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INTRODUCTION Welcome to the certificate programme offered by the Centre for Lifelong Learning at the University of Warwick. The University’s Centre for Lifelong Learning, has been offering a wide range of programmes for people in the local community for many years. Our students are diverse: many are returning to study after a break either working or bringing up a family; some enjoy studying in their retirement

and others are looking to change or progress in their career, or are keen to meet new friends and to study for personal interest. Whatever the reason, the Centre offers a wide range of certificates, requiring no formal qualifications, and our team has years of experience providing help

and support to ensure our students’ learning experience is as enjoyable as possible. There is a wide range of certificates designed for your enjoyment or for progression on to one of our Part-time Degrees, so I hope you will find something of interest.

Pauline McManus Director of Certificate Programme

If you no longer need this brochure; because you book online or can no longer attend please don’t throw it away, pass on to someone who may be interested; your neighbour, colleague or local library.

Contact Details INTRODUCTION

Certificate Programme Centre for Lifelong Learning Westwood Campus The University of Warwick Coventry CV4 7AL ( 024) 7652 8286 (Monday – Thursday: 08.30-17.00) (Friday: 08.30-16.00) warwick.ac.uk/cll/open_courses certificates@warwick.ac.uk

For enrolment details see page 27 – register by 28th September to avoid disappointment, please also provide your photograph before this date to receive your student card in the first session


CONTENTS The University of Warwick Certificates

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Introduction to Part-time Degrees

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Child Psychology

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Culture of the Italian Renaissance

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Ecology and Conservation

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English Literature Studies

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Introduction to Film and Cinema Studies

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Health Studies

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Historical Studies (European)

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History of Art

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History of Modern Western Philosophy

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Philosophical Studies

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Psychology 16 Introduction to Sociology

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Introduction to Certificates for Continuing Professional Development

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Introduction to Business Studies

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Counselling Skills

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Journalism 21 Coaching and Mentoring

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Diploma in Coaching

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Interpersonal Communication Skills for Professional and Personal Development 24 25

Introduction to Counselling and Mindfulness workshops

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Other Professional Development

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Additional information

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Guidance and events

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Enrolment information

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Registration forms

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For enquiries ring (024) 7652 8286 or visit warwick.ac.uk/cll

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CERTIFICATES 2012/13 The majority of certificates start in the autumn term 2012 (week 3) until the summer term 2013, usually running over 25 weeks. Certificates carry 30 credits at FHEQ Level 4: students may be able to use this credit towards a Part-time Degree, if they choose to progress: see next page.

University term dates for 2012/13 are: Autumn: week commencing 1st October 2012 to 8th December 2012 Spring: week commencing 7th January 2013 to 16th March 2013 Summer: week commencing 22nd April 2013 to 29th June 2013 Please see individual certificate pages for exact dates. No formal qualifications or previous experience are required to take these certificates. All certificates are at FHEQ Level 4 and students will be expected to produce assessed work each term.

Certificate students are entitled to a University of Warwick student card for free, which gives the following benefits: • Enhanced borrowing rights at the University’s library, including access to electronic resources. • The chance to take advantage of the Warwick Sport Scheme at the low cost of £30 per year (see www2. warwick.ac.uk/ services/sportscentre/ membershipschemes/ staffandstudents/ for more details). • The opportunity to register for an Information Technology Services account and Warwick email address.

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• NUS membership, which includes discounts in certain stores, cinemas and restaurants.

The student card is valid from date of issue through to the end of the academic year thereby giving library access during the winter and spring vacations as well as term-time. Students registering for a certificate will be issued with a library card. Please send a passport-style photograph with your registration form. To ensure you receive your student card during the first week of your certificate please send your photograph by 28th September 2012. Post: Certificate Programme, Centre for Lifelong Learning, The University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL Email: certificates@warwick.ac.uk

“It was a good taster to see if I was fit to complete the degree and I now look forward to the challenges ahead when I return to Warwick in the autumn to continue my progress for the BA (Hons) Historical Studies degree.” For enrolment details see page 27 – register by 28th September to avoid disappointment, please also provide your photograph before this date to receive your student card in the first session


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INTRODUCTION TO PART-TIME DEGREES Progress onto a Part-time Degree

After you’ve completed your certificate you’ll hopefully want to continue your studies, so why not progress onto one of our Part-time Degrees. Certificates can be an entry route onto a relevant Part-time Degree and they may count as credit towards one of the degrees. All our degrees have been designed to study at your own pace, and students who have not studied for a degree before can access tuition fee loans and scholarships. • Childhood, Education and Society • Classics I had nursed, midwifed, travelled, fallen out with the world and the NHS and was happily driving buses. Now I had hit sixty. What else was there on offer? I chose study and time to wallow in the luxury of reading.

• Early Years • English and Cultural Studies • European Studies • French Studies • Health and Social Policy

It had been 42 years since I last wrote an essay, so on advice I started with a certificate course in English Studies.

• Historical Studies • Humanities • LLB Law • Person-centred Counselling and Psychotherapy • Social Studies Please note there are limited evening options and some degrees are available as daytime study only

The support given by Warwick University, the CLL department, tutors and fellow students has been a revelation. Every possible pitfall is covered. For me the joy of being with intelligent, quick-witted undergraduates of all ages has been an awakening. The up and coming generation has been much maligned and it is sheer pleasure to be in seminars with them.

For more information and to discuss your options, please contact: Fiona Linton 024 7652 3683 lifelonglearning@warwick.ac.uk

Mary Kelly BA (Hons) English and Cultural Studies

For enquiries ring (024) 7652 8286 or visit warwick.ac.uk/cll

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Since starting at Warwick I feel as if my whole world has opened up, I have been given new horizons, new possibilities, for now I have study. It is hard but it is good.


