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Great Courses for Adults

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Spring – Summer 2010

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Welcome to OCVC and the ‘Get that Job’ Programme Dear Jobseeker, With the UK still in the grips of its longest ever recession, OCVC has responded by continuing to run our highly successful ‘Get That Job’ programme to help you get back in to work. By choosing one of the courses in this booklet you have the opportunity to experience vocational areas you may not have considered before. You also have the chance to upgrade your qualifications and skills to help you stand out in the increasingly competitive job market. If academic studies are not for you, please do not worry. Most of the courses in this booklet are very ‘hands on’ and you learn in a relaxed but informative environment. The courses are free if you are unemployed or facing redundancy. With new dates regularly being added for all the courses it is definitely worth getting in touch for the latest information or visiting our website at www.ocvc.ac.uk. We are keen to help you retrain, upskill and get that job! We look forward to welcoming you to the college very soon.

Sally Dicketts Principal



Tel: 01865 550550 Email: enquiries@ocvc.ac.uk


Contents Introduction to ‘Get that Job’ Job Hunting

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Business and ICT

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Management

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Construction & Plumbing

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Motor Vehicle

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Engineering

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Health & Social Care

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Hair & Beauty

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Safety & Security

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Teacher Training

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Oxford Women’s Training

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Hospitality & Catering

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Oxfordshire Response to Redundancy Partnership

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Get that Job offers you a wide variety of courses designed to help you retrain, upskill and Get That Job! All our courses run on a regular basis so it is advised you contact us on 01865 550550 to find out the next available start date.

KEY Campus | Course duration | Number of days a week | Times of day IR Interview Required All courses are available on demand For more information please visit: www.ocvc.ac.uk




‘Get that Job’ explained Out of work? Facing redundancy? OCVC is offering you the perfect opportunity to make that important first step towards achieving your goals and getting the job you want. The OCVC ‘Get that Job’ programme lets you • Choose from a wide range of free courses

The courses have been designed to teach you the skills you need in a way that works for you.

• Boost your skills

Develop the practical skills that employers are looking for and which will help you stand out from the crowd.

• Put your career back on track

Is ‘Get that Job’ for me? ‘Get that Job’ is for people who are currently out of paid work or facing redundancy. Courses are free if you are not in paid work or facing redundancy and are aged 18 or over. If you are not sure whether you meet the criteria for free courses, please contact our customer service advisers about any fees which may apply on 018565 550550 or enquiries@ocvc.ac.uk.



Tel: 01865 550550 Email: enquiries@ocvc.ac.uk


How does ‘Get that Job’ work? There are three easy steps to ‘Get that Job’:

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Get going!

We can offer you a two day Get Going course to help you with your career decisions and get you ready for the job market by improving your CV and interview skills.

Get learning!

Choose from the courses listed in this booklet to update your current skills, learn something new or retrain for a new career.

Get on!

Once you’ve been snapped up and are back in work, continue your training with further courses available either in the evenings or in the workplace.

For more information please visit: www.ocvc.ac.uk




step 1. Get going! Get Going starter course The Get Going course is a first step for people who would benefit from a starter course. Build your confidence in the job market with a short course covering help with CVs, applications and interview skills. You will also receive advice and guidance about careers, training and jobs. 2 days, 9.30 am - 2.30 pm each day

Get going with support With supportive staff there for you at every stage, you will have lots of help to get going. Information you need Our friendly customer service advisers are here to answer your questions about ‘Get That Job’. Call into one of our campuses or contact our customer service advisers on 01865 550550 or e-mail enquiries@ocvc.ac.uk. We’re here to help. Guidance with choosing a course Trained careers advisers can help you work out which skills you need to develop and help you choose the next step towards the course and career you want. Your careers adviser will guide you during the Get Going stage. For a careers discussion before you start, please contact our guidance centre at the Oxford campus on 01865 551810 or Banbury campus on 01865 551624.



