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Department of Adult Continuing Education

Ysgrifennwch mewn LLYTHRENNAU BRAS Teitl: Mr / Mrs / Miss / Ms / Parch / Dr / Yr Athro

Adran Addysg Barhaus Oedolion

FREE Advice and Guidance - We can help Cyngor a Chyfarwyddyd AM DDIM - Gallwn helpu

Enw cyntaf: Cyfenw: Gelwir yn: Cyfeiriad Cartref:

Cod post:

Rhif ffôn yn ystod y dydd:

Rhif ffôn gyda’r hwyr:

Rhif ffôn symudol: E-bost: Dyddiad Geni:

If you are thinking about starting a course but are unsure of which course to choose or how to proceed please call to arrange free, impartial and confidential help from one of our experienced guidance workers.

Beth yw eich cymhwyster uchaf?

Contact Jane Lingard on 01792 602211 or email enquiries to j.lingard@swansea.ac.uk

A oes angen gofal plant arnoch? A oes gennych anabledd?

Prepare for a Degree... in the Community and on Campus

Rhowch fanylion:

Paul Dicks Department of Adult Continuing Education (DACE)

Gwybodaeth Gyffredinol (Nodwch eich diddordebau):

Swansea University

The BA Degree Preparation Programme in Humanities starts in April 2012

Glyndw ˆ r Building, Singleton Park Swansea SA2 8PP Sut glywsoch chi GYNTAF am y cynllun hwn? (Ticiwch y blwch perthnasol)

www.swansea.ac.uk/dace

Gwefan, noder Llyfryn

(01792) 295935 | p.dicks@swansea.ac.uk

Cerdyn Post Paratoi ar gyfer BA

Papur newydd, nodwch pa un: Lleoliad/Canolfan, nodwch pa un: Ar lafar, nodwch diwtor, cydweithiwr, myfyriwr arall: Post uniongyrchol; llythyr neu e-bost o’r Adran (AABO), nodwch pa un: Arall, rhowch fanylion:

Ffoniwch Jane Lingard ar 01792 602211 neu e-bostiwch ymholiadau at j.lingard@abertawe.ac.uk

Paul Dicks

Paul Dicks

Swansea University

Prifysgol Abertawe

Department of Adult Continuing Education (DACE)

Adran Addysg Barhaus Oedolion(AABO)

Glyndw ˆ r Building, Singleton Park Swansea SA2 8PP

Adeilad Glyndw ˆ r, Parc Singleton Abertawe SA2 8PP

Tel: (01792) 295935/295499

Ffôn: (01792) 295935/295499

Email: p.dicks@swansea.ac.uk

E-bost: p.dicks@abertawe.ac.uk

www.swansea.ac.uk/dace

www.swansea.ac.uk/dace

Paul Dicks Adran Addysg Barhaus Oedolion (AABO) Prifysgol Abertawe Adeilad Glyndw ˆ r, Parc Singleton Abertawe SA2 8PP (01792) 295935 | p.dicks@abertawe.ac.uk www.swansea.ac.uk/dace

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Paratowch am Radd... yn y Gymuned ac ar y Campws Mae’r Rhaglen Baratoi ar gyfer BA Dyniaethau’n dechrau ym mis Ebrill 2012

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Index

Application Form

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Introduction

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Module One

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What can I study?

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Venue

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When and where can I study?

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Study Support

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General Support for Students

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Specific Support for Students with Disabilities

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Library and Information Services

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Help with your choices - Guidance is available

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Some Questions Answered

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We enjoyed it - You will too!

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Study Skills Workshop

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FREE Taster Workshops

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Study Skills Workshop

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FREE Community Based Lecture Series 2012

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Venue

Swansea University

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Forge Fach Community Resource Centre, Clydach

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NEATH PORT TALBOT Timetable

Date

Please write in BLOCK CAPITALS Title: Mr / Mrs / Miss / Ms / Rev / Dr / Prof

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Glynneath Training Centre

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Forename:

The Black Mountain Centre, Brynaman

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PEMBROKESHIRE Timetable The Bloomfield Centre, Narberth

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Pembrokeshire College, Haverfordwest

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Fishguard Community Learning Centre

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Study Skills Workshops

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Campus Tours and Library Visits

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So, are you interested? What to do next

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Application Form

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Other, please specify:

Ffurflen Gais Modiwl Un

Known as:

Lleoliad

Home Address:

Modiwl Wrth Gefn

Post Code:

Telephone Number Day:

Evening:

E-mail:

Lleoliad

Do you require childcare?

Cod Modiwl Wrth Gefn

Bydd eich modiwl wrth gefn yn cael ei ddewis yn awtomatig os bydd unrhyw gwrs rydych wedi’i ddewis yn llawn neu os mai nifer bach o fyfyrwyr yn unig sydd wedi’i ddewis.

Gweithdy Sgiliau Astudio

What is your highest qualification?

Cod Modiwl Dau

Lleoliad

Mobile Telephone: Date of Birth:

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Lleoliad Modiwl Dau

Please provide details:

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Direct mail; letter or e-mail from the Department (DACE), please state which one:

Surname:

Do you have a disability? To book your place contact Paul Dicks on 01792 295935 or p.dicks@swansea.ac.uk

Promotional Event, please state which one:

Date

Library Support Session

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CARMARTHENSHIRE Timetable

Venue/Centre, please state which one: Word of mouth, please state tutor, colleague, another student:

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Neath Port Talbot College, Queen Street Centre, Neath

BA Preparation Postcard

Newspaper, please state which one:

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Campus Tour and Library Visit

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Brochure

Venue

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SWANSEA Timetable

Website, please specify:

Reserve Module Code

Your reserve choice will automatically be selected if any of the courses you have chosen are full or have low student numbers.

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How did you FIRST find out about the scheme? (Please tick the relevant box)

Venue

Information Events in the Region

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Reserve Choice Module

General Information (Please tell us about your hobbies and interests):

Module Two Code

Venue

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Module Two

Module One Code

Gweithdy Sgiliau Astudio

Dyddiad

Dyddiad

Lleoliad Taith o’r Campws ac ymweld â’r Llyfrgell

Dyddiad

Sesiwn Gymorth Llyfrgell

Dyddiad


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Rhagarweiniad

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Ble y gallaf astudio?

Tudalen 6

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Pryd a ble y gallaf astudio?

Tudalen 7

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Cymorth Astudio

Tudalen 10

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Cymorth Cyffredinol i Fyfyrwyr

Tudalen 10

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Cymorth i Fyfyrwyr ag Anghenion Penodol

Tudalen 11

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Gwasanaethau Llyfrgell a Gwybodaeth

Tudalen 13

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Cymorth gyda’ch dewisiadau - Mae cyfarwyddyd ar gael

Tudalen 15

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Atebion i Rai Cwestiynau

Tudalen 18

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Roeddem wrth ein boddau - Byddwch chi hefyd!

Tudalen 22

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Digwyddiadau Gwybodaeth yn y Rhanbarth

Tudalen 24

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Gweithdai Blas AM DDIM

Tudalen 26

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Cyfres Darlithoedd yn y Gymuned 2012 AM DDIM

Tudalen 28

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Amserlen ABERTAWE n

Prifysgol Abertawe

Tudalen 30

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Canolfan Adnoddau Cymunedol Forge Fach, Clydach

Tudalen 32

Amserlen CASTELL-NEDD PORT TALBOT

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Coleg Castell-nedd Port Talbot, Canolfan Stryd y Frenhines, Castell-nedd

Tudalen 33

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Canolfan Hyfforddi Glyn-nedd

Tudalen 34

Amserlen SIR GAERFYRDDIN

Tudalen 35

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Canolfan Bloomfield, Arberth

Tudalen 36

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Coleg Sir Benfro, Hwlffordd

Tudalen 37

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Canolfan Dysgu Cymunedol Abergwaun

Tudalen 38

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Gweithdai Sgiliau Astudio

Tudalen 40

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Teithiau Campws ac Ymweliadau â Llyfrgelloedd

Tudalen 42

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Felly, a oes diddordeb gennych? Beth i’w wneud nesaf

Tudalen 45

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Ffurflen Gais

Tudalen 47

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Canolfan y Mynydd Du, Brynaman

Amserlen SIR BENFRO

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Introduction

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The BA Degree Preparation Programme in Humanities is a course for adults who are considering studying at Higher Education (HE) level. It is offered by the Department of Adult Continuing Education (DACE) at Swansea University and is delivered on campus at Singleton Park and in the community in Swansea and Neath Port Talbot, Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire. After successfully completing the programme many students progress to the Parttime BA (Honours) Humanities Degree or to a variety of HE certificates offered by DACE. Alternatively, students can choose other courses at DACE or elsewhere before progressing to higher level studies. At DACE we have an excellent group of tutors who in addition to being experts in their own subject areas are also committed to helping adult students reach their full potential.

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The BA Degree Preparation Programme in Humanities starts the week commencing Monday 23rd April 2012 for 10 weeks. You can study in one of 8 locations across Swansea, Neath Port Talbot, Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire.

