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Centre for Lifelong Learning

Short courses 2011/12


Short courses at the University of Hull Expand your mind! Whatever your age, experience or qualifications you can transform your life with our new and exciting range of short courses.

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The Centre for Lifelong Learning is part of the University’s Faculty of Education and is proud of its role in promoting courses for adult learners in the region. Most of our courses are open access, which means that you can participate whatever your previous skills or qualifications; we value the life experience that adult learners bring to their study. We know that many adult learners find the process of studying at University level for the first time quite daunting and that is why we design our courses with you at the centre of the learning experience. We pride ourselves on being open, friendly and supportive so that you will enjoy the experience and succeed in your studies. We offer courses for everyone, often taught at a venue near you. Some courses develop academic skills, some develop subject knowledge and they will all support your personal and professional development. We also offer subjectspecific Study Routes, building towards the University Foundation Award.

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We hope that you will find something to interest you. Please come and join us and help to make this University a special place at the heart of the city and region.

What entry qualifications do I need? No previous qualifications are required, just an interest in the subject and a desire to complete the course assessment requirements.

How to enrol You can download a registration form from our website or fill in the one at the back of this brochure, which you can return to us by post, fax or in person, together with the appropriate fee.

Course fees Most short courses are £95 with a concessionary fee (£0) available for those in receipt of certain benefits or with a gross annual family household income below £16,845. Fees for all other courses (identified by an asterisk *) available on request.

Acceptance Once your registration form has been received we will send you an acceptance letter, together with relevant information.

Course cancellations

Our courses

Centre for Lifelong Learning University of Hull 49 Salmon Grove Hull, HU6 7SZ 01482 465666

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Are usually 10-credit courses taken over 10 weeks. Are open to everyone and require no previous qualifications. Are held in small, friendly groups with supportive tutors. Enable you to build your CV and learn new skills. Help you develop new interests. Provide a springboard for your future success. Can enable you to achieve a University Foundation Award (UFA).

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Please note: if we do not have sufficient registrations two weeks before the start date we may have to cancel the course. Therefore early registration is strongly advisable.


The University Foundation Award The UFA is an award that can be built up from our short courses. It is a 60–credit qualification at level 4 and can provide you with your first taste of Higher Education. It can come from a series of linked modules on a specific theme (a ‘study route’) or a free choice of modules from anywhere in the programme.

What is a Study Route? We currently offer a number of named Study Routes. It is also possible for you to study a subject-specific full UFA where you choose a particular theme for your courses. For example: psychology, creative writing, sociology, health studies, art history, art and design, and many more (two examples can be found at the back of this brochure). Or you can select a combined studies route which allows you to choose any combination of the courses available. Study Routes are between one and two years in length.

Example of a UFA Study Route in Psychology 10 credits Psychology Module 1 10 credits Psychology Module 2 10 credits Psychology Module 3 10 credits Psychology Module 4 10 credits Psychology Module 5 10 credits Final Piece of Work linked to Psychology

Your access to library and IT facilities Registered students have full use of the library service and IT facilities on the Hull Campus. For information on the facilities available please visit www.hull.ac.uk/lib and www.hull.ac.uk/comp

Our partnerships We are committed to developing relevant and accredited higher education learning opportunities for individuals and organisations in the region. We work with a range of partners including public and private employers, small businesses and the voluntary and community sector. We can provide advice and guidance on training and development needs and help you to refine your requirements to develop the right training programmes for you, delivered where and when it suits you. Whatever your needs, we can help you develop the skills and expertise to build practical solutions to current challenges.

Art and Design | 2 Art History | 2 Computing and Digital Media | 3 Counselling | 3 Creative Writing | 4 Employability Skills | 5 Enterprise Skills and Entrepreneurship | 5 Environmental Studies | 6 Genealogy | 6 Geology | 6 Health and Well Being | 7 Languages French | 7 German | 8 Italian | 8 Mandarin Chinese | 9 Polish | 9 Russian | 9 Spanish | 10 Life Skills | 10 Local History | 11 Management Skills and Continuing Professional Development | 11 Media Studies | 12

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If you have any questions at all, please do not hesitate to contact us by phone or email, or call at the Centre. We’re always happy to help.

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Centre for Lifelong Learning University of Hull, 49 Salmon Grove, Hull, HU6 7SZ 01482 465666 For more information please visit our website where you will find detailed information about all of our courses and the services we offer. www.hull.ac.uk/cll

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Social and Economic History | 13 Sociology | 13 Study Skills | 14 Welfare Rights | 14 Youth Work | 14

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Barton W Beverley B Beverley Q Beverley T Cleethorpes Cottingham Grimsby C Grimsby F Grimsby W Hornsea Hull A Hull B Hull D Hull E Hull F Hull K Hull Q Hull S Hull U Immingham Pocklington Scunth’pe A Scunth’pe W Springth’rpe Swanland V

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Art and Design An Introduction to Drawing and Painting – learn the basic techniques and look at the work of other artists for inspiration

27/9/11 Tue 10–12

10 Hull A

H1118AR

An Introduction to Watercolour Painting, Materials and Techniques – develop your watercolour skills and learn about the history of watercolour painting

27/9/11 Tue 12.30–2.30

10 Hull A

H1111AR

Improvers Watercolour Painting – for those who wish to further develop knowledge and skills with more advanced techniques 28/9/11 Wed 10–12

10 Hull A

H1104AR

Improvers Drawing and Painting – for those who wish to further develop knowledge and skills in more advanced techniques 17/1/12 Tue 10–12