Tel: 01865 550550 Email: enquiries@ocvc.ac.uk


Financial support Help with the costs of travel, childcare or any equipment required may be available from our Discretionary Fund (subject to availability). You can apply if you are out of work or earning less than £17,000 a year (£25,000 if living as a couple). For more information please contact our customer service advisers or talk directly with June Mills on 01865 551214/551684. Childcare You may be eligible for financial help through the Discretionary Fund or through the Free Childcare for Training and Learning for Work scheme. The College has a nursery at our Oxford and Banbury campuses. However, you could use any childcare provision that has been accredited by Ofsted. For more information please contact our customer service advisers or talk directly with June Mills on 01865 551214/551684. Your local SureStart Children’s Centre may also be able to help with childcare. Contact the Oxfordshire Family Information Service for more details on 08452 262636. Travel to college Our four campuses are very easy to find and are located near travel routes. See pages 24 – 28 for directions and maps. Some of our courses are based in community centres. For more information contact one of our customer service advisers on 01865 550550 or e-mail enquiries@ocvc.ac.uk. English and maths skills You may want to brush up your English or maths skills to give you more confidence with learning or with your job. Why not join one of our free courses either before or alongside another course? For more information contact one of our customer service advisers on 01865 550550 or e-mail enquiries@ocvc.ac.uk.

For more information please visit: www.ocvc.ac.uk




Support with learning We support people with disabilities so they have a fair chance and are not placed at a disadvantage. If you have a disability and need support with your learning, please let us know as early as possible so we can plan your support. Please contact the disability support team on one of the following numbers: Disability support: 01865 551998 Visual support: 01865 551998 Dyslexia support: 01865 551984 Hearing support: 01865 551909 Fax: 01865 551392 Mobile text: 07904 276982

Get going and apply To apply, or for further information, please contact one of our customer service advisers on 01865 550550. The lines are open 8.30am to 5pm on Monday to Thursday and 8.30am to 4.30pm on Friday. All courses will run if there is sufficient demand, however the college reserves the right to cancel any advertised courses should demand be insufficient. We recommend you book a place on your course as soon as possible as places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Many courses will require an interview or a pre-enrolment discussion with one of our team to make sure you are applying for the course most suited to you.



Tel: 01865 550550 Email: enquiries@ocvc.ac.uk


step 2. Get learning! Look through our courses listed in pages 11 to 23 and choose the right one for you. All our courses run on a regular basis so to find out the next available start date contact one of our customer service advisers on 01865 550550 or e-mail enquiries@ocvc.ac.uk.

step 3. Get on! When you are on ‘Get that Job’ courses our college careers advisers can give you individual, confidential help with your important career decisions. They can help you to write a great CV, succeed with job hunting, excel at interviews and provide you with the support you need to get that job! If you want to talk with a careers adviser please contact us at the Oxford campus on 01865 551810 or the Banbury campus on 01865 551624. We will advise you about further courses you could progress to. We may also be able to work with your employer to train you in the workplace. If you get a job and start a training course within 13 weeks of starting the job, you may be eligible for a £50 voucher. Please ask us for details.

For more information please visit: www.ocvc.ac.uk




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Once you are back in work, why not carry on learning at OCVC on one of our part-time courses? We have a very wide range of courses to keep you up-to-date and skilled in the area you choose. For a part-time prospectus, or for course information, please contact our customer service advisers on 018565 550550 or enquiries@ocvc.ac.uk.

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Tel: 01865 550550 Email: enquiries@ocvc.ac.uk


Job Hunting Get Going Build your confidence in the job market with a Get Going course covering help with CVs, applications and interview skills. You will also receive advice and guidance about careers, training and jobs. Variety of venues | 2 days | 9:30 – 14:30

Business & ICT Running a Business The course covers selecting a suitable business activity, understanding the costs involved in producing and selling a product, putting together a strategy for success and marketing your product. You will also meet Business Link who will mentor you through setting up your business. Banbury/Oxford | 10 weeks | 1 day a week | 18:30 – 20:30

Certificate in Customer Service Introducing you to the important elements of customer service that are crucial to customer facing jobs across many sectors. Oxford | 1 week | 09:00 – 17:00 | IR

Introduction to IT For complete beginners with no experience of IT. Banbury/Oxford | 10 weeks |1 day a week | 09:30 – 12:30

For more information please visit: www.ocvc.ac.uk

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NVQ ITQ Units For people who have a basic knowledge of how to use a computer but want to learn more about the applications. Working towards City and Guilds Level 2 ITQ. Banbury/Oxford | 13 weeks | 1 day a week | 09:30 – 16:30 | IR