SWANSEA

Professor Colin Trotman, Head of Department Joanna Ward, BA Degree Preparation Programme Co-ordinator

2 Forge Fach Community Resource Centre, Clydach

1 Neath Port Talbot College, Queen Street Centre, Neath

The structure of the BA Degree Preparation Programme is very flexible and you can mix and match your courses or “modules” at a number of venues to suit your needs. You can study 2 modules at one venue (e.g. history and psychology at Neath Port Talbot College, Queen Street Centre) or study one module at one venue and another module at a different venue (e.g. counselling at the Singleton Park Campus in Swansea and sociology at Clydach). n

You must study 2 modules

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If you meet the assessment criteria you will gain 10 credits at Level 0 for each module Each 10 credit module requires 20 hours contact time with your tutor. This means that you attend a 2 hour class for 10 weeks for each module Therefore in order to achieve 20 credits you attend 2 x 2 hour classes per week for 10 weeks

You are also strongly encouraged to attend Study Skills Workshops. Good study skills will enable you to acheive your full potential. These help develop your writing, research and referencing skills. For further details, see page 40.

To book your place contact Paul Dicks on 01792 295935 or p.dicks@swansea.ac.uk

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What can I study?

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When and where can I study?

The programme timetable for each venue is given in detail on pages 30 - 38. Please enjoy reading the brochure and we hope that you will decide to study with us.

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2 Glynneath Training Centre Carmarthenshire 1 The Black Mountain Centre, Brynaman

Pembrokeshire 1 The Bloomfield Centre, Narberth 2 Pembrokeshire College, Haverfordwest 3 Fishguard Community Learning Centre The Part-time Degree will be available at all of these venues in September 2012. It will also be offered at Townhill (The Phoenix Centre), Banwen (DOVE Workshop), Port Talbot YMCA, Llandybie Memorial Hall, Llanelli (The Stebonheath Centre for Enterprise), Pembroke Dock Community Learning Centre and Haverfordwest Community Learning Centre.

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Rhagarweiniad

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Mae’r Rhaglen Paratoi am Radd BA yn y Dyniaethau’n gwrs i oedolion sy’n ystyried astudio ar lefel Addysg Uwch (AU). Mae’n cael ei chynnig gan yr Adran Addysg Barhaus Oedolion (AABO) ym Mhrifysgol Abertawe ac fe’i cyflwynir ar Gampws Parc Singleton ac yn y gymuned yn Abertawe, Castell-nedd Port Talbot, Sir Gaerfyrddin, a Sir Benfro. Ar ôl cwblhau’r rhaglen yn llwyddiannus, mae sawl myfyriwr yn symud ymlaen i astudio’r Radd BA (Anrhydedd) Rhan-amser yn y Dyniaethau neu ystod eang o dystysgrifau AU a gynigir gan AABO. Fel arall, gall myfyrwyr ddewis astudio cyrsiau eraill yn AABO neu yn rhywle arall cyn symud ymlaen at astudiaethau lefel uwch. Mae grw ˆ p ardderchog o diwtoriaid gennym yma yn AABO sy’n arbenigwyr yn eu meysydd pwnc unigol ac sydd hefyd yn ymrwymedig i helpu myfyrwyr sy’n oedolion i gyrraedd eu potensial llawn. Rhoddir amserlen y rhaglen ar gyfer bob lleoliad mewn manylder ar dudalennau 30-38. Mwynhewch ddarllen y llyfryn hwn a gobeithio y byddwch yn penderfynu astudio gyda ni. Athro Colin Trotman, Pennaeth yr Adran Joanna Ward, Cydlynydd y Rhaglen Paratoi am Radd BA yn y Dyniaethau

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Pryd a ble y gallaf astudio? Bydd y Rhaglen Paratoi am Radd BA yn y Dyniaethau’n dechrau yn yr wythnos sy’n dechrau ar ddydd Llun 23ain Ebrill 2012, ac yn rhedeg am 10 wythnos. Gallwch astudio mewn un o 8 lleoliad ar draws Abertawe, Castell-nedd Port Talbot, Sir Gaerfyrddin, a Sir Benfro.

ABERTAWE 1 Prifysgol Abertawe 2 Canolfan Adnoddau Cymunedol Forge Fach, Clydach CASTELL-NEDD PORT TALBOT

Ble y gallaf astudio?

1 Coleg Castell-nedd Port Talbot, Canolfan Stryd y Frenhines, Castell-nedd

Mae strwythur y Rhaglen Paratoi ar gyfer BA yn y Dyniaethau’n hyblyg iawn a gallwch ddewis a dethol eich cyrsiau neu “fodiwlau” mewn nifer o leoliadau i siwtio’ch anghenion. Gallwch astudio 2 fodiwl mewn un lleoliad (e.e. hanes a seicoleg yng Nghanolfan Stryd y Frenhines, Coleg Castell-nedd Port Talbot) neu astudio un modiwl mewn un lleoliad ac un arall mewn lleoliad gwahanol (e.e. cynghori ar Gampws Parc Singleton yn Abertawe a chymdeithaseg yng Nghlydach) n

Mae’n rhaid i chi astudio 2 fodiwl

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Os ydych yn cwrdd â’r meini prawf asesu byddwch yn ennill 10 credyd ar Lefel 0 am bob modiwl

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Mae pob modiwl 10 credyd yn gofyn am 20 awr o gyswllt gyda’ch tiwtor. Golyga hyn eich bod yn mynychu dau ddosbarth 2 awr yr wythnos am 10 wythnos ar gyfer pob modiwl

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Er mwyn ennill 20 credyd felly rydych yn mynychu 2 ddosbarth 2 awr yr wythnos am 10 wythnos

Fe’ch argymhellir yn gryf hefyd i fynychu Gweithdai Sgiliau Astudio. Bydd sgiliau astudio da yn eich galluogi chi i gyflawni eich potensial llawn. Bydd y rhain yn helpu i ddatblygu eich sgiliau ysgrifennu, ymchwil a chyfeirio. Am fwy o fanylion, gweler tudalen 40. To book your place contact Paul Dicks on 01792 295935 or p.dicks@swansea.ac.uk

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2 Canolfan Hyfforddi Glyn-nedd SIR GAERFYRDDIN 1 Canolfan y Mynydd Du, Brynaman

SIR BENFRO 1 Canolfan Bloomfield, Arberth 2 Coleg Sir Benfro, Hwlffordd 3 Canolfan Dysgu Cymunedol Abergwaun Bydd y Radd ran-amser ar gael yn y lleoliadau hyn i gyd ym mis Medi 2012. Bydd hefyd yn cael ei chynnig yn Townhill (Canolfan Phoenix), Banwen (Gweithdy DOVE), YMCA Port Talbot, Neuadd Goffa Llandybie, Llanelli (Canolfan Fenter Stebonheath), Canolfan Dysgu Cymunedol Doc Penfro a Chanolfan Dysgu Cymunedol Hwlffordd.

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Study Support Students returning to study often have particular requirements in terms of study support, so at DACE, we have a wide range of study support services available. The Study Tips to Achieve Results (STAR) Handbook and the DACE Student Online Support (SOS) learning resources provide advice on how to develop effective study strategies to help you make the most of your higher learning experience.

Support for Students with Specific Needs

The STAR Handbook has been designed to identify and develop specific study skills such as time management, preparing a presentation, grammar and punctuation, referencing and how to avoid plagiarism. You will be given the STAR Handbook during the first weeks of the BA Degree Preparation Programme.

The University has a well-established Disability Office where staff are happy to work together with the Department and with students at campus and in the community. More information is available about the services of the Disability Office via the University website or alternatively by contacting the Disability Office by calling 01792 513000, emailing disability@swansea.ac.uk or calling into Student Services reception in the Keir Hardie building to make a suitable appointment.

The SOS learning resource is another source of help and advice for you and is tailored for those studying at DACE. You can access the SOS site at www.swansea.ac.uk/dace/sos

The website www.swansea.ac.uk/undergraduate/student-life/health-and-welfare/ disability-office contains more information about their services.

The SOS site together with the STAR Handbook aim to help students of all abilities and backgrounds reach their full potential. Study Skills Workshops are also offered throughout the BA Degree Preparation Programme and Study Skills Tutors are always on hand to provide you with the help and support you need. They can offer help on a one-to-one basis, in person, by telephone or by e-mail. The Study Skills Tutors can also offer support for small groups of students around a specific area - such as essay preparation. Support with IT is also available on request and this can be delivered on a one-to-one basis or for small groups of students who might feel that they need some extra help developing their IT skills.

General Support for Students Financial support is available (subject to individual circumstances) for those students who require childcare or assistance with the care of a family member in order to allow them to attend the BA Degree Preparation Programme in Humanities. In order to plan any necessary support effectively, we ask that potential students contact us at the earliest opportunity. DACE is committed to providing opportunities to students from all walks of life and every effort is made to allow everyone to attend and enjoy our courses.