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PSYCHOLOGY I C004

CHILD PSYCHOLOGY TUTOR ANGELA BONEHILL Are you interested in why children behave the way they do? Would you like to know more about the main influences on their thoughts, feelings, abilities and behaviour? Child psychology aims to introduce key concepts and to develop knowledge in the way that psychologists work. It will also promote an appreciation of ideas, theories and methods in psychology, enabling the development of applicable, transferable skills into education, industry, the health profession, counselling and social services.

VENUE R1.04, Ramphal Building, Central Campus, University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL AUTUMN

weeks: 8

Starts: Monday 15 October Times: 19:00 to 21:00

SPRING

weeks: 9

Starts: Monday 14 January Times: 19:00 to 21:00

SUMMER

weeks: 8

Starts: Monday 22 April Times: 19:00 to 21:00

VENUE R1.13, Ramphal Building, Central Campus, University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL AUTUMN

weeks: 8

Starts: Tuesday 16 October Times: 19:00 to 21:00 The concept of the child

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The development of perception

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Intellectual development

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weeks: 9

Starts: Tuesday 15 January Times: 19:00 to 21:00

SUMMER

Starts: Tuesday 23 April Times: 19:00 to 21:00 Emotion and the brain

Moral development

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Play

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Attachment and loss

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Deprivations and their outcomes

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Social development Behaviour patterns Sexuality and gender

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The development of language

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The nature-nurture debate

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CHILD PSYCHOLOGY

Fee: £400.00

For enrolment details see page 27 – register by 28th September to avoid disappointment, please also provide your photograph before this date to receive your student card in the first session


HISTORY OF ART I C011

CULTURE OF THE ITALIAN RENAISSANCE

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TUTOR DR. REBA GIBB This certificate is an opportunity to explore some of the most beautiful art, architecture, literature and ancient cities in Italy. The Renaissance is the ‘re-birth’ of Classical Art, Philosophy and Literature lost to the West in the Early Christian Era and rediscovered from the 14th to the 16th centuries. In term 1, as a foundation, we will study Classical culture including the mysterious Etruscans as well as central Greek and Latin Art, Architecture and texts in translation. In the second and third terms we will study the ways in which these were re-interpreted in the Renaissance, outside Florence (so often an exclusive focus) especially in relation to Assisi, Perugia and Venice. The course ends with a study of the influence of the Italian Renaissance on English thought and culture as seen in Shakespeare’s Tempest. AUTUMN

weeks: 8

Starts: Tuesday 16 October Times: 13:00 to 15:00 Introduction to the Etrusans

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Etruscan art and religion

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Etrusan kings of Rome

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Plato on the relationship between love, beauty and god

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Greek drama: tragedy and comedy

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Pagans in church: The classical Sibyl in Greece and Italy

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Idealising Greece and practical Rome

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Starts: Tuesday 15 January Times: 13:00 to 15:00 Classical Theatres in Italy: Roman Comedy

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Assisi: the life and significance of St. Francis

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Franciscan poetry; influence of French Courtly Love:

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Assisi as a gallery of Christian Art: Byzantine Renaissance

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Cimabue and Giotto, Lorenzetti and Simone Martini

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Christian Drama and its influence on painting

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Perugia and the dawn of Renaissance sculpture: Pisano and the Sibyls

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SUMMER

weeks: 8

Starts: Tuesday 23 April Times: 13:00 to 15:00 The High Renaissance in Venice: The Frari: Bellini and Titian

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Giorgione and Lotto

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Mannerism: Tintoretto

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Renaissance in England: The Tempest and Classical ideas of Good

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The Tempest as a Romance

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Music and Magic in The Tempest

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The Neo-Platonist view of Man and the Universe

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Plato, Freud and Character in The Tempest.

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Perugia and High Renaissance Painting : Perugino, Raphael and the Sibyls.

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VENUE TBA – Westwood Campus, The University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL Fee: £400.00

For enquiries ring (024) 7652 8286 or visit warwick.ac.uk/cll

CULTURE OF THE ITALIAN RENAISSANCE

Classical aesthetic theory: what is reality and how does art mirror or fail to mirror it?

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EARTH SCIENCE I C013

ECOLOGY AND CONSERVATION TUTOR GODFREY ARMITAGE On this certificate, students will consider the fundamental concepts of ecology and biodiversity and man’s influence on it. Examining theoretical principles underlying wildlife conservation, we see how these are used in management of various ecosystems. The ecology of woodlands, streams, ponds, grassland and moths will be investigated by fieldwork and study of research reports. Students need not have prior scientific knowledge, but they should be prepared to debate and discuss scientific ideas and issues in class, to research background material, to use the website, to participate in field work and to produce original work. AUTUMN

weeks: 8

Starts: Tuesday 16 October Times: 19:00 to 21:00

SPRING

Starts: Tuesday 15 January Times: 19:00 to 21:00

Introduction to ecology

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Ecosystems and communities

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Tocil Wood fieldwork (Saturday morning session, 10:00 to 12:30)

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Ecological energetics, nutrient cycles and decomposition

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Why bother to conserve? Speciation and the creation of biodiversity Concepts in conservation

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Conservation methods and legislation

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Population ecology

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Succession and life strategies

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Why is the world green?

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Biodiversity: how many species are there?

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Extinction and human impact

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weeks: 9

SUMMER

weeks: 8

Starts: Tuesday 23 April Times: 18:45 to 21:15 Pond fieldwork

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Grassland fieldwork

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Moth trapping (Ryton Woods, late session; 20:45 to 23:15)

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Woodland fieldwork

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Data collation and statistical analysis

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Woodland conservation Pond conservation Global warming and pollution Fieldwork methods Moth and butterfly biology

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Stream fieldwork (Saturday morning session)

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VENUE WT0.03, Westwood Campus, University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL Fee: £400.00

For enrolment details see page 27 – register by 28th September to avoid disappointment, please also provide your photograph before this date to receive your student card in the first session


LITERATURE I C014

ENGLISH LITERATURE STUDIES

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TUTOR JULIA LARDEN This certificate offers an introduction to the study of the three major branches of English literature: prose faction, poetry and drama. We will consider use of language, style, imagery, characterisation, the role of the narrator and social contexts. There will be a strong emphasis upon intertextuality, that is the relationship between different texts.