10 Hull A

H1107AR

Improvers Watercolour Painting – for those who wish to further develop knowledge and skills with more advanced techniques 17/1/12 Tue 12.30–2.30

10 Hull A

H1105AR

An Introduction to Children’s Book Illustration – learn the different techniques and stages involved in constructing children’s book illustrations and also create your own

10 Hull A

H1123AR

18/1/12 Wed 10–12

Art History Victorian Art and Life: Town and Country – discover the deep tensions and complexity of Victorian life and society through narrative painting

19/9/11 Mon 10.30–12.30 10 Beverley B

Spirit of the North: Scandinavian Romantic Painting – discover 19/9/11 Mon 2.15–4.15 the exhilarating painters of late 19th century Norway, Sweden, 21/9/11 Wed 2.45–4.45 Finland and Denmark 23/9/11 Fri 10.30–12.30

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B1100AR

10 Pocklington M1100AR 10 Swanland H1103AR 10 Hull D H1100AR


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Romantic Landscape Painting: Palmer and Friedrich – 19thcentury landscape painting was used to encapsulate the dreams of spiritual visions of these remarkable and very different artists 20/9/11 Tue 10.30–12.30 10 Hull Q

H1106AR

Van Gogh and Klimt: Revered and Reviled – discover the cultural climate of these key figures of the avant garde, their personal aesthetics and biographies 23/9/11 Fri 2.30–4.30

M1102AR

10 Hornsea

Victorian Art: Realism and Idealism in Town and Country – develop your familiarity with Victorian narrative painting and learn how to read common themes

16/1/12 Mon 10.30–12.30 10 Beverley B

Nordic Romanticism – designed as a continuation of ‘Spirit of the North’ although previous attendance is not necessary. An opportunity to study Nordic artists in even greater depth

16/1/12 Mon 2.15–4.15 18/1/12 Wed 2.45–4.45 20/1/12 Fri 10.30–12.30

Palmer and Friedrich: Landscapes of the Imagination – two very different artists yet both dedicated to painting visionary landscapes of enduring fascination

17/1/12 Tue 10.30–12.30 10 Hull Q

H1108AR

Van Gogh and Klimt: The Later Years – a continuation course although previous attendance is not necessary, discover how their contributions changed attitudes towards art

20/1/12 Fri 2.30–4.30

10 Hornsea

M1103AR

Getting Started with Desktop Publishing with Microsoft Publisher 2007 – learn about the design elements of desktop publishing, producing brochures, newsletters and posters

26/9/11 Mon 7.15–9.15

10 Hull U

U1108IT

An Introduction to Building Your Own Website Using Microsoft Expression Web – for anyone wishing to design and build a website or single webpages

28/9/11 Wed 7–9

10 Hull U

U1107IT

Learn How to Record Live Music Digitally – learn in Hull’s foremost professional sound recording studio

28/9/11 Wed 7–9

10 Hull E

H1102MU

An Introduction to Your PC – a beginners course designed to help you overcome initial fears of using computers. Including Microsoft Word, email and the internet

29/9/11 Thu 7.15–9.15

10 Hull U

U1100IT

Doing More with Microsoft Word 2007: Advanced – this course covers advanced features such as macros and how to enhance your documents by customising design styles

16/1/12 Mon 7.15–9.15

10 Hull U

U1103IT

Learn How to Mix Live Music Digitally – learn how to mix recorded live music in a professional recording studio

18/1/12 Wed 7–9

10 Hull E

H1103MU

Learn More About Your PC – for those with some prior knowledge. Introduces spreadsheets, databases and the use of graphics

19/1/12 Thu 7.15–9.15

10 Hull U

U1106IT

Creating Documents Using Microsoft Word – learn how to create professional looking documents including business letters and publicity leaflets 19/4/12 Thu 7.15–9.15

10 Hull U

U1119IT

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H1101CO

B1102AR

10 Pocklington M1101AR 10 Swanland H1102AR 10 Hull D H1101AR

Computing and Digital Media

Counselling Suicide Awareness – for practitioners and those with a professional interest in suicide and how it can affect lives. Will also cover attitudes and prevention strategies

www.hull.ac.uk/cll

8/10/11 Sat 9.30–4.30

Hull S

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Counselling Skills: UFA Study Route* – a 30–week course enabling progression onto professional training as a counsellor. Includes five Counselling Skills modules and a case study. This 6/10/11 Thu 5.30 -9 is a 60-credit course requiring a minimum of 42 hours of 8/10/11 Sat 10–1.30 previous counselling skills training 10/1/12 Tue 5.30–9

30 Hull F 30 Hull F 30 Hull F

H1119CO H1112CO H1107CO

An Introduction to Counselling Skills 1* – explores the purpose of the counselling role and the initial stages of the process. No previous training required

10 Hull U 10 Hull U 10 Hull U

U1106CO U1100CO U1103CO

An Introduction to Counselling Skills 2* – a continuation course 26/9/11 Mon 12.30–2.30 covering the stages of the counselling process which further 17/1/12 Tue 7–9.30 develops skills in the role of counsellor 18/1/12 Wed 7–9.30 19/1/12 Thu 7–9.30

10 10 10 10

Hull K Hull U Hull U Hull U

H1126CO U1107CO U1101CO U1104CO

An Introduction to Counselling Skills 3* – a continuation course 30/9/11 Fri 9.30–11.30 covering theories of gestalt, transactional analysis and 17/4/12 Tue 7–9.30 cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) 18/4/12 Wed 7–9.30 19/4/12 Thu 7–9.30

