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IT’S NEVER TOO LATE TO EDYOUCATE OUR £1MILLION PLED GE T O H E L P YO U R E T R A I N A N D U P S K I L L 2020 / 2021

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EAST SUSSEX COLLEGE

OUR CAMPUSES EASTBOURNE Cross Levels Way, Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN21 2UF HASTINGS Station Plaza Campus Station Approach, Hastings, East Sussex, TN34 1BA HASTINGS Ore Valley Campus Parker Road, Hastings, East Sussex, TN34 3TT

OUR COURSES

We are ESCG  How to get your place Our campuses

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D EG R E E S & H I G H E R E D U C AT I O N 

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ONLINE COURSES 

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ENGLISH FOR SPEAKERS OF OTHER L ANGUAGES (ESOL)



AC C E SS TO H I G H E R E D U C AT I O N

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BUSINESS, ACCOUNTING M A N AG E M E N T & L AW 



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C H I L D C A R E , H E A LT H & SOCIAL CARE 



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C O M P U T I N G & D I G I TA L M E D I A HASTINGS Automotive Centre Unit 17 & 18, Northridge Industrial Estate, Hastings, TN35 4PP LEWES 1 Mountfield Road, Lewes, East Sussex, BN7 2XH

CONSTRU CTION & THE B U I LT E N V I RO N M E N T



ENGLISH & L ANGUAGES

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COUNSELLING & PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

F L O R I S T RY NE WHAVEN Training Centre, Denton Island, Newhaven, BN9 9BN

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SUSSEX SKILL S SOLUTIONS Please note: All course fees in this guide are correct at time of going to print. Some fees may be subject to change, so please see our website for the most up to date costs - www.escg.ac.uk. Some of the fees published within this Course Guide are the maximum fees payable. Many of the courses are fully or partly funded by the government, meaning you may get a cheaper price for the course you choose when you sign up.

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DON’T HESITATE!

NOW’S THE TIME TO EDYOUCATE Rebecca Conroy, Acting CEO, East Sussex College

Each year, we work hard to increase the range and quality of our part-time courses. The beautiful thing about learning is that you’re never too old and anyone can do it. Whether you’re aged 19 or 90, you’re looking to improve your job prospects or want to do something for fun, we’ve got something for you. It’s safe to say that 2020 didn’t start the way that anyone had planned. But our part-time courses can help you make the most of the rest of 2020.

courses across to a digital platform. If you’re a little unsure about coming into college then we have plenty of online courses for you to try.

now is the time to grow. However the past few months have been treating you, we’re here to provide you with whatever support you need.

We know that the way we learn has to adapt and change which is why we’ve moved some of our

If you’ve been isolating then we can help you get back to education. If you’ve been in furlough then

Browse our courses and head to escg.ac.uk to find out more and enrol!

We are pledging £1million over the next 12 months to help people in Sussex improve their skills following the Coronavirus pandemic.

Adults on Universal Credit will have access to pre-employment training programmes that are directly linked to job opportunities These courses will lead to certificates and skills over a 1-3 week period.

£1MILLION PLEDGE

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Working in partnership with local organisations, we are investing £1million of our adult education funding to offer free courses and qualifications to local businesses, employees and job seekers.

College leavers and university graduates will benefit from bespoke employability training programmes to better equip you for the challenging labour market following your studies.

Existing workers and volunteers will improve your digital skills and support business start-up training. A number of short online courses are already available through the college’s website www.escg. ac.uk/millionpound-pledge. Get in touch skillspledge@escg. ac.uk.

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HOW TO GET YOUR PLACE ON A COLLEGE COURSE

COURSE ENROLMENT

Enrol Online Enrol directly online by: 1. Finding your course on our website 2. Click the enrol button 3. Fill in the form 4. Pay for your course (if applicable) online 5. You will then receive confirmation about your place on that course Alternatively you can download the enrolment form and once completed email it to the correct campus: Eastbourne.admissions@escg.ac.uk Hastings.admissions@escg.ac.uk Lewes.admissions@escg.ac.uk For Newhaven courses please send your enrolment form to the Eastbourne email address. Print & Post You can download an enrolment form from our website. Once you have completed the enrolment form, return it to us via post as we are not available to receive it in person. Telephone For more information about enrolment, please call us on 030 300 39699.

ENROLMENT PROCESS Once we have processed your enrolment form, and payment (if applicable) you'll be given details about the start time of your course, your tutor, and location of your classes. Some courses may require an interview, in which case we will invite you to the campus or to take part in a phone interview, before the enrolment stage.

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GRANTS & BURSARIES

If you are paying the full course fee and have a credit/debit card, please call 030 300 39699 with the course code and your credit/debit card to hand.

There are government grants and bursaries available for adult learners to help pay for courses and training. For up-to-date information, visit: gov.uk and search ‘grants and bursaries’. Additionally, you may be eligible for help with childcare and travel costs while you study.

CHEQUE IN THE POST Please complete the enrolment form and send it with your cheque to one of the addresses below: For courses at our Eastbourne & Newhaven campuses, please send to: Enrolments, East Sussex College, Cross Levels Way, Eastbourne, BN21 2UF For courses at our Hastings campuses, please send to: Enrolments, East Sussex College, Station Plaza, Station Approach, Hastings, TN34 1BA For courses at our Lewes campus, please send to: Enrolments, East Sussex College, Mountfield Road, Lewes, BN7 2XH All cheques should be made payable to East Sussex College Group. FEES WAIVERED As an adult learner, you will most likely have more financial responsibilities than a younger person. There are several ways in which you may be eligible for financial support: Your fees maybe waived if you are Aged 19-23 studying for your first full Level 2 or Level 3 qualification Free GCSE Maths & English courses if you are 19+ and do not already have a C/grade 4 (or above) If you are unemployed, you might be eligible for free training or a reduction in course fees (T&C’s apply) Please visit our website for more information about how we can support you.

S TA G E D PAY M E N T S If your course fee is over £200 and the duration is 12 weeks or more, then you can arrange to pay in stages using the College Staged Payment Scheme. Please contact us or complete the online form to arrange a payment plan.

CONCESSIONS FOR LEISURE COURSES Concessions are available on many of our leisure courses. For instance, if you are aged 60 and over at the start of the course, you may be eligible for a 20% reduction in course fees. F E E PA I D BY YO U R EMPLOYER? If your employer is paying your course fees, please ensure they have filled in the Employer Sponsorship section of the enrolment form. Your employer will also need to sign the form and provide a Purchase Order number. It is advisable that you do this to avoid any delay in starting your course.

19+ LEARNER LOANS This is a Government loan that is available to anyone over 19, wanting to study a Level 3, 4, 5 or 6 course. To qualify for this loan you must have lived in the UK for more than three years and have ‘settled status’. You pay back your loan (plus interest) when you finish your course and earn more than £26,575 a year. If you study an Access to Higher Education course and go to University, then you will not need to pay back the loan. For more information please visit www.gov.uk.


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GET TO KNOW OUR CAMPUSES

EASTBOURNE CAMPUS

LEWES CAMPUS

Our university-style campus caters for a whole range of specialist adult courses. The purpose-built facilities include our Construction & Engineering workshops, Music recording studios, and Catering facilities in the Kings Building, which is home to our Kings Restaurant.

Situated in the heart of Lewes town, our charming campus in Lewes is a true reflection of its quaint and traditional surroundings.

Getting here is easy via public transport links from Eastbourne town centre and the surrounding areas. We also have plenty of parking on-site. HOW TO GET TO US

It is home to our Evolve Eco Salon, the East Sussex Academy of Music (ESAM), and well-equipped art studios.

HASTINGS CAMPUSES

Train Hampden Park station is a 10-minute walk from campus and has regular trains throughout the day. Bus There are regular buses throughout the day which travel to Eastbourne campus from the local area and further afield. Car Permit and guest parking is available at Eastbourne campus. Please enquire at ECAT reception. Bikes & Mopeds All of our campuses have bike racks or shelters where you can lock your bikes.

Our modern campuses in Hastings are home to a range of fantastic courses. At our Station Plaza campus we have commercial Hair and Beauty salons (with a Jacuzzi!) and Art studios. At our Ore Valley campus, we have a range of realistic working environments and construction workshops. Our Automotive Centre (ATC) is just like a real working garage. HOW TO GET TO US Train Station Plaza is next to Hastings train station and Ore Valley is a two-minute walk from Ore train station. Bus There are regular buses throughout the day which travel to, or near, all of our campuses. Car Parking is available at OV and the ATC. There is plenty of pay and display car parks near the Station Plaza. Bikes & Mopeds All of our campuses have bike racks or shelters where you can lock your bikes /mopeds.