Word Processing using Microsoft Word Covering creating, customising and reviewing documents, formatting, organising, sharing and securing content, working with visual content. Preparing you for the Microsoft Academy exam in word processing. Oxford | 3 days | 09:30 – 16:30

Email using Microsoft Outlook Covering managing messaging, scheduling, tasks, contacts and personal contact information, organising information. Preparing you for the Microsoft Academy exam in outlook and email. Oxford | 3 days | 09:30 – 16:30

Presentations using Microsoft PowerPoint Covering creating, formatting and slide content, working with visual content, collaborating on and delivering presentations. Preparing you for the Microsoft Academy exam in presentations. Oxford | 3 days | 09:30 – 16:30

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Tel: 01865 550550 Email: enquiries@ocvc.ac.uk


Spreadsheets using Microsoft Excel Covering creating and manipulating data, formatting data and content, creating and modifying formulas, presenting data visually, collaborating and securing data. Preparing you for the Microsoft Academy exam in spreadsheets. Oxford | 3 days | 09:30 – 16:30

Databases using Microsoft Access Covering structuring a database, creating and formatting database elements, entering and modifying data, creating and modifying queries, presenting and sharing data, managing and maintaining databases. It prepares you for the Microsoft Academy exam in databases. Oxford | 3 days | 09:30 – 16:30

Management Certificate in First Line Management - Level 3 This first line management skills course covers problem solving, decision making, leadership, budgeting and project management. It is a comprehensive programme that provides the skills and knowledge required by first line managers. Oxford | 23 weeks | 1 evening a week | 18:00 – 21:00 | IR

Award in Team Leading - Level 2 An introductory course in the basic skills required by first line managers. Oxford | 7 weeks | 1 evening a week | 18:00 – 21:00 | IR

For more information please visit: www.ocvc.ac.uk

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Computerised SAGE Accounts - Level 2 This course is designed to give students a knowledge and understanding of the fundamental principles in the use of a computerised accounting system using commercially available software. Banbury/Bicester | 16 weeks | 1 evening a week | 18:00 – 21:15 | IR

AAT NVQ 2 Accounting The AAT Accounting Qualification gives you the skills to work in a wide range of accounting and finance positions. Skills learned include administration processes, double entry book keeping, accounting systems, journals and ledgers. Bicester | 21 weeks | 1 evening a week | 09:30 – 14:30 | IR

Construction & Plumbing Beginners Guide to Health & Safety and CSCS The course covers a broad introduction to Health and Safety across the construction industry. Successful completion could lead to taking the Health & Safety exam on the last day of the course. This is a mandatory requirement for the Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) card to work in the construction industry. Blackbird Leys | 5 weeks | 1 day a week | 09:00 – 15:30 | IR

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Introduction to Construction - Entry Level This practical introductory course is designed for people wishing to enter the construction industry and requires no previous knowledge. It will introduce you to a variety of construction skills from basic carpentry to laying paving slabs, building walls and basic maintenance. Blackbird Leys | 12 weeks | 1 day a week | 09:30 – 15:30 | IR

Introduction to Construction - Level 1 This course is designed for people wishing to enter the construction industry and follows on from the basic introduction in the Entry Level course. The aim of the course is to understand how to maintain a house/flat. It builds on the previous activities such as building small walls and removing and fitting a door, but goes into further depth. Blackbird Leys | 12 weeks | 1 day a week | 09:00 – 15:30 | IR

Introduction to Plumbing - Entry Level This basic introduction is designed for people wishing to enter the construction industry and requires no previous knowledge. It covers general maintenance tasks such as changing tap washers, bleeding radiators and using thermostat radiator valves effectively. Blackbird Leys | 12 weeks | 1 day a week | 09:00 – 15:30 | IR

Introduction to Plumbing - Level 1 This course is designed for people wishing to enter the construction industry and follows on from the basic introduction in the Entry Level course. It will allow you to carry out basic maintenance on a plumbing system. The aim of the course is to understand how to keep a plumbing system working at an efficient level. Blackbird Leys | 12 weeks | 1 day a week | 09:00 – 15:30 | IR For more information please visit: www.ocvc.ac.uk

