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Second Edition

Prospectus & Course Guide 2012

It's Liverpool.

It's your College.


It’s your future.


An open letter from the Principal to prospective students, parents, carers and advisers. I took up post at the college as its new Principal last June and I am delighted to have the opportunity of welcoming you here. There are a wide variety of reasons why you should consider joining us to further your studies and your journey towards a career. • We are an outstanding college that is both one of the largest and one of the best in the country. We are also the only Grade one FE college on Merseyside and one of only eighteen nationally that Ofsted has rated 'outstanding' twice or more. • We are the only FE college in the City of Liverpool. More than a third of all 16-18 year olds in the City study with us. The reason we can support so many people is because we have an exceptionally wide range of qualifications and career paths for you to choose from, and strong relationships with employers to help you into work with good qualifications. • Our students are respected as individuals and as adults. Staff are on hand to give you support when you need it, and space is provided for you to learn as an individual in our fully equipped learning resource centres.

It’s your choice.

• Many employers in Liverpool already have former students of the college on their staff - often in very senior positions. They understand and value the vocational qualifications you can achieve at our College. We work directly with many employers in the private, public and voluntary sectors through Apprenticeships and continued training for their staff. This means that we keep up to date with what employers need, equipping you with better skills to find employment and giving you a better outcome. • The College has invested £50 million in university quality facilities and learning resources. You don't need to leave the College to gain many Higher Education qualifications. However, if you do decide to go on to university, the qualifications you achieve, alongside the practical experience that forms part of your course, are highly valued by admissions tutors nationwide. Why not give us an hour or so of your time to see what we have to offer? I look forward to welcoming you into the College this year. Best Wishes

Elaine Bowker


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Total, tailored support -  Personal Tutors -  Learning Support Team -  Learning Mentors   Your career starts here -  Skills that count -  Prepared for work -  Expert help - National Skills Academies

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Moving towards Higher Education -  A-levels / Level 3 diplomas (BTEC & NVQs) -  Apprenticeships - Access to HE and Foundation Degrees - Links with universities and employers - Why study higher education at the College?   Campus -  Live and learn -  City centre locations -  Advice and support -  Campus in heart of the city -  Learning Exchange -  The Arts Centre -  Bankfield Road -  Clarence Street -  Duke Street -  Vauxhall Road   Getting the most out of college life -  Be active. Experience. Enjoy! -  Volunteering -  In print and on air -  Giving something back   Information, advice and guidance -  FIND... the right level -  APPLY... for the right course -  MOVE... in the right direction

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Student voice -  Have your say (Student Union) -  Building a community   Economic Drivers -  SuperPort -  Visitor Economy -  Knowledge Economy -  Environmental Technologies   Courses and how to apply -  How to apply

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, l a t o T d e r o l tai t r o p p su We understand that everyone is an individual and has their own needs. When you apply to the College, you’ll have the opportunity to tell us all about ‘you’ – your circumstances, and any specific requirements you might have, whether personal, physical or career-related. This is important, as we can tailor our support to enable you to learn, develop and achieve in the way that’s best for you. First of all, you’ll be given your own Personal Tutor. Your tutor is not just there for your learning. They will care for you as a person, listen to any worries you might have, discover your hopes and goals and arrange further support if required. If you’re under 18 years, your tutor will also keep your parents up to speed on your progress. Our dedicated Learning Support Team has extensive knowledge of different needs and how best to support them. They can help you with practical arrangements, both in class and around college, whether you have specific learning difficulties, dyslexia, physical disabilities, hearing and visual impairments, or other personal care needs. Sometimes students need a little extra encouragement to achieve their full potential. Our team of highly skilled Learning Mentors are available to give you one-to-one support, offering you a listening ear, motivating you, improving your study skills and helping you to progress with complete confidence.

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Your career starts here Skills that count Having the skills that businesses really need is important when it comes to looking for work. Through our National Skills Academies – employer-led centres of excellence across a range of industries – Liverpool Community College is producing students with sought-after and world-class skills.

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Prepared for work Learning is one thing – doing is another. Most of our programmes provide opportunities to widen your knowledge around a particular specialist area. Part of your course may include working to a ‘live brief’ or securing work experience that gives real insight into the potential opportunities available in your chosen career. Expert help Many of our staff are fully experienced industry professionals, who know the importance of staying ahead of their game. Ongoing development of their specialist knowledge means you are taught skills for the jobs of the future.

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National Skills Academies

What are they? Much more than centres of learning, National Skills Academies (NSAs) deliver specialised, up-to-the-minute training in the skills and technical knowledge that businesses need. Shaped and led by employers, NSAs are actively developing a UK workforce that can compete with the rest of the world. The College holds National Skills Academies in: • • • • •

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Liverpool Community College is working with employers to provide a workforce fit for the future.

Colin Manning Restaurateur – Owner of 60 Hope Street, HOST & The Quarter The College has provided us with skilled apprentices, who share our passion for excellence in both cuisine and exceptional service.

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s d r a w n o o t i t g a n c i u v d o M her E Hig Liverpool Community College has one of the widest ranges of A-levels to choose from – and that alone makes us a perfect choice for pre-university study. However, it’s important to know that A-levels are not the only route into Higher Education. There are many paths you can take – it’s all about finding the one that suits you best. A-levels / Level 3 BTEC Diplomas and NVQs The College offers a huge range of nationally recognised qualifications, with the extra skills that universities desire built in to the programmes. Whether you choose to do A-levels, a BTEC (equivalent to 3 A-levels) or NVQs that develop practical and industry-recognised skills, you can prepare for further study and progression in your chosen career. Apprenticeships An apprenticeship is an excellent way to earn while you learn. You gain an accredited qualification, while your employer benefits from having a well-trained, relevantly skilled and dedicated member of staff. An apprenticeship can also be a passport to higher education qualifications, such as an HND, HNC or degree at the college or university. Access to HE and Foundation Degrees Often suited to adults looking to return to education, or those wishing to build up specialist skills, these courses – designed in partnership with employers and universities – provide an excellent platform to higher education.