Lewes train station is just a short walk from the campus, and there are regular buses into Lewes bus station from the surrounding area. HOW TO GET TO US Train Lewes train station is a seven-minute walk from campus and has regular trains to most destinations. Bus There are regular buses throughout the day which travel to Lewes campus from the local area and further afield. Car Permit and guest parking is available at Lewes campus. Please enquire at reception in Cliffe Building. Bikes & Mopeds All of our campuses have bike racks or shelters where you can lock your bikes /mopeds.


NE WHAVEN CAMPUS

Based on Denton Island in the heart of the town centre, our Newhaven site is a bespoke training centre for adult learners, with less of a ‘campus’ feel than its sister sites. The town centre, train station and redeveloped marina are all in close walking distance. We offer leisure courses, professional training qualifications and re-engagement programmes for adults. We also offer Trades Union Congress Education courses, providing quality training to representatives. HOW TO GET TO US Train Newhaven Town train station is a five-minute walk from campus and has regular trains to Seaford, Lewes and Eastbourne. Bus Newhaven is on the main bus route from Brighton to Eastbourne and has a fantastic service stopping right in town and by the train station.

DID YOU KNOW? We offer online courses through our online platform. grasplearning.co.uk. Turn the page for more information.

DID YOU ALSO KNOW?

Car Permit and guest parking is available outside the campus in the Denton Island car park.

We offer degree and other higher education courses - your degree is closer than you think! Turn the page for more information.

Bikes & Mopeds All of our campuses have bike racks or shelters where you can lock your bikes /mopeds.

Do you need to update your qualifications to study a degree? An Access to Higher Education course might be what you need - turn to page 9.


DEGREES BESIDE THE SEA Your degree is closer than you think. Scan for Eastbourne & Lewes Courses

Are you looking ahead and plotting your career path? Our degree courses can help to get you back on track.

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We’ve always valued our smaller class sizes, and now more than ever, you’ll be able to learn in a safe environment, away from overcrowded classrooms.

View our online prospectus today! or visit www.escg.ac.uk/study/degree-level to learn more about our courses and what we can offer you.

We have expert lecturers who have years of experience in industry practice and lecturing. Our degrees start each Autumn, and many of them can be studied part-time to fit around your other commitments. Our students always tell us that our degrees are great value for money and one of the best things that they’ve ever done. So if you don’t fancy the idea of moving away or travelling too far for your degree course, you’ll find us on your doorstep at our campuses in Hastings, Eastbourne and Lewes.

“After 19 years with BT, this is the best thing I have done!” IAN SCHOFIELD

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N AT I O N A L O N L I N E C O U R S E S Accounting - AAT Foundation Certificate Accounting - AAT Advanced Diploma Business & Management - Access to Higher Education Health Professionals - Access to Higher Education Midwifery - Access to Higher Education Nursing - Access to Higher Education Leadership & Management - ILM Level 3

S H O RT O N L I N E C O U R S E S I N Business Administration Business Improvement Techniques Care & Management of Diabetes Customer Service Data Protection & Data Security Dementia Care Digital Skills Equality & Diversity

Grasp Learning gives you the chance to gain recognised qualifications from the comfort of your own home

Lean Organisation Management Techniques

Things have been a little different recently and certainly given us all time to spruce up our gardens, watch our favourite box sets, and even have a go at cutting our own hair. But there comes a time when you need a little something extra to cure the boredom and challenge the mind.

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That’s where our range of online courses come in. We’ve got a whole range of qualifications available, varying in length from a few weeks to a few months. Maybe you’re looking for a career change and want to be able to hit the ground running when things get back to normal. Perhaps you want to update your CV, or maybe you want to upskill in your current role. Whatever it is, there is plenty to explore.

Learning Difficulties Mental Health Nutrition & Health Prevention & Control of Infection Safeguarding & Prevent Team Leading Understanding Behaviour that Challenges

N E W C O U R S E S A D D E D E V E RY M O N T H Visit www.grasplearning.co.uk to see what we can offer you.

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ADULT ENGLISH & MATHS GCSE MATHS & ENGLISH There has never been a better time to gain your GCSEs and improve your employability for the future. We offer one-year Maths and English GCSE courses at our Eastbourne, Hastings, Lewes and Newhaven campuses. We offer flexible study, with day and evening class to fit around you. We also offer GCSE Biology at our Eastbourne campus. GCSEs are an essential qualification for entry to employment, further and higher education, including the Access to HE course. FREE GCSE MATHS & ENGLISH If you are 19+ and do not already have a C/grade 4 (or above) in Maths or English GCSE, tuition fees for these courses will be free. OUR COURSES: Turn to page 21, or visit www.escg.ac.uk for more information.

ADULT FUNCTIONAL SKILLS MATHS & ENGLISH Our classes are suitable for adults who wish to improve or become more confident with their Maths and English skills. There are no entry requirements and learners of all levels are welcome. We focus on Maths and English skills which are useful in everyday life. Classes are fun and interesting. Groups are kept small so that you can progress quickly and can get plenty of support in a friendly, informal atmosphere, with fully qualified and experienced tutors. You will gain nationally recognised Functional Skills qualifications in Maths and English to help you progress to further study or work. OUR COURSES: • English from beginner level up to pre-GCSE classes(Level 2) • Maths from beginner level up to pre-GCSE classes(Level 2) These courses are available in Eastbourne, Hastings, and Newhaven in the morning, afternoon or evening.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT GCSE & FUNCTIONAL SKILLS, PLEASE CALL/EMAIL: Our Eastbourne campus 030 300 39063 | adultME@escg.ac.uk Our Hastings campus please email Catherine.Golding@ESCG.ac.uk Our Lewes campus 030 300 39063 | adultME@escg.ac.uk (GCSE only) Our Newhaven campus 030 300 39100 | adultME@escg.ac.uk

(ESOL)ENGLISH FOR SPEAKERS OF OTHER LANGUAGES Do you need English for work, study or everyday life? Do you want to improve your reading, writing, speaking and listening skills? Do you want to meet new people and make new friends? If yes, come and study English for Speakers of Other Languages at our Eastbourne, Hastings or Newhaven campuses. WHY STUDY ESOL? We offer a range of part-time ESOL courses for every level, available to study in the daytime or evening. You will learn and practise all four language skills: speaking, listening, writing and reading, as well as grammar and pronunciation. At the end of the course, you will take an exam. Our experienced teachers use the most up-to-date materials and approaches to make sure each class is interesting, motivating and effective. Classes include group, pair and project work as well as computer-based activities. FOR MORE INFORMATION: Please call: 030 300 38434 / 01424 442222.

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ACCESS TO HIGHER EDUCATION

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Do you want to study a degree but you need to update your qualifications? Our Access to Higher Education courses are an excellent route to university, which will enable you to study your chosen degree course. The Access course lasts one academic year and is structured in a way that enables you to manage your commitments outside of college - an important consideration for adult students. Students should be at least 19 years old at the start of the course. Our course has outstanding success rates and is very well respected by universities, both locally and nationally; in addition to academic tuition, you will receive the support of a Pathway tutor, who will provide academic and pastoral support throughout the course.

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CAMPUS

03/11/2020

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Eastbourne

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9:30-15:00

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£3022

Nursing and Healthcare Professions

0453/010 0452/050

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9:30-15:00 tbc

36 w Eastbourne Lewes tbc

£3384

Humanities Combined with Social Sciences

0450/010 18132 0452/170

01/09/2020 07/09/2020 07/09/2020

9:30-15:00 tbc 9:30-15:00

36 w Ore Valley

Medicine

0452/230

07/09/2020

9:00-17:00

36 w Lewes

Medical Sciences

0452/220 0452/220

07/09/2020 01/09/2020

9:30-17:00 tbc

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Lewes Eastbourne

£3384

Combined Sciences

0454/010 0454/060

01/09/2020 07/09/2020

9:30-15:00

36 w

Eastbourne Lewes

£3384

Teacher Education

0451/010

01/09/2020

9:30-15:00

36 w Eastbourne

£3384

Health & Health Sciences

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36 w Ore Valley

£3384

Preparing for Science

6318/010

31/05/2021

18:0021:00

5w

Lewes

£90

Preparation for Medicine

6099/010

05/07/2021

9:00-16:15

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Lewes

£500

Study Skills

6098/010

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You do not necessarily need any formal qualifications ore experience to undertake an Access course, but many university degree courses will require GCSE Maths and English at grade 4 (C) or above, in addition to the Access Diploma; if this is the case, we recommend that you gain these qualifications prior to enrolling on the Access course. CORE STUDY SKILLS

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Whichever course you choose, you will develop the following:

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Managing your workload Communicating and working in a group Preparing and delivering group and individual presentations Planning, structuring and developing essay writing Reading, interpreting and analysing academic texts Critical thinking Developing and evaluating research methods Independent study

19+ LEARNER LOANS If you study an Access to Higher Education course and go to University, then you will not need to pay back the loan. This is a Government loan that is available to anyone over 19, wanting to study a Level 3, 4, 5 or 6 course. To qualify for this loan you must have lived in the UK for more than three years and have ‘settled status’. You pay back your loan (plus interest) when you finish your course and earn more than £26,575 a year. For more information please visit www.gov.uk.


