £15,736.50 per year.

To enrol on an ESOL course Visit our website at: bradfordcollege.ac.uk/esol or contact us on 01274 433333 and you will be offered an interview. Please note: If you are not a UK/EU/EEA citizen, confirmation of your permission to live in the UK (not for educational purposes) and/or immigration or asylum seeker status will be required at enrolment, Please bring all official documentation with you.

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SBS707AA Mon and Wed 10.00-12.00 Old Building 18 weeks from 10 Sep 18 SBS702AA Tue and Thu 10.00-12.00 Old Building 18 weeks from 11 Sep 18 SBS701AA Tue and Thu 13.00-15.00 Old Building 18 weeks from 11 Sep 18 SBS703AA Tue and Thu 13.00-15.00 Old Building 18 weeks from 11 Sep 18 SBS708AA Tue and Thu 13.00-15.00 Old Building 18 weeks from 11 Sep 18 SBS709AA Wed and Fri 10.00-12.00 The David Hockney Building 18 weeks from 12 Sep 18 SBS710AA Wed and Thu 18.00-20.00 The David Hockney Building 18 weeks from 12 Sep 18 SBS712AA Mon and Wed 10.00-12.00 Grange Interlink 18 weeks from 04 Feb 19 SBS705AA Tue and Thu 10.00-12.00 Old Building 18 weeks from 05 Feb 19 SBS711AA Tue and Thu 13.00-15.00 Grange Interlink 18 weeks from 05 Feb 19 SBS706AA Tue and Thu 18.00-20.00 Old Building 18 weeks from 05 Feb 19 SBS704AA Wed and Thu 13.00-15.00 Old Building 18 weeks from 06 Feb 19 Course Fees £230.40

ESOL ENTRY LEVEL 1 (READING AND WRITING) SBE101AA Mon and Wed 09.30-12.30 Park Lane Centre 17 weeks from 10 Sep 18 SBE103AA Mon and Tue 17.30-20.30 The David Hockney Building 17 weeks from 10 Sep 18 SBE108AA Tue and Thu 17.30-20.30 The David Hockney Building 17 weeks from 11 Sep 18 SBE102AA Wed and Thu 09.30-12.30 Park Lane Centre 17 weeks from 12 Sep 18

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SBE105AA Wed and Fri 09.30-12.30 Old Building 17 weeks from 06 Feb 19

SBE206AA Mon and Tue 09.30-12.30 Grange Interlink 17 weeks from 04 Feb 19

SBE107AA Wed and Thu 12.30-15.30 Park Lane Centre 17 weeks from 06 Feb 19

SBE205AA Mon and Wed 17.30-20.30 The David Hockney Building 17 weeks from 04 Feb 19

SBE106AA Wed and Thu 17.30-20.30 The David Hockney Building 17 weeks from 06 Feb 19

SBE207AA Tue and Thu 09.30-12.30 Grange Interlink 17 weeks from 05 Feb 19

Course Fees Tuition Fee £349.00 plus Exam Fee £60.00

SBE204AA Wed and Thu 12.30-15.30 Old Building 17 weeks from 06 Feb 19

ESOL ENTRY LEVEL 1 (SPEAKING AND LISTENING)

Course Fees Tuition Fee £349.00 plus Exam Fee £60.00

SBE109AA Mon and Wed 09.30-12.00 The David Hockney Building 17 weeks from 10 Sep 18

ESOL ENTRY LEVEL 2 (SPEAKING AND LISTENING)

SBE112AA Mon and Wed 17.30-20.00 The David Hockney Building 17 weeks from 10 Sep 18

SBE209AA Mon and Wed 09.30-12.00 Old Building 17 weeks from 10 Sep 18

SBE111AA Tue and Thu 09.30-12.00 Old Building 17 weeks from 11 Sep 18

SBE216AA Mon and Wed 09.30-12.00 Old Building 17 weeks from 10 Sep 18

SBE116AA Tue and Thu 13.00-15.30 Park Lane Centre 17 weeks from 11 Sep 18

SBE210AA Mon and Wed 17.30-20.00 The David Hockney Building 17 weeks from 10 Sep 18