10 10 10 10

Hull K Hull U Hull U Hull U

H1116CO U1108CO U1102CO U1105CO

27/9/11 Tue 7–9.30 28/9/11 Wed 7–9.30 29/9/11 Thu 7–9.30

Creative Writing

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A Good Read: What Makes a Book a Real Page Turner? – an introduction to popular literary fiction, which books make the bestseller lists and why and how to read with a critical eye

26/9/11 Mon 4.15–6.05

10 Hull U

U1100LI

So You Want to Write a Book? Getting Started – for those with some writing experience and a portfolio of writing. Learn the skills of editing, putting a manuscript together and participate in group analysis and discussion

26/9/11 Mon 7–9

10 Hull U

U1106LI

So You Want to Write a Book? Style and Structure – students must have completed the first module. We will look at: analysis of chapter synopsis and book plan; character analysis; language analysis; and group feedback on your manuscript extract 16/1/12 Mon 7–9

10 Hull U

U1107LI

So You Want to Write a Book? The End is Nigh! – You should have completed the second module and will be required to extract 2000 words from your manuscript for feedback from the class. We will look at: analysis of pace and chapter headings; analysis of character development; strengths and weaknesses of style and a brief overview of how publishing works 16/4/12 Mon 7–9

10 Hull U

U1108LI

An Introduction to Creative Writing – designed for new creative writers and includes an introduction to short story writing 27/9/11 Tue 10.15–12.45 8

Hull U

U1103LI

First Steps in Creative Writing – a continuation course for new creative writers and develops short story writing skills such as narrative voice, settings, plot and genres

17/1/12 Tue 10.15–12.45 8

Hull U

U1104LI

Creative Writing in Practice – a continuation course, put your creative writing skills into practice, also covers dialogue research and children’s stories

17/4/12 Tue 10.15–12.45 8

Hull U

U1105LI

Creative Writing and Editing – discover ways to write and edit your own work, develop skills in the close editing of written material and find ways to polish your stories and poems

27/9/11 Tue 1–3

10 Springth’rpe S1100LI

Creative Writing: Once Upon A Time – focuses on writing short stories including narrative voice, settings, characterisation, beginnings, plot and short story structure

27/9/11 Tue 1.15–3.05 28/9/11 Wed 7–9

10 Hull U 10 Hull U

U1110LI U1111LI


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Creative Writing: The Story Continues – focuses on writing short stories including using a letter format, genres, research, notebooks, dialogue, conflict and pace

17/1/12 Tue 1.15–3.05 18/1/12 Wed 7–9

10 Hull U 10 Hull U

U1114LI U1115LI

Creative Writing: Happily Ever After – focuses on writing short stories including characterisation, writing for an audience, editing and endings

17/4/12 Tue 1.15-3.05 18/4/12 Wed 7–9

10 Hull U 10 Hull U

U1119LI U1120LI

An Introduction to Writing for Children – covering different genres in children’s fiction; consideration of ages and stages of reading development; characterisation, dialogue,setting and storyline

29/9/11 Thu 10.15 – 12.45 8

Hull U

U1109LI

Writing for Children: Mystery Stories – Covers: setting – what kind of mystery; plotting apath; concealing/revealing clues; character and dialogue

19/1/12 Thu 10.15 – 12.45 8

Hull U

U1112LI

Writing for Children: Contemporary Realism – focuses on core elements such as: subject matter and point of view; character development and dialogue; setting, language and narrative structure

19/4/12 Thu 10.15 – 12.45 8

Hull U

U1113LI

Writing for Magazines – discover ways to write for specialist interest magazines using readership profiling techniques and learn how to write feature articles 17/1/12 Tue 1-3

10 Springth’rpe S1101LI

Writing for the Stage – introducing ideas behind writing a script for the stage, looking at dramatic techniques and devices and creating conflict and tension

10 Springth’rpe S1102LI

17/4/12 Tue 1-3

Creative Writing UFA Study Route* – a 60-credit award with three optional and three compulsory modules. Develop writing skills, learn about different styles, how to use language creatively and how to write for different audiences. Designed to prepare w/c 26/09/11 1 year Hull U N/A you for the University’s part-time degree in Creative Writing A mix of day and evening classes available

Employability Skills Make Yourself More Employable – aimed at anyone seeking to improve your chances of employment, looking at how to create 27/9/11 Tue 1.15-3.05 a portfolio and negotiate, network and present yourself 17/1/12 Tue 1.15-3.05

10 Hull U 10 Hull U

U1102LS U1107LS

Changing Your Career and Moving On After Redundancy – aimed at anyone wanting to improve or change career direction, especially, but not exclusively after redundancy. Learn how to plan and implement a new career or study path and how to enhance your personal development 28/9/11 Wed 7–9

10 Hull U

U1110LS

6 6 6

U1104MG U1105MG U1106MG

Enterprise Skills and Entrepreneurship Enterprise Skills – develop an entrepreneurial mindset and become more enterprising in life or work, learn through active participation in a practical setting

www.hull.ac.uk/cll

11/10/11 Tue 2.15-5.05 21/2/12 Tue 2.15-5.05 2/5/12 Wed 2.15-5.05

Hull U Hull U Hull U

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Environmental Studies An Introduction to Ecology – takes a look at the natural world, the organisms in it and how they relate to their environment, biodiversity and the distribution of plants and animals. Includes one field-trip

28/9/11 Wed 7.30–9.30

9

Hull U

U1101NS

Global Climate Change: An Overview – considers the factors that drive the earth’s climate system and understand climate change, its consequences and future directions 18/1/12 Wed 7.30–9.30

10 Hull U

U1103NS

Environmental Issues – considers the ecological implications of real world issues such as deforestation, desertification and climate change; with a focus on biodiversity threats and conservation. Includes one field-trip 18/4/12 Wed 7.30–9.30