VENUE R2.41, Ramphal Building, Central Campus, University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL AUTUMN

weeks: 9

Starts: Thursday 18 October Times: 19:00 to 21:00 The narrative voice

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The Go-between by L. P. Hartley

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Atonement by Ian McEwan

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SPRING

weeks: 8

Starts: Thursday 24 January Times: 19:00 to 21:00 Key techniques of poetry

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Romanticism and nature and the early romantic poets – Wordsworth and Coleridge

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Later romantic poets, Keats and Shelley

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Contextualisation of the poetry of the first World War

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SUMMER

weeks: 8

Starts: Thursday 25 April Times: 19:00 to 21:00 The Shakespearian stage and the language of Shakespeare

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The Winter's Tale

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George Bernard Shaw

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The new British drama

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 he concept of T Pygmalion

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The work of Wilfred Owen, Owen and the romantics

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The ‘nurse poets’ – three key women poets and their romantic influences

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Fee: £400.00

For enquiries ring (024) 7652 8286 or visit warwick.ac.uk/cll

ENGLISH LITERATURE STUDIES

The Poetry of Isaac Rosenberg and Rupert Brooke and the romantics

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FILM AND CINEMA I C041

INTRODUCTION TO FILM AND CINEMA STUDIES TUTOR JULIA LARDEN This certificate offers an introduction to the history, techniques and language of film and is chronologically based. We will begin with the remarkable first years of short narrative films, and continue through to the often dazzling digital effects of the twenty-first century. Film clips of between one and twenty minutes will be used, focussing on some of the key films of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. AUTUMN

weeks: 8

Starts: Tuesday 16 October Times: 18:30 to 21:00 Pre-cinema moving picture devices and early cinema history

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INTRODUCTION TO FILM AND CINEMA STUDIES

German expressionism

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Power of the image, influence of Griffths and expressionism

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SPRING

Starts: Tuesday 15 January Times: 18:30 to 21:00 The introduction of cinemascope

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First of the French ‘New Wave’ movies

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New Wave/Neo realism Italian style

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New developments in expressionism and the introduction of the ‘Deep focus’ technique

The new ‘brat pack’ movie The new style, New Wave, gangster movie

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The new generation of movie makers go to war

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The first fully computer generated image feature films CGI and the human actor

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CGI colour developments and CGI assisted acting

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CGI and digital motion capture meets tech noir and the computer game

Film noir – continued exploration of mood and atmosphere in black and white film Italian Neo-realism - important new developments in storytelling

Tech noir Horror in the future city

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Space age tech noir, horror and the badly behaved computer

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The growth of the American studio system, sound and colour film

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The new style space age movie and style influences from the past

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The New Wave Goes back to Hollywood

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weeks: 8

Starts: Tuesday 23 April Times: 18:30 to 21:00

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Great American comics

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British New Wave

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VENUE R2.41, Ramphal Building, Central Campus, The University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL Fee: £442.00

For enrolment details see page 27 – register by 28th September to avoid disappointment, please also provide your photograph before this date to receive your student card in the first session


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SOCIAL AND HEALTH STUDIES I C017

HEALTH STUDIES TUTOR CATHERINE MILLS This certificate introduces students to analysis of contemporary health issues from a variety of perspectives; particularly the contribution of the social sciences. It looks at controversies around the role of biomedicine in society, and the way that health varies across social groups. A life-cycle approach will examine factors that impact and reinforce good/poor health, people’s sense of wellbeing and control over their daily lives. It will consider the extent to which health, wellbeing and quality of life are becoming important markers of progress as well as economic performance. It will equip students to examine the relevance of biological, social, economic and psychological influences, social divisions and identities associated with class, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexuality and political status.

AUTUMN

weeks: 8

Starts: Monday 15 October Times: 19:00 to 21:00

SPRING

Starts: Monday 14 January Times: 19:00 to 21:00

Concepts of health

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Explanations of health, illness and wellbeing

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Biomedical model

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Alternative or complementary medicine

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Influence of the media

weeks: 9

Politics and creation of the NHS Inequalities in health Local variations in health

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SUMMER

weeks: 8

Starts: Monday 22 April Times: 19:00 to 21:00 Student led seminars

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Producing plans for their formative essay

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Module overview

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Social exclusion/ inclusion

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Community health

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Health stories or narrative based evidence

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Fee: £400.00

For enquiries ring (024) 7652 8286 or visit warwick.ac.uk/cll

HEALTH STUDIES

VENUE R3.41, Ramphal Building, Central Campus, The University of Warwick,Coventry, CV4 7AL


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HISTORY I C057

HISTORICAL STUDIES

(EUROPEAN): POLITICS, SOCIETY AND CULTURE IN EUROPE, 1789-1989 TUTOR DR. ANGELA JIANU Between 1789 and 1815, the French Revolution and the Napoleonic period created a new political template which was to define the ways in which individuals, communities and nations engaged with politics for the rest of the nineteenth century and beyond. This certificate charts the ways in which European citizens sought and achieved wider political participation in the period from 1789 to the collapse of Communist regimes in East-Central Europe in 1989.