To book your place contact Paul Dicks on 01792 295935 or p.dicks@swansea.ac.uk

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Cymorth Astudio Yn aml bydd gan fyfyrwyr sy’n dychwelyd i astudio ofynion penodol o ran cymorth astudio. Felly yn AABO, mae gennym amrywiaeth eang o wasanaethau cymorth astudio ar gael. Mae’r Llawlyfr Awgrymiadau Astudio i Gyflawni Canlyniadau (STAR) ac adnoddau dysgu Cymorth Ar-lein i Fyfyrwyr (SOS) AABO yn rhoi cyngor ar sut i ddatblygu strategaethau astudio effeithiol i’ch helpu i wneud yn fawr o’ch profiad dysgu uwch. Lluniwyd y Llawlyfr STAR i nodi a datblygu sgiliau astudio penodol fel rheoli amser, paratoi cyflwyniadau, gramadeg ac atalnodi, cyfeirnodi a sut i osgoi llên-ladrad. Byddwch yn cael copi o’r Llawlyfr STAR yn ystod wythnosau cyntaf y Rhaglen Paratoi ar gyfer BA yn y Dyniaethau. Mae’r adnodd dysgu SOS yn ffynhonnell arall o help a chyngor i chi ac mae wedi’i ei deilwra’n benodol i’r rhai sy’n astudio yn AABO. Gallwch fynd i’r safle SOS drwy’r cyswllt www.swansea.ac.uk/dace/sos

Cymorth i Fyfyrwyr ag Anghenion Penodol Mae gan y Brifysgol Swyddfa Anabledd hir sefydledig lle mae’r staff yn hapus i gydweithio â’r Adran a chyda myfyrwyr ar y campws ac yn y gymuned. Gellir cael hyd i fwy o wybodaeth am wasanaethau’r Swyddfa Anabledd ar wefan y Brifysgol neu drwy gysylltu â’r Swyddfa Anableddau drwy ffonio 01792 513000, e-bostio disability@abertawe.ac.uk neu drwy alw heibio derbynfa Gwasanaethau Myfyrwyr yn adeilad Keir Hardie i wneud apwyntiad priodol. Mae’r wefan www.swansea.ac.uk/undergraduate/student-life/health-and-welfare/ disability-office yn cynnwys mwy o wybodaeth ynglyˆn â’u gwasanaethau.

Nod y safle SOS ynghyd â’r Llawlyfr STAR yw helpu myfyrwyr o bob gallu a chefndir i gyflawni eu potensial llawn. Mae Gweithdai Sgiliau Astudio hefyd ar gael drwy gydol y Rhaglen Paratoi ar gyfer BA yn y Dyniaethau ac mae Tiwtoriaid Sgiliau Astudio bob amser ar gael i’ch helpu a’ch cefnogi. Maen nhw’n cynnig cymorth ar sail un i un, dros y ffôn, neu dros e-bost. Gall Tiwtoriaid Sgiliau Astudio hefyd gynnig cefnogaeth i grwpiau myfyrwyr bach ar gyfer agwedd benodol - megis sut i baratoi traethawd. Mae cymorth TG hefyd ar gael ar gais a gellir darparu hwn ar sail un i un neu ar gyfer grwpiau bach o fyfyrwyr sy’n teimlo bod angen ychydig o gymorth ychwanegol arnynt i ddatblygu eu sgiliau TG.

Cymorth Cyffredinol i Fyfyrwyr Mae cymorth ariannol ar gael (yn amodol ar amgylchiadau unigol) i fyfyrwyr ag anghenion gofal plant neu sydd angen cymorth gyda gofalu am aelod o’r teulu er mwyn galluogi iddynt fynychu’r Rhaglen Paratoi am Radd BA yn y Dyniaethau. Er mwyn trefnu unrhyw gymorth angenrheidiol yn effeithiol, gofynnwn i ddarpar fyfyrwyr gysylltu â ni cyn gynted â phosib. Mae AABO yn ymroddedig i ehangu cyfleoedd ar gyfer myfyrwyr o bob agwedd o fywyd a gwneir pob ymdrech i ganiatáu i bawb fynychu a mwynhau ein cyrsiau. To book your place contact Paul Dicks on 01792 295935 or p.dicks@swansea.ac.uk

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Library and Information Services

Gwasanaethau Llyfrgell a Gwybodaeth

BA Degree Preparation Programme students can borrow material from the South Wales Miners’ Library (the DACE Library) at the Hendrefoelan Campus and Banwen Library at the DOVE Workshop. Students can also use the Library and Information Centre at the main campus in Swansea.

Gall myfyrwyr y Rhaglen Paratoi am BA yn y Dyniaethau fenthyg deunydd o Lyfrgell Glowyr De Cymru (Llyfrgell AABO) ar gampws Hendrefoelan a’r Gweithdy DOVE yn Llyfrgell y Banwen. Gall myfyrwyr hefyd ddefnyddio’r Ganolfan Llyfrgell a Gwybodaeth yn y prif gampws yn Abertawe.

A number of library and information services have been designed to suit the needs of part-time students. These services include:

Mae nifer o wasanaethau llyfrgell a gwybodaeth ar gael i siwtio anghenion myfyrwyr rhan-amser. Mae’r gwasanaethau hyn yn cynnwys:

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Transferring books between the libraries at the University for collection

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Trosglwyddo llyfrau rhwng llyfrgelloedd yn y Brifysgol i’w casglu

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Providing a photocopying service (subject to copyright laws)

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Darparu gwasanaeth llungopïo (yn amodol ar ddeddfau hawlfraint)

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Posting books to students

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Postio llyfrau at fyfyrwyr

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Renewing books by phone or online

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Adnewyddu llyfrau dros y ffôn neu ar-lein

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Answering queries by phone, online or in person

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Ateb ymholiadau dros y ffôn, ar-lein neu’n bersonol

The South Wales Miners’ Library at the Hendrefoelan Campus

Llyfrgell Glowyr De Cymru ar Gampws Hendrefoelan

Provides a friendly and flexible library service in a relaxed atmosphere

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Yn cynnig gwasanaeth llyfrgell hyblyg a chyfeillgar mewn awyrgylch hamddenol

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Holds books, journals and audio-visual materials on a wide range of subjects

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Yn cadw llyfrau, dyddlyfrau a deunydd clywedol ar amrywiaeth eang o bynciau

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Loans books for 4 weeks and doesn’t charge fines!

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Yn benthyca llyfrau am 4 wythnos, ac nid yw’n codi dirwyon!

Has 2 PC rooms which DACE students are welcome to use

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Yn meddu ar 2 ystafell gyfrifiaduron y mae croeso i fyfyrwyr AABO eu defnyddio

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If you feel a little unsure about finding your way around a library - or finding information by using the computers, please visit the South Wales Miners’ Library. Staff will be happy to spend time showing you how and where to locate books and resources using the library catalogue. Such visits often give students that extra bit of confidence they may need to effectively use the library and IT facilities. For further information about any of the support provided by Library and Information Services, please contact the South Wales Miners’ Library: Tel: 01792 518603/518693 | Email: miners@swansea.ac.uk

Am ragor o wybodaeth am unrhyw gymorth a roddir gan y Gwasanaethau Llyfrgell a Gwybodaeth, cysylltwch â Llyfrgell Glowyr De Cymru: Ffôn: 01792 518603/518693 | E-bost: miners@abertawe.ac.uk

Website: www.swansea.ac.uk/iss/swml

To book your place contact Paul Dicks on 01792 295935 or p.dicks@swansea.ac.uk

Os ydych ychydig yn ansicr am ganfod eich ffordd o amgylch llyfrgell - neu ganfod gwybodaeth drwy ddefnyddio cyfrifiaduron, ewch i Lyfrgell Glowyr De Cymru. Bydd staff yn hapus i dreulio amser yn dangos i chi sut a ble i ddod o hyd i lyfrau ac adnoddau drwy ddefnyddio catalog y llyfrgell. Bydd ymweliadau o’r fath yn aml yn rhoi’r hyder ychwanegol sydd ei angen ar fyfyrwyr i ddefnyddio’r llyfrgell a’r cyfleusterau TG yn effeithiol.

Gwefan: www.swansea.ac.uk/iss/swml

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Help with your choices - Guidance is available

Cymorth gyda’ch dewisiadau - Mae cyfarwyddyd ar gael

At DACE we recognise that it is sometimes difficult to decide which direction to take with regard to educational opportunities. This is why we offer free, confidential and impartial guidance to prospective students and can spend time with you to discuss further courses and careers paths.

Mae AABO yn cydnabod ei fod weithiau’n anodd penderfynu ar ba gyfeiriad i’w gymryd o ran cyfleoedd addysgol. Dyma pam yr ydym yn cynnig cyfarwyddyd cyfrinachol a diduedd am ddim i unrhyw ddarpar fyfyrwyr ac yn gallu treulio amser yn trafod cyrsiau pellach a llwybrau gyrfaol perthnasol gyda chi.