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Pottery for All

Ceramics Personal Development Workshop Explore your own personal development in ceramics. Be experimental or concentrate on learning traditional technical skills such as hand-building, modelling, mould making, slip casting, throwing, firing and glazing. Create functional tableware, figurative sculpture, tiles or installations. Length

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23/09/2020

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You will be encouraged to be as creative as possible while learning hand-building methods and slip casting in plaster moulds. You will learn how to decorate, glaze and fire your work, and depending on your ability you may be able to make your own glazes. Please bring a notebook to record your work. Materials are provided and will be charged at £1.00 per pound of finished weight. Length

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24/09/2020 07/01/2021

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Lewes

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Summer School Ceramics

Ceramics Personal Development Summer Course This short course is perfect for if you have some ceramics experience and you’re keen to develop your own creative and technical potential. We have excellent facilities and a friendly, creative working studio. Firing costs are extra and calculated on weight.

You will have a very productive week where you will produce a selection of work in our ceramics studio. We will cover basic ceramic skills such as coiling, slab building and modelling, using these to produce a range of finished pieces. Your tutor will guide you and provide demonstrations in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Please note: you will need to cover the cost of relevant materials.

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Pottery for Absolute Beginners Learn a range of pottery skills including coiling, pinching and slab building as well as surface decoration, glazing and textures. A friendly and relaxed class with your tutor guiding you step by step. Length

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Pottery Morning Explore different ceramic techniques and create your own pottery. You will learn hand-building methods, mould making, casting and throwing on electric wheels. Glazes are applied through spraying, painting or ceramic transfers. Please note: you will need to cover the cost of materials. Length

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30/09/2020 06/01/2021 24/03/2021

9:30 - 12:30

Statio n Plaz a

£155

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Pottery Afternoon Explore different ceramic techniques and create your own pottery. You will learn hand-building methods, mould making, casting, and throwing on electric wheels. Glazes are applied through spraying, painting or ceramic transfers. Please note: you will need to cover the cost of materials. Length

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10 w

30/09/2020 06/01/2021 24/03/2021

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Pottery Evening This course offers you the opportunity to experiment with a wide range of ceramic hand-building and decorating techniques, whether you are a beginner or experienced. You will be encouraged, through individual guidance, to develop your own creative direction and outcomes. Please note: a small charge for materials used will be made for completed work. Length

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01/10/2020 07/01/2021 25/03/2021

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CRAFT MAKING Enamelling Explore a range of techniques such as stamping and scratch back to create exciting designs using colourful enamels on metal. You will then be able to make a pendant or earrings to take home. Length

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01/12/2020 30/03/2021

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Campus

18:30-20:45

Station Plaza

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Introduction to Jewellery Making This course will provide you with an exciting introduction to the techniques used for adding texture and colour to jewellery. You will explore etching, rollertexturing, embossing, achieving patinas through heat and chemicals, and basic enamelling. You’ll also learn basic sewing, filing and soldering. General materials and tools will be supplied (except for silver and stones), and we’ll give you a list of equipment and useful suppliers before you start. Length

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30/09/2020

18:30-20:30

Station Plaza

£125

13072

What shall I do after this course? Progress onto Jewellery Open Workshop

Jewellery Open Workshop Join us for this open studio class of jewellery making, small metalwork, and enamel work. The studio is fully-equipped with a wide range of jewellery and small metalwork tools, and you will be encouraged to design and produce your own work through a variety of techniques. General materials and tools are supplied (except for silver and stones), and we’ll give you a list of equipment and useful suppliers before you start. Length

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13/01/2021 21/04/2021

18:30-20:30

Station Plaza

£125

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Introduction to Warm Glass Do you want a quick introduction to the art of glass fusing and open casting? Learn basic skills such as fusing, slumping and small open casting and impress with the beautiful pieces you create. Please note: a £15.00 fee will be collected at the first session to cover the cost of relevant materials. Length

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18:30-20:30

Station Plaza

£55

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D R A W I N G & PA I N T I N G

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23/02/2021

18:30-20:30

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Silver Jewellery Making Make a selection of super silver rings, perfect for yourself or a loved one. Learn how to make a simple silver ring, a textured ring, and design and make set of stacking rings using a variety of silversmithing techniques. Course cost does not include materials - Students will have to pay for silver, saw blades, solder and sandpaper which we can source at cost price. Length

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10 w

24/09/2020 06/01/2021 07/04/2021

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Stained Glass Workshop

Creative Expression in Watercolour Create a masterpiece you will want to hang on the wall. Learn techniques such as scraping, sponging, waxing and masking, spattering, stippling, blushing and sanding, with guidance every step of the way. Please note: you will need to provide the relevant materials. Length

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Campus

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01/10/2020 14/01/2021 22/04/2021

14:00 - 16:15

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£125

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Time

Campus

Cost

Code

7w

29/09/2020

18:00-20:45

Lewes

£60

7180/010

During our stained glass workshop, you will make stained glass panels based on your individual design preferences with an emphasis on colour, composition and architectural position. You’ll also explore technical applications such as glass painting, printmaking techniques and kiln forming processes. Please note: You will need to provide your own glass and lead, with details provided at the first session.

Drawing & Painting Beginners

Length

Code

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

18038-01 18038-02

10 w

24/09/2020

19:00-21:00

Lewes

£100

0002/470

10 w

Date 01/10/2020 13/01/2021

Time 16:00-18:15

Campus Statio n Plaz a

Cost £150

Wood Carving Inspired by Nature Join us for this beginners course in Wood Carving where you’ll be able to develop on-going skills, such as handling a mallet and a variety of gouges and equipment. You’ll be inspired by nature to create your very own personalised final wood project. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

8w

21/09/2020 07/01/2021

18:30-20:30

Eas tb o u r n e

£80

0028/340 0028/350

DESIGN

Aspiring Young Artists is an exciting range of visual arts-based activities for 1116 year olds. It’s a fun and exciting way to explore different mediums and covers the principles of design through painting, drawing, 3D making, print, collage, image editing and more. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

10 w

03/10/2020 16/01/2021 24/04/2021

10:00 - 12:00

Statio n Plaz a

£25

13037-01 13037-02 13037-03

Bookbinding You will explore various approaches to bookbinding, beginning with basic stitching techniques and progressing on to more complex binding methods including case bound books. You will then learn how to design and craft your own sketchbooks, journals, short stories, zines, portfolios and more. Date

10 w

30/09/2020 13/01/2021

Drawing & Painting Experience a range of approaches to drawing and painting, including life model, still-life and found material. You will explore different approaches to drawing and painting through the use of charcoal, acrylic paint, mixed media and collage, as well as learning from great artists. Please note: you will be asked to provide relevant materials that can be purchased at Plaza Art Supplies at a discounted rate. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

10 w

30/09/2020 06/01/2021 24/03/2021

13:30-16:30

Station Plaza

£135

13057-01 13057-02 13057-03

Drawing & Painting Workshop

Aspiring Young Artists

Length

During the course, you will learn how to draw from observation, using tone and line in a variety of media, and how to paint what you see in the medium of your choice (acrylics, oils or watercolours). Please bring an A3 cartridge pad, 2B/3B/4B pencils, charcoal and putty rubber.