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Liverpool Employers Value Their Apprentices

The future of Liverpool’s businesses depends greatly on the quality of the new staff they take on now. For many employers and talented and motivated students an Apprenticeship is the right option to kick-start a successful career. Apprentices earn a salary while learning the skills needed in their chosen occupation. Through the College, apprentices gain nationally recognised qualifications proving their specific skills. For many individuals, the initial starting point is at NVQ Level 2, which is the equivalent of five GCSEs A* - C. In many cases, there is the opportunity to progress to a Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship, officially recognised as equivalent to two A-levels. With the continuing support of their employers and in increasingly better paid jobs, many apprentices go on to gain higher education qualifications at the College such as HNC, HND and Foundation Degrees. The College offers an exceptional range of over 60 Apprenticeship frameworks, providing career pathways in nine major occupational areas in demand in the region. We work with many employers in the private, public and voluntary sectors and will help you to identify Apprenticeship opportunities to apply for. You don’t need to get an offer of an Apprenticeship before you apply to study at the College.

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Excellent links with employers and universities The College enjoys strong partnerships with universities awarding our degree qualifications. We meet frequently to ensure our higher level diplomas and degrees are constantly updated. Regular consultation with employers also maintains our training at current industry standards. Our university partners are Liverpool John Moores University, Edge Hill University, Manchester Metropolitan University and Liverpool Hope University.

Higher Education

Why study higher education at the College? We provide quality teaching that’s relevant to your career. Students also like our industry-standard facilities and small class sizes, which mean you get the attention you deserve from our dedicated teachers. Many people achieve their Higher Education qualifications through part-time study while at work.

Buy now pay later Our fees for full-time or part-time study are highly competitive. Did you know you don’t have to pay HE course fees until you start work and earn more than £21,000 per year?   Extra support We may be able to help you to meet extra costs, such as books or childcare. Talk to Student Services to find out more on 0151 252 3000.

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3 Higher level qualifications explained Higher National Certificate (HNC) A higher national certificate is a work-related Level 5 qualification equivalent to about one year’s full-time university study. It is designed to give you the skills you need for a particular profession. Higher National Diploma (HND)  A higher national diploma is similar to a HNC, but counts for about two years’ full-time university study. It is also a vocational Level 5 qualification valued by employers. Foundation Degree A Foundation Degree is a Level 5 qualification that combines academic study and work-based learning. It is specifically designed to give you the skills and knowledge to progress to a full Bachelor’s degree. Students unsure of their skill levels can take Foundation Degrees before progressing to a full degree.

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Liverpool Community College is working with employers to provide a workforce fit for the future.

Nicola Crilly HR Officer - Peel Ports We will be working with the college and other key stakeholders to design apprenticeship programmes that will ensure we get young people with industry specific skills. These are the future managers of the country’s major gateway to international goods.

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Live and learn Our multi-million-pound campus facilities, with their pioneering buildings, cutting-edge technology and gleaming recreational spaces, provide inspirational surroundings for study and student life. City centre locations Our central locations mean that transport links to college are excellent (city centre campuses are approximately five to ten minutes’ walk from Queen Square bus station and Central/Lime Street train stations). Advice and support The Learning Exchange is our central one-stop shop to all the services important to your learning. Here, you’ll find helpful advice and friendly support for all kinds of student issues, from finance and fees to equipment, childcare, counselling and travel. Student services can also help you with UCAS or other course applications, and will often identify any extra support you might need.

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Liverpool Community College has invested over ÂŁ100 million in developing its city-wide campus.

A learning experience like no other Advances in technology mean that life and learning are changing. Today’s students are embracing the sophistication of technology and have ideas about how they want to learn in the future. The Learning Exchange is part of the College’s vision to combine the latest innovations with brand new ways of teaching and learning. Your time in college will be filled to the brim with opportunities to challenge and develop your talents and skills. We want you to contribute to every aspect of college life and make the most of this exciting experience.

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Learning Exchange, Roscoe Street

What makes the Learning Exchange unique is its seamless combination of state-of-the-art learning environment with top-class leisure space. You’ll find everything you need in one place – from Learning Resource Centre and student support services to a well-stocked cafe, spacious meeting hub and fully equipped sports hall and gym. Conveniently located within five minutes’ walk of the city centre, the Learning Exchange offers easy, flexible access to transport and attractions in the city. An unbeatable resource The Learning Exchange is home to a first-class study centre over two floors. Facilities include PCs, an Apple Mac suite, individual and group study areas, Wi-Fi, self-serve booking terminals as well as electronic and traditional reading resources – all aimed at aiding your research.

Enrichment The Learning Exchange is home to the Enrichment team. Check out some of the amazing trips, events and activities organised throughout the year. Onsite Nursery The Learning Exchange has a fully equipped nursery for use by students in the city centre campus.

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Sport and Leisure IT Maritime

Student support under one roof With fantastic recreational and learning facilities all in one place, the Learning Exchange enhances student life. It also offers access to student services, careers advice and guidance, learning mentors, a confidential counselling service and advice on student finance.