Careers guidance sessions are available for all BA Degree Preparation Programme students. Our guidance team is very flexible and can meet you on campus at Swansea or at a community venue. To make an appointment for an informal chat please contact Jane Lingard on (01792) 602211 or at j.lingard@swansea.ac.uk

Mae sesiynau cyfarwyddyd gyrfaoedd ar gael i bob myfyriwr ar y Rhaglen Paratoi ar gyfer BA yn y Dyniaethau ac mae ein tîm cyfarwyddyd yn hyblyg iawn a gallant gwrdd â chi yn Abertawe neu mewn lleoliad yn y gymuned. I wneud apwyntiad am sgwrs anffurfiol, cysylltwch â Jane Lingard ar (01792) 602211 neu e-bostiwch j.lingard@abertawe.ac.uk

A member of our guidance team will visit you towards the end of the programme to discuss your options. We will contact you with further information about this in June 2012. Guidance is also available in Welsh.

To book your place contact Paul Dicks on 01792 295935 or p.dicks@swansea.ac.uk

Bydd aelod o’n tîm arweiniad yn ymweld â chi tuag at ddiwedd y rhaglen i drafod eich opsiynau. Byddwn yn cysylltu â chi â rhagor o wybodaeth am hyn ym mis Mehefin 2012. Mae cyfarwyddyd ar gael yn Gymraeg ac yn Saesneg.

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Some Questions Answered What qualifications do I need? There are no formal entry requirements for the BA Degree Preparation Programme in Humanities. There are many reasons why you might decide to enrol. You may want to update previous skills, develop your qualifications, improve your career opportunities, or simply try something different and meet new people.

How will my work be assessed? Assessment is made on the basis of essays, short pieces of written work, journals and/or informal presentations submitted during the module. Examinations do not form part of the assessment of any of the modules. In addition to this, your participation in and overall contribution to class-room discussions is taken into consideration.

How much will it cost? At DACE, we do not want lack of finances to be a barrier to anyone wanting to prepare for Higher Education (HE). With the support of Higher Education Funding Council for Wales (HEFCW), Swansea University offers a fee waiver scheme for eligible students. However, if you already have a first degree, including Foundation Degree or HNC/HND or other undergraduate credit-bearing higher education award funded by HEFCW you will not be eligible for a fee waiver. Neither will you be eligible for funding to repeat a module regardless of credit achievement. If you meet at least one of the conditions set out below you do not pay for the BA Degree Preparation Programme: 1. Your family is in receipt of Income Support or Income based Jobseekers allowance or Housing benefit or Pension Credit or Council Tax benefit or Working Tax Credit

If you do not meet any of the criteria above, you can still apply for Financial Contingency Funding. This is not means tested and is operated in conjunction with the Student Support Office at Swansea University. You can apply if you are new to Higher Education and enrol for and complete modules with a combined credit total of between 12 and 59 credits. You will not be eligible for this funding if you have previously received this financial support and have HNC/HND equivalent or higher qualification. Previous study with DACE may also be classed as previous experience of Higher Education.

How do I apply? Please complete the application form at the end of this brochure and return it to Paul Dicks at the address on the back page. Please fill in all sections as fully as possible ensuring that the correct module codes are included. Please note that each module code is different and is linked to individual venues. Whilst students can enrol during the first session of the course it is advisable to pre-enrol using the attached application form. When you are completing your application form, please refer to page 44.

Why should I provide a reserve choice? Some courses fill up very quickly and in some instances we may ask you to attend your third module choice. You will be informed of changes to arrangements in good time. However, in order to ensure you study your preferred modules please return the application form as soon as possible. Your reserve choice will be automatically selected if any of the courses you have chosen are full or have low student numbers.

2. You are in receipt of Severe Disablement Allowance or Disability Living Allowance or Attendance Allowance or Incapacity Benefit or Carer’s Allowance 3. You are a registered job seeker, and have been so for a continuous period of no less than six weeks prior to the date of application for fee waiver 4. Your sole family income is through Department for Work and Pensions benefits 5. Your sole family income is through means tested benefits You must provide DACE with official documentary evidence of your entitlement on application. If your situation changes during the Programme you must contact us immediately. To book your place contact Paul Dicks on 01792 295935 or p.dicks@swansea.ac.uk

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Atebion i Rai Cwestiynau Pa gymwysterau sydd eu hangen arnaf? Nid oes gofynion mynediad ffurfiol ar gyfer y Rhaglen Paratoi ar gyfer BA yn y Dyniaethau. Mae sawl rheswm pam y byddwch am gofrestru ar gyfer y rhaglen hon. Efallai eich bod am ddiweddaru hen sgiliau, datblygu eich cymwysterau neu wella eich cyfleoedd gyrfaol, neu yn syml er mwyn rhoi cynnig ar rywbeth gwahanol a chwrdd â phobl newydd.

Sut y bydd fy ngwaith yn cael ei asesu? Cewch eich asesu drwy gyflwyno traethodau, darnau ysgrifenedig byr, dyddlyfrau a/ neu ar gyflwyniadau anffurfiol a wnaed yn ystod y cwrs. Nid yw arholiadau’n rhan o’r cynllun asesu ar gyfer unrhyw un o’r modiwlau. Yn ogystal â hyn, mae eich cyfranogiad cyffredinol i drafodaethau’r ystafell ddosbarth yn cael ei ystyried.

Beth fydd y gost? Yn AABO, nid ydym am i brinder arian fod yn rhwystr i unrhyw un sy’n dymuno paratoi ar gyfer Addysg Uwch (AU). Gyda chymorth Cyngor Cyllido Addysg Uwch Cymru (CCAUC), mae Prifysgol Abertawe’n cynnig cynllun hepgor ffioedd i fyfyrwyr cymwys. Fodd bynnag os oes gradd gennych yn barod, gan gynnwys Gradd Sylfaen neu HNC/ HND neu unrhyw ddyfarniad addysg uwch a ariannwyd gan CCAUC sy’n dwyn credydau, ni fyddwch yn gymwys ar gyfer hepgoriad ffioedd. Ni fyddwch chwaith yn gymwys ar gyfer ariannu i ailadrodd modiwl, dim ots beth yw’ch llwyddiant credyd: Os ydych yn bodloni o leiaf un o’r amodau a osodir isod nid oes rhaid i chi dalu ar gyfer y Rhaglen Paratoi am BA yn y Dyniaethau: 1. Mae eich teulu’n derbyn Cymhorthdal Incwm neu Lwfans Ceiswyr Gwaith yn seiliedig ar incwm neu Fudd-dal Tai neu Gredyd Pensiwn neu Fudd-dal Treth y Cyngor neu Gredyd Treth Gwaith 2. Rydych yn derbyn Lwfans Anabledd Difrifol neu Lwfans Byw i’r Anabl neu Lwfans Gweini neu Fudd-dal Analluogrwydd neu Lwfans Gofalwr

Mae’n rhaid i chi gyflwyno tystiolaeth ddogfennol i AABO o’ch hawl pan fyddwch yn gwneud cais. Os yw eich sefyllfa’n newid yn ystod y rhaglen mae’n rhaid i chi gysylltu â ni ar unwaith. Os nad ydych yn bodloni unrhryw un o’r meini prawf uchad, gallwch wneud i cais o hyd i’r Cronfeydd Ariannol Wrth Gefn. Nid yw hwn yn destun prawf modd, ac fe’i gweithredir mewn cydweithrediad a Swyddfa Cymorth i Fyfyrwyr Prifysgol Abertawe. Gallwch wneud cais os ydych yn newydd i Addysg Uwch a chofrestru am fodylau a’u cwblhau gyda chyfanswm sy’n werth rhwng 12 a 59 credyd. Ni fyddwch yn gymwys am yr arian hwn os ydych wedi derbyn cymorth ariannol eisoes ac mae gennych HNC/HND cyfwerth neu gymhwyster uwch. Gall astudio gydag AABO yn y gorffennol hefyd gael ei ystyried fel profiad blaenorol o Addysg Uwch.

Sut ydw i’n gwneud cais? Cwblhewch y ffurflen gais yng nghefn y llyfryn hwn a’i dychwelyd at Paul Dicks yn y cyfeiriad ar y dudalen gefn. Cwblhewch gymaint â phosib o bob adran gan sicrhau bod codau cywir y modylau wedi’u cynnwys. Sylwer bod cod pob modiwl yn wahanol ac yn gysylltiedig â lleoliadau unigol. Er gall myfyrwyr gofrestru yn ystod sesiwn gyntaf y cwrs, fe’ch argymhellir i gofrestru o flaen llaw drwy ddefnyddio’r ffurflen gais sydd ynghlwm. Wrth gwblhau eich ffurflen gais, cyfeiriwch at dudalen 45.

Pam y dylwn gynnwys dewis wrth gefn? Mae rhai cyrsiau’n llenwi’n gyflym ac weithiau byddwn yn gofyn i chi fynychu modiwl sy’n drydydd ddewis i chi. Cewch wybod am unrhyw newidiadau i’r trefniadau mewn da bryd. Serch hynny, er mwyn sicrhau eich bod yn astudio’r modiwlau o’ch dewis, dychwelwch y ffurflen gais cyn gynted â phosib. Bydd eich modiwl wrth gefn yn cael ei ddewis yn awtomatig os bydd unrhyw gwrs yr ydych wedi’i ddewis yn llawn neu os mai nifer bach o fyfyrwyr yn unig sydd wedi’i ddewis.