Time 18:00-20:45

Campus Statio n Plaz a

Cost

Code

£135

20608-01 20608-02

Students at all levels will be encouraged to work on their own drawings or paintings in their preferred medium with tuition on a one-to-one basis. Topics including composition, perspective, design, materials and colour will be covered with individual students as and when appropriate. Please bring any materials you have to the first session. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

10 w

21/09/2020 18/01/2021 19/04/2021

10:00-12:00

Hillcrest Centre

£100

0023/010 0023/060 0023/070

Introduction To Drawing Join us for this introduction to drawing where you will be able to draw from a life model and still life setup and develop your skills using a range of materials and processes. Please note: you will be asked to provide relevant materials, which can be purchased at Plaza Art Supplies at a student discounted price. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

10 w

30/09/2020 06/01/2021 24/03/2021

10:30-12:30

Station Plaza

£130

18032-01 18032-02 18032-03

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Life Drawing & Painting

Digital SLR Photography for Beginners

Develop your own personal style, starting with analytic and objective drawing and moving on to explore the expressive possibilities of life drawing and painting. Please note that you’ll be asked to provide relevant materials such as cartridge paper and drawing materials, which can be purchased at Plaza Art Supplies at a discounted rate.

Gain a full understanding of your camera’s basic manual controls and simple composition during this beginners class. The course will cover the three main principles of photography: ISO, shutters and apertures. Bring examples of homework into class in any particular format, as well as your Digital SLR camera. Tripod is helpful but not essential.

Length

Date

Length

Date

10 w

30/09/2020 13/01/2021

8w

06/01/2021 21/04/2021 07/10/2020 08/10/2020 22/04/2021

Time 18:30-20:45

Campus Statio n Plaz a

Cost

Code

£125

13054-01 13054-02

Summer School Drawing & Painting Understand the challenges of painting and drawing using your own work as a starting point during this week-long summer school. On this course, you will have the option of life drawing and painting. Please note that you will be asked to provide relevant materials. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

1 w

12/07/2021

19:30-15:30

Statio n Plaz a

£145

13048

Time

Campus

19:00-21:00

Eastb ourne

Cost

Code

£80

1050/690 1050/790 1050/820 1050/830 1050/870

Adobe Photoshop: The Basics & Beyond This course is for anyone who wants to learn the tricks and techniques that Photoshop has to offer. You may be new to Photoshop, or want to build upon a few skills. After the ten-week course, you will know how to creatively enhance, manipulate and transform photographs and text, for print, or the web, or simply for your own enjoyment.

Watercolour for Beginners

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

Explore the two key techniques involved with watercolour painting: wet into wet and wet into dry, while learning how to paint different washes; use brushes to best effects; the importance of using tone, how to arrange a good strong composition, and understand colour theory and mixing.

10 w

29/09/2020 12/01/2021

18:30-20:45

Station Plaza

£100

13044-01 13044-02

Length

Date

10 w

21/09/2020 04/01/2021

Come along and use our darkroom facilities to make prints from your own black and white negatives, develop and process film, and create photograms. You will need to bring your own negatives and light sensitive paper for prints. Processing chemicals will be provided.

Time 13:00-15:00

Campus Eas tb o u r n e

Cost

Code

£100

4891/010 4891/020

Darkroom Open Workshop

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

1 day

21/11/2020 06/02/2021 20/03/2021 15/05/2021

10:00-15:30

Station Plaza

£40

13014-02 13014-03 13014-04 13014-05

MOSAIC Make a Mosaic During this intensive course, you will learn how to create panels, mirrors and 3D objects using a range of colourful glass and ceramic fragments. You will gain experience in cutting glass, design, assembly, grouting and finishing, together with creating your own personal projects. You can purchase your starter pack for £10 during your first session. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

8w

22/04/2021

18:30-20:20

Eas tb o u r n e

£80

0027/350

Further Photography Skills In this short course the topics of Portraits, Landscapes and Close-up photography will be explored. You will take photographs and learn some basic editing skills. From smart phones to complex cameras, everyone can achieve impressive images and this course will enable you to understand what is required. Bring your camera to all sessions and remember to charge the battery. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

6w

13/01/2021

18:45-21:00

Station Plaza

£tbc

30013-02

PHOTO GR APHY PRINTING

Basic Photography Skills A short course to highlight what makes a good looking photograph and to help you to achieve great images whatever type of camera or smart phone used. You will also practice some basic editing improvements. The reasons for errors will be explained and solutions worked through. Bring your camera to all sessions and remember to charge the battery. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

6w

04/11/2020

18:45-21:00

Statio n Plaz a

£81

30013-01

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Creative Printmaking Workshop Throughout this course, you will have the opportunity to explore and develop your ideas using a variety of techniques and processes including monoprinting, linocut, drypoint etching, screen printing and photo silkscreen. There will be an initial charge of £20.00 to cover the cost of materials used throughout the 10-week course. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

10 w

24/09/2020 07/01/2021

19:00-21:00

Lewes

£100

1128/080 1128/090

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30 0

3969 9

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Etching

Introduction to Knitting

Over this six-week course, you will explore a range of etching processes, including dry-point and soft and hard ground etching. You will learn a variety of ‘inking-up’ techniques and a number of other print possibilities to enrich your work. You will need to supply paper (Snowdon 300gsm), drawing tools, and masking tape, which can be purchased in our Plaza Art Supplies at a discounted rate.

Have you always wanted to learn how to knit? Do you know the basics but want to learn more? Come along with your own project and learn in a friendly, relaxed group. Please bring some double knit wool and size 5mm needles.

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

6w

05/11/2020 25/02/2021 22/04/2021

18:00-20:30

Statio n Plaz a

£70

13090-01 13090-02 13090-03

Printmaking Learn and explore the possibilities of a select range of printmaking techniques using either photographic or hand drawn images. Screen printing, monoprinting, lino printing, soft ground etching, and dry point etching. This course is suitable for all printmakers from complete beginners to experienced artists. Work at your own pace in a friendly environment with both technical help and creative guidance from the tutor. You will need to supply paper, drawing materials, acetate and tape. We have four screen printing vacuum tables, a Rochat etching press and an Albion relief printing press. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

10 w

29/09/2020 12/01/2021 20/04/2021

10:00-15:30

Statio n Plaz a

£295

13051-01 13051-02 13051-03

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

5w

03/11/2020 23/02/2021

18:30-20:30

Eastb ourne

£45

0010/300 0010/320

Natural Product Dyeing During this course, you will learn how to identify and forage for local plants to make your own natural dyes. You will develop new processes such as bundle dyeing, dip dyeing, salt resist and shibori resist. We will explore these various non-toxic techniques to design and create exciting textile scarves, cushions, and bags. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

12 w

07/01/2021 08/04/2021

16:00-17:00

Eastb ourne

£30

7119/020 7119/030

Patchwork & Quilting Short Course Discover the joy of patchwork and quilting during this eight-week course. We’ll teach you the skills and techniques to make your own small size quilt. You will need to buy fabric, tools and equipment, but your tutor will advise you on these after your first session. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

Summer School Printing

8w

21/04/2021

10:20-12:20

Eastb ourne

£80

5344/050

Come and explore how to create multiple prints on paper using photographic, hand-drawn and block shapes. Using water-based inks, you’ll be able to control ink transparencies, overlays and gradients to achieve full-colour results. Ideally, prepare some ‘positives’ in advance. Please note: you will need to provide relevant materials.