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The Arts Centre, Myrtle Street

The Arts Centre has established itself as the leading arts teaching and learning institution on Merseyside. Providing specialist arts and technical facilities, recording studios, premier dance and drama facilities – as well as first-class photography, fashion and multimedia studios. More than 2,000 students study here. It is a founder college for the National Skills Academy for creative and cultural skills and a lead provider for fashion. Check the college website for detailed information on courses: www.liv-coll.ac.uk

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Bankfield Road Our refurbished Bankfield Road site offers a wide range of programmes in business and legal/medical secretarial courses, first step return to learn courses. Students can access a fully equipped learning resource centre as well as an on-site drop-in study centre (DISC). Nursery facilities and careers advice and guidance are also available on this site. Bankfield Road centre offers easy access to Queen’s Drive by bus and car.

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Clarence Street This centre is for students aged 16-18 years studying A-levels and GCSEs. It is also home to adults studying Access to Higher Education courses. All students have access to well-resourced facilities and modern teaching equipment. Specialist information technology courses are also taught here in purpose-built IT suites. More than 2,700 students attend this centre. The Clarence Street centre is an approved National Skills Academy for Financial Services training, and works with a number of local financial services employers to identify their training and development needs. The college is also working with local schools to develop academic opportunities within the financial services sector.

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Duke Street Duke Street is our centre for all service industry courses, including catering, hospitality, travel, tourism and leisure as well as hair, beauty and holistic therapies. This centre accommodates over 3,100 students. The bakery department at Duke Street holds the ‘badge of excellence’ from the National Skills Academy for Food and Drink Manufacturing. It joins an elite membership of providers recognised for expertise in bakery and confectionery training. Academy Restaurant and Salons Duke Street is also home to the College’s Academy Restaurant and Academy Hair and Beauty salons. Both restaurant and salons are commercial ventures providing authentic working environments for students in training. Open to the public, they offer first-rate food and beauty treatments at competitive prices. Check the college website for further information: www.liv-coll.ac.uk.

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Vauxhall Road Vauxhall Road is a purpose-built facility for all construction and engineering courses. Facilities include fully equipped workshops for a number of trades, including bricklaying, painting and decorating, joinery, plastering, plumbing, heating and ventilation. The site also houses a motor vehicle and motor cycle repair workshops.  This centre is a National Skills Academy for Environmental Technologies. It is also the lead hub for the Greater Merseyside and West Cheshire Skills Academy in Environmental Technologies. Students have easy access to a learning resource centre, student services, careers advice and guidance and a drop- in study centre. Situated close to Liverpool city centre, Vauxhall Road offers easy access by bus, car and train (approximately ten minutes’ walk from Moorfields train station).

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Brickwork Painting and Decorating Carpentry and Joinery Furniture Making Built Environment Engineering Dental Technology Electrical/Gas Installation Heating and Ventilation Engineering Motor Vehicle Plastering Plumbing College First Logistics


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Liz Chandler Director of Corporate Development - Merseytravel We are working with the College to provide customised training that will help us deliver a world-class service to our customers.

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Personal development During your time in college, you will be supported and encouraged to work hard to achieve success. However, we also want you to be involved in student life. At Liverpool Community College, we offer a wide range of opportunities that will enhance and enrich your learning experience. You come to the College to gain good qualifications but we also want your time here to be interesting, fun, exciting and rewarding. This experience, combined with the knowledge and skills you learn along the way, will prove invaluable as you move into employment or on to university. Our fabulous new Learning Exchange has been built with you in mind. Get active at the fully equipped sports hall, gym or dance and fitness studio, meet up with friends in the amazing social spaces, and unwind at the lively cafe. There are also plenty of opportunities for trips, events and activities organised by our college Enrichment team throughout the year.

Be active. Experience. Enjoy. Feeling adventurous? Join one of the weekly sporting clubs or activities on offer. Or try your hand at one of the many taster sessions, including cookery, cycle maintenance, or the popular First Aid course. You could even find help setting up your own club or group so you can get together with like-minded friends.

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Volunteering Why not put your spare time to good use by getting involved in some really worthwhile projects? Volunteering gives you a great sense of achievement and is the perfect way to gain valuable experience. It will make your CV or UCAS application really stand out from the crowd.

In print and on air Are you good with the written word, do have ideas about how things should look, or are you dying to get behind a microphone and talk? Then use your talents to work on the student magazine or our very own radio station. This is the ideal opportunity to see your words, photos or designs in print, and test your broadcasting skills in the studio.

Giving something back As well as all the fun, energetic activities that you’ll want to be involved with at the college, we also organise year-round events that you can get involved with in your local community. Projects include: • • • • •

working with communities to improve public amenities and spaces charity work that will raise their profile and help fund local needs working within the college community to ensure everyone’s needs are respected supporting the principles of living and contributing to a healthy lifestyle contributing to a healthy and happy community.

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Liverpool Community College is working with employers to provide a workforce fit for the future.

Rachel Scarisbrick Business Services Manager – Groundwork The College is delivering new technologies training that will make a real impact on the City Region.

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Check out the courses on our website and apply online at www.liv-coll.ac.uk or call course information on 0151 252 3000 for an application pack.

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Liverpool Community College is working with employers to provide a workforce fit for the future.

Sara Carthy Human Resources and Administration Director – Liverpool One The College has dispensed with traditional methods and designed flexible, responsive training programmes tailored to our needs.

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7 Student Voice Have your say: The Student Union The Student Union acts as the voice of its students, checking that your best interests are always considered by the college before decisions are made. The Student Union also makes sure that all students are represented, and raises awareness around important issues such as student welfare and equality. Building a community: Learning Exchange We listened to what students told us they wanted. The Learning Exchange is our answer. It combines an inspirational learning environment with great social spaces – a one-stop-shop for all your learning and recreational needs (and then some!). It’s a place where you can truly feel part of your college community.