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Motor Vehicle Introduction to Motor Vehicle - Entry Level This is a practical introduction to car maintenance and what you need to know to ensure a car stays safe and legal. The course is designed for people wishing to enter the motor vehicle industry. Blackbird Leys | 12 weeks | 1 day a week | IR

Introduction to Motor Vehicle - Level 1 This course is designed for people wishing to enter the motor vehicle industry and follows on from the basic introduction in the Entry Level course. It will allow you to carry out basic servicing/maintenance on a car. The aim of the course is to understand the requirements of the annual MOT. Blackbird Leys | 13 weeks | 1 day a week | IR

Engineering City & Guilds Award in Introduction to Welding Skills This City and Guilds Level 1 qualification consists of four welding processes; each process at this level carries an “Award”. It is designed for those wishing to enter the industry and for those wanting to gain a welding qualification for their own personal skills development, employment and/or career progression in the engineering sector. Bicester | 5 – 10 weeks | 1 – 2 evenings a week | 09:00 – 16:30 | IR

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City & Guilds Award in Welding Skills This City and Guilds Level 2 qualification meets the needs of candidates who work or want to work as welders in the engineering sector. It allows candidates to learn, develop and practise the skills required for employment and/or career progression in the engineering sector. It also provides a progression opportunity to the Level 3 Award in Advanced Welding Skills qualification. Bicester | 5 – 10 weeks | 1 – 2 evenings a week | 09:00 – 16:30 | IR

City & Guilds Award in Advanced Welding Skills This City and Guilds Level 3 qualification offers a total of nine welding awards which involve five welding processes. The content meets the needs of candidates who work or want to work as welders in the engineering sector and provides further progression opportunities to the C&G 2800 Certificate in Engineering - Welding. It allows candidates to learn, develop and practise the skills required for employment and/or career progression in the engineering sector. Bicester | 8 – 15 weeks | 1 – 2 evenings a week | 09:00 – 16:30 | IR

City & Guilds 17th Edition IEE Wiring Regulations This qualification is primarily aimed at practising electricians with relevant experience who need to update and enhance their understanding of IEE Wiring Regulations. It is also suitable for anyone wishing to demonstrate an understanding of the IEE 17th Edition Wiring Regulations (BS 7671). It is intended to ensure that individuals are conversant with the format, content and application of the Requirements for Electrical Installations BS 7671 2008 (17th edition). Blackbird Leys | 8 weeks | 1 – 2 evenings a week | 18:00 – 21:00 | IR

For more information please visit: www.ocvc.ac.uk

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City & Guilds 17th Edition Wiring Regulations - Update This is a one day course for experienced electricians who have achieved City & Guilds 16th Edition IEE Wiring Regulations. The course will update you on the latest regulations. Blackbird Leys | 1 day | 09:00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 17:00 | IR

Health & Social Care Counselling Skills - Level 1 Level 1 Counselling skills course supports you to engage in active listening. This is an essential skill for the care sector and in everyday life and work. There will be a variety of assessment methods including group, individual and journal writing. Counselling skills are required in many roles within the care sector. Oxford/Banbury | 10 weeks | 1 evening a week | 18:30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 20:30

Introduction to Care - Entry Level An introduction to relationships and the understanding of how those relationships between clients impact work within the care sector. Oxford/Banbury/Family Centres | 12 weeks | 1 day a week

Introduction to Care - Level 1 An extension of the Entry Level Care course where you will look at the role of the care worker in more detail and the principles of working in care. Oxford/Banbury/Family Centres | 12 weeks | 1 day a week

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Introduction to Care - Level 2 A further extension where you will examine the principles of the care of people with dementia, study human behaviour, child development and a unit on personal career progression to support you into a role within the sector. Oxford/Banbury/Family Centres | 12 weeks | 1 day a week

Hair and Beauty Wedding Specialist This is a tailor made programme for students wishing to enter the industry. No experience in hair or make-up is necessary. You will gain a college certificate and could progress to further training to gain a recognised qualification in either hairdressing or beauty therapy. Oxford/Banbury | IR

Return to Hairdressing A tailor made programme for those with hairdressing qualifications who want to refresh their skills and return to the industry. This course could lead to employment, self employment or further training. Oxford/Banbury | IR