9

U1102NS

Hull U

Genealogy Family History: An Introduction – for beginner and improver, covers research techniques, record keeping and presentation, civil and parochial registers and population census

28/9/11 Wed 1.15-3.05 16/1/12 Mon 7–9

10 Hull U U1100HI 10 Scunth’pe A T1101HI

Family History: The Next Steps – approach the more challenging aspects of family history research including: wills, poor law records and internet search techniques

18/1/12 Wed 1.15-3.05

10 Hull U

U1101HI

More of your Family History – covers the more technically challenging aspects of research including: foreign ancestry, taxation records and palaeography (ancient writing)

18/4/12 Wed 1.15-3.05

10 Hull U

U1102HI

The Buildings, Geology and Scenery of the Northern Yorkshire Wolds – explore the area by examining the underlying geology and buildings of this beautiful region. Includes three field trips

14/9/11 Wed 2.15–4.05

5

Hull U

E1101PS

Rocks and Minerals – study rocks and minerals that can be found locally, identify minerals using their physical properties and recognise rocks and investigate how they form

28/9/11 Wed 7.30–9.30

10 Hull U

U1100PS

Rocks and Minerals Through the Microscope – discover this exciting world. Study the optical properties of minerals and see rock textures in greater detail 18/1/12 Wed 7.30–9.30

10 Hull U

U1101PS

Collecting Rocks, Minerals and Fossils – further your understanding of our planet and environment, how to collect safely and responsibly and how to care for your collection. Includes three field trips held at weekends

18/4/12 Wed 7.30–9.30

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Hull U

U1102PS

Rocks and Fossils of the Yorkshire Coast – discover how scientists use fieldwork to understand ancient environments and how our climate has changed in the last 200 million years. Includes four weekend field trips, dependent upon tides

18/7/12 Wed 7.30–9.30

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Hull U

E1100PS

Geology

Health and Well Being Women in Transition – involves drawing your ‘lifeline’ and considers your ‘identity’. We will also look at lifecycles, what is change and transition, facing change and how we cope 26/9/11 Mon 9.30–11.30 10 Immingham S1103HS

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Health Issues – learn more about key issues of health and development, including: physical and mental health, health inequalities, globalisation and media influences

28/9/11 Wed 10.15-12.05 10 Hull U

Diet and Stress: Is There a Link? – considers how food can lower 28/9/11 Wed 1.30–3.30 stress levels, which foods can help and if one diet does suit all 29/9/11 Thu 1-3

wks location

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U1101HS

10 Cleethorpes S1100HS 10 Grimsby W G1100HS

Natural Health Workshops for Women – considers natural approaches to women’s health, cosmetics and how women are portrayed in the media

16/1/12 Mon 9.30–11.30 10 Immingham S1104HS

Healthy and Happy: How? – considers how to achieve and maintain a healthier lifestyle

18/1/12 Wed 1.30–3.30 19/1/12 Thu 1-3

10 Cleethorpes S1101HS 10 Grimsby W G1101HS

Holistic Health Care – considers what is holistic health care and how it can be applied to our lives. Also looks at natural family health care and its safety 16/4/12 Mon 9.30–11.30 10 Immingham S1105HS Feel Good Inside, Look Good Outside – consider simple and safe exercise routines, self-help massage techniques and discuss natural products

18/4/12 Wed 1.30–3.30 19/4/12 Thu 1-3

10 Cleethorpes S1102HS 10 Grimsby W G1102HS

Languages – French French for Beginners 1 – a lively course for people new to the language, or those who wish to ‘start again’. Includes everyday situations, listening and speaking exercises and role plays 27/9/11 Tue 7.15–9.15

10 Hull U

U1106FL

French for Beginners 2 – a continuation course designed to enable you to gain more confidence in everyday situations and expand your vocabulary and understanding

17/1/12 Tue 7.15–9.15

10 Hull U

U1113FL

French for Beginners 3 – a continuation course designed to further develop your confidence and extend your language skills 17/4/12 Tue 7.15–9.15

10 Hull U

U1132FL

Fluency in French 1 – for those who have a very good grasp of and who love speaking French, develop confidence in expressing opinions and describing events 29/9/11 Thu 9.30–11.30

10 Beverley Q

B1101FL

Fluency in French 2 – a continuation course

19/1/12 Thu 9.30–11.30

10 Beverley Q

B1103FL

Fluency in French 3 – a continuation course

19/4/12 Thu 9.30–11.30

10 Beverley Q

B1105FL

Advanced Conversational French 1 – improve your fluency and develop your conversation skills. You should already be familiar with grammatical structures 27/9/11 Tue 9.30–11.30

10 Beverley T

B1104FL

Advanced Conversational French 2 – a continuation course

17/1/12 Tue 9.30–11.30

10 Beverley T

B1102FL

Advanced Conversational French 3 – a continuation course

17/4/12 Tue 9.30–11.30

10 Beverley T

B1110FL

French for Intermediates 1 – for those with a sound basic knowledge but who wish to improve their communication skills through a better understanding of grammar 27/9/11 Tue 12.30–2.30

10 Beverley T

B1106FL

French for Intermediates 2 – a continuation course

17/1/12 Tue 12.30–2.30

10 Beverley T

B1100FL

French for Intermediates 3 – a continuation course

17/4/12 Tue 12.30–2.30

10 Beverley T

B1108FL

French for Improvers 1 – for those with some basic knowledge who wish to understand and communicate more effectively in everyday situations