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Economic Drivers The Future Workforce Liverpool City Region Over the next decade, there will be a shift in training from the traditional skills that were once the mainstay of the region to a new, multi-skilled workforce. The College offers the widest choice of qualifications and career paths for the skills needed to support the four growth areas that are set to transform the economy in and around the city.

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The Future Workforce

SuperPort It’s estimated that around 16,000 jobs will be needed for building and operating Liverpool’s SuperPort. It’s also expected that the SuperPort will stimulate growth of other business sectors, creating more jobs in professional services, ICT, maritime and tourism. Investment around the SuperPort should also stimulate long-term economic growth in the region, and enable Liverpool to regain its past prominence as an international gateway for goods and passenger transport.

Visitor Economy The Visitor Economy currently supports 37,000 jobs in retail, hotels, restaurants, conference venues, visitor attractions, cultural institutions, transport and tours, and the creative industries. The region’s natural attractions and wealth of culture and heritage sites will help the Visitor Economy grow from £1.3 billion annual turnover to £2 billion by 2020. The Visitor Economy will also link strongly with other key areas for growth, in particular, Liverpool’s SuperPort.

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Low Carbon Economy Approximately 8,000 workers are currently employed in the energy and environmental technologies sector. New opportunities have been identified in areas such as renewable energy generation. Low carbon initiatives, including the River Mersey’s tidal energy potential, could generate a further 7,000 jobs in the region by 2015.

Knowledge Economy Liverpool City Region has the capabilities to expand on its science, technology and knowledge based expertise by attracting businesses to the area that are reliant on innovation and excellence in research and development. It will allow the region to compete more effectively for investment, ideas and trade in an increasingly competitive global environment.

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Courses and how to apply What you need to know We offer a range of courses to suit all styles of learning. Check out the choices below and let our experienced advice and guidance team make sure you’re on the right track for your future career.

Which route do you choose? Vocational route Vocational qualifications (BTEC diplomas, certificates, NVQs) are great courses with a clear career focus. This route leads you on to Higher Education qualifications at the College or university or into employment. Apprenticeship route Apprenticeships are ideal if you want to combine work with study. You come to college part-time and get the best of both worlds. Your qualifications can also gain you admission to Higher Education at the College whilst progressing in your career or at university. Academic route A-levels and GCSEs are academic qualifications. They can be subjects you’ll know from school such as English, maths and science or brand new subjects such as psychology or media. This route can lead to you gaining higher level vocational qualifications or Higher Education at the College or university or into employment.

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Which level is later right for you? Buy now pay Our fees for full time or part time study are highly competitive. Did you

Our higher level courses include a range of Foundation Degrees, Higher Level know you don’t have to pay HE course fees until you start work and

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If you gain at least 4/5 GCSEs at grade C or above, or have a good BTEC Level 2 Diploma, you can enter directly at Level 3. A good grade at Level 3 allows progression to a relevant Foundation Degree at the college or university.

If your GCSE grades are D-E, you may be able to go straight onto a Level 2 course. These include BTEC Level 2 Diplomas or an Apprenticeship (if you’re working).

If your GCSE grades are F-G you can get started on a Level 1 course that's right for you. These will help to improve your English, maths and IT skills, and prepare you for further study.

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If you didn’t get the grades to do the course you want, don’t worry. We have a course for everyone.

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How much will it cost? Under 19 Tuition for full-time further education courses is free for most under 19 year olds. And if you’re aged 16 to 18 you may be eligible for support from the college’s Learner Support Fund, depending on your family income. 19+ All courses have a fee attached to them. But the good news is, you may be entitled to help with fees, additional financial support or help with travel costs from college, depending on family income.

How to apply Check out the courses on our website and apply online at www.liv-coll.ac.uk or call course information on 0151 252 3000 for an application pack.

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Course Listings 2012 AS/A-levels • AS/A2 Level Art and Design Fine Art Endorsement (daytime or evening) • A-level Biology or Human Biology (Modular) • A-level Business Studies • A-level Chemistry (Modular) • A-level Citizenship Studies • A-level Classical Civilisation • A-level Communication and Culture • A-level English Language • A-level English Language/Literature • A-level English Literature • A-level Film Studies • A-level French • A-level Further Maths • A-level General Studies • A-level History • A-level Law • A-level Maths (M.E.I. Structured Mathematics) • A-level Media Studies • A-level Philosophy • A-level Physical Education • A-level Physics (Modular) • A-level Psychology • A-level Sociology • A-level Spanish • A-level Travel and Tourism Access • The Access Programme: Business Pathway • The Access Programme: Business and IT Pathway • The Access Programme: Health Professions • Evening Access (Humanities and Social Science) • The Access Programme: Humanities and Social Science (Social Work, Law and Social Science, Humanities) • The Access Programme: Humanities and Social Science - Education Pathway • The Access Programme: Science and Technology Pathway Art and Design • AS/A2 Level Art and Design Fine Art Endorsement (daytime course) • AS/A2 Level Art and Design Fine Art Endorsement (evening class) • BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in 3D Design • BTEC Foundation Diploma in Art and Design • BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Art and Design for 16-18 year olds • BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Art and Design for Adults (previously 1st Diploma) • BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Art and Design • College Entry, Skills for Working Life and Personal Development, Art, Craft and IT • College First in Art and Design • First Step Introduction to Art, Drawing and Painting • First Step: Introduction to Textiles (Fabric Decoration/ Batik/Print/Craft Techniques)