Pattern Cutting & Dressmaking

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

5 days

12/07/2021

9:30-15:30

Statio n Plaz a

£145

13046

Wood Engraving Join us for an introduction to this delicate and powerful printmaking technique. You’ll learn about the history, tools, image making and printing involved in Wood Engraving. Tools, practice block of wood, ink and paper will be supplied. Extra wood blocks and cutting surfaces can be purchased during the class. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

10 w

29/09/2020 12/01/2021

18:00-20:30

Statio n Plaz a

£130

19299-01 19299-02

TEXTILES Fashion Design, Draft, Cut & Construct This course offers you the opportunity to explore two different textile options, either draft personal toiles for a skirt, trousers, bodice or sleeve; or use a commercial pattern to plan, mark, cut and construct using a machine or hand couture. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

10 w

23/09/2020

10:30-12:30

Arch e r y C e nte r

£100

0010/010

Fashion Workshop Join us for this ten-week fashion workshop as we teach you how to construct an item of clothing using a machine or hand couture. Length

Date

10 w

21/09/2020 13/01/2021

Time 13:00-15:00

Campus Eas tb o u r n e

Cost

Code

£100

0010/280 0010/290

Design and make clothes to your own measurements using traditional techniques or adapting a pattern. You will use a combination of quick solutions and couture techniques to ensure the finish is as perfect as the fit. You will need to know how to use a sewing machine, have basic sewing skills and bring your own sewing kit to each session. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

10 w

29/09/2020 05/01/2021 23/03/2021

18:00-21:15

Station Plaza

£125

13040-01 13040-02 13040-03

Sewing for All This course will guide you through a series of projects so you can learn all the basics, from setting up a sewing machine to putting in zips and buttonholes. You can learn to make your sewing look more professional, get help following patterns and even learn how to make your own patterns. Large cutting tables, sewing tables and sewing machines are available to use, or you can bring your own machine if you prefer. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

10 w

01/10/2020 07/01/2021 25/03/2021

18:30-20:45

Station Plaza

£125

18137-01 18137-01 18137-01

Textile Techniques & Surface Decoration You will get a productive introduction to textiles and explore a range of techniques including printing, fabric manipulation, dyeing and embroidery. You will be encouraged to experiment and develop your ideas to create exciting textile designs. Please note: you will need to bring your own materials. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

10 w

30/09/2020 06/01/2021 24/03/2021

18:00-20:30

Station Plaza

£130

17247-01 17247-02 17247-03

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14 BUSINESS, ACCOUNTING, MANAGEMENT & L AW

ACCOUNTING & BO OKKEEPING

AAT Level 4 Diploma in Accounting

This course is an entry point into bookkeeping. It will give you an introductory knowledge of the role of a bookkeeper, how to understand financial documentation and learn single-entry bookkeeping.

This course will cover high-level accounting and finance topics and tasks such as tax, auditing, credit management, and cash and treasury management. You will become comfortable with a wide range of financial management skills and applications and gain competencies in: drafting financial statements for limited companies; recommending accounting systems strategy, and constructing and presenting complex management accounting reports.

Length

Date

12 w

09/09/2020 09/12/2020 24/03/2021

AAT Level 1 Award in Bookkeeping

Time 17:15-20:30

Campus Statio n Plaz a

Cost

Code

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

£180

9295-01 9295-02 9295-03

36 w 54 w

07/09/2020 11/09/2020

9:00-16:00 9:30-14:30

Eastb ourne Station Plaza

£2733 £2686

4509/140 3640Y1

Computerised Accounts Level 1

AAT Level 2 Certificate in Bookkeeping

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

Using Sage software, you will learn to set up and amend new suppliers and customers, create nominal accounts, process receipts and payments, reconcile batch invoices and produce reports to trial balance. You will become familiar with the latest version of an industry-standard accounting software package and will gain an understanding of double-entry accounts.

12 w

18/09/2020

9:00-13:30

Statio n Plaz a

£tbc

9838

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

6w

15/12/2020 04/05/2021 19/11/2020 06/05/2021

18:00-21:00 9:30-15:30

Newhaven Newhaven Eastb ourne Eastb ourne

£130

0859/010 0859/020 0859/150 0859/170

Level 2 Certificate in Bookkeeping is suitable for individuals who wish to further their studies of bookkeeping and who have some practical knowledge and skills and wish to gain an accredited competence qualification in this subject.

AAT Level 3 Certificate in Bookkeeping The Level 3 Certificate in Bookkeeping and Accounting qualification is primarily designed to appeal to learners within the following groups: Learners who already have some bookkeeping experience and want to formalise their knowledge and skills by completing an accredited qualification in bookkeeping and accounting. Learners who already hold a bookkeeping qualification wanting to expand their range of knowledge and skills.

Bookkeeping & Accounts Level 1

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

This course will teach you how to apply a range of basic bookkeeping techniques, such as double-entry bookkeeping, preparation of simple trading and profit and loss accounts, stock accounts, and balance sheets.

12 w

10/09/2020

17:30-21:00

Statio n Plaz a

£tbc

30005

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

7w 6w 11 w 11 w

24/09/2020 22/04/2021 23/09/2020 26/01/2021

9:30-15:30 9:30-16:30 18:00-21:00 18:00-21:00

Eastb ourne Eastb ourne Newhaven Newhaven

£130 £90 £130 £130

4515/100 4515/120 4515/030 4515/040

AAT Level 2 Award in Computerised Accounting Using the accounting software, Sage, we will teach you how to select and use computerised accounting or bookkeeping software to input and process data for orders, invoices, receipts and payments. We will also show you how to prepare management and period-end reports. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

10 w

01/04/2021

18:00-20:30

Statio n Plaz a

£235

18017

AAT Level 2 Certificate in Accounting This qualification will prepare you for junior and entry-level accounting roles by delivering a solid foundation in finance administration. You will cover areas such as double-entry bookkeeping, basic costing principles, and how to use accounting software. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

34 w 35 w

14/09/2020 14/09/2020 09/09/2020 10/09/2020

9:30-15:00 9:30-15:00 9:00-13:30 12:30-17:00

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£880 £880 £855 £855

4505/020 4505/030 3636-01 3636-02

AAT Level 3 Diploma in Accounting This course will build on your accounting knowledge and introduce more sophisticated financial accounting and costing techniques, cash management, and how to prepare reports and returns. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

36 w

31/08/2020 31/08/2020 10/09/2020

9:00-15:30 17:30-21:00

Eas tb o u r n e Ne wh ave n Statio n Plaz a

£2713 £2680

4506/010 4506/040 3638

Bookkeeping & Accounts Level 2 This course will build on your knowledge gained from Level 1 and will demonstrate how to study daybooks, three-column cash books, adjustments for prepayments, accruals, depreciation, stocktaking, valuation, and further final accounts. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

6w 17 w

07/01/2021 22/09/2020

9:30-16:30 18:00-20:00

Eastb ourne Newhaven

£90 £130

0652/120 0652/090

B U S I N E S S, M A N AG E M E N T & L AW CIPD Diploma in Human Resource Practice This foundation course will provide you with the knowledge and understanding that covers the critical areas of Human Resources practice. You will cover professional development, recruitment and selection, performance management, mentoring and coaching, and employment law. It also lays a solid foundation for a career in HR and onto further study. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

36 w

08/09/2020

17:30-20:30

Station Plaza

£2160

15007

Principles of Team Leading This course is designed to give you the knowledge and understanding required to successfully lead a team. This will focus on the study of leading a team in a business environment.

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Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

17 w

22/09/2020

17:30-20:30

Eastb ourne

£434

7106/010

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030

30 0

3969 9

Please note: All course details were correct at time of print. Due to Covid-19, please consult our website for any start dates and prices, as these may be subject to change.


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15 C H I L D C A R E , H E A LT H & S O C I A L C A R E

COMPUTING & DIGITAL MEDIA

H E A LT H & S O C I A L C A R E

COMPUTING & ICT

Common Health Conditions

Beginners IT

During this course, you will develop your knowledge and understanding of various common health conditions and how to monitor them. This course is perfect if you are currently working in, or intending to work in, adult health and social care.

Never touched a computer before? This course will cover all the basics such as switching the computer on/off, accessing programmes, use of toolbars, menus, icons, and de-mystifying jargon. You will also learn how to get online, use a search engine, and sending and replying to emails.

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

17 w

24/09/2020

18:00-21:00

Eas tb o u r n e

£434

6010/020

10 w

21/09/2020

12:15-13:45

Eastb ourne

£75

2359/970

Customer Service in a Health & Social Care Setting

Databases

During this course, you will develop an awareness of customer service in Health and Social Care, understand how to communicate effectively, understand the needs of customers who access Health and Social Care services, and become an effective part of a team.

Do you own a small business or need to organise business data? Join us for this course and learn how to construct databases using Microsoft Access. You’ll be able to create tables, create fields and enter data.

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

17 w

24/09/2021

18:00-21:00

Eas tb o u r n e

£360

6396/020

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

5w

04/02/2021

18:00-20:00

Ore Valley

£30

20657

Microsoft Boot Camp

First Aid at Work Level 3 Learn practical and theoretical elements of First Aid at Work which are essential for diagnosing or treating injuries or illness, with an emphasis on dealing with life-threatening situations until professional help arrives. Consists of two days of training and one day of assessment to achieve the qualification. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

1 w

05/04/2021

10:00-15:00

Statio n Plaz a

£258

18744-01

This Bootcamp is perfect if you have an interest in developing your IT skills using Microsoft software. You will study the core Microsoft programmes including, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, and Publisher, and learn how to use them efficiently. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

8w

05/01/2021 09/03/2021

18:00-21:00

Ore Valley

£200

16872 18797

Health & Social Care Level 2 Extended Diploma

Visually Impaired Level 1 IT Users Certificate

During this course, you will understand what it is like to work in the Health and Social Care industry, improve your knowledge in safeguarding and protection, equality and diversity, and human growth and development.