SBE113AA Mon and Wed 09.30-12.00 Old Building 17 weeks from 04 Feb 19

SBE213AA Tue and Thu 09.30-12.00 Old Building 17 weeks from 11 Sep 18

SBE114AA Tue and Thu 09.30-12.00 Old Building 17 weeks from 05 Feb 19

SBE215AA Tue and Thu 09.30-12.00 The David Hockney Building 17 weeks from 11 Sep 18

SBE110AA Tue and Thu 17.30-20.00 The David Hockney Building 17 weeks from 05 Feb 19

SBE211AA Tue and Thu 17.30-20.00 The David Hockney Building 17 weeks from 11 Sep 18

SBE115AA Tue and Thu 17.30-20.00 The David Hockney Building 17 weeks from 05 Feb 19

SBE219AA Wed and Fri 09.30-12.00 Old Building 17 weeks from 12 Sep 18

Course Fees Tuition Fee £349.00 plus Exam Fee £60.00

SBE208AA Mon and Wed 09.30-12.00 Grange Interlink 17 weeks from 04 Feb 19

ESOL ENTRY LEVEL 2 (READING AND WRITING) SBE203AA Mon and Wed 17.30-20.30 The David Hockney Building 17 weeks from 10 Sep 18 SBE201AA Tue and Thu 09.30-12.30 Old Building 17 weeks from 11 Sep 18

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SBE202AA Wed and Fri 09.30-12.30 Old Building 17 weeks from 12 Sep 18

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SBE104AA Mon and Wed 09.30-12.30 Old Building 17 weeks from 04 Feb 19

SBE217AA Mon and Wed 17.30-20.00 The David Hockney Building 17 weeks from 04 Feb 19 SBE220AA Mon and Wed 13.00-15.30 The David Hockney Building 17 weeks from 04 Feb 19

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SBE212AA Tue and Thu 09.30-12.00 Park Lane Centre 17 weeks from 05 Feb 19

SBE314AA Mon and Wed 17.30-20.00 The David Hockney Building 17 weeks from 04 Feb 19

SBE218AA Tue and Thu 17.30-20.00 The David Hockney Building 17 weeks from 05 Feb 19

SBE313AA Tue and Thu 09.30-12.00 The David Hockney Building 17 weeks from 05 Feb 19

SBE214AA Wed and Fri 09.30-12.00 The David Hockney Building 17 weeks from 06 Feb 19

SBE312AA Tue and Thu 17.30-20.00 The David Hockney Building 17 weeks from 05 Feb 19

Course Fees Tuition Fee £349.00 plus Exam Fee £60.0

Course Fees Tuition Fee £349.00 plus Exam Fee £60.00

ESOL ENTRY LEVEL 3 (READING AND WRITING)

ESOL LEVEL 1 (READING AND WRITING)

SBE301AA Tue and Thu 09.30-12.30 Old Building 17 weeks from 11 Sep 18

SBE401AA Mon and Wed 17.30-20.30 The David Hockney Building 17 weeks from 10 Sep 18

SBE302AA Tue and Thu 17.30-20.30 The David Hockney Building 17 weeks from 11 Sep 18

SBE403AA Mon and Wed 09.30-12.30 The David Hockney Building 17 weeks from 04 Feb 19

SBE304AA Mon and Tue 09.30-12.30 Karmand Centre 17 weeks from 04 Feb 19

SBE402AA Tue and Thu 17.30-20.30 Old Building 17 weeks from 05 Feb 19

SBE305AA Tue and Thu 17.30-20.30 The David Hockney Building 17 weeks from 05 Feb 19

Course Fees Tuition Fee £349.00 plus Exam Fee £60.00

SBE303AA Wed and Fri 09.30-12.30 The David Hockney Building 17 weeks from 06 Feb 19

ESOL LEVEL 1 (SPEAKING AND LISTENING)

Course Fees Tuition Fee £349.00 plus Exam Fee £60.00

SBE404AA Tue and Thu 17.30-20.00 Old Building 17 weeks from 11 Sep 18

ESOL ENTRY LEVEL 3 SPEAKING AND LISTENING)