Refresh Beauty Skills - Levels 2 & 3 A tailor made programme for those with beauty qualifications who want to refresh their skills and return to the industry. This course could lead to employment, self employment or further training. Oxford/Banbury | IR

For more information please visit: www.ocvc.ac.uk

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Safety and Security Certificate in Door Supervision Door supervisors are responsible for safety in premises such as bars, pubs and nightclubs. The course covers checking people’s suitability, searching them for drugs or weapons, dealing with conflict, restraining and escorting individuals off premises and dealing with emergencies. No prior qualifications required. Candidates must hold either a passport, driving licence or their original birth certificate in order to do the course. Oxford | 3 days | 09:00 – 17:00 | IR

Certificate in Security Guarding Security guards work to protect life and property and help prevent crime. The course covers checking security, looking out for problems, searching vehicles and aircraft. No prior qualification required. Candidates must hold either a passport, driving licence or their original birth certificate in order to do the course. Oxford | 3 days | 09:00 – 17:00 | IR

Certificate for CCTV Operators The Level 2 (Public Space Surveillance) Certificate opens the door to working in the security industry. It covers the use of equipment, roles and responsibilities, health and safety, codes of practice and legislation. No prior qualifications required. Candidates must hold either a passport, driving licence or their original birth certificate in order to do the course. Oxford | 4 days | 09:00 – 17:00 | IR

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Certificate in Conflict Management This course is open to individuals who hold an SIA security licence. Candidates need to have taken the Door Supervision or Security Guarding course previously. The course examines how staff can reduce the risks of assault through non physical methods. Completion of this qualification will open the door to employment in the security industry. Oxford | 3 days | 09:00 – 17:00 | IR

First Aid at Work This course is delivered by St. John’s Ambulance who are approved by the HSE (Health & Safety Executive) to deliver First Aid Training in the workplace. It covers the practical skills needed by a first aider including emergencies, resuscitation, choking, burns, chest pains, shock, stroke and much more. Upon successful completion of the course learners receive an HSE approved certificate of compliance equivalent to NVQ Level 2 valid for 3 years. Oxford | 3 days | 09:00 – 17:00 | IR

Teacher Training Introduction to TEFL/TESOL A short introductory course to Teaching English as a Foreign Language/ English for Speakers of Other Languages (EFL/ESOL). The course introduces you to the methodology of teaching language skills and prepares you to go onto the Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA). Banbury/Oxford | 5 weeks | 1 evening a week | 18:00 – 20:00

For more information please visit: www.ocvc.ac.uk

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City & Guilds Introduction to Trainer Skills This is a two day practical introduction to training course which could lead to the short Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS) teaching qualification or two year CertEd/PGCE. Banbury | 2 days | 09:00 – 16:00

Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS) This is the first stage qualification required to teach in post 16 education covering the role of teacher, teaching and learning methods, planning, motivation, assessment and record keeping. You need GCSE English and maths grades A-C and to be qualified in a subject. Banbury | 5 days | 09:00 – 16:00 | IR (PTLLS application form needs to be completed)

Oxford Women’s Training DIY Taster for Women A practical introduction to construction skills for women. Blackbird Leys | 1 week | 3 days | 10:00 – 14:00

IT Taster for Women An introduction to IT and a chance to improve your literacy skills. Blackbird Leys | 3 weeks | 1 day a week

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Tel: 01865 550550 Email: enquiries@ocvc.ac.uk


Hospitality & Catering CIEH Level 2 Award in Food Safety in Catering A basic level food hygiene course for anyone who has involvement with the preparation of food. Banbury/Oxford | 1 week | 09:00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 17:00

For more information please visit: www.ocvc.ac.uk

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Directions Oxford Campus Walking from the railway station: Follow road signs for the Ice Rink. The college is situated opposite the Ice Rink on Oxpens Road. Approximately 10 minutes walk. Walking from the city centre: From Carfax Tower proceed along Queen Street (past Marks & Spencer on your left), at the end of the road turn left into Castle Street and continue on Norfolk Street to the junction with Thames St and Oxpens Road. Turn right into Oxpens Road and the main college entrance is directly opposite the Ice rink. Approximately 10-15 minutes walk.