This specialist ICT courses for the Visually Impaired is a practical, hands-on course providing you with the opportunity to learn and/or improve basic IT skills across a range of software packages using assistive software and hardware. You will have 1-to-1 lessons with your own personal tutor.

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

35 w

02/10/2020

9:30-14:30

Eas tb o u r n e

£1193

6253/030

Nutrition & Health During this course, you will increase your understanding of the principles of healthy eating, understand how an individual’s dietary requirements change throughout their life, and gain an understanding about eating disorders.

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

35 w

21/09/2020

9:00-12:00

Eastb ourne

£435

4556/040

Visually Impaired Level 2 IT Users Certificate

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

This specialist ICT courses for the Visually Impaired is a practical, hands-on course providing you with the opportunity to learn and/or improve basic IT skills across a range of software packages using assistive software and hardware. You will have 1-to-1 lessons with your own personal tutor.

17 w

22/09/2020

18:00-21:00

Eas tb o u r n e

£434

5499/020

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

35 w

21/09/2020

9:00-12:00

Eastb ourne

£435

4557/040

Visually Impaired Level 3 IT Users Certificate This specialist ICT courses for the Visually Impaired is a practical, hands-on course providing you with the opportunity to learn and/or improve basic IT skills across a range of software packages using assistive software and hardware. You will have 1-to-1 lessons with your own personal tutor. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

35 w

21/09/2020

9:00-12:00

Eastb ourne

£1417

4558/020

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C O N ST RU C T I O N & T H E B U I LT E N V I RO N M E N T

Introduction to Carpentry

D I G I TA L M E D I A Camera Techniques Join us for this introduction to using your DSLR to capture moving image and learn how to produce different types of scenes and shots. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

5w

02/02/2021

18:00-21:00

Statio n Plaz a

£50

20655

Digital Video Bootcamp This course will teach you how to create digital videos. You will learn the process of recording and producing professional quality Digital Video. We will give you tips and recommendations about filming equipment and teach you how to use video editing software. Length 8w

Date 02/02/2021

Time 18:00-21:00

Campus O re Valley

Cost £200

This 11-week course is ideal for you if you are a DIY enthusiast, homeowner, or if you’re thinking about a change of career and want to try out the trade. You will learn the basic skills including how to use and maintain tools, basic woodworking joints, changing a lock, fitting ironmongery, and fixing skirtings and architraves. Length 11 w

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

29/09/2020 12/01/2021 20/04/2021

18:30-20:30

Ore Valley

£150

18912-01 18912-02 18912-03

Trade Skills Short Course: Doors & Windows Learn how to maintain and repair wooden doors and window features in your house. You will learn skills including splicing and repairing rotten or damaged timber, adjusting and replacing door ironmongery, plus guidance on sliding sash windows.

Code

Length

18799

1w

Date

Time

06/04/2021

tbc

Campus

Cost

Code

Ore Valley

£225

20664-1

Internet & Social Media for Beginners

Trade Skills Short Course: Kitchen Installations

Want to brush up on your internet and social media skills? This course will help you to explore the opportunities presented by the world wide web. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

Come and learn the essential skills needed for fitting or replacing kitchen components. You will learn how to design and set out, assemble cabinets, fit and replace doors, worktops, plinths and basic waste water plumbing. Gas and Electrics are not included.

2w

02/02/2021

18:00-20:00

O re Valley

£20

20653

Length 1w

C O N S T R U C T I O N , C A R P E N T RY & B R I C K W O R K An Introduction to DIY: Household Repair & Maintenance This course is ideal if you are a DIY enthusiast, homeowner, or if you’re thinking about a change of career and want to try out the trade. You will learn the basic skills needed for everyday home repair tasks, such as bricklaying and pointing, patching render and plaster, plus assembling kitchen units, and tiling. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

11 w

29/09/2020 12/01/2021 20/04/2021

18:30-20:30

O re Valley

£150

16880-01 16880-02 16880-03

Brickwork for Beginners This practical course provides you with an introduction to brickwork skills. You will learn how to build a corner, a brick pier and a straight wall, and learn to lay a ‘soldier’ course and brick on edge. Please bring a tape measure, gloves and safety glasses or goggles and wear old clothes. Steel toe-capped safety boots are essential. Length 10 w 10 w 8w 11 w 11 w 11 w

Date 22/09/2020 05/01/2021 20/04/2021 29/09/2020 12/01/2021 20/04/2021

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

18:30-21:00 18:30-20:30

Eas tb o u r n e Eas tb o u r n e Eas tb o u r n e O re Valley O re Valley O re Valley

£125 £125 £138 £150 £150 £150

0120/320 0120/350 0120/360 18188-01 18188-02 18188-03

EWPA 1 Experienced Worker This course is perfect if you’re looking to become qualified in your trade, you’re 25-years-old or above and have at least five years’ experience in the relevant trade. You will be able to undertake practical assessments in bricklaying, site carpentry, or painting & decorating at our construction centre to work towards your qualification. Length 1w

Date on demand

Time 9:00-16:30

Campus

Cost

Code

O re Valley

£900

17800

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Date

Time

06/04/2021

tbc

Campus

Cost

Code

Ore Valley

£225

20666-1

Trade Skills Short Course: Plastering Learn the essential skills of how to repair and renew plasterwork. We’ll teach you the safe use of hand tools, understanding the materials, and techniques for the various undercoat and finish plastering methods. Please note that a safety induction on the first day is mandatory for this course. Length 1w

Date

Time

06/04/2021

tbc

Campus

Cost

Code

Ore Valley

£225

20662-1

Trade Skills Short Course: The Incredible Router Come along and get to grips with this versatile woodworking tool. You will learn how to safely set up and use the router, learn different types of cutters and common tasks, as well as mouldings, rebates, and curves. A safety induction is mandatory. Length 1w

Date

Time

06/04/2021

tbc

Campus

Cost

Code

Ore Valley

£225

20668-1

Trade Skills Short Course: Tiling This course is ideal for anyone who wants to learn the basics of ceramic floor and wall tiling. You’ll learn how to set out and measure, mark and cut, fix and grout. Length 1w

Date

Time

06/04/2021

tbc

Campus

Cost

Code

Ore Valley

£225

20665-1

Site Carpentry Diploma During this course, you will develop your practical skills in carpentry or joinery, while improving your knowledge of the construction industry in general. You will be able to carry out first and second fixing, how to build a timber frame structure, and how to erect structural carcasses. Length 35 w

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Date

Time

22/09/2020

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17:30-21:00

30 0

Campus

Cost

Code

Eastb ourne

£1543

7108/010

3969 9

Please note: All course details were correct at time of print. Due to Covid-19, please consult our website for any start dates and prices, as these may be subject to change.


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SITEWORX

GAS CPA1 Combustion Performance Analysis Initial Assessment

This course is the perfect starting point if you are looking to start work in the construction industry, or if you need a refresher in modern site practices. You will cover site safety, risk assessments, safe manual handling, checking deliveries, correct use of PPE, and the use of basic hand tools. The course will also help you prepare for the CSCS test - now a legal requirement on most sites.

This short ACS gas courses in Combustion Performance Analysis - use of flue gas analysers on domestic gas appliances, will help you gain competency in our approved awarding body training centre so that you can become registered in gas safety.

Length 1w

Date 27/10/2020

Time 9:00-16:00

Campus

Cost

Code

O re Valley

£300

20661-01

Length 1w

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

on demand

8:30-17:00

Eastb ourne

£238

1703/220

GAS DAH1 Ducted Air Heaters Initial Assessment This course will help you to gain the necessary qualification in working with warm air installations so that you can register with the Gas Safe competent person scheme.