28/9/11 Wed 1.15-3.05

10 Hull U

U1135FL

French for Improvers 2 – a continuation course

18/1/12 Wed 1.15-3.05

10 Hull U

U1114FL

French for Improvers 3 – a continuation course

18/4/12 Wed 1.15-3.05

10 Hull U

U1108FL

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Modern French 1 – improve your knowledge of French language and society by studying popular French contemporary novels 28/9/11 Wed 11.15-1.05

10 Hull U

U1156FL

Modern French 2 – a continuation course

18/1/12 Wed 11.15-1.05

10 Hull U

U1157FL

Modern French 3 – a continuation course

18/4/12 Wed 11.15-1.05

10 Hull U

U1158FL

Moving on in French 1 – for those who have completed a beginner’s course. Build on your existing knowledge of French and increase your confidence in speaking

29/9/11 Thu 7.15–9.15

10 Hull U

U1112FL

Moving on in French 2 – a continuation course designed to develop your language skills, use French more confidently and learn about how the French live

19/1/12 Thu 7.15–9.15

10 Hull U

U1111FL

Moving on in French 3 – a continuation course designed to improve your conversational skills and develop your knowledge of French cultural and social life 19/4/12 Thu 7.15–9.15

10 Hull U

U1133FL

Languages – German Get Started in German – a beginner’s introduction to the language, culture and basic survival skills in German

27/9/11 Tue 7.30–9.30

10 Hull U

U1109FL

More Basic German – a continuation course, learn more basic survival skills, develop structural awareness and see how the language works

17/1/12 Tue 7.30–9.30

10 Hull U

U1160FL

Let’s Talk German – designed for those who have completed a beginners course, learn to express yourself freely and confidently and expand your vocabulary

28/9/11 Wed 7.30–9.30

10 Hull U

U1107FL

Let’s Talk More German – a continuation course, build your confidence, enjoy practising spoken German, expand your vocabulary and background knowledge

18/1/12 Wed 7.30–9.30

10 Hull U

U1154FL

German Workshop – aimed at those with a previous knowledge of German, improve your vocabulary, learn more about German life and culture and practise your speaking skills 16/4/12 Mon 7.30–9.30

10 Hull U

U1155FL

Languages – Italian

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Beginners Italian 1 – for complete beginners, learn about everyday situations, holidays and basic conversation

27/9/11 Tue 7.15–9.15

10 Hull U

U1142FL

Beginners Italian 2 – a continuation for those with a very basic knowledge to gain confidence in speaking and writing

17/1/12 Tue 7.15–9.15

10 Hull U

U1144FL

Beginners Italian 3 – for those who have previously studied Italian at an appropriate level, extend your language skills for holidays, work and life

17/4/12 Tue 7.15–9.15

10 Hull U

U1149FL

Intermediate Italian 1 – for those who have a working knowledge, improve your speaking, listening and writing skills 28/9/11 Wed 7.15–9.15

10 Hull U

U1145FL

Intermediate Italian 2 – a continuation course to develop your conversational skills and expand your vocabulary and grammar 18/1/12 Wed 7.15–9.15

10 Hull U

U1146FL

Intermediate Italian 3 – a continuation course to extend your language skills for holidays, work and life

10 Hull U

U1141FL

18/4/12 Wed 7.15–9.15


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Languages – Mandarin Chinese Let’s Speak Chinese! Beginners 1 – gain a basic foundation in both language and culture by learning basic survival skills 27/9/11 Tue 7.00–9.00

10 Hull U

U1134FL

Let’s Speak Chinese! Beginners 2 – a continuation course to gain more confidence in everyday Chinese and learn some basic written characters 31/1/12 Tue 6.30–9

8

Hull U

U1147FL

Let’s Speak Chinese! Beginners 3 – a continuation course to build up your vocabulary and feel comfortable using simple written and spoken Chinese

10 Hull U

U1148FL

Let’s Speak More Chinese! Intermediate 1 – for those who have completed a beginners course to build your confidence and expand practical speaking, listening and writing skills 28/9/11 Wed 7.00–9.00

10 Hull U

U1136FL

Let’s Speak More Chinese! Intermediate 2 – a continuation course to improve your communication skills, learn more about written characters and Chinese culture 1/2/12

8

Hull U

U1139FL

25/4/12 Wed 7.00–9.00

10 Hull U

U1140FL

29/9/11 Thu 4.15–6.05

10 Hull U

U1150FL

Conversational Polish: Beginners 2 – a continuation course for those with a basic knowledge to gain more confidence in speaking and expand your vocabulary and understanding 19/1/12 Thu 4.15–6.05

10 Hull U

U1151FL

Conversational Polish: Beginners 3 – a continuation course to extend your language skills for holidays, work and life

10 Hull U

U1152FL

Beginners Russian 1 – develop basic communication skills and explore Russian cultural and social life 27/9/11 Tue 6.15–8.15

10 Hull U

U1124FL

Beginners Russian 2 – a continuation course to develop your skills further

17/1/12 Tue 6.15–8.15

10 Hull U

U1126FL

Beginners Russian 3 – a continuation course to consolidate your existing language skills and prepare for the next level 17/4/12 Tue 6.15–8.15

10 Hull U

U1137FL

Intermediate Russian 1 – aimed at building up grammar and vocabulary to develop further speaking and listening skills

28/9/11 Wed 6.15–8.15

10 Hull U

U1127FL

Intermediate Russian 2 – a continuation course to develop your speaking and listening skills further 18/1/12 Wed 6.15–8.15

10 Hull U

U1128FL

Intermediate Russian 3 – a continuation course to consolidate your existing language skills, expand and improve your vocabulary and grammar