SBE407AA Wed and Thu 09.30-12.00 Old Building 17 weeks from 12 Sep 18

SBE307AA Mon and Tue 09.30-12.00 Karmand Centre 17 weeks from 10 Sep 18

SBE406AA Mon and Wed 09.30-12.00 Old Building 17 weeks from 04 Feb 19

SBE308AA Mon and Wed 17.30-20.00 The David Hockney Building 17 weeks from 10 Sep 18

SBE405AA Mon and Wed 17.30-20.00 The David Hockney Building 17 weeks from 04 Feb 19

SBE306AA Tue and Thu 17.30-20.00 The David Hockney Building 17 weeks from 11 Sep 18

Course Fees Tuition Fee £349.00 plus Exam Fee £60.00

SBE310AA Wed and Fri 09.30-12.00 Old Building 17 weeks from 12 Sep 18 SBE309AA Wed and Thu 17.30-20.00 The David Hockney Building 17 weeks from 12 Sep 18 SBE311AA Mon and Wed 09.30-12.00 The David Hockney Building 17 weeks from 04 Feb 19

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In addition to our Courses in the Community provision, Bradford College also offers:

Forster College Inspiring Learning and Supporting Communities to Prosper

Access to Further Education (FE) Employability Programme of Study Entry Level 2 to Level 1 for those aged 14-18 We offer a wide range of programmes which provide a starting point for vocational courses offered at Bradford College. Access to FE includes: •• Business •• ICT •• Catering

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Access to Further Education courses for those aged 14-18 (see column right) Free courses in English and Mathematics (see below) Apprenticeships in partnership with City Training Services (see page 28) English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) (see page 24) Further Education courses for school leavers aged 16-18 and adults aged 19+ (see page 29) •• Courses at Forster College for those who do not feel comfortable in a large college environment (visit bradfordcollege.ac.uk/study/forstercollege) (see page 23) •• Higher Education courses including HNC/HNDs, Foundation degrees, undergraduate degrees and postgraduate qualifications validated by Pearson or the University of Bolton (see page 30). •• •• •• •• ••

Access to Further Education

Courses in the Community

Our Range of Study Options

•• Childcare •• Construction •• Creative

Free Courses in English and Mathematics We offer a range of FREE English and Mathematics courses, at various centres in the Bradford area, for adults aged 19 or over, to allow you to achieve a nationally-recognised qualification. We offer a supportive and engaging learning environment to support all levels from Entry Level to Level 2. These courses start in September and finish in June. For these English and Mathematics courses, there are no formal entry requirements. You will be required to complete an assessment and, based upon that, you will be allocated a class at the appropriate level. English courses available:

Mathematics courses available:

•• City & Guilds Awards/Certificates in English Skills at Entry Level and Level 1

•• City & Guilds Functional Skills Mathematics at Entry Level 1, Entry Level 2, Entry Level 3, Level 1 and Level 2

•• City & Guilds Functional Skills English at Entry Level, Level 1 and Level 2 •• Eduqas GCSE English. You will work on your reading, writing, speaking and listening skills in all classes. An individual learning plan will be designed to develop your existing skills. Assessment is ongoing throughout the year to prepare you for the examinations at the end of the course. You will be assessed on your reading, writing, speaking and listening skills.

•• Principles of Using Mathematical Techniques at Entry Level 3, Level 1 and 2 •• AQA GCSE Mathematics. You will work on numbers and calculations, measures and solving problems. An individual learning plan will be established to reinforce and develop your existing skills.

•• Hairdressing •• Health and Social Care •• Motor Vehicle Studies •• Public Services •• Retail •• Sport •• Travel and Tourism •• Vocational tasters for those who have not yet decided on a career pathway. Alongside the vocational element of the course, you will investigate aspects of Employability and Personal Development and work towards English and Mathematics Functional Skills. There are no formal entry requirements for Access to FE programmes and the courses are free. If you are aged 19-24, please call 01274 433333.

Assessment is through end of course assignments or examinations; some of these are with calculators and some without.