P L U M B I N G & H E AT I N G

Length

GAS BPEC Gas Foundation Qualification

1w

This course will help you to gain the necessary qualification in BPEC Gas Foundation Core Domestic Safety, so that you can register with the Gas Safe competent person scheme. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

24 w

on demand

8:30-16:30

Eas tb o u r n e

£3150

5916/010

This short ACS gas course in Core Domestic Gas Safety will help you gain competency in our approved awarding body training centre so that you can become registered in gas safe. Length 1w

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

on demand

8:30-17:00

Eas tb o u r n e

£520

1703/040

This short ACS gas courses in Core Domestic Gas Safety will help you regain your gas safety certificate. Length 1w

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

on demand

8:30-17:00

Eas tb o u r n e

£410

1703/030

GAS CENWAT Boilers and Water Heaters Initial Assessment This short ACS gas courses in Domestic Central Heating Boilers and Water Heaters will help you gain competency in our approved awarding body training centre so that you can become registered in gas safety. Length 1w

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

on demand

8:30-17:00

Eas tb o u r n e

£225

1703/130

1w

This short ACS gas courses in Domestic Central Heating Boilers and Water Heaters will help you regain your gas safety certificate. Length 1w

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

on demand

8:30-16:30

Eas tb o u r n e

£180

1703/260

Cost

Code

on demand

8:30-17:00

Eastb ourne

£225

1703/070

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

on demand

8:30-17:00

Eastb ourne

£180

1703/050

GAS ENERGY EFFICIENCY This short ACS gas courses in Energy Efficiency of Domestic Heating and Hot Water Systems will help you gain competency in our approved awarding body training centre so that you can become registered in gas safety.

1w

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

on demand

8:30-17:00

Eastb ourne

£175

2233/010

GAS Gas Meters MET2 Initial Assessment This short ACS gas courses in Domestic Gas Meters will help you gain competency in our approved awarding body training centre so that you can become registered in gas safety. Length 1w

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

on demand

8:30-17:00

Eastb ourne

£225

1703/180

GAS Gas Meters MET2 Reassessment This short ACS gas courses in Domestic Gas Meters will help you regain your gas safety certificate. Length

GAS CENWAT Boilers and Water Heaters Reassessment

Campus

This course will help you renew your ACS competency in working with warm air installations so that you can register with Gas Safe and continue to work legally on gas installations.

Length

GAS CCN1 Core Competences Gas Safety Reassessment

Time

GAS DAH1 Ducted Air Heaters Reassessment

Length

GAS CCN1 Core Competences Gas Safety Initial Assessment

Date

1w

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

on demand

8:30-17:00

Eastb ourne

£180

1703/200

GAS Gas Training 1 or 2 days This short ACS gas courses in gas-related subjects, such as domestic gas safety, LPG changeover, CPA1, will help you gain competency in our approved awarding body training centre so that you can become registered in gas safety.

GAS CKR1 Cookers Initial Assessment

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

This course will help you to gain the necessary qualification in working with gas cookers so that you can register with the Gas Safe competent person scheme.

1/2 day

on demand

8:30-16:30

Eastb ourne

£115

1703/250

Length 1w

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

on demand

8:30-17:00

Eas tb o u r n e

£225

1703/100

GAS CKR1 Cookers Reassessment This course will help you renew your ACS competency in working with gas cookers so that you can register with Gas Safe and continue to work legally on gas installations. Length 1w

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

on demand

8:30-17:00

Eas tb o u r n e

£180

1703/090

C O N TAC T U S TO DAY


Ea s tb ourne Campus Ha s tings Campus Ore Val l ey Le w es Campus Ne w haven Campus

C O N ST RU C T I O N & T H E B U I LT E N V I RO N M E N T

COUNSELLING & PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

GAS HTR1 Fires & Heaters Initial Assessment This course will help you to gain the necessary qualification in working with gas fires so that you can register with the Gas Safe competent person scheme. Length 1w

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

on demand

8:30-17:00

Eas tb o u r n e

£225

1703/120

GAS HTR1 Fires & Heaters Reassessment This course will help you renew your ACS competency in working with gas fires so that you can register with Gas Safe and continue to work legally on gas installations. Length 1w

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

on demand

8:30-17:00

Eas tb o u r n e

£180

1703/110

GAS Laundry LAU1 Initial Assessment This short ACS gas course in Laundry, domestic gas fired tumble dryer, will help you gain competency in our approved awarding body training centre so that you can become registered in gas safety. Length 1w

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

on demand

8:30-17:00

Eas tb o u r n e

£225

1703/160

This short ACS gas course in Laundry, domestic gas fired tumble dryer, will help you regain your gas safety certificate.

1w

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

on demand

8:30-17:00

Eas tb o u r n e

£180

1703/210

GAS LPG Gas Initial Assessment This short ACS gas course in BPEC Assessment for Changeover of Natural Gas to LPG, will help you gain competency in our approved awarding body training centre so that you can become registered in gas safety. Length 1w

Counselling Skills Certificate Level 2 This course will help you to explore the application of counselling skills in a range of different settings. Underpinning your learning will be the personcentred approach to counselling which offers you a challenging and exciting opportunity to engage in counselling and explore self-development. Open to anyone over the age of 19 at the course start date. This course includes Saturday work shops and a residential trips. Length 23 w 21 w 20 w 20 w

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

on demand

8:30-17:30

Eas tb o u r n e

£350

1703/190

20 w

1w

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

on demand

8:30-17:00

Eas tb o u r n e

£180

1703/270

Campus

Cost

Code

13:00-16:30 17:30-21:00 17:30-21:00 9:30-13:00

Eastb ourne Eastb ourne Lewes Lewes

£585

4544/010 4544/030 4544/020 4544/040

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

23/09/202

17:30-21:00

Eastb ourne

£590

6226/010

Interpersonal Skills Award Level 1 During this course, you will explore a range of interpersonal and counselling skills. You will develop your listening and communication skills, knowledge of self-development, and gain an understanding of how prejudices and value judgements impact our everyday life. Open to anyone over the age of 18 at the course start date. Length

This short ACS gas courses in BPEC Assessment for Changeover of Natural Gas to LPG will help you regain your gas safety certificate. Length

06/10/2020 05/01/2021 22/09/2020 28/01/2021

Time

This course is suitable for you if you wish to develop your use of counselling skills in the workplace. During the course, you will practise and develop counselling skills, study different approaches to the use of counselling, study the importance of ethics in helping relationships, and appreciate the importance of self-development to help others.

10 w

GAS LPG Reassessment

Date

Counselling Skills and Theory Award Level 3

Length

GAS Laundry LAU1 Reassessment

Length

COUNSELLING & PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

Date

Time

Campus

30/09/2020 13/01/2021 21/04/2021 13/01/2021 30/09/2020 21/04/2021 29/09/2020 13/01/2021 20/04/2021

9:30-13:00 17:30-21:00 17:30-21:00 9:30-13:00 17:30-21:00 9:30-13:00 9:30-13:00 13:00-16:30 17:30-21:00

Eastb ourne Eastb ourne Eastb ourne Eastb ourne Eastb ourne Eastb ourne Lewes Lewes Lewes

Cost

Code

£180

4532/010 4532/050 4532/130 4532/140 4532/160 4532/170 4532/030 4532/200 4532/110

GAS Unvented Gas Hot Water Systems Training This short ACS gas course in Unvented Hot Water Systems Training and Assessment will help you gain competency in our approved awarding body training centre so that you can become registered in gas safety. Length 1w

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

on demand

8:30-17:00

Eas tb o u r n e

£295

1703/150

GAS Unvented Hot Water Systems Reassessment This short ACS gas course in Unvented Hot Water Systems Training and Assessment will help you regain your gas safety certificate. Length 1w

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

on demand

8:30-17:00

Eas tb o u r n e

£180

1703/240

GAS Water Regulations BPEC This short ACS gas course will help you gain competency in our approved awarding body training centre so that you can become registered in gas safety. Length 1w

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

on demand

8:30-17:00

Eas tb o u r n e

£295

2232/010

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030

30 0

3969 9

Please note: All course details were correct at time of print. Due to Covid-19, please consult our website for any start dates and prices, as these may be subject to change.


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18 - 19 ENGINEERING & ELECTRICAL

ENGINEERING

ELECTRICAL 2391-52 Inspection and Testing

Abrasive Wheels

This qualification will prepare you for the initial verification and periodic inspection of electrical installation work.

This course is perfect if you would like to learn more about abrasive wheels, such as bench, off-hand, and angle grinders. You will learn about the different types of wheels and how to look after, change and maintain the equipment and their consumables.

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

14 w

24/09/2020

18:00-21:00

Eas tb o u r n e

£1094

7141/010

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

CG 2382 18th Edition Upgrade

1w

25/10/2020 15/02/2021

9:00-16:30

Ore Valley

£80

18048-01 18048-02

If you are an electrician working in the trade, this course will ensure that you are up-to-date with the latest IEE wiring regulations. The course will cover the 18th edition of the new regulations that came into effect on 1st July 2018. You will cover wiring and the safe use and operation of electrical equipment and systems.