VENUE H0.44, Humanities Building, Central Campus, University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL AUTUMN

weeks: 8

Starts: Tuesday 16 October Times: 19:00 to 21:00 Objectives of the module

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The French Revolution

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Russia and its revolutionary tradition (1820-1848)

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HISTORICAL STUDIES – EUROPEAN

The Revolutions of 1848

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The Paris Commune (1871)

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Fin-de-siècle Europe (1890s-1914)

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SPRING

weeks: 9

Starts: Tuesday 15 January Times: 19:00 to 21:00 Social Darwinism

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The Dreyfus Affair, 1894

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National rights in the Austro-Hungarian Empire (1867-1918)

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National Socialism as political religion (1918-1945)

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Italian Fascism (1914-1945)

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World War 1

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SUMMER

Starts: Tuesday 23 April Times: 19:00 to 21:00 The Aftermath of World War 2

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European Communism

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Europe in the Cold War (1945-1956)

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1956-1968: turbulences in the Communist block

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Europe in the Cold War (1956-1975)

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The Revolutions of 1989

The Russian Revolutions (1905-1917)

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The Bolsheviks and their Culture

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Europe, 1789-1898: an overview

The Spanish Civil War (1936)

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Fee: £400.00

For enrolment details see page 27 – register by 28th September to avoid disappointment, please also provide your photograph before this date to receive in the first For enrolment detailsyour seestudent page 41card – register by session 8th October to avoid disappointment


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HISTORY OF ART I C020

HISTORY OF ART TUTOR DR. DAVID PACKWOOD This certificate is for anyone curious about art history; those who want to deepen their knowledge; and those who are seeking to gain admission to a higher-level course. It builds from a module introducing you to the many fundamental approaches to art history such as iconography and aesthetics; it then progresses to a traditional timeline of art history that allows you to journey through the many styles and movements such as renaissance art and impressionism to the art of our own time. The certificate concludes with a specialised module on the Artist’s Studio, which is considered as a space of painting, art history, art theory, and the family. AUTUMN

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Starts: Tuesday 16 October Times: 19:00 to 21:00 Art history in context

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What art historians do

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Pictures as puzzles: Panofsky, wind and iconography

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The picture in the mirror: artistic deceptions and the spectator

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Judging art: aesthetics and art history

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Merchants and scholars: connoisseurship, art history and the market

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Patrons and painters: commissions, markets and money

SPRING

weeks: 9

Starts: Tuesday 15 January Times: 19:00 to 21:00 Style and movement in art history

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Inventing the renaissance

SUMMER

Starts: Tuesday 23 April Times: 19:00 to 21:00 In the artist’s studio

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A portrait of the artist’s studio

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Baroque art in Rome

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Romanticism

An academic space The studio and the market

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Rococo to revolution

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Artistic space and sociability

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Realism

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The modern studio: Bacon to Hirst

Impressionism to post impressionism

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Defining modern art

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The virtual studio

Culture wars: from the 1980s to the art of today

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VENUE R0.14, Ramphal Building, Central Campus, University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL

Gender and art genre: the feminist canon of art

Fee: £400.00

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Abstracting art: modern art and the reinvention of the World

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For enquiries ring (024) 7652 8286 or visit warwick.ac.uk/cll

HISTORY OF ART

Dissenting voices: politics, art history and cultural studies

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PHILOSOPHY I C056

HISTORY OF MODERN WESTERN PHILOSOPHY TUTOR DR. SCOTT REVERS What is Modern Western Philosophy? With whom did it begin, and what are its guiding concerns? This certificate aims to answer these questions, beginning by approaching key philosophical traditions of rationalism and empiricism. This will involve engaging with on the one hand Descartes’ turn toward the subject and his influence on the development of European rationalism, and on the other, the empiricist philosophers such as Locke, Berkeley, and Hume. The certificate will then direct its attention towards the German Enlightenment and the influence of Kant on later thinkers. Finally we will complete the course by engaging with two traditions in twentieth century philosophy including the insights of both European and American traditions of thought. AUTUMN

weeks: 8

Starts: Tuesday 16 October Times: 19:00 to 21:00 The history of philosophy

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Rationalism Descartes: The Cartesian Revolution

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Spinoza's philosophy

Kant I: The Critique of Pure Reason

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Kant II: Ethics and Aesthetics

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Hegel's absolute idealism

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Marx's inversion of the Hegelian system

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Outline of Locke's empiricism

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The nature of Berkeley's philosophy

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Hume's philosophy

weeks: 9

Starts: Tuesday 15 January Times: 19:00 to 21:00

Investigating the philosophy of Leibniz

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Kierkegaard's criticisms of the Hegelian system Schopenhauer's concept of the will

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Nietzsche’s philosophy

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SUMMER

weeks: 8

Starts: Tuesday 23 April Times: 19:00 to 21:00 Two key traditions in twentieth century thought

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The origins of the phenomenological project

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The transformation of the phenomenological project in Heidegger

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Sartre's reading of Husserl and Heidegger

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Key themes in the pragmatic tradition

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American pragmatism

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Pragmatism in the work of Rorty

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VENUE R1.04, Ramphal Building, Central Campus, The University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL Fee: £400.00 For enrolment details see page 27 – register by 28th September to avoid disappointment, please also provide your photograph before this date to receive your student card in the first session


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PHILOSOPHY I C026

PHILOSOPHICAL STUDIES TUTOR DR. SCOTT REVERS This certificate will look at the relationship between philosophical concepts of nature, society and the individual from ancient Greece to the present day. How are we to understand our relationship to society? Can individuals take responsibility for themselves or do we need social constraints? Are social structures an extension of nature or do they tame it? How do we deal with situations where the right thing to do contradicts the social order? We will address these questions and more with reference to key thinkers in the history of philosophy.

AUTUMN

weeks: 8

Starts: Wednesday 17 October Times: 19:00 to 21:00 Justice and politics in the Greek state

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The trial of Socrates

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Plato’s crito

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Plato’s Republic 1: What is Justice?