10 Hull U

U1153FL

Let’s Speak More Chinese! Intermediate 3 – a continuation course to develop your ability and confidence in speaking and writing

24/4/12 Tue 7.00–9.00

Wed 6.30–9

Languages – Polish Conversational Polish: Beginners 1 – for absolute beginners this dynamic course covers basic conversational Polish and an insight into the culture

19/4/12 Thu 4.15–6.05

Languages – Russian

www.hull.ac.uk/cll

18/4/12 Wed 6.15–8.15

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Course name

starts

when

wks location

code

Languages – Spanish Spanish for all Occasions: Beginners 1 – for those new to Spanish, enables you to speak, write and understand Spanish

26/9/11 Mon 7–9 27/9/11 Tue 7–9

10 Hull U 10 Hull U

U1123FL U1120FL

Spanish for all Occasions: Beginners 2 – a continuation course for those who have a basic knowledge, expand your vocabulary 16/1/12 Mon 7–9 and understanding and gain confidence in speaking 17/1/11 Tue 7–9

10 Hull U 10 Hull U

U1138FL U1117FL

Spanish for all Occasions: Beginners 3 – a continuation course for those who have a basic knowledge, extend your language 16/4/12 Mon 7–9 skills for holidays, work and life 17/4/12 Tue 7–9

10 Hull U 10 Hull U

U1143FL U1130FL

Speak More Spanish: Intermediate 1 – for those with a basic knowledge and use of past and future tenses, develop your speaking skills and expand your vocabulary

28/9/11 Wed 7–9

10 Hull U

U1119FL

Speak More Spanish: Intermediate 2 – a continuation course

18/1/12 Wed 7–9

10 Hull U

U1116FL

Speak More Spanish: Intermediate 3 – a continuation course

18/4/12 Wed 7–9

10 Hull U

U1131FL

Speak More Spanish: Intermediate 1 – for those who are fluent but not quite ready for advanced classes

30/9/11 Fri 7–9

10 Hull U

U1159FL

29/9/11 Thu 7–9

10 Hull U

U1118FL

Speaking Spanish Fluently: Advanced 2 – a continuation course for those with a working knowledge, improve your writing, listening and speaking, including group discussion 19/1/12 Thu 7–9

10 Hull U

U1115FL

Speaking Spanish Fluently: Advanced 3 – a continuation course for those with a working knowledge, extend your language skills for holidays, work and life 19/4/12 Thu 7–9

10 Hull U

U1129FL

3 3

Speaking Spanish Fluently: Advanced 1 – for those with a working knowledge of Spanish, improve your listening and comprehension skills

Life Skills

10

Drug Awareness – for those working in the relevant settings, examine different drugs and the law, the stigma and stereotyping of drug users and the social effects of drugs

26/9/11 Mon 9.30–5 25/4/12 Wed 9.30–5

Hull U Hull U

U1106LS U1108LS

Self-Esteem and Confidence – learn how to understand and improve your self esteem and develop the skills to deal with criticism

26/9/11 Mon 10.15–12.05 10 Hull U

U1105LS

Assertiveness – learn how to deal more confidently with issues and situations, discover how behaviour and language affects communications and develop techniques and strategies 26/9/11 Mon 2.15–4.05

10 Hull U

U1103LS

How to be a Good Mentor – aimed at those who want to become mentors in any kind of setting. Develop the key knowledge, skills and understanding required and consider and evaluate different modes and methods available 26/9/11 Mon 7–9

10 Hull U

U1111LS

That’s Not What I Meant!’: Improve Your Communication Skills – develop your interpersonal skills and understanding of the different types of communication

16/1/12 Mon 2.15–4.05

10 Hull U

U1109LS

Connecting with Others – develop your skills in working with other people including: communication and listening skills, assertiveness and confidence, empathy, resolving conflicts, diversity and managing change

30/1/12 Mon 9.30–5

3

U1100LS

Hull U


Course name

starts

Managing Conflict – explore your relationship with conflict and learn how to practice and apply creative methods of dealing with conflict and anger 5/3/12 Stress Management – for those exposed to the effects of negative stress – learn how to identify the physical effects of stress and develop a range of coping strategies and skills

when

Mon 9.30–5

wks location

3

code

Hull U

U1104LS

16/4/12 Mon 10.15–12.05 10 Hull U

U1101LS

Local History Discovering Local History: People and Places – develop the skills required to undertake local history research with confidence and accuracy, including: wills, inventories, land registry, maps and archaeological evidence

26/9/11 Mon 7–9

10 Scunth’pe A T1100HI

Eastern Yorkshire: An Introduction to Local and Regional History – examine the development of Hull, the coastal towns and the changes in rural and urban life

17/1/12 Tue 1.30–3.30

10 Hull B

The History of your House: An Introduction – research and record the history of a property with confidence and accuracy. Identify and interpret the documents that unlock the secrets

16/4/12 Mon 7–9

10 Scunth’pe A T1102HI

Far Horizons: From Hull and East Yorkshire to the Ends of the Earth – explore the lives and backgrounds of a range of local people who made their mark in various parts of the world

17/4/12 Tue 1.15–3.05

10 Hull U

H1100LH

U1102LH

Management Skills and Continuing Professional Development An Introduction to Leadership and Management – develop a good working knowledge and understanding of both the theory and practice of management and leadership 27/9/11 Tue 6.30–8.30

10 Hull U

U1103AD

An Introduction to Project Management – aimed at anyone who is interested in managing projects more effectively, includes: planning, implementing and evaluating a project and learn over a dozen tools and techniques to help you in your project management. Useful for work, research or practical projects