CAD Solid Works

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

1w

10/02/2021

9:00-16:30

O re Valley

£331

11505-01

Electrical Inspection & Test (Periodic Inspection & Condition Reporting) This course will help you to achieve a qualification in Periodic Inspection to allow you to test electrical installations and prove competence to your regulatory body. You will learn the principles, practices and legislation of the periodic inspection, and learn how to test and report the condition of electrical installations. Length 1w

Date 06/04/2021

Time 9:00-16:30

Campus O re Valley

Cost £700

Code 18928

This qualification will help you to develop the knowledge and practical skills required to carry out inspection and testing on electrical installations professionally. Choose from three pathways depending on your previous qualifications and type of inspection and testing you require.

1w

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

8w

23/02/2021

18:00-20:00

Ore Valley

£50

20659

Engineering Machine Shop Practices (Evening) This course is perfect if you want to learn new practical skills in Engineering. During the course, you will learn the basic techniques of how to use hand fitting, turning, and machining equipment. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

8w

04/01/2021

17:00-20:00

Ore Valley

£300

11502

Performing Engineering Operations

Electrical Inspection & Testing

Length

During this unaccredited course, you will learn the basics in Computer-Aided Design and be able to create your own 3D models and production drawings.

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

26/10/2020

9:00-16:00

O re Valley

£390

30017-01

Electrical Installations Level 2

This NVQ is designed to give you an excellent insight into the practical skills required in modern-day manufacturing. You will learn how to use modern industrial equipment within the workshop environment and undertake skills in lathe turning, operating milling machines, bench fitting skills, as well as workshop health and safety. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

36 w

01/10/2020*

9:00-16:30

Ore Valley

£1193

10760

Welding

This course will give you a basic knowledge of the underpinning principles, and industry standards and requirements of electrical installation technology. It includes theoretical learning on scientific principles, electrical installation theory and health and safety requirements. You will learn the practical skills required to install wiring systems to recognised standards, and to be able to inspect and test wiring systems. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

36 w 36 w

22/09/2020 tbc

18:00-21:00 tbc

Eas tb o u r n e O re Valley

£1545 £tbc

1546/060 30015

This unaccredited course is perfect for you if you’re interested in learning about different welders and welding techniques. During the course, you will be able to produce different welds such as MIG, TIG, and Arc. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

8w

23/02/2021

18:00-21:00

Ore Valley

£400

20660

Electrical Installations Level 3 During this course you will be able to acquire advanced knowledge and related skills of electrical installation. You will understand environmental legislation, working practices and principals, as well as electrical installation planning, preparing and designing. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

36 w 36 w

22/09/2020 22/09/2020

17:30-21:00 tbc

Eas tb o u r n e O re Valley

£3345 £1543

2426/080 30016

Part P Electrical This course will give you the skills and qualifications you need to be able to carry out electrical installations in homes to the required standard in accordance with Building Regulations for Electrical Installations in Dwelling. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

1w

26/10/2020

9:00-16:00

O re Valley

£tbc

30018-01

C O N TAC T U S TO DAY


Eas tb ourne Campus Has tings Campus Lewe s Campus Newhaven Campus

Enrolment made easy

20

Scan this QR code, search your course, and enrol online with a click of a button. For more information turn to page 2.

ENGLISH & L ANGUAGES

C R E AT I V E W R I T I N G , M O D E R N F O R E I G N L A N G UAG E S & S I G N L A N G UAG E

German Beginners TGrasp the basics of German and gain the confidence to speak in everyday situations. You will cover basic topics such as shopping, directions, ordering a meal, and booking a room. By the end of the course, you will be able to speak and understand basic language and grammar.

Improving Your Creative Writing Improve your creative writing through a series of exercises and activities such as studying examples of published literature and exploring fiction writing techniques including character development, dialogue, evocative description of place, point of view, character in conflict and good beginnings and endings. Please bring a notebook and pen. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

14 w

22/09/2020

19:00-21:00

Eas tb o u r n e

£100

0103/880

Cafe French Conversation

Length

Date 06/06/2021 05/01/2021 20/04/2021 23/09/2020 22/09/2020 21/04/2021

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

10 w

24/09/2020

19:00-21:00

Eastb ourne

£100

3009/390

German Improvers Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

20 w

22/09/2020

19:00-20:30

Eastb ourne

£150

3009/210

Italian for Beginners

No books, no homework, no grammar. Just 100% French conversation. Come and brush up on your French conversation with other like-minded people. A reasonable knowledge of spoken French is required.

10 w 10 w 8w 10 w 10 w 8w

Length

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

10:00-12:00

Ne wh ave n Le we s Le we s Ne wh ave n Le we s Ne wh ave n

£100 £100 £80 £100 £100 £80

1171/760 1171/780 1171/800 1171/970 1171/980 3681/120

French Beginners

Aimed at complete beginners, this will give you the basics of the language and confidence to speak in everyday situations as well as offering a more in depth approach. We aim to cover basic topics such as shopping, directions, ordering a meal, and booking a room. By the end of the course you will be able to speak and understand basic language and grammar will help you gain confidence to speak in everyday situations. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

20 w

25/09/2020

13:30-15:00

Eastb ourne

£75

2526/760

Italian Improvers

This course will help you grasp the basics of French and give you the confidence to speak in everyday situations. You will cover basic topics such as shopping, directions, ordering a meal, and booking a room. By the end of the course, you will be able to speak and understand basic language and grammar.

Revise and consolidate your existing skills and competence in Italian. This course is for students who have completed a 20-week beginners course or who have similar experience of the language. We will aim to build and extend on the basic skills acquired previously. By the end of the course you will be able to communicate more confidently on a wider range of topics.

Length

Code

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

1171/330 1171/680 1173/010

20 w

25/09/2020

9:30-11:00

Eastb ourne

£150

2526/770

10 w

Date 23/09/2020 22/09/2020 24/09/2020

Time 13:00-15:00 19:00-21:00 19:00-21:00

Campus Le we s Eas tb o u r n e Le we s

Cost £100

French Improvers Revise and consolidate your skills in French. This course is for students who have completed a 20-week beginners course or have a similar experience of the language. We will cover further grammar structures and topics like general information, travel, accommodation, food and drink, shopping, services, emergencies and more. Length

Date

Time

Campus

20 w

24/09/2020 24/09/2020

19:00-20:30 10:00-11:30

Eas tb o u r n e Le we s

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

Code

20 w

24/09/2020

11:15-12:45

Eastb ourne

£150

2526/870

£150

2373/380 1171/850

Italian Higher Intermediate

This course perfectly follows the improvers course and allows you to expand your knowledge of grammar and vocabulary by introducing and practising more complex structures. You will improve your speaking and listening skills, as well as increase your reading and writing ability. Date

Time

Campus

20 w

24/09/2020 22/09/2020

19:00-20:30 13:00-14:30

Eas tb o u r n e Le we s

You will expand your knowledge of grammar and vocabulary by introducing and practising more complex structures. You will also have the opportunity to improve your speaking and listening skills as well as increasing your reading and writing ability. You should have already completed the intermediate course or have equivalent knowledge of studying the language for at least three years. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

Cost

Code

20 w

25/09/2020

11:15-12:45

Eastb ourne

£150

2526/880

£150

2524/400 1171/860

Italian Advanced

French Advanced This advanced course will cover more complex and specialised language to help you deal with unpredictable situations. By the end of the course, you will be able to communicate with greater accuracy, knowledge, and fluency in a broader range of topics. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

20 w

24/09/2020

13:00-14:30

Le we s

£150

1171/990

w w w. e s c g. ac . uk

You will have the opportunity to revise and consolidate your existing skills and competence. You should have already completed the improver course or have the equivalent knowledge of studying the language for at least two years. Build on current skills, broaden your vocabulary and increase your confidence in speaking, listening, reading and writing skills. By the end of the course you will be more confident in speaking and understanding the language.

Cost

French Intermediate / Post Intermediate

Length

Italian Lower Intermediate

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You will cover more complex and specialised language to deal with unpredictable situations. By the end of the course you will be able to communicate with greater accuracy, knowledge and fluency on a wider range of topics. You should have studied the language for at least four years or have equivalent experience such as A