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Business Studies • AAT Accounting Levels 2, 3 and 4 • Accounting Apprenticeship Level 2, 3 and 4 • A-level Business Studies • Assessing Vocational Achievement Level 3 Certificate (replaces A1 Assessor Award) • Assessors Award • IFS L2 Diploma in Introduction to Financial Services • NVQ Level 2 and 3 Accounting • Short Course - Computerised Accounts • Step into Accounting - OCR Bookkeeping level 1 • BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Business (QCF) for 16-18s • BTEC Level 3 Diploma in Business (QCF) • BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Business Level 3 (QCF) • Business and Administration Apprenticeship in the NHS • Business Administration Level 2 and 3 (NVQs and Apprenticeships) • CIPD Certificate in Learning and Development • CIPD Foundation Certificate in Human Resources Practice/CIPD Foundation Diploma in Human Resources Practice (HRP) • City & Guilds/AMSPAR Level 2 Diploma in Medical Administration (Day/Evening) • City & Guilds ILEX Level 2 Certificate for Legal Secretaries • City & Guilds ILEX Level 2 Diploma for Legal Secretaries (QCF) • City & Guilds ILEX Level 3 Certificate for Legal Secretaries • City & Guilds/AMSPAR Level 3 Diploma for Medical Secretaries (Day) • Contact Centre Operations Level 2, 3 and 4 (NVQs and Apprenticeships) • OCR Level 2 Award in Medical Terminology • College First OCR Diploma in Administration (Business Professional Level 1) • Diploma in Career Information Advice and Development • NVQ 3 Business and Administration • NVQ 4 Business and Administration • OCR Certificate in Text Processing (Business Professional) Medical (Day/Evening) • OCR Diploma in Administration (Business and Professional Level 2) • OCR Level 3 Diploma in Administration (Business Professional) • Leading the Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes and Practice Level 4 Certificate (replaces V1 Internal Verifier Award) • Learning and Development Provision level 3 and 4 (NVQs and Apprenticeships) • Level 3 Award for Supporting clients to overcome barriers to learning and work • Management Certificate Level 3 (CMI) • Management Diploma CMI (Levels 5 & 7) • Management Level 3 Apprenticeship • NVQ Level 3 Certificate and Level 4 Diploma in Advice & Guidance (QCF) • OCR Diploma in Career Information Advice and Development • Stepping into Human Resources (HR) • Supporting Teaching and Learning NVQ and Apprenticeship at levels 2 and 3 • Team Leading Certificate Level 2 • Team Leading Certificate Level 2 NVQ and Apprenticeship • Verifiers Awards

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Catering, Baking and Hospitality • ABC Certificate - Level 2 in General Patisserie and Confectionery • Artisan Bread • CIEH Level 2 Award in Food Safety in Catering • CIEH Level 2 Award in Principles of COSHH • CIEH Level 2 Award in Principles of Manual Handling • Catering Apprenticeships – Level 2 • College Entry in Hospitality and Catering • College First Diploma in Introduction to Professional Cookery • Diploma Creative Techniques (Sugar Craft/Cake Decoration) • Diploma Level 3 in Baking and/or Cake Decoration • Higher National Certificate Mechanical Engineering • Leisure Cooking and Dinner Party Fine Dining • Level 2 Diploma in Professional Cookery • Level 3 Diploma in Advanced Professional Cookery • NVQ 2 Baking (Food Manufacture) • NVQ 3 Baking (Food Manufacture) • NVQ 2 Cake Decoration (Food Manufacture) • NVQ 3 Cake Decoration Skills (Food Manufacture) • NVQ 3 Hospitality Supervision and Leadership • NVQ Level 2 Diploma in Hospitality Day Release • Royal Icing Techniques • RSPH Level 3 Award in Supervising Food Safety in Catering • Sugar Art Modelling • VRQ 2 Food and Beverage Service • VRQ Level 3 Professional Cookery (Patisserie and Confectionery) Child Studies • CACHE Level 2 Award/Certificate/Diploma in Playwork (NVQ) WPL • CACHE Level 2 Certificate for the Children and Young People's Workforce for 19+ • CACHE Level 2 Diploma in Childcare and Education for 16-18s • CACHE Level 3 Award/Certificate/Diploma in Playwork (NVQ) (WPL) • CACHE Level 3 Diploma for the Children and Young People's Workforce for 19+ • CACHE Level 3 Diploma in Childcare and Education for 16-18s • College First in Caring for Children

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Construction • Abrasive Wheels Registered Certificate • Brickwork levels 2 and 3 (NVQs and Apprenticeships) • College Entry/First in Construction • College First Certificate in Building Services Engineering (Electrical, Heating and Ventilating, Plumbing, Refrigeration & Air Conditioning) • College First Construction Diploma level 1 Brickwork • Construction Diploma Level 2 in Brickwork • Construction Diploma Level 3 in Brickwork • First Step into Brickwork • Carpentry and Joinery - Site and Bench levels 2 and 3 (NVQs and Apprenticeships) • College First Construction Diploma level 1 Carpentry and Joinery • Construction Diploma Level 2 in Bench Joinery • Construction Diploma Level 2 in Site Carpentry and Joinery • Machine Woodworking Basic Safety • City & Guilds Level 1 Certificate in Furniture Production • City & Guilds Level 2 Certificate in Furniture Production