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Plato’s Republic 11: The Nature of the Good

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Starts: Wednesday 16 January Times: 19:00 to 21:00 The birth of the modern state

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Key concepts of the modern state

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Nature’s tooth and claw: Hobbes’ and Locke

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Return to nature: Rousseau

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Existentialism: towards a new vision of the individual

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Dostoevsky – notes from the underground

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Kierkegaard – the life of the individual

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Nietzsche – beyond good and evil

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John Rawls: libertarianism

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Nozick: the minimal state

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Aristotle (Politics)

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Sartre – existentialism and humanism De Beauvoir - The Second Sex Camus – the Myth of Sisyphus

Foucault: critique of state power

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VENUE R1.15, Ramphal Building, Central Campus, The University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL Fee: £400.00

For enquiries ring (024) 7652 8286 or visit warwick.ac.uk/cll

PHILOSOPHICAL STUDIES

Marx’s critique of social contract theory and libertarianism

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Starts: Wednesday 24 April Times: 19:00 to 21:00

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Mill ‘On Liberty’

Aristotle (Ethics)

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PSYCHOLOGY I C028

PSYCHOLOGY TUTORS DR. SCOTT REVERS, DEAN HOWES, SHARON WATSON AND SARAH BERGER An understanding of psychology, the “science of mind and behaviour”, can be life enhancing. Our biological, physical, cognitive, emotional and social development influences our adult aspirations, achievements and level of contentment. This certificate will explore, at an appropriate level, all of these dimensions of human existence and is likely to be of value both personally and professionally. VENUE WT1.04, Westwood Teaching Centre, Westwood Campus, University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL AUTUMN

weeks: 8

Starts: Wednesday 17 October Times: 14:00 to 16:00

SPRING

weeks: 9

Starts: Wednesday 16 January Times: 14:00 to 16:00

SUMMER

weeks: 8

Starts: Wednesday 24 April Times: 14:00 to 16:00

VENUE WT1.04, Westwood Teaching Centre, Westwood Campus, University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL AUTUMN

weeks: 8

Starts: Thursday 18 October Times: 19:00 to 21:00 Physical and cognitive development in infancy

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SPRING

Starts: Thursday 17 January Times: 19:00 to 21:00 Prejudice and discrimination

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Human learning

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Social development in infancy

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The development of personality

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Language acquisition

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Cognitive development after the first 7 years

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Physical and social development during adolescence and adulthood

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Person perception

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weeks: 9

Attitudes: the nature and function of attitudes Social influence: conformity and obedience Anti-social behaviour and aggression

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Pro-social behaviour

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Groups: an appreciation of the different types of groups

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Leadership

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Relationships: types of social relationships

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SUMMER

weeks: 8

Starts: Thursday 25 April Times: 19:00 to 21:00 Cognitive processes and information processing

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Attention: the role of attention in cognitive processes

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Memory: memory processes and memory subsystems

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Language and thinking: the related areas of convergent, divergent and creative thinking

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Language and communication

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Problem solving and decision making issues in human cognition

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PSYCHOLOGY

Audiences and crowds: the influence of an audience on performance

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Fee: £400.00

For enrolment details see page 27 – register by 28th September to avoid disappointment, please also provide your photograph before this date to receive your student card in the first session


SOCIAL AND HEALTH STUDIES I C032

INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY

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TUTOR STEVEN GASGOIGNE Sociology is "the science of society" and is of interest to anyone wishing to know more about how societies work. This certificate introduces students to key areas of special interest in sociology, for example the family, education, employment, health and illness, crime and deviance, gender and race. The certificate introduces some of the sociological theories, research methods and social policy developments which have been applied to and influenced various aspects of our lives.

AUTUMN

weeks: 8

Starts: Wednesday 17 October Times: 19:00 to 21:00 What is sociology? Using our sociological imagination

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What is social policy?

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The sociology of the family: researching the family

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Welfare and the family

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The sociology of education: researching schools

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Starts: Wednesday 16 January Times: 19:00 to 21:00 Explaining inequalities in society

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Social policy and inequalities

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Understanding and researching poverty

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Social policy and poverty

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The sociology of work and employment

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Research into working lives: welfare

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SUMMER

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Starts: Wednesday 24 April Times: 19:00 to 21:00 Researching health and illness

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Public health and inequalities: the NHS

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Women and feminisms

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Men and masculinities

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Social policy and gender

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Race and ethnicity

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Ageing and its consequences

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The media and popular culture

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VENUE R3.41, Ramphal Building, Central Campus, the University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL Fee: £400.00

For enquiries ring (024) 7652 8286 or visit warwick.ac.uk/cll

INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY

Social policy in education

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PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

CERTIFICATES FOR CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT The following certificates are available for students who are looking to develop their skills or CVs in particular areas. The certificates are accredited each carrying 30 credits. The Coaching and Mentoring Certificate and Diploma in Coaching (Level 5) are also accredited by the Association for Coaching. The certificates are taught by experts in their fields, all of whom have many years professional and teaching experience. Introduction to Business Studies

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Counselling Skills

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Journalism

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Coaching and Mentoring

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Diploma in Coaching

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Interpersonal Communication Skills for Professional and Personal Development

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Work Psychology

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One of the key attractions for me, when considering coaching courses, was the high regard in which the name of Warwick University is held in the business world. The course itself was very interactive and absorbing; nine days full of interesting content and practical learning.

INTRODUCTION TO CPD

The focus is on coaching rather than mentoring, but that suited me particularly well and I feel that the course helped me to develop as a coach. I thoroughly enjoyed the course and am rapidly expanding my coaching business as a result of my learning. I shall be returning for the diploma in the autumn. Tom Dillon

The Language Centre A range of Lifelong Learning courses taking you from absolute beginner to beyond advanced. Arabic, BSL, Chinese, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish For further information visit: warwick.ac.uk/languagecentre

For enrolment details see page 27 – register by 28th September to avoid disappointment, please also provide your photograph before this date to receive your student card in the first session


BUSINESS, MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING I C042

INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS STUDIES

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TUTOR GLENNE GIBSON Have you always wanted to be more business savvy? Perhaps you have ideas for a business you would like to start up, or you may wish to develop or re-position an existing business. Or perhaps you have more time now to read the business pages, and want to know more about how to identify which public companies are winners, and could be worthy of your investment in shares. You may be about to join the job market, and want to identify which organisations make excellent employers. This course will help you understand the business environment, analyse business performance, and develop your own business ideas.