5/10/11 2/11/11 8/2/12 8/5/12

4 4 4 4

Hull U Hull U Hull U Hull U

U1100MG U1101MG U1102MG U1103MG

Creativity and Problem Solving Workshop* – a one-day workshop that introduces you to a range of useful tools and techniques to help you become more creative in your business and personal life

6/12/11 Tue 10.15–4.05 1 16/3/12 Fri 10.15–4.05 1 22/3/12 Thu 10.15–4.05 1

Hull U Hull U Hull U

U1107MG U1108MG U1109MG

Project Management Skills – acquire and develop a working knowledge of theory and practical skills, including planning and delivering a project and managing a project team

17/1/12 Tue 6.30–8.30

10 Hull U

U1101AD

Improve Your Business and Increase Your Profits – learn how to improve your basic knowledge of business practice and improve your profits. Create and implement a business plan, how to analyse and then implement changes to your business 19/1/12 Wed 7–9

10 Hull U

U1113MG

Customer Service* – a one-day workshop on developing, delivering and improving organisational customer service. Learn how to use a range of useful and effective tools and techniques to help improve your own customer service skills or the customer service offered by your organisation

7/2/12 Tue 10.15–4.05 14/2/12 Tue 10.15–4.05 5/6/12 Tue 10.15–4.05

1 1 1

Hull U Hull U Hull U

U1110MG U1111MG U1112MG

Managing Teams and Others – an introduction to the theory and practice of effective management of teams and others

1/5/12

10 Hull U

U1100AD

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Wed 2.15–5.05 Wed 2.15–5.05 Wed 2.15–5.05 Tue 2.15–5.05

Tue 6.30–8.30

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Course name

starts

when

wks location

code

16/1/12 Mon 4.15–6.05

10 Hull U

27/9/11 Tue 10–12 27/9/11 Tue 2.30–4.30 29/9/11 Thu 2-4

10 Grimsby C G1100MU 10 Scunth’pe W T1100MU 10 Barton S1100MU

Media Studies Introduction to Media Concepts – broaden your knowledge of the concepts and theories of today’s media and develop your skills in analysing and understanding the roles it performs

U1101LI

Music Liszt and the Hungarian Musical Tradition – look at exotic sounds, exciting rhythms, unusual instruments whilst studying Liszt, Kodály and Bartók

Listening to Music – for those who listen to music at home or at concerts and want to learn more 28/9/11 Wed 10.15-12.15 10 Cottingham H1100MU Shakespeare and Music in the 19th and 20th Centuries – Shakespeare inspired a great deal of music and we shall study examples by Mendelssohn, Verdi, Vaughan Williams, Walton and others

17/1/12 Tue 10–12

10 Grimsby C

Russian Music in the 20th Century – look at: Prokofiev (ballet and cinema), Stravinsky (ballet and concert hall) and Shostakovich (symphonies and chamber music)

17/1/12 Tue 2.30–4.30

10 Scunth’pe W T1101MU

Listening to More Music – for those who listen to music at home or at concerts and want to learn more

18/1/12 Wed 10.15-12.15 10 Cottingham H1101MU

Schubert in His Time and Ours – in a life of only 31 years he produced a vast amount of melodious, colourful and exiting music. We study it against a background of his life and times. Symphonies, chamber and instrumental music, songs galore!

19/1/12 Thu 2–4

10 Barton

G1101MU

S1101MU

Psychology Why Do People Behave As They Do? Introduction to Psychology – we examine the impact of psychology on our everyday lives, how the memory works, stress, bonding and relationships, abnormal psychology, anorexia, phobias and schizophrenia 26/9/11 Mon 9.15–12.05 7

12

Hull U

U1108PY

An Introduction to Psychology: Abnormal Psychology – considers and evaluates three main categories of abnormal psychology including: anxiety related disorders, mood disorders and schizophrenia. Also considers some of the treatments available 26/9/11 Mon 4–6

10 Hull K

H1101PY

An Introduction to Social Psychology – for those interested in the way people behave, including: non-verbal communication, cognitive dissonance theory and attribution theory

3 Hull U 10 Hull U

U1105PY U1110PY

27/9/11 Tue 9.30–5 19/4/12 Thu 7–9

Today’s Child: An Introduction to Developmental Psychology – considers the importance of developing as an individual, social 27/9/11 Tue 7–9 10 Grimsby F roles and aggression in children 16/1/12 Mon 9.15–12.05 7 Hull U

G1102PY U1103PY

An Introduction to Forensic Psychology – for those interested in the psychology of crime and criminals. Considers juvenile delinquents and questions how much blame society should accept, and psychopaths, are they evil or suffering from mental 29/9/11 Thu 7–9 health problems? 17/1/12 Tue 9.30–5

U1100PY U1101PY

10 Hull U 3 Hull U


Course name

starts

when

An Introduction to Psychology: Aggression In Children – considers how this could be linked to aggression on TV, the use of instrumental and hostile aggression by children and evaluates key biological and behaviourist theories 16/1/12 Mon 4–6

wks location

code

10 Hull K

H1100PY

Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP): Basics – covers how beliefs and values drive behaviour and how NLP techniques can improve communications and relations 16/1/12 Mon 10.15–12.05 10 Hull U

U1106PY

Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP): Intermediate – for those with a basic understanding of NLP – understand your own behaviour better and improve your communication skills and relationships further by using NLP techniques

16/4/12 Mon 2.15–4.05

10 Hull U

U1102PY

Psychology: Social Interaction – for anyone interested in learning more about psychology, including: bystander apathy, aggression and group interaction