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City & Guilds Level 3 Certificate in Furniture Production Construction Diploma Level 2 in Wood Machining Furniture Making levels 2 and 3 (NVQs and Apprenticeships) College First Construction Diploma level 1 Painting and Decorating Construction Diploma Level 2 in Painting and Decorating Construction Diploma Level 3 in Carpentry and Joinery Construction Diploma Level 3 in Painting and Decorating Painting and Decorating levels 2 and 3 (NVQs and Apprenticeships) College First Construction Diploma level 1 Plastering Construction Diploma Level 2 in Plastering First Step into Plastering Plastering levels 2 and 3 (NVQs and Apprenticeships) Plumbing Level 2 Technical Certificate & NVQ 2 Plumbing Level 3 Technical Certificate BTEC Level 2 Extended Certificate in Construction BTEC Level 3 Diploma in Building Services Engineering (formerly National Certificate) BTEC Level 3 Diploma in Construction BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Construction BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Construction (formerly National Award) Foundation Degree (FdSc) in Building Services Engineering Higher National Certificate in Building Services Engineering Higher National Certificate in Construction and the Built Environment Heating and Ventilating Installations (Industrial and Commercial or Domestic) NVQ 3 C&G 6088 and Tech Cert C&G 6128 Heating and Ventilating Installations - Industrial and Commercial or Domestic NVQ 2 C&G 6088 and Tech Cert C&G 6128 NVQ Level 2 in Heating and Ventilating Industrial and Commercial Installations for Existing Workers NVQ Level 3 in Heating and Ventilating Installations for Existing Workers City & Guilds 2078 Handling Refrigerants Certificate (Coming soon City & Guilds 2079 'F' Gas Regulations) Refrigeration and Air Conditioning other than Ammonia NVQ 3 and Technical Certificate Level 3 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning. Existing Workers NVQ 2 Course Accredited Certificate Scheme for Individual Gas fitting Operatives (Domestic) City & Guilds 2330 Electro Technical Certificate Level 2 City & Guilds 2330 Electro Technical Certificate Level 3 City & Guilds 2391 Inspection, Testing and Certification of Electrical Installations College First in Electrical Installation Electrical Installations IEE 17th Edition Wiring Regulations BS7671:2008 Full Course or Update City & Guilds 2079 'F' Gas Regulations City & Guilds level 3 Award in Environmental Technology Systems Awareness City & Guilds level 3 award in the Installation and Maintenance of Heat Pumps Systems (None refrigerant circuits) 2399-331/332/333/334 City & Guilds level 3 award in the Installation & Maintenance of Solar Photovoltaic Systems 2399-311/312/313/314 City & Guilds level 3 award in the Installation and Maintenance of Solar Thermal Hot Water Systems 2399-321/322/323/324 City & Guilds level 3 award in the Installation of water Harvesting and Reuse Systems 2399-341/342/343/344 Combination Fault Finding Course Commercial Gas Safety Training

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Engineering • BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Engineering (Manufacturing and Electronics) with NVQ Level 2 PEO • BTEC Level 3 Diploma in Civil Engineering • BTEC Level 3 Diploma in Engineering (PART TIME) Electronic or Mechanical/Manufacture • BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Engineering January Start 2012 • City & Guilds Level 2 Award in Computer Aided Design • City & Guilds Level 3 Award in Computer Aided Design • Higher National Certificate in Engineering • Higher National Certificate in Operations Engineering • Welding competency test in MMA or OA (Assessment only) • BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Engineering (Electronics) with NVQ 2 PEO • BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Electronic Engineering • Higher National Certificate in Electrical and Electronic Engineering • Higher National Diploma in Electrical and Electronic Engineering • BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Engineering (Manufacturing) with NVQ 2 PEO • BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Engineering (Mechanical/Manufacturing) • Higher National Diploma in Mechanical Engineering Engineering – Motor Vehicle • Level 2 Diploma in Motor Cycle Maintenance and Repair Principles • Level 3 Diploma in Motor Cycle Maintenance and Repair Principles • Motor Vehicle Apprenticeships - Motor Cycles • College First in Body Repair • Level 2 Diploma in Accident Repair Body Principles • Level 3 Diploma in Accident Repair Principles • Motor Vehicle Apprenticeships - Body Repair • Vehicle Body Repair & Classic Car Restoration • College Entry in Vehicle Systems Maintenance • College First in Motor Vehicle Maintenance and Repair • Level 2 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance & Repair Principles • Level 3 Diploma in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Principles • Motor Vehicle Apprenticeships - Heavy Vehicle Maintenance & Repair • Motor Vehicle Apprenticeships - Light Vehicle Maintenance & Repair • Motor Vehicle Apprenticeships - Vehicle Parts • Motor Vehicle Apprenticeships - Paint English as a Foreign Language • English as a Foreign Language English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) • ESOL for Citizenship • English for Speakers of other Languages (ESOL) • Level 2 Interpreting Skills Certificate

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Fashion • ABC Level 1 Certificate in Fashion and Textiles • ABC Level 2 Diploma in Fashion Retail • ABC Level 3 Diploma Fashion Retail


• ABC Level 4 Diploma in Buying and Merchandising for Fashion Retail • BTEC Level 2 Extended Certificate/Diploma Fashion and Textiles (Prev.BTEC 1st Dip. Fashion and Textiles) • BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma/Diploma Production Arts Costume (Prev. BTEC Nat. Cert. Costume) • BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma/ Diploma/Extended Diploma Fashion and Clothing (Prev. BTEC Nat. Dip. Fashion & Clothing) • BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma/Diploma in Business and Fashion Marketing • BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma/Diploma/Extended Diploma in Textiles • Basic Drapery Techniques • Business for Creative Industries • Corset Making 1 • Corset Making 2 • Fashion Social Networking • Fashion Trends and Forecasting • Foundation Degree: FdA Fashion & Clothing Technology • Higher Level Skills Pathfinder (HLSP) Level 4: CAD Design and Presentation Skills for the Fashion and Textiles Industry • Introduction to Costume Jewellery • Junior Fashion Academy for 12-16 year olds • Junky Fashion Styling • Knit and Natter (Beautiful bags) • Make Do and Mend • Make me Over (12-16 yr olds) • Make me Over (adult) • Making it in Fashion - Garment Construction • Making it in Fashion - Pattern Cutting • Millinery • Using Illustrator as a tool for Fashion Design Foundation Learning • Braille • British Sign Language Level 1 • British Sign Language Level 2 Certificate • College First Humanities at Duke Street • College First at Clarence Street • College First for Adults at Bankfield Road • Courses in Anfield DISC • Courses in BBC DISC • Courses in Bridge Chapel DISC • Courses in Dovecot DISC • Courses in Ellergreen DISC • Courses in Fazakerley DISC • Courses in Kensington DISC • Courses in Lee Valley DISC • Courses in Norris Green DISC • Courses in Parklands DISC • Courses in Walton DISC • English, Maths and IT Courses - Liverpool • Foundation Languages • Study Skills For Students With A Visual Impairment