3. Rydych yn geisiwr gwaith cofrestredig, ac wedi bod am gyfnod di-dor heb fod yn llai na chwe wythnos cyn dyddiad eich cais am hepgoriad ffioedd 4. Daw eich incwm teulu’n gyfan gwbl drwy fudd-daliadau’r Adran Gwaith a Phensiynau 5. Daw eich incwm teulu’n gyfan gwbl drwy fudd-daliadau ar sail prawf moddion

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We enjoyed it - You will too! Over the years, students have been encouraged to join the BA Degree Preparation Programme to help them make an informed decision about taking up the Part-time Degree in Humanities. Many students find the BA Degree Preparation Programme an ideal starting point to their higher education journey. But don’t take our word for it, please read the students’ stories below… “For a long time I had been looking at getting back into education but with various other commitments I didn’t have the time. Then unfortunately I had a motorcycle accident with the result that I was off work. During this time I attended a local event where I met staff from DACE; we chatted and I discovered the BA Degree Preparation Programme. It was just perfect for me - not only did it give me something to do whilst I was recovering; it also opened the doors for me to return to education in a nice gradual way rather than being ‘thrown in at the deep-end’. As you can imagine I was very nervous going back to study many years after leaving school, but those nerves were unfounded. On my first day I was greeted with a smile, given loads of really helpful information and then met my lecturer - wow, what a character, he really made the classes fun whilst still being very informative. Ten weeks later (trust me when I say it flew by) my essays were handed in, marked and returned to me. I went from not having done an essay since school to successfully completing 2 essays, carrying out research, increasing my knowledge and really enjoying every minute of it. I am now in my first year of the BA (Hons) Part-time Degree in Humanities. Without the BA Degree Preparation Programme I wouldn’t have realised I could study for a degree around my normal working life. I am looking forward to learning more, meeting some amazing people and best of all, having fun. All of this has been made easier and more accessible because of the BA Preparation Programme I took part in last year.”

“After giving up my job nearly 3 years ago to become a mother I was ready to get my future back on track. I was told about the Part-time Degree by a friend and rang staff at DACE to find out more. I was obviously extremely nervous about starting something completely different but I took the opportunity of enrolling on the BA Degree Preparation Programme. The staff at DACE were extremely helpful and even arranged and paid for the childcare of my youngest son whilst I studied during the 10 weeks. The tutors understood that studying was all new to me and that it had been a while since I had taken part in any kind of learning. I found the course fun and I always looked forward to the weeks ahead and what new information I was going to learn. I am now in my first year of the BA (Hons) Part-time Degree in Humanities in Townhill studying psychology and sociology. The BA Degree Preparation Programme really gave me the confidence I lacked to try and further myself and I would seriously recommend it to anyone.” Jennie Welch

“I had looked at the possibility of returning to education for a long time. I left school with just GCE ‘O’ levels but was afraid to commit myself to a long period of study in case I wasn’t capable of it. When I found out about the BA Preparation Programme, it seemed ideal. Taking two lessons a week for ten weeks was something I knew I could manage and at the end of it, I would know if doing a degree was for me or not.”

Alan King Carol Inclan

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Roeddem wrth ein boddau - Byddwch chi hefyd! Dros y blynyddoedd, anogwyd myfyrwyr i ymuno â’ Rhaglen Paratoi am Radd BA yn y Dyniaethau i’w helpu i wneud penderfyniad gwybodus ynglŷn ag ymgymryd â’r Radd Ran-amser yn y Dyniaethau. Mae nifer o fyfyrwyr yn gweld y Rhaglen Paratoi am Radd BA yn y Dyniaethau fel man cychwyn delfrydol i’w taith addysg uwch. Ond peidiwch â chymryd ein gair ni, darllenwch y straeon isod gan fyfyrwyr... “Bûm yn ystyried dychwelyd at addysg am amser maith ond gyda chymaint o ymrwymiadau eraill doedd dim amser gen i. Yna yn anffodus cefais ddamwain beic modur ac o ganlyniad roeddwn i ffwrdd o’r gwaith am gyfnod. Yn ystod y cyfnod hwn mynychais ddigwyddiad lleol lle cwrddais â staff o AABO; cawsom sgwrs a darganfyddais y Rhaglen Paratoi am Radd BA yn y Dyniaethau. Roedd hi’n fy siwtio’n berffaith - rhoddodd rhywbeth i mi wneud tra’r oeddwn yn gwella; a hefyd agorodd y drysau i mi ddychwelyd at addysg yn raddol yn hytrach na chael fy ‘nhaflu i mewn yn y pen dwfn’. Fel y gallwch ddychmygu roeddwn yn nerfus iawn ynghylch mynd yn ôl i astudio gymaint o flynyddoedd ar ôl gadael yr ysgol, ond nid oedd unrhyw reswm dros fod yn nerfus. Ar fy niwrnod cyntaf cefais fy nghyfarch â gwên, a chefais lwyth o wybodaeth ddefnyddiol tu hwnt ac yna cwrddais â’m darlithydd - dyna i chi gymeriad! Mi wnaeth y dosbarthiadau’n hwyl ond yn addysgiadol iawn ar yr un pryd. Deg wythnos yn ddiweddarach (credwch fi wnaeth hi hedfan heibio) roedd fy nhraethodau wedi’u cyflwyno, eu marcio a’u dychwelyd i mi. Doeddwn i heb ysgrifennu traethawd ers yr ysgol a nawr dyma fi’n cwblhau 2 draethawd yn llwyddiannus, yn cynyddu fy ymwybyddiaeth ac yn mwynhau pob munud. Rydw i bellach ym mlwyddyn gyntaf fy Ngradd BA (Anrhydedd) Rhan-amser yn y Dyniaethau. Heb y Rhaglen Paratoi am Radd BA yn y Dyniaethau ni fyddwn wedi sylweddoli bod modd i mi astudio am radd o gwmpas fy mywyd gwaith arferol. Rydw i’n edrych ymlaen at ddysgu mwy, at gwrdd â phobl anhygoel a gorau oll, at gael hwyl. Mae hyn i gyd wedi’i wneud yn haws ac yn fwy hygyrch oherwydd y Rhaglen Paratoi am BA y cymerais ran ynddi’r llynedd.”

“Ar ôl rhoi’r gorau i’m swydd bron i 3 blynedd yn ôl i fod yn fam roeddwn i’n barod i ailgydio yn yr awenau. Cefais wybod am y Radd Ran-amser gan ffrind a ffoniais staff yn AABO i gael gwybod rhagor. Yn amlwg roeddwn i’n hynod o nerfus ynghylch dechrau rhywbeth gwbl wahanol ond cymerais y cyfle i gofrestru ar y Rhaglen Paratoi am BA yn y Dyniaethau. Roedd y staff yn AABO yn hynod o gynorthwyol a gwnaethant hyd yn oed drefnu a thalu am ofal ar gyfer fy mhlentyn ieuengaf tra bûm yn astudio yn ystod y 10 wythnos. Roedd y tiwtoriaid yn deall bod astudio’n beth newydd i mi a bod hi wedi bod yn sbel ers i mi gymryd rhan mewn unrhyw fath o ddysgu. Cefais hwyl ar y cwrs ac roeddwn wastad yn edrych ymlaen at yr wythnosau o’m blaen ac at ba wybodaeth newydd y byddwn yn ei dysgu. Rydw i bellach ym mlwyddyn gyntaf fy Ngradd BA (Anrhydedd) Rhan-amser yn y Dyniaethau yn Townhill yn astudio seicoleg a chymdeithaseg. Rhoddodd y Rhaglen Paratoi am Radd BA y hyder oedd angen arnaf i geisio ymestyn fy hun a byddwn wir yn ei hargymell i unrhyw un.” Jennie Welch

“Edrychais ar y posibilrwydd o ddychwelyd i addysg am flynyddoedd lawer. Gadewais yr ysgol gyda lefelau ‘O’ TAG ond roedd ofn arnaf ymrwymo i gyfnod astudio hir, rhag ofn na fyddwn yn gallu ei wneud. Pan gefais wybod am y Rhaglen Baratoi ar gyfer BA Dyniaethau, roedd yn ddelfrydol. Roedd mynd i ddwy wers yr wythnos am ddeg wythnos yn rhywbeth y byddwn yn gallu ei wneud ac ar ddiwedd y rhaglen, byddwn yn gwybod a oedd gradd yn addas i mi neu beidio.”

Alan King Carol Inclan

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Information Events in the Region Information Events, FREE Taster Workshops and Lectures in the Community

Carmarthenshire

Before the BA Degree Preparation Programme in Humanities starts we are offering a series of Information Events, FREE Taster Workshops and Community Based Lectures during February, March and April. They are intended to help you make an informed decision about the programme and to give you a ‘flavour’ of a subject area.