Entry is available throughout the year for Functional Skills, Awards/ Certificates in English.

Entry is available throughout the year for Functional Skills and the Principles of Using Mathematical Techniques.

Entry for GCSE is September.

Entry for GCSE is September.

For further information and to book an assessment please contact us on 01274 433333.

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Apprenticeships In partnership with City Training Services, we offer a huge range of apprenticeships and traineeships to people of all ages and employers of all sizes across Yorkshire and beyond. We believe in the value of apprenticeships and the benefits they bring to young people and employers.

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With an apprenticeship, you will gain career-specific skills, qualifications and experience whilst studying towards a careerrelated qualification (usually one day a week). Your apprenticeship will last a minimum of one year with some programmes as long as four years. In that time, we will also support you to achieve Functional Skills qualifications in English and mathematics. An apprenticeship allows you to progress to a higher level apprenticeship programme as an alternative to university. You will earn a wage (with holiday pay) while you learn without the burden of student debt. Whoever you are, whatever your background, if you want to get your career going, an apprenticeship is a great place to start. You may even be already working with an employer who may be able to offer you an apprenticeship. We currently offer the following Apprenticeships:

Business Services

Health and Care

Accountancy Business Administration Creative Digital Media Customer Service Digital Marketer Infrastructure Technician IT Application Specialist Management - Level 3 - Team Leader/Supervisor Management - Level 4 - Project Management Management - Level 5 - Operations/Department Manager

Childcare Dental Nursing Health and Social Care Healthcare Support Worker Laboratory Technician Pharmacy Senior Healthcare Support Worker Supporting Teaching and Learning

Construction Brickwork Electrical Installation Facilities Services Fire Emergency and Security Systems Technician Joinery - Bench Joinery - Site Carpentry Painting and Decorating Plastering Plumbing Property Maintenance Operative Refrigeration Air Conditioning

Engineering

Motor Vehicle Fast Fit Technician Heavy Vehicle Technician Light Vehicle Technician

Service Industries Barbering Hairdressing Hospitality and Catering - Professional Cookery Sports Activity Leadership For more information on apprenticeships visit: citytraining.org.uk or phone 01274 728316 Facebook: /ctsapprentices Twitter: @ctsapprentices

Electrical Fabrication and Welding Maintenance Mechanical Technical Support

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A levels Access to Further Education (Employability)

Art and Design Creative Media Production and Technology

Arts and Media (Music, Performance and Production) Music, Performance and Production Performing and Production Arts

Business Business Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Team Leading Understanding Retail

Catering and Hospitality Advanced Professional Cookery Bakery and Patisserie Cake Decoration* Food Preparation and Cooking* Food Safety* General Catering Skills Introduction to the Hospitality Industry Personal Licence Holders National Award* Professional Cookery (Preparation and Cooking)*

Computing and Information Communication Technology Creative Digital Media Production Information Technology ITQ*

Construction Crafts Bricklaying Brickwork/Carpentry/Plastering* Building Services (Plumbing and Electrical) Carpentry and Joinery Construction Electrical Installation Gas Operative ACS Accredited Scheme (Five Year Re-assessment)*

Construction Technical and Professional Civil Engineering Construction and the Built Environment

Dental Dental Nursing Working in Dental Settings

Early Years and Childcare Caring for Children Children and Young People's Settings Childcare and Education Early Years Early Years Workforce (Early Years Educator)* Introduction to Early Years Education and Care (Early Years Educator) Supporting Children and Young People's Speech, Language and Communication* Supporting Individuals with Learning Disabilities* Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools* Understanding Autism* Understanding Behaviour that Challenges*

Engineering (including Motor Vehicle) Autocad Two Dimensional Computer Aided Design* Automotive Maintenance and Repair CAD Parametric Modelling* Electrical and Electronic Engineering Engineering Hybrid Electric Vehicle Operation and Maintenance* Inspection and Testing Manufacturing Engineering MOT Annual Assessment Private Passenger and Light Vehicles (Classes 4 and 7)* MOT Centre Manager*