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GCSE • GCSE Art and Design • GCSE Biology • GCSE Chemistry • GCSE English Language (Mature) + Functional English Level 2 • GCSE French • GCSE Maths AQA (Modular) • GCSE Media Studies • GCSE Physical Education • GCSE Physics • GCSE Psychology • GCSE Sociology • GCSE Spanish • Humanities Gateway GCSE - Adults • Science Gateway GCSE - Adults Hairdressing, Beauty, Holistic Therapies • Barbering Apprenticeships - NVQ Level 2 • College Entry to Hair and Beauty • College First in Beauty Therapy • College First in Hairdressing (NVQ Level 1) • Extreme Hair • Hairdressing Apprenticeships - NVQ Level 2 • NVQ 2 Barbering • NVQ 2 Beauty Therapy • NVQ 3 Beauty Therapy • NVQ 2 Diploma in Nail Services • NVQ 3 Diploma Nail Services - Day release (Apprentice Route) • C&G NVQ 2 Beauty Therapy Make-up Route • C&G NVQ 3 Beauty Therapy Make-up Route • NVQ 2 Hairdressing • NVQ 2 Homelink Hairdressing • NVQ 3 Barbering • NVQ 3 Hairdressing • Refresher course in Hairdressing • Taster in Hairdressing • VRQ Award in Bridal Hair • Level 2 Certificate in Nail Technology • Level 2 Award in Thermal Auricular Therapy • Level 3 Certificate in Indian Head Massage • VTCT Level 3 Certificate in Swedish Massage (QCF) • VTCT Level 3 Certificate in Fashion and Photographic Make up • VTCT Level 3 Diploma in Aromatherapy Techniques (QCF) • VTCT Level 3 Diploma in Complementary Therapies • VTCT Level 3 Diploma in Reflexology Techniques (QCF) • VTCT Level 3 Diploma in Theatrical Special Effects and Hair and Media Make- up

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Health and Care • 1 Day Basic First Aid Certificate • 3 Day First Aid at Work Certificate • BTEC Level 2 Extended Certificate/Diploma in Health and Social Care • BTEC Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care • CACHE Level 2 Certificate for the Children and Young People's Workforce for 19+


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Information Technology and Computing • A-level Information Communication Technology • BTEC Level 2 Diploma in IT (at Clarence St) • Cisco CCNA with BTEC Level 3 Diploma for ICT Practitioners (Systems Support/Networking) • College Entry Level Diploma in IT • College First Certificate for IT Users - ITQ level 1 • College First Level 1 Diploma for IT Users • CompTIA A+ and Network+ with BTEC Level 2 Diploma for ICT Practitioners (Systems Support/Networking) • Courses in BBC DISC • Edexcel BTEC Level 2 Diploma in IT at Bankfield • Edexcel BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in IT at Bankfield Road • Edexcel BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in IT at the Learning Exchange • English, Maths and IT Courses - Liverpool • Foundation Degree: FdSc Information Technology • IT Users Apprenticeships Level 2 and 3 • ITQ Level 1 - IT Office Applications Bankfield Centre • ITQ Level 2 - IT Office Applications for IT Users Bankfield Centre • Information Technology For Students With A Visual Impairment • Short Course - Adobe Dreamweaver 1 • Short Course - Adobe Dreamweaver 2 • Short Course - Cisco Certified Network Associate • Short Course - Computerised Accounts • Short Course - Data Protection Act for IT Practitioners • Short Course - E-Typing • Short Course - PHP Web Programming • Short Course - SQL Programming 1 • Short Course - SQL Programming 2 • Short Course - Visual Basic.net Programming Course • Short Course - Web Application Development Languages • A-level French • A-level Spanish • British Sign Language Level 1 • British Sign Language Level 2 Certificate • Build on your A-level French • GCSE French, Italian or Spanish • Introduction to European Languages

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Media, Journalism and Photography (including Graphic Design) • A-level Media Studies • BTEC level 2 Diploma in Creative Media Production (Games Development) • BTEC level 2 Diploma in Media • BTEC level 2 Diploma in Multimedia • BTEC level 2 Diploma in Photography and Imaging • BTEC level 3 Extended Diploma Graphic Design • BTEC level 3 Extended Diploma Interactive Media • BTEC level 3 Extended Diploma in Creative Media Production • BTEC level 3 Extended Diploma in Creative Media Production (Games Development) • BTEC level 3 Extended Diploma in Journalism • BTEC level 3 Extended Diploma in Photography and Imaging • College First Media (Toxteth TV) • Fast Track A-levels in Media and Film • Foundation Degree: FdA Media Production Practice • GCSE Media Studies • NCTJ Diploma in Journalism • Stage 1 Introduction to Photography and Imaging (evening) • Stage 2 Intermediate Photography and Imaging (evening) Medical and Legal Secretaries/Administration • City & Guilds/AMSPAR level 2 Diploma in Medical Administration • City & Guilds ILEX level 2 Certificate for Legal Secretaries • City & Guilds ILEX level 2 Diploma for Legal Secretaries (QCF) • City & Guilds ILEX level 3 Certificate for Legal Secretaries • City & Guilds/AMSPAR level 3 Diploma for Medical Secretaries (day) • City & Guilds/AMSPAR level 3 Diploma for Medical Secretaries (evening) • OCR level 2 Award in Medical Terminology