Llandybie Memorial Hall, Woodfield Road, Llandybie, SA18 3UR Monday 5th March 2012, 5pm - 7pm

If you need more details about the BA Degree Preparation Programme come along to one of our Information Events in March 2012. EVERYONE IS WELCOME. SWANSEA

Felinfoel Community Education Centre, Tanyrhodyn Road, Felinfoel, Llanelli, SA15 4LN Monday 12th March 2012, 11am - 1pm The Black Mountain Centre, Cwmgarw Road, Brynaman, SA18 1BU Tuesday 13th March 2012, 11am - 1pm Pembrokeshire

Swansea Central Library, Civic Centre, Oystermouth Road, SA1 3SN Tuesday 6th March 2012, 10am - 7pm

Haverfordwest Library, Dew Street, Haverfordwest, SA61 1SU Wednesday 7th March 2012, 3pm - 5pm

The Phoenix Centre, Paradise Park, Powys Avenue, Townhill, SA1 6PH Wednesday 7th March 2012, 11am - 1pm

Fishguard Leisure Centre, Heol Dyfed, Fishguard, SA65 9DT Friday 9th March 2012, 5pm - 7pm

Forge Fach Community Resource Centre, Hebron Road, Clydach, SA6 5EJ Thursday 15th March 2012, 5pm - 7pm

The Bloomfield Centre, Redstone Road, Narberth SA67 7ES Tuesday 13th March 2012, 11am - 1pm

Swansea Central Library, Civic Centre, Oystermouth Road, SA1 3SN Saturday 17th March 2012, 10am - 4pm

For further information about these events please contact Paul Dicks on 01792 295935, p.dicks@swansea.ac.uk

Neath Port Talbot Port Talbot YMCA, 48-52 Talbot Road, Port Talbot, SA13 1HU Wednesday 7th March 2012, 11am - 1pm Glynneath Training Centre, Oddfellows Street, Glynneath, SA11 5DB Monday 12th March 2012, 5pm - 7pm

“Going along to an Information Event and chatting through my options really helped me make the right subject choices”

DOVE Workshop, Roman Road, Banwen, SA10 9LW Wednesday 14th March 2012, 11am - 1pm Neath Port Talbot College, Queen St. Centre, Neath, SA11 1DL Thursday 15th March 2012, 11am - 1pm

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FREE Taster Workshops The workshops will take place throughout March 2012. They will comprise of an hour of informal discussion and will introduce you to a subject area. EVERYONE IS WELCOME. Swansea

The Black Mountain Centre, Cwmgarw Road, Brynaman, Carmarthenshire, SA18 1BU Tuesday 27th March 2012, OPHTFP0511

The Phoenix Centre Paradise Park, Powys Avenue, Townhill, Swansea, SA1 6PH Thursday 22nd March 2012, OPHTFP0111 n

10.00am - 11.00am Sociology

Sally Richardson

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11.30am - 12.30pm Counselling

Sarah Pozzi

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1.00pm - 2.00pm

Sarah Pozzi

Psychology

Carmarthenshire

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10.00am - 11.00am Psychology

Wendy Ore

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11.30am - 12.30pm History

Huw Williams

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1.00pm - 2.00pm

Peter Thabit Jones

English

Pembrokeshire

Forge Fach Community Resource Centre Hebron Road, Clydach, Swansea, SA6 5EJ

Fishguard Community Learning Centre Ysgol Bro Gwaun, Fishguard, Pembrokeshire, SA65 9DT

Thursday 29th March 2012, OPHTFP0211

Thursday 22nd March 2012, OPHTFP0611

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10.00am - 11.00am Sociology

Sally Richardson

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10.00am - 11.00am Sociology

Ian James

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11.30am - 12.30pm History

Huw Williams

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11.30am - 12.30pm History

Bernard Salter

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1.00pm - 2.00pm

Huw Williams

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1.00pm - 2.00pm

Jill Jenkins

Cultural Studies

Neath Port Talbot

The Bloomfield Centre, Narberth Redstone Road, Narberth, Pembrokeshire, SA67 7ES

Neath Port Talbot College, Queen Street Centre, Neath, SA11 1DL

Tuesday 27th March 2012, OPHTFP0711

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11.30am - 12.30pm English Literature

Peter Thabit Jones

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History

Huw Williams

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2.00pm - 3.00pm

Psychology

Carole Butler

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10.00am - 11.00am Sociology

Jane Elliott

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11.30am - 12.30pm Psychology

Paul Haggar

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1.00pm - 2.00pm

Jan Haggar

Counselling

Room G1.2, Pembrokeshire College, Haverfordwest Pembrokeshire, SA61 1SZ Thursday 29th March 2012, OPHTFP0811

Glynneath Training Centre Oddfellows Street, Glynneath, Neath, SA11 5DB Monday 26th March 2012, OPHTFP0411 n

10.00am - 11.00am Counselling

Carole Butler

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11.30am - 12.30pm Sociology

Ian James

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1.00pm - 2.00pm

Dr. Lynne Jenkins

Maths Myths Unravelled

English

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10.00am - 11.00am History

Bernard Salter

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11.30am - 12.30pm Psychology

Paul Haggar

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1.00pm - 2.00pm

Jill Jenkins

English

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FREE Community Based Lecture Series 2012 Thursday 16th February 2012 3.45pm - 5.30pm Discovery Room, Swansea Central Library, Civic Centre, Oystermouth Road, SA1 3SN Spitting Goddesses and Stony Snakes: The Religious Significance of Flint in Pharaonic Egypt (Dr Carolyn Graves Brown) Thursday 1st March 2012 6.00pm - 7.45pm Resolven Building Blocks, Resolven ICC, Resolven, Neath, SA11 4AB Natural History: Life on the Sea Shore (Dr. Michael Isaac) Friday 2nd March 2012 10.00am - 11.45am DOVE Workshop, Roman Road, Banwen, SA10 9LW History: What’s the Point? (Dr. Keith Davies) Thursday 8th March 2012 10.30am - 12.15pm Canolfan Maerdy, New Road, Tairgwaith, SA18 1UD Wales and the Welfare State (Bernard Salter) Wednesday 14th March 2012 10.30am - 12.15pm The Bloomfield Centre, Redstone Road, Narberth, SA67 7ES Is the State Responsible for Our Children? (Dr. Anne Kelly) Thursday 15th March 2012 3.45pm - 5.30pm Discovery Room, Swansea Central Library, Civic Centre, Oystermouth Road, SA1 3SN Emily Brontë and the Mother World (Professor Stevie Davies) Thursday 22nd March 2012 10.00am - 11.45am Port Talbot YMCA, 48-52 Talbot Road, Port Talbot, SA13 1HU The Scandal of Welsh Writing in English: Caradoc Evans and the Consequences (Dr. Alyce von Rothkirch) Thursday 19th April 2012 3.45pm - 5.30pm Discovery Room, Swansea Central Library, Civic Centre, Oystermouth Road, SA1 3SN Monica Lewinsky and Me (Professor M. Wynn Thomas) Tuesday 15th May 2012 10.00am - 11.45am Discovery Room, Swansea Central Library, Civic Centre, Oystermouth Road, SA1 3SN Traumas of the Mediated Society: Cinema and Technological Narratives (Dr. Alexia L. Bowler) Admission is FREE, but seating is limited in the above venues. It is highly advisable to book a place. For further information please contact 01792 602211, adult.education@swansea.ac.uk

To book your place contact Paul Dicks on 01792 295935 or p.dicks@swansea.ac.uk

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Tuesday 24th April 2012, 6pm - 8pm Room 313, Keir Hardie Building

Swansea

DAM007FP11 Introduction to Sociology (Sally Richardson) This module aims to introduce students to the subject of sociology and how it assists our understanding of the world around us. This will involve discussing key issues and processes of change that shape contemporary society. Tuesday 24th April 2012, 6pm - 8pm Video-conference Suite, Faraday Building DAE072FP11 Linguistics: How Language Works (Dr. Dulcie Engel) This preparatory module introduces linguistics through an examination of topics related to psychology, sociology and style. It will address aspects of language; origins and animal language; language and the brain; language, dialect and accent; language, class and gender; discourse analysis. This class will be linked to Pembrokeshire via videoconference.

Swansea University Campus Singleton Park, Swansea SA2 8PP

Wednesday 25th April 2012, 6pm - 8pm

01792 295935/602211 (DACE Reception) www.swansea.ac.uk/dace

Video-conference Suite, Faraday Building

Swansea University campus is situated at Singleton Park. Refreshments and light snacks are available on campus and there is ample parking for students studying in the evening. Classes will be held in the Keir Hardie and Faraday Buildings.