MOT Nominated Tester (Classes 4 and 7)* Vehicle Systems Maintenance*

Hair, Beauty and Make-up Beauty Therapy Hair and Beauty Hair and Make-up Artistry Hairdressing LED Gel Polish Techniques* Nail Technology* Providing Manicure Services* Theatrical and Media Make-up

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Arts and Media (Art & Design and Creative Media)

Maintenance Operations Plastering Plumbing Studies Site Carpentry Trowel Trades Un-vented Domestic Hot Water Systems* Water Regulations 1999*

Courses in the Community

Further Education Courses at Bradford College

Health and Social Care Advanced Practitioner in Schools and Colleges Employability Skills Health and Social Care Health, Social Care and Children's and Young People's Settings Preparing to Work in the Adult Care Sector

Independent Living/ Supported Employment Skills for Employment Skills for Independence

Public Services Public Services

Science Applied Science Sport, Exercise and Fitness

Travel and Tourism Airfares and Ticketing and Global Distribution Systems* Travel and Tourism Course marked * are offered part-time only and are for students aged 19+ only.

For full details of our Further Education courses, visit bradfordcollege.ac.uk or contact us on 01274 433333 to request a copy of our ‘School Leavers’ Course Guide’ or ‘Students Aged 19+ Course Guide’.

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Higher Education Courses at Bradford College University Centre

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Access to Higher Education Access to HE Allied Health Professions

Childhood and Youth Studies

Access to HE Allied Health Professions Online

Early Years FdA

Access to HE Art, Design and Media

Youth Work and Community Development BA (Hons) (endorsed)

Access to HE Business Access to HE Computing Access to HE Education Professions Access to HE Engineering Science Access to HE Health and Social Care Professions Access to HE Health and Social Care Professions Online Access to HE Humanities Access to HE Law Access to HE Nursing and Midwifery Access to HE Nursing and Midwifery Online Access to HE Science (Biology and Chemistry)

Early Years Practice BA (Hons)

Youth Work and Community Development Postgraduate Diploma (endorsed)

Computing and Games Design Computer Networks and Systems Support BSc (Hons) Computing BSc (Hons)

Engineering Engineering (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) HNC Engineering (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) HND Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) HNC Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) HND

Fashion and Textiles Art and Design (Fashion and Textiles) HNC Fashion BA (Hons) Textiles and Surface Design BA (Hons)

Computing HNC Computing HND Computing (Applications Development) HND Computing (Data Analytics) HND

Film and Media Creative Media Production (Film and Television) HNC (subject to validation)

Access to HE Science (Biology, Chemistry and Physics)

Computing (Intelligent Systems) HND

Creative Media Production (Film and Television) HND (subject to validation)

Computing (Network Engineering) HND

Film BA (Hons)

Access to HE Science (Mathematics and Physics)

Computing (Security) HND

Technical and Production Arts for Film and Television BA (Hons)

Access to HE Social Science (Psychology/English/Sociology)

Applied Sciences Contact Lens Certificate Ophthalmic Dispensing BSc (Hons) Ophthalmic Dispensing FdSc

Business and Accountancy Accountancy BA (Hons) Accounting AAT Diploma Level 4 Business Management BA (Hons) Business Management FdA (subject to validation) Management ILM Level 5 NVQ Diploma Management and Leadership ILM Higher Level Apprenticeship Level 5 Management and Leadership Diploma Level 5

Computing (Software Engineering) HND Computing and Information Systems BSc (Hons) Games and Digital Media BSc (Hons)

Construction Civil Engineering Project Management BSc (Hons) Construction and the Built Environment (Civil Engineering) HNC Construction and the Built Environment (Civil Engineering) HND Construction and the Built Environment (Construction) HNC Construction and the Built Environment (Construction - Management) HND

Graphic and Interior Design Graphic Design and Illustration BA (Hons) Interior Design BA (Hons)

Hair and Beauty Management Hair and Beauty Management HNC Hair and Beauty Management HND

Health and Social Care

Construction Management BSc (Hons)

Counselling and Psychology in Community Settings BA (Hons)

Sustainable Built Environment Higher Apprenticeship

Social Nutrition and Health BA (Hons)

Health and Social Welfare BA (Hons) Social Work BA (Hons)