AUTUMN

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Starts: Wednesday 17 October Times: 19:00 to 21:00 The business environment

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Markets and competition

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Localism and globalisation

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Starts: Wednesday 16 January Times: 19:00 to 21:00 Business strategy

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Management styles: entrepreneurs and change managers

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Business cultures

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Business organisations

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Leadership and communication

Forecasting Pricing, promotion, place, people and proposition

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Productivity and Research Development Profit and loss

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Company reports

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The Business Plan

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Marketing strategy

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The Market entry/ development plan

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VENUE R2.41, Ramphal Building, Central Campus, University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL Fee: £400.00

For enquiries ring (024) 7652 8286 or visit warwick.ac.uk/cll

INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS STUDIES

Enterprises and stakeholders

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Measuring performance

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Business and society: ethics

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People and organisations: motivation

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Market research and agencies

Impact of technology on business today

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Segmentation and target marketing

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Understanding demographics

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COUNSELLING I C058

COUNSELLING SKILLS TUTORS PAULINE McMANUS AND DR. JEANNIE WRIGHT Intuitively some individuals are keen observers, good listeners, easily able to establish rapport, have an awareness of body language communication and can respond appropriately to people experiencing difficulties. However, practical experiences can certainly develop these skills. An understanding of, and the capacity to effectively use, “helping/counselling skills” is of value in many roles in life: the aim of this certificate is to identify and develop key counselling skills, alongside consideration of theories which underpin practice. AUTUMN

SPRING

SUMMER

Held: Wednesday 24 October 2012 21 November 2012 5 December 2012 Times: 10:00 to 16:30

Held: Wednesday 16 January 2013 13 February 2013 13 March 2013 Times: 10:00 to 16:30

Held: Wednesday 17 April 2013 15 May 2013 12 June 2013 Times: 10:00 to 16:30

What is counselling? Distinction between formal counselling and the “informal” use of counselling skills

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Key counselling skills: establishing rapport, body language awareness, listening skills, ways of responding

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Attachment and Loss

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Mental Health Issues

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Helping skills and Transactional Analysis

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The self and other; identity and change processes

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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

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Roles boundaries and confidentiality

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Creative Approaches – when words are not enough

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Ways of being and value systems – the “person centred” approach

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The impact of unconscious processes: defence mechanisms; the “presenting past”

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COUNSELLING SKILLS

VENUE TBC, The University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL Fee: £450.00

For enrolment details see page 27 – register by 28th September to avoid disappointment, please also provide your photograph before this date to receive your student card in the first session


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JOURNALISM I C024

JOURNALISM TUTOR PETER MCGARRY Journalism is the key to a wide range of careers in newspapers, magazines, on-line publications, television, radio, publicity and public relations. This certificate, run by an experienced media professional, teaches the practical skills of writing for the multi-media, interviewing and broadcasting, as well as the demanding requirements of media law.

AUTUMN

weeks: 8

Starts: Monday 15 October Times: 19:00 to 21:00 Media writing requirements, style and characteristics

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News reporting

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Features and comment

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Profiles – techniques of writing about people, preparing and conducting interviews

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Class interviews – practical exercise, followed by writing of articles

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Analysis of eight interview categories

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Press releases

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Reviews and personal columns

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SPRING

weeks: 9

Starts: Monday 14 January Times: 19:00 to 21:00 How the legal system has evolved; principles of today’s free press

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Contempt of court by publication

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Defamation: libel and slander – definitions, defences

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Press rights of admission – restrictions imposed by law

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SUMMER

weeks: 8

Starts: Monday 22 April Times: 19:00 to 21:00 Overview of broadcasting: different areas, structures, needs

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Presentation techniques

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Scripting programmes

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Studio interviewing

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News gathering

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Studio debates: radio/ TV; control, style

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Juveniles in court; questions of identification; reporting restrictions

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Family proceedings, domestic hearings, divorce, wardship and adoption

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Inquests, tribunals and public inquiries; construction and reporting

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Fee: £450.00

For enquiries ring (024) 7652 8286 or visit warwick.ac.uk/cll

JOURNALISM

Civil courts – County, High Court divisions

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VENUE R1.13, Ramphal Building, Central Campus, University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL


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PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT I C005

COACHING AND MENTORING TUTOR BOB THOMSON This certificate offers participants a foundation of relevant models and practical skills that will equip them to engage in purposeful coaching and mentoring conversations and relationships. It explores the spectrum from directive to nondirective approaches, encouraging participants to identify where they wish to operate in their practice. AUTUMN

SPRING

SUMMER

Held: Wednesday 17 October 2012 14 November 2012 5 December 2012 Times: 9:00 to 17:00

Held: Wednesday 9 January 2013 6 February 2013 6 March 2013 Times: 9:00 to 17:00

Held: Wednesday 24 April 2013 22 May 2013 19 June 2013 Times: 9:00 to 17:00

Contracting with practice client

Confidentiality

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Learning from experience

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Silent coaching

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Demonstration of coaching Transactional analysis

GROW model

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Directive to nondirective approaches

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Listening, questioning and playing back

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Differences between coaching and mentoring

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Ethics around coaching and mentoring

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COACHING AND MENTORING

Coaching competences

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Emotional intelligence Listening with high quality attention

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Metaphor and clean language

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Use of card sorts – value cards exercise

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Use of questionnaires in coaching or mentoring

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Cognitive-behavioural approaches

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External executive coach, including coaching demonstration

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Directive to nondirective spectrum

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When coaching or mentoring goes wrong