DAL019FP11 What is History? (Judie Jancovich) This module will look at key personalities in history and explore major historical events in twentieth century British society, including the Suffragette Movement 1900 - 1930. This class will be linked from Pembrokeshire to Swansea via video-conference. Wednesday 25th April 2012, 6pm - 8pm Room 115, Keir Hardie Building

Monday 23rd April 2012, 6pm - 8pm Room 302, Keir Hardie Building DAF001FP11 Introduction to Counselling (Janet Reeves) This module aims to raise awareness and understanding of the basic concepts of person centred counselling by exploring issues relating to society and the development of practical counselling skills. Monday 23rd April 2012, 6pm - 8pm Room 429, Keir Hardie Building TBA Science, Spirituality and Health (Dr. Penny Sartori) This module will consider ways in which individuals can be empowered to take responsibility for their own health by embracing both the spiritual and physical aspects of life in conjunction with modern medicine. There will be frequent discussions and debates. Tuesday 24th April 2012, 6pm - 8pm Room 429, Keir Hardie Building DAP001FP11 The Numbers Game - Introduction to Maths & Statistics (Dr. Lynne Jenkins) This module is designed to help students with their mathematical and statistical skills. It will help students gain confidence to study mathematics and statistics further. To book your place contact Paul Dicks on 01792 295935 or p.dicks@swansea.ac.uk

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DAM004FP11 What is Psychology? (Carole Butler) This module will look at psychology as a science of the mind and behaviour. It will aim to explain development in terms of psychological theories. Thursday 26th April 2012, 6pm - 8pm Video-conference Suite, Faraday Building DAD005FP11 Introducing Literature (Dr. Alyce von Rothkirch) This relaxed and supportive module will introduce students to many forms of writing including a wide range of poems, novels and plays. This class will be linked to Pembrokeshire via video-conference. Thursday 26th April 2012, 6pm - 8pm Room 302, Keir Hardie Building DAJ008FP11 Introduction to Philosophical Thinking (Jenni Jenkins) This module is an introduction to some of the central questions in philosophy. We will ask, how certain is our knowledge of anything, including our selves? Is there anything we can take for granted? We will also look at morality, to what extent is it connected with our everyday lives and our roles as human beings and question why should we be good?

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Swansea

Neath Port Talbot

Forge Fach Community Resource Centre, Clydach

Neath Port Talbot College, Queen Street Centre, Neath 28 Queen Street, Neath SA11 1DL

Hebron Road, Clydach, Swansea SA6 5EJ 01792 845566

01639 648110

enquiries@forgefach.org

qsc@nptc.ac.uk

www.forgefach.org.uk

www.nptc.ac.uk

The Forge Fach Community Resource Centre offers a range of facilities including a café and a nursery, a fully equipped IT suite, a multi-purpose hall and training and conference rooms. There is off-road parking available.

The Queen Street Centre is situated in the middle of Neath town centre. It is well equipped and is comfortable with a relaxed atmosphere. There are tea and coffee making facilities for students’ use. Parking is available near-by for a small charge.

Thursday 26th April 2012, 10am - 12pm

Thursday 26th April 2012, 10am - 12pm

DAM007FPA11

DAL019FPB11

Introduction to Sociology (Sally Richardson)

What is History? (Huw Williams)

This module aims to introduce students to the subject of sociology and how it assists our understanding of the world around us. This will involve discussing key issues and processes of change that shape contemporary society.

This module will look at key personalities in history and explore major historical events in twentieth century British society, including the Suffragette Movement 1900 - 1930. It will also cover aspects of society and politics in modern Wales.

Thursday 26th April 2012, 1pm - 3pm

Thursday 26th April 2012, 1pm - 3pm

DAL019FPA11

DAM004FPA11

What is History? (Huw Williams)

This module will look at key personalities in history and explore major historical events in twentieth century British society, including the Suffragette Movement 1900 - 1930. It will also cover aspects of society and politics in modern Wales.

To book your place contact Paul Dicks on 01792 295935 or p.dicks@swansea.ac.uk

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What is Psychology? (Carole Butler)

This module will look at psychology as a science of the mind and behaviour. It will aim to explain development in terms of psychological theories.

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Neath Port Talbot

Carmarthenshire

Glynneath Training Centre

The Black Mountain Centre, Brynaman

Oddfellows Street, Glynneath, Neath SA11 5DB 01639 721772

Cwmgarw Road, Brynaman, Carmarthenshire SA18 1BU

glynneathtc@googlemail.com

01269 823400

admin@brynaman.org.uk

www.glynneathtc.org.uk

www.brynaman.org.uk

The Glynneath Training Centre has a relaxed atmosphere where staff are well qualified, friendly and welcoming. The Centre is adjacent to the Co-operative Store in the centre of Glynneath and has excellent facilities, including two computer suites, a Cyber Café and a bilingual nursery. There are also tea and coffee making facilities for students’ use. The Java Bean Café offers a variety of healthy snacks and meals and also has PCs with free internet access. Parking is available.

The Black Mountain Centre offers a range of facilities throughout the year including a restaurant using the best of locally sourced produce. The staff at the Centre are friendly and the teaching rooms are comfortable and well-equipped. There is off-road parking available.

Monday 23rd April 2012, 6pm - 8pm

Tuesday 24th April 2012, 10am - 12pm

DAF001FPA11

DAM007FPC11 Introduction to Sociology (Ian James)

Introduction to Counselling (Carole Butler)

This module aims to raise awareness and understanding of the basic concepts of person centred counselling by exploring issues relating to society and the development of practical counselling skills.

This module aims to introduce students to the subject of sociology and how it assists our understanding of the world around us. This will involve discussing key issues and processes of change that shape contemporary society.

Wednesday 25th April 2012, 6pm - 8pm

Tuesday 24th April 2012, 1pm - 3pm

DAM007FPB11

DAD005FPA11

Introduction to Sociology (Ian James)

This module aims to introduce students to the subject of sociology and how it assists our understanding of the world around us. This will involve discussing key issues and processes of change that shape contemporary society.

To book your place contact Paul Dicks on 01792 295935 or p.dicks@swansea.ac.uk

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Introducing Literature (Kerri Mawer)

This relaxed and supportive module will introduce students to many forms of writing including a wide range of poems, novels and plays.

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Pembrokeshire

Pembrokeshire

The Bloomfield Centre, Narberth

Pembrokeshire College, Haverfordwest

Redstone Road, Narberth, Pembrokeshire SA67 7ES 01834 860293

Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire SA61 1SZ

janine.perkins@pembrokeshire.gov.uk

01437 753000

admissions@pembrokeshire.ac.uk

www.bloomfield.narberth.co.uk

www.pembrokeshire.ac.uk

Bloomfield House Community Centre offers a wide range of educational and leisure courses and sports and fitness facilities. Refreshments are available and are provided in-house for students’ use. The Centre also has a day nursery and an after-school club. There is off-road parking available.

Pembrokeshire College is situated in a modern, purpose-built campus in Haverfordwest. The College has excellent facilities and equipment. There are vending machines providing hot and cold drinks, confectionery and savoury snacks. The Video-conference Room is located to the rear of the main college building at the top of the main car park.

Tuesday 24th April 2012, 10am - 12pm DAM003FP11

Sociology: Exploring the Family (Jane Elliott)

This module aims to explore different family forms in traditional and contemporary societies. The diversity of and alternatives to family forms will be considered. Tuesday 24th April 2012, 1pm - 3pm DAM004FPB11

What is Psychology? (Paul Haggar)

This module will look at psychology as a science of the mind and behaviour. It will aim to explain development in terms of psychological theories.

Tuesday 24th April 2012, 6pm - 8pm VIDEO-CONFERENCE ROOM DAE072FP11 Linguistics: How Language Works (Dr. Dulcie Engel) This preparatory module introduces linguistics through an examination of topics related to psychology, sociology and style. It will address aspects of language; origins and animal language; language and the brain; language, dialect and accent; language, class and gender; discourse analysis. This course will be taught via video-conference link from Swansea University. Wednesday 25th April 2012, 6pm - 8pm VIDEO-CONFERENCE ROOM DAL019FPA11 What is History? (Judie Jancovich) This module will look at key personalities in history and explore major historical events in twentieth century British society, including the Suffragette Movement 1900 - 1930. This class will be linked to Swansea via video-conference. Thursday 26th April 2012, 6pm - 8pm VIDEO-CONFERENCE ROOM DAD005FP11 Introducing Literature (Dr. Alyce von Rothkirch) This relaxed and supportive module will introduce students to many forms of writing including a wide range of poems, novels and plays. This course will be taught via video-conference link from Swansea University.

To book your place contact Paul Dicks on 01792 295935 or p.dicks@swansea.ac.uk

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Pembrokeshire

Contact Us | Cysylltwch â ni

Fishguard Community Learning Centre

Glyndw ˆ r Building, Singleton Park, Swansea SA2 8PP

Fishguard.Learning@Pembrokeshire.gov.uk

Tel: (01792) 295935

www.sir-benfro.gov.uk/learningpembrokeshire Fishguard Community Learning Centre is located on the Ysgol Bro Gwaun Campus in Fishguard and offers facilities including 2 training rooms, a video conferencing room, an IT training suite, a fully equipped coffee bar and lounge area and off-road parking. Tuesday 24th April 2012, 6pm - 8pm DAE072FP11

This preparatory module introduces linguistics through an examination of topics related to psychology, sociology and style. It will address aspects of language; origins and animal language; language and the brain; language, dialect and accent; language, class and gender; discourse analysis. This course will be taught via video-conference link from Swansea University.