Blackbird Leys Campus Oxford Bus Co. (No. 5 bus) and Stagecoach (No. 1 bus) both run a regular service to Blackbird Leys. The main city centre stops are in Queen Street and are numbered F7 for Stagecoach and F4 for Oxford Bus Co. The Stagecoach route also stops at the railway station. You need to get off the bus in Balfour Road and walk back up to Blackbird Leys Road (this is the road that the bus has just turned off of). Turn left and continue to the junction with Cuddesdon Way (row of shops on your right). Turn left into Cuddesdon Way and the Blackbird Leys campus is almost immediately on your right.

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Bicester Campus By Stagecoach bus No.S5 which begins its journey from Magdalen Street, Oxford: The bus will travel right through Bicester town and through The Glory Farm Estate. You should ask the driver to drop you at the stop nearest the Telford Industrial Estate which will be Benson Close (Boston Rd). You will be able to see the industrial estate as you get off the bus-walk up to the junction with the Launton Road and turn right. You will see the entrance to the industrial estate opposite you. Cross the main road with care and once in the estate take the first left (Telford Road). The college is at the far end on the left. From Bicester North railway station: Leaving the station turn right onto Buckingham Road. At Churchill Road turn right and continue to the end where you need to turn left onto Launton Road. Turn right into Telford Industrial Estate and then immediately left into Telford Road. The college is at the far end on the left. Walking time approximately 35 minutes. The journey from Bicester North station to the campus can also be continued by bus picking up the S5 (see above) opposite the railway station on New Street. For any of these journeys a really good link is www.travelinesoutheast.org.uk.

For more information please visit: www.ocvc.ac.uk

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Maps Oxford campus Oxpens Road, Oxford OX1 1SA

Full maps are available to download from our website.

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Blackbird Leys campus Cuddesdon Way, Blackbird Leys, Oxford OX4 6HN

Full maps are available to download from our website.

For more information please visit: www.ocvc.ac.uk

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Banbury campus Broughton Road, Banbury OX16 9QA

Full maps are available to download from our website.

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Tel: 01865 550550 Email: enquiries@ocvc.ac.uk


Bicester campus Telford House, Telford Road, Bicester OX26 4LA

Full maps are available to download from our website.

For more information please visit: www.ocvc.ac.uk

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Oxfordshire Response to Redundancy Partnership Oxford and Cherwell Valley College is leading a partnership of learning providers across Oxfordshire to respond to the current economic climate in the county. The courses in this booklet are part of the collegeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Response to Redundancy project funded through the Learning and Skills Council and the European Social Fund and supported by Job Centre Plus. OCVC is the lead partner in the project delivering over half the courses. The following partner organisations are also delivering courses under the project:

Ethnic Minority Business Service Courses offered | ECDL, New Clait, ICT, IT and ESOL, Business and ESOL, Customer Service and ESOL, Business start-up skills, Book-keeping, Numeracy and Literacy. Location | Oxford

Location | Banbury

Contact | Jane Email: janem@f2s.com Tel: 01865 794431

Contact | Dorothy Email: dorothy@f2s.com Tel: 01295 269999

Oxfordshire County Council Courses offered | Entry to Working as a Teaching Assistant, Preparing to work in the Public Sector and Job Search Skills. Location | Various Contact | Frances Gilbert Email: frances.gilbert@oxfordshire.gov.uk Tel: 01865 724209 30

Tel: 01865 550550 Email: enquiries@ocvc.ac.uk


The Henley College Courses offered | Team Leading with Customer Services, Children, Care, Learning and Development, Hairdressing and Assessor A1 qualification. Location | Henley Contact | Lisa Ellis Email: lhow@henleycol.ac.uk Tel: 01491 634179

Workersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Educational Association Courses offered | 50 hours Level 1 accredited course in Social Care and Business (Customer Service) and Child Care. Location | Various Contact | Emma Carney Email: ecarney@wea.org.uk Mob: 07770 641359

Abingdon and Witney College Courses offered | Customer Service, Selling, and many more. Location | Witney and Abingdon Campuses Contact | Caroline Craft Email: caroline.craft@abingdon-witney.ac.uk Tel: 01235 861706

For more information please visit: www.ocvc.ac.uk

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Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s so easy to enrol so get in touch now Call us on 01865 550550 and enrol over the phone For more information about what OCVC can offer you and the great courses we run, visit www.ocvc.ac.uk

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