Management and Leadership Professional Award/Certificate/Diploma Strategic Management and Leadership Diploma ILM NVQ Level 7

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Hospitality and Travel Management BA (Hons) (Top-up) Hospitality and Travel Management FdA

Law

Conveyancing Law and Practice (Licensed Conveyancer) Diploma Level 6 Law LLB (Hons) Law (Accountancy) LLB (Hons) Law (Marketing) LLB (Hons) Law (Social Welfare) LLB (Hons) Law and Legal Practice FdA

Music and Performance Music for the Creative Industries BA (Hons) Music HNC Music HND Performing Arts (General) HNC Performing Arts (Acting) HND Performing Arts (Musical Theatre) HND

Photography and Visual Arts Photography BA (Hons) Visual Arts BA (Hons)

Public Services Public Services Management BA (Hons)

Special Effects, Make-up and Production Arts Media Make-up with Special Effects BA (Hons)

Sport Physical Activity, Health and Well-being FdSc

Education and Professional Development Digital Education Award Level 4 Education Studies BA (Hons) Education/Leadership & Management/ Inclusive Practice/Early Childhood/ ICT MEd Education MEd (Top-up) Supporting and Managing Learning in Education BA (Hons) Supporting and Managing Learning in Education FdA

Post-Secondary Education and Training (14-Adult) Certificate in Education and Training (In-service) Certificate in Education and Training (Pre-service) Postgraduate Diploma in Education and Training (In-service) Postgraduate Diploma in Education and Training (Pre-service) Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (Cert TESOL) Teaching ESOL or Literacy and Numeracy in the Lifelong Learning Sector Additional Diploma

Secondary Teacher Training Pre-ITT Subject Knowledge Enhancement (SKE) Courses: Biology; Chemistry; Computer Science; Design Technology (Food and Textiles); English; French; Geography; Mathematics; Physics; Spanish Secondary Biology; Chemistry; Citizenship; Computer Science; English; Mathematics; Media Studies, Health and Social Care Vocational Subjects; Modern Foreign Languages; Physics; Psychology; Religious Education; Social Science, PGCE

Primary and Secondary Teacher Training QTS Assessment Only Programme

Sport and Physical Activity BSc (Hons) Sports Coaching FdSc

For full details of our Higher Education provision visit: bradfordcollege.ac.uk/uc or contact us on 01274 433333 to request a copy of our Higher Education prospectus.

Prospectus Information This prospectus was prepared in the summer of 2018 for courses starting from September 2018 onwards. Any subsequent changes to information will be published in the course information online at bradfordcollege.ac.uk We have tried to ensure that all of the information provided is as accurate and up-to-date as possible. However, it is always possible that this information could change and you should check our website for the latest information before you apply. (Where there is a difference between the contents of this prospectus and our website, the contents of the website take precedence). We will always try to deliver your course as described in this prospectus. However, sometimes we have to make changes as set out below.

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Conveyancing Law and Practice (Conveyancing Technician) Diploma Level 4

Teaching and Education

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Hospitality and Travel

Courses will run subject to viable student numbers. We review all courses each year and change them to reflect staff expertise, current trends and as a result of student feedback. We will try to ensure that you have a range of courses to choose from and we will let you know in good time the courses available for you to choose for the following year. We will only change courses if it is necessary for us to do so, for example to maintain accreditation. We will let you know about any such change as soon as possible, usually before you begin the relevant academic year. On occasion we may need to make changes to some aspects of a course, or how it is delivered. We will only make changes if they are for reasons outside of our control, or where they are for our students’ benefit. We will endeavour to let you know about any such changes as soon as possible (usually before the relevant academic year). Our regulations set out our procedure which we will follow when we need to make any such changes. We make every effort to check the accuracy of the information in this prospectus at the time of going to press. However, if you feel that any of the information is misleading then please contact: Marketing and Communications Bradford College Great Horton Road Bradford BD7 1AY. Email: marketing@bradfordcollege.ac.uk Edited by: The Marketing and Communications Department, Bradford College. Designed and printed by: Inprint + Design, Bradford

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