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Performing and Production Arts (including MusicTech and Theatre Tech) • BTEC level 2 Diploma Performance (Musical Theatre) • BTEC level 2 Diploma in Music • BTEC level 2 Diploma in Music Technology • BTEC level 2 Diploma in Performing Arts (Dance) • BTEC level 2 in Performing Arts (Acting) • BTEC level 3 Diploma in Production Arts (Event Management) • BTEC level 3 Diploma in Production Arts (Stage Management and Theatre Tech.) • BTEC level 3 Extended Diploma in Acting • BTEC level 3 Extended Diploma in Dance • BTEC level 3 Extended Diploma in Music Practice • BTEC level 3 Extended Diploma in Music Technology • BTEC level 3 Extended Diploma in Musical Theatre • College First in Music • College First in Performing Arts • Foundation Degree: FdA Music and Audio Production • Foundation Degree: FdA Popular Music • Higher National Certificate (HNC) in Performing Arts (Dance) • Higher National Certificate (HNC) in Performing Arts (Drama) • Level 1 Music Performance Skills (short course) • Professional Business • AAT Accounting levels 2, 3 and 4 • Assessing Vocational Achievement level 3 Certificate (replaces A1 Assessor Award) • CIPD Foundation Certificate in Human Resources Practice/CIPD Foundation


• Diploma in Human Resources Practice (HRP) • Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development Certificate in Learning and Development • Contact Centre Operations levels 2, 3 and 4 (NVQs and Apprenticeships) • Diploma in Career Information Advice and Development • Leading the Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes and Practice level 4 Certificate (replaces V1 Internal Verifier Award) • Learning and Development Provision level 3 and 4 (NVQs and Apprenticeships) • Level 3 Award for Supporting clients to overcome barriers to learning and work • Management Certificate level 3 (CMI) • Management Diploma CMI (levels 5 and 7) • Management level 3 Apprenticeship • NVQ level 3 Certificate and level 4 Diploma in Advice and Guidance (QCF) • OCR Diploma in Career Information Advice and Development • Stepping into Human Resources (HR) • Team Leading Certificate level 2 • Team Leading Certificate level 2 NVQ and Apprenticeship Retail and Customer Service • ABC level 2 Diploma in Fashion Retail • ABC level 3 Diploma Fashion Retail ABC level 4 Diploma in Buying and Merchandising for Fashion Retail • College First Humanities (Duke Street) • Contact Centre Operations level 2, 3 and 4 (NVQs and Apprenticeships) • Customer Service level 2 and 3 (NVQs and Apprenticeships) • Retail level 2 and 3 (NVQs and Apprenticeships) Science Professions • A-level Biology or Human Biology (Modular) • A-level Chemistry (Modular) • A-level Physics (Modular) • BTEC level 3 Extended Diploma in Applied Science • BTEC level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Dental Technology • Foundation Degree in Dental Technology • GCSE Biology • GCSE Chemistry • GCSE Physics • Science Gateway GCSE - Adults • The Access Programme: Health Professions • The Access Programme: Science & Technology Pathway Social Work • BA (Hons) Social Work Specialist provision • Braille • College Start Personalisation courses (pay as you go) • College Start in Personal Progression - 19-25 year olds • College Start in Personal Progression - aged 25+ • College Start - Asdan Personal Progress award (Aged 16-18) at Entry level 1 • Information Technology For Students With a Visual Impairment • Study Skills For Students With a Visual Impairment

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Sport and Leisure • A-level Physical Education • College First in Football Coaching (Football Academy) • College First in Sport, Health and Fitness • GCSE Physical Education • Football Coaching (Football Academy) level 2 • Football Coaching (Football Academy) level 3 • OCR National Certificate in Sport level 2 • OCR National Diploma/Extended National Diploma in Sport level 3 • The Access Programme: Sport Teacher Education • CELTA with PTLLS (Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults ) • Diploma in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector • Foundation Degree in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector • Learning and Development Provision levels 3 and 4 (NVQs and Apprenticeships) • OCR Diploma in Career Information Advice and Development • Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector level 4 • Supporting Teaching and Learning NVQ and Apprenticeship at levels 2 and 3 Travel and Tourism • A-level Travel and Tourism • BTEC Diploma in Travel and Tourism level 2 • BTEC Diploma in Travel and Tourism level 3 • BTEC Extended Diploma in Travel and Tourism level 3 • College First Humanities (Duke Street) • College First in Travel and Tourism • Foundation Degree: FdA Leisure and Tourism /FdA Leisure and Hospitality • The Professional Taxi Programme

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SEA ODYSSEY

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2012

This year, the world’s greatest street theatre company, Royal De Luxe, will bring their Giants to Liverpool in one of the UK’s most spectacular events.

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Sea Odyssey is a magical tale of love, loss and reunion played out on a gigantic scale. Come join us on their journey to a place where seeing is truly believing.


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www.liv-coll.ac.uk Course information: 0151 252 3000 Learning Exchange, Roscoe Street L1 9DW Bankfield Road, L13 OBQ • The Arts Centre, Myrtle Street, L7 7JA Clarence Street, L3 5TP • Duke Street, L1 5BG • Vauxhall Road, L3 6BN


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