DAL019FPA11

VIDEO-CONFERENCE ROOM

What is History? (Judie Jancovich)

This module will look at key personalities in history and explore major historical events in twentieth century British society, including the Suffragette Movement 1900 - 1930. This class will be linked to Swansea via video-conference. Thursday 26th April 2012, 6pm - 8pm DAD005FP11

Email: p.dicks@swansea.ac.uk

www.swansea.ac.uk/dace

VIDEO-CONFERENCE ROOM

Linguistics: How Language Works (Dr. Dulcie Engel)

Wednesday 25th April 2012, 6pm - 8pm

Department of Adult Continuing Education (DACE) Swansea University

Ysgol Bro Gwaun, Fishguard, Pembrokeshire SA65 9DT 01348 872488

Paul Dicks

Paul Dicks Adran Addysg Barhaus Oedolion (AABO) Prifysgol Abertawe Adeilad Glyndw ˆ r, Parc Singleton, Abertawe SA2 8PP Ffôn: (01792) 295935 E-bost: p.dicks@abertawe.ac.uk

www.swansea.ac.uk/dace

VIDEO-CONFERENCE ROOM

Introducing Literature (Dr. Alyce von Rothkirch)

This relaxed and supportive module will introduce students to many forms of writing including a wide range of poems, novels and plays. This course will be taught via video-conference link from Swansea University. To book your place contact Paul Dicks on 01792 295935 or p.dicks@swansea.ac.uk

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Study Skills Workshops Study Skills Workshops are arranged in a flexible way to suit the needs of all students. We strongly suggest you attend these during the course of the BA Degree Preparation Programme. You can attend workshops at any of the venues listed below for support with your studies. Sessions will cover a variety of areas such as: n

Note-taking and planning your learning

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Essay preparation, planning and structure

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Referencing and general study support issues

Neath Port Talbot All sessions will be taught by Samantha Crookes and will take place at Neath YMCA, Lletty Nedd, Pen-y-Dre, Neath, SA11 3HG OPSS7711

Thursday 17th May 2012, 6pm - 8pm

OPSS7811

Saturday 19th May 2012, 10am - 1pm

OPSS7911

Thursday 21st June 2012, 6pm - 8pm

OPSS8011

Saturday 23rd June 2012, 10am - 1pm

Remember to add the details (plus the code) of which Study Skills Workshops you plan to attend when you are completing your application form at the back of the brochure.

Carmarthenshire

Swansea

All sessions will be taught by Kerri Mawer and will take place at The Black Mountain Centre, Cwmgarw Road, Brynaman, SA18 1BU

OPSS7311 Friday 18th May 2012, 10am - 1pm Forge Fach Community Resource Centre Hebron Road, Clydach, SA6 5EJ (Trish Sollars)

OPSS8111

Saturday 19th May 2012, 10am - 1pm

OPSS8211

Saturday 23rd June 2012, 10am - 1pm

OPSS7411 Saturday 19th May 2012, 10am - 1pm Room 12, South Wales Miners’ Library Hendrefoelan Campus, Gower Road, Swansea, SA2 7NB (Jenni Jenkins)

Pembrokeshire All sessions will be taught by Judie Jancovich and will take place at The Bloomfield Centre, Redstone Road, Narberth, SA67 7ES

OPSS7511 Friday 22nd June 2012, 10am - 1pm Forge Fach Community Resource Centre Hebron Road, Clydach, SA6 5EJ (Trish Sollars) OPSS7611 Saturday 23rd June 2012, 10am - 1pm Room 12, South Wales Miners’ Library Hendrefoelan Campus, Gower Road, Swansea, SA2 7NB (Jenni Jenkins)

To book your place contact Paul Dicks on 01792 295935 or p.dicks@swansea.ac.uk

OPSS8311

Saturday 19th May 2012, 10am - 1pm

OPSS8411

Saturday 23rd June 2012, 10am - 1pm

“After attending the Study Skills Workshops I feel much more confident about studying and producing essays”

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Campus Tours and Library Visits Wherever you choose to study we are always keen to welcome students to Swansea University campus at Singleton Park. Please see below a series of times and dates when you are invited to come to the University, meet DACE staff, have a tour of the campus and visit the library. You can book a place on a campus tour and library visit when you complete the application form at the back of this brochure. Please remember to add your preferred date and the correct code.

Campus Tours and Library Visits OPSS8511 OPSS8611 OPSS8711 OPSS8811

Tuesday 22nd May 2012, 10.30am - 12pm Wednesday 23rd May 2012, 12pm - 1.30pm Thursday 24th May 2012, 4pm - 5.30pm Friday 25th May 2012, 1pm - 2.30pm

DACE Glyndw ˆ r Building Swansea University, Singleton Park, Swansea, SA2 8PP Please meet at DACE Reception.

Library Support Sessions Loft PC Room, South Wales Miners’ Library OPSS8911 OPSS9011 OPSS9111

Saturday 26th May 2012, 10am - 12.00pm Tuesday 29th May 2012, 12pm - 2pm Thursday 31st May 2012, 5.30pm - 7pm

South Wales Miners’ Library Hendrefoelan Campus, Gower Road, Swansea, SA2 7NB Please meet at Library Reception.

To book your place contact Paul Dicks on 01792 295935 or p.dicks@swansea.ac.uk

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So are you interested?

Felly a oes Diddordeb gennych?

Here is what you need to do next:

Dyma’r hyn y mae angen i chi ei wneud nesaf:

1.

Read the brochure and decide what, when and where you would like to study.

1.

Darllenwch y llyfryn a phenderfynwch beth, ble a phryd yr hoffech astudio.

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Complete the application form at the back of this brochure as fully as possible and remember - you need to choose 2 modules and a reserve choice.

2.

Cwblhewch gymaint o’r ffurflen gais yng nghefn y llyfryn hwn â phosib a chofiwch - mae angen i chi ddewis 2 fodiwl a dewis wrth gefn.

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Don’t forget to add details of the Study Skills Workshops (see page 40) you would like to attend.

3.

Peidiwch ag anghofio ychwanegu manylion y Gweithdai Sgiliau Astudio (gweler tudalen 40) y hoffech eu mynychu.

Remember to state when you would like to visit the campus and the library at Swansea (see page 42).

4.

Cofiwch nodi pryd hoffech ymweld â’r campws a’r llyfrgell yn Abertawe (gweler tudalen 42).

Remember to state when you would prefer to visit the South Wales Miners’ Library (see page 42).

5.

Cofiwch nodi pryd hoffech ymweld â Llyfrgell Glowyr De Cymru (gweler tudalen 42).

Once you have completed the application form as fully as possible post it to Paul Dicks at the address at the back of this brochure.

6.

Unwaith i chi gwblhau’r ffurflen gais mor gyflawn â phosib anfonwch hi at Paul Dicks yn y cyfeiriad yng nghefn y llyfryn hwn.

If you are undecided about choosing a subject, why not come along to one of our Information Events in March 2012 (see page 24) or Taster Workshops and/or Community Based Lectures (see pages 26 - 28) in February, March and April 2012 to discuss your choices with a member of the team. We are always happy to arrange further advice and guidance for prospective students. If you are unable to attend one of our events please call (01792 295935) and ask to speak to a member of the Part-time Degree Team.

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Os nad ydych wedi penderfynu ar bwnc, beth am fynychu un o’n Digwyddiadau Gwybodaeth ym mis Mawrth 2012 (gweler tudalen 24) neu ein Gweithdai Blas a/neu Darlithoedd yn y Gymuned (gweler tudalen 26 - 28) ym mis Chwefror, Mawrth ac Ebrill 2012 i drafod eich dewisiadau ag aelod o’r tîm. Rydym wastad yn hapus trefnu rhagor o gyngor ac arweiniad i ddarpar fyfyrwyr. Os nad ydych yn gallu mynychu un o’n digwyddiadau ffoniwch (01792 295935) a siaradwch ag aelod o Dîm y Radd Ran-amser.

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To book your place contact Paul Dicks on 01792 295935 or p.dicks@swansea.ac.uk

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Department of Adult Continuing Education Adran Addysg Barhaus Oedolion

Hoffech chi astudio ar gyfer gradd ran amser gyda Phrifysgol Abertawe yn eich cymuned?

Would you like to study for a part-time degree with Swansea University in your community?

Enillwch BA (Anrhydedd) Dyniaethau, Hanes neu Saesneg

Gain a BA (Honours) in Humanities, History or English

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Fis Medi 2012, gallwch astudio yn ystod y dydd a/neu’r nos

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Hefyd ar gael mewn lleoliadau ar draws Abertawe, Sir Gâr, Sir Benfro ac Castell-nedd Port Talbot

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From September 2012, study during the day and/or evening

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DOES DIM angen cymwysterau ffurfiol

Available at venues throughout Swansea, Carmarthenshire, Neath Port Talbot and Pembrokeshire

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NO formal qualifications needed

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Nid yw oedran na statws yn rhwystr

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Age or status no barrier

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Mae cymorth ariannol a bwrsari ar gael

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Mae cymorth gyda chostau gofal plant ar gael

Financial support and bursaries available

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Help with childcare costs

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Mae cymorth sgiliau astudio ar gael

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Study skills support available

Cysylltwch â Janice Brown am ragor o wybodaeth

Contact Janice Brown for further information

01792 295499/295935

01792 295499/295935

j.p.brown@abertawe.ac.uk

j.p.brown@swansea.ac.uk

www.swansea.ac.uk/dace

www.swansea.ac.uk/dace


Swansea BA Prep 2012