19/1/12 Thu 7–9 17/4/12 Tue 9.30–5

10 Hull U 3 Hull U

U1107PY U1109PY

10 Grimsby F

G1101PY

27/9/11 Tue 7–9

10 Hull U

U1103HI

The People and Their Local Community – use contemporary sources to understand how local communities spent their social life and how they developed politically and culturally in the fast and challenging generation before 1920 17/1/12 Tue 7–9

10 Hull U

U1105HI

The Role of the State in People’s Lives – explore how political change was used to solve the problems brought to society in the wake of fast growth and development 17/4/11 Tue 7–9

10 Hull U

U1104HI

27/9/11 Tue 7–9

10 Hull U

U1104SS

Understanding Contemporary Society: The Globalizing World – an intoduction to sociology which examines globalisation, one of the major influences in our world, and how what we do in Britain can affect the lives of people across the world. We will look at: how technology has led to the development of a global society and consider if it is possible to solve global problems such as poverty and famine 17/1/12 Tue 7–9

10 Hull U

U1105SS

Understanding Contemporary Society: Consumer Society – an intoduction to sociology for anyone who is interested in what we consume and why. We will look at the main features of consumer society including niche markets; the influence of consumerism on the individual and on local and global markets 17/4/12 Tue 7–9

10 Hull U

U1106SS

Understanding People’s Behaviour: Introduction to Psychology – for those interested in the psychology of relationships, attraction, friendship and love, adolescence and old age 17/4/12 Tue 7–9

Social and Economic History Certainty and Change in Late Victorian Hull and East Yorkshire: How People Made a Living – considers the many issues our forebears faced in earning a living to provide for the needs of their family

Sociology Understanding Contemporary Society: To Here from Modernity – an introduction which considers the foundation of sociology as the study of modern society and how it has developed and changed in to the 21st century. We will look at: the influence of the Enlightenment on the founding of classic sociology and modern society; modern and postmodern views of individuals and society

www.hull.ac.uk/cll

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Course name

starts

when

wks location

code

Social Inclusion – explore discrimination, prejudice, oppression and how social exclusion occurs. Topics may include: racism, sexuality, gender, social class, disability and mental health, prisoners and ex-offenders, drug users, religion, commercial sex workers and young people. This is a discussion/ 10/10/11 Mon 9.30–5 activity based course 9/5/12 Wed 9.30–5

3 3

Hull U Hull U

U1101SS U1102SS

Skills in Groupwork – for anyone who may have to facilitate a group or has an interest in how groups work. By the end of the course you will have planned, facilitated and evaluated a groupwork task in a friendly and supportive environment

16/1/12 Mon 9.30–5

3

Hull U

U1103SS

26/9/11 27/9/11 6/10/11 16/1/12 17/1/12 17/1/12 16/4/12 17/4/12 17/4/12

10 10 10 10 10 10 8 10 8

Hull U Hull U Hull U Hull U Hull U Hull U Hull U Hull U Hull U

U1100AE U1105AE U1110AE U1112AE U1109AE U1104AE U1113AE U1108AE U1107AE

Study Skills Study Skills for Beginners and Returners – aimed at those who are new to study or are returning after a break. Learn how to plan, research, write and reference essays and reports, meet deadlines, read and write critically, avoid exam stress and deliver presentations

Mon 7–9 Tue 7–9 Thu 7–9 Mon 7–9 Tue 10.15-12.05 Tue 7–9 Mon 7–9.30 Tue 10.15-12.05 Tue 7–9.30

Developing Your Writing Skills for Creative Writing – consider basic English grammar and how to use language and form to determine meaning, enabling you to write more clearly and confidently. Aimed at creative writing students but suitable for everyone

26/9/11 Mon 1.15-3.05 16/1/12 Mon 1.15-3.05

10 Hull U 10 Hull U

U1101AE U1102AE

Develop Your Writing Skills Further – this course continues to build confidence and develop your knowledge and understanding of grammar and language

16/4/12 Mon 1.15-3.05

10 Hull U

U1102LI

29/9/11 Thu 1.15–4.05 19/1/12 Thu 1.15–4.05 19/4/12 Thu 1.15–4.05

10 Hull U 10 Hull U 10 Hull U

U1110SS U1111SS U1112SS

28/9/11 Wed 6.30–8.30

10 Hull U

U1100SS

Working with Young People: UFA Study Route* – a 30-week, 60-credit course for those engaging with young people and their transition into adulthood, including providing services to the young, promoting their interests and development 5/10/11 Wed 10.15-3.05

30 Hull U

U1116SS

Welfare Rights Welfare Rights* – a comprehensive introduction to the current social security system including details of the conditions of entitlement for all contributory, non-contributory and meanstested benefits, the administration, decision-making and appeals procedures for benefits

Youth Work Street Based Youth Work – aimed at those new to youth work or expanding their centre-based experience. Explore outreach youth work and how to engage young people in informal education outside traditional settings

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University Foundation Award

CLL Prospectus 2011/3.6.11/Martin/Lou/Job 2510

Example study routes

Creative Writing Study Route

Counselling Study Route

Creative Writing: Once Upon a Time

Introduction to Person-Centred Counselling

Developing Your Writing Skills

Issues in Counselling

Creative Writing: The Story Continues

Introduction to Gestalt Theory and Skills

Writing Poetry: To Rhyme or not to Rhyme

Counselling in Context

Study Skills for Beginners and Returners

Developing Counselling Practice

Final piece of work

Final piece of work – Case Study

University Foundation Award

University Foundation Award


Expand your horizons One small step is all it takes to transform your life with our exciting new short courses, whatever your age, experience or qualifications.

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