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The inner game of coaching

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Coaching and mentoring in organisations

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Issues arising in work with practice clients

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Action plan to develop further coaching and mentoring capabilities

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VENUE WCE0.9a, Lifelong Learning Building, Westwood Campus, University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL Fee: £720.00

For enrolment details see page 27 – register by 28th September to avoid disappointment, please also provide your photograph before this date to receive your student card in the first session


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DIPLOMA IN COACHING TUTOR BOB THOMSON

The diploma aims to enable participants to deepen their understanding of coaching and to develop their personal style of coaching others. A variety of approaches to coaching will be explored. Participants will reflect on their practice through the use of supervision and video replay of their coaching of fellow participants. AUTUMN

SPRING

SUMMER

Held: Wednesday 24 October 2012 21 November 2012 12 December 2012 Times: 9:00 to 17:00

Held: Wednesday 16 January 2013 13 February 2013 20 March 2013 Times: 9:00 to 17:00

Held: Wednesday 1 May 2013 5 June 2013 26 June 2013 Times: 9:00 to 17:00

Basic ideas and skills in coaching

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Directive and nondirective approaches

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Positive psychology

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Supervision of coaching

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Carl Rogers and the person-centred approach

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Tim Gallwey and the inner game of coaching

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Ethical issues in coaching

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Video recording of coaching practice

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Interpersonal process recall (IPR)

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Neuro Linguistic Programming

Motivational Interviewing

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Working with practice clients

Transactional Analysis

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Cognitive behavioural coaching

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Coaching a team

Clean language and metaphor

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Solution-focused coaching

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Gestalt

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Managing coaching relationships over time

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Developing a coaching business Video recording and IPR Next steps on your coaching journey

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Video recording and IPR

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Fee: £1,294.00

For enquiries ring (024) 7652 8286 or visit warwick.ac.uk/cll

COACHING

VENUE WCE0.9a, Lifelong Learning Building, Westwood Campus, University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL


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PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT I C053

INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR PROFESSIONAL AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT TUTORS PAULINE MCMANUS AND FRAN BRADLEY

INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR A PROFESSIONAL ROLE

We all need interpersonal communication skills in our daily lives, and many individuals need to possess high level skills as an adjunct to their main professional role: skills such as understanding body language, active listening, managing conflict and difficult conversations, dealing with loss and anxiety, change processes. This certificate is relevant for numerous professional roles: teachers, health care personnel, social workers, solicitors and managers. It is likely to be of value both personally and professionally. Whilst practical skills are the main focus of the programme, the theories which underpin skills practice will be considered. Relevant skills practice will be undertaken throughout the certificate. AUTUMN

SPRING

SUMMER

Held: Tuesday 16 October 2012 6 November 2012 4 December 2012 Times: 10:00 to 16:30

Held: Tuesday 8 January 2013 5 February 2013 12 March 2013 Times: 10:00 to 16:30

Held: Tuesday 23 April 2013 7 May 2013 4 June 2013 Times: 10:00 to 16:30

Definitions of interpersonal communication skills

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Introduction to core interpersonal communication skills

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Egan’s three-stage model: exploring, understanding, action

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Key concepts in the Humanistic approach

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Key concepts in transactional analysis: life scripts and making changes

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Assertiveness skills

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Group dynamics

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Conflict resolution

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Key concepts in the systems approach: the individual in their context

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Key concepts in the Psychodynamic approach to interpersonal communication

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VENUE TBA, Westwood Campus, The University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL Fee: £450.00

For enrolment details see page 27 – register by 28th September to avoid disappointment, please also provide your photograph before this date to receive your student card in the first session


PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT I C036

WORK PSYCHOLOGY

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TUTORS DEAN HOWES, SHARON WATSON AND SARAH BERGER The role of work in our lives, whether paid or unpaid, is considerable: status, social experiences, and specific skills and, of course, income, all emanate from the world of paid work. From the perspective of psychology, why and how we engage with the world of work, and the impact on the individual of their working environment, continues to be of interest to researchers. The study of work psychology, a discipline which covers a broad range of issues from recruitment to conflict resolution, has much to offer in increasing our understanding of the processes involved. AUTUMN

SPRING

SUMMER

Starts: Tuesday 16 October Times: 19:00 to 21:00

Starts: Tuesday 15 January Times: 19:00 to 21:00

Starts: Tuesday 23 April Times: 19:00 to 21:00

Brief history of work psychology

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Selection for work: the principles of selection for jobs and careers

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Prediction of success in a work role

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A brief consideration of the nature of organisational behaviour

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Organisational structure and its impact on work

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Groups and teams at work

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Training and socialisation at work

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Motivation and satisfaction at work

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Communication in organisations

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Barriers to success at work

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Gender, sexuality and inequalities in the workplace

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Health in the workplace

Contemporary issues in leadership

Stress at Work: the nature of work stress

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Bullying at work

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Power and politics at work Conflict at work: sources of conflict in the workplace

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Organisational Culture: culture as the ‘personality of an organisation

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VENUE R0.12, Ramphal Building, Central Campus, University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL Fee: £450.00

For enquiries ring (024) 7652 8286 or visit warwick.ac.uk/cll

WORK PSYCHOLOGY

Work-life balance and its relevance to wellbeing

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Unemployment: how different people respond

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Leadership: basic psychological approaches to leadership

Performance appraisal and development of personnel

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An overview of the meaning of work and its central role in an individual’s life and well-being

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INTRODUCTION TO COUNSELLING TUTORS TESSA ROXBURGH AND SARAH ASHWORTH This free-standing module will be helpful for any student wishing to proceed to the Foundation Degree in Counselling and Psychotherapy. It compares the Personcentred approach to Counselling to the Psychodynamic and Cognitive Behavioural models, exploring some of the key elements of the theoretical backgrounds. There will be opportunities for engagement in the reflective learning process, both as an individual and as a member of the group. AUTUMN

weeks: 10

Starts: Thursday 4 October Times: 19:00 to 21:30

SPRING

weeks: 10

Starts: Thursday 10 January Times: 19:00 to 21:30

SUMMER

weeks: 10

Starts: Thursday 24 April Times: 19:00 to 21:00

INTRODUCTION TO COUNSELLING AND MINDFULNESS

VENUE WT0.01, Westwood Teaching Centre, Westwood Campus, University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL Fee: £190.00

MINDFULNESS: RESPONDING TO LIFE WITH CLARITY AND PRESENCE TUTOR DEAN HOWES Clear, flexible, and focused awareness is necessary for living life to the full and dealing wisely with its challenges. We will learn about the history of mindfulness, the theory behind it, and will practise different forms of guided mindfulness meditation. Course code: 5269/AU12 Saturday 10 November 10:00 to 16:00 Course code: 5269/SP13 Saturday 2 February 10:00 to 16:00 Course code: 5269/SU13 Saturday 18 May 10:00 to 16:00 VENUE WT0.05, Westwood Teaching Centre, Westwood Campus, University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL Fee: £75.00

For enrolment details see page 27 – register by 28th September to avoid disappointment, please also provide your photograph before this date to receive your student card in the first session


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Part-time Degree credit Certificates may give entry to the Part-time Degree programme and credit may be counted towards the degree, see page 5. Enrolment You are strongly encouraged to enrol before Friday 28th September, by registering online or by filling in and sending us the application form (centre pages) along with your payment and photo. It may be possible for you to register at the first meeting of some certificates, in exceptional circumstances. If you do not register in advance we are unable to notify you of any changes to the published information.

For the benefit of applicants this brochure is produced at the earliest possible date. The University, however, reserves the right to modify or cancel any statement in this publication and accepts no responsibility for any consequences of such modification or cancellation. Certificates which have low registrations one week before their start date will be cancelled, and those who are registered will be informed and offered the chance to transfer to another certificate.

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Refunds Fees will be refunded automatically, in full, in those cases where a certificate is cancelled due to insufficient enrolments. In any other circumstances refunds will not be issued. Students with special requirements If you are disabled or have special requirements we can make appropriate arrangements: please ensure they are marked on your registration form.

Transfers can be made immediately providing places are available. Refunds may take 2 – 3 weeks to process.

The University bookshop welcomes all visitors to the University. It is situated next to the Arts Centre on the Central Campus and is open throughout the year. Opening Hours: Term time Monday to Friday: 09.00 to 20.00 Saturday: 10.00 to 17.00 Vacation Monday to Friday: 09.00 to 17.30 Closed on Saturdays

The bookshop stocks a wide range of academic and general books and offers a fast ordering service. Credit cards are accepted. (024) 7652 3388 (024) 7652 3792 bookshop@warwick.ac.uk

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GUIDANCE AND EVENTS Student Guidance/Development Pauline McManus, Senior Tutor in Lifelong Learning, offers students guidance with a range of study skills – for example, time management, presentation skills, speed reading and note taking, preparing and writing essays and projects, revision and examination skills. Pauline is available to see students individually or in small groups to discuss any issues relating to their course of study. Students can contact Pauline directly:  (024) 7652 8459 certificates@warwick.ac.uk EVENTS On Monday 8th October there will be a “Welcome to the Certificate Programme” event. This will be an opportunity to find out about the resources you can access – for example the University library, student guidance and development – and gain answers to any queries you might have. The event will be held from 17.00 - 20:00, in room WCE0.10, Lifelong Learning Building.

To find out more If you would like further information about the Lifelong Learning Drop-ins or other events for prospective students or would like to receive a copy of the Lifelong Learning prospectus containing further information about the flexible degree programmes please contact: (024) 7615 1155 lifelonglearning@warwick.ac.uk warwick.ac.uk/cll In addition to the Part-time Degree programme, the Centre also offers other flexible Degrees – part-time Foundation Degrees and full-time 2 + 2 Degrees. If you would like more information about these routes please visit our website, or call (024) 7615 1155. Certificate Taster Day Saturday 8th September 10am - 1pm Come along and sample a 45 minute taster of each certificate before you register. See the back inside page for more information.

GUIDANCE AND EVENTS

On Saturday 20th October, Pauline will be holding a study skills day from 10:00 - 15:00 in WCE0.10, Lifelong Learning Building. This session will focus particularly on time management, note taking, preparing and writing essays. All students are invited to attend, and the session is free of charge. Please email or telephone Pauline to let her know if you plan to attend.  

For enrolment details see page 27 – register by 28th September to avoid disappointment, please also provide your photograph before this date to receive your student card in the first session


The Centre for Lifelong Learning

CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME The Centre for Lifelong Learning offers a range of accredited continuing professional development (CPD) programmes. We have particular expertise in the areas listed below and are constantly refreshing and extending our programmes. Counselling and Psychotherapy

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Career Development and Coaching Studies Career Education, Information and Guidance in Higher Education

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Management of Student Work Experience

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Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector

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SATURDAY 8TH SEPTEMBER Come and taste certificates on offer this year, and if you enrol on one of the certificates on the taster day, you will be entered into a prize draw for 1 of 10 £20 book tokens*.

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Westwood Teaching Centre, Westwood Campus 10:00 - 10:45 • Child Psychology • Ecology and Conservation • English Studies • Philosophical Studies • Introduction to Business Studies 11:00 - 11:45 • Health Studies • Historical Studies – European • Introduction to Film and Cinema Studies • History of Modern Western Philosophy • Work Psychology 12:00 - 12:45 • Coaching and Mentoring (including Diploma in Coaching) • History of Art • Journalism • Psychology • Introduction to Sociology • The Culture of the Italian Renaissance

* Winners of book tokens will receive them in week 5 when the course is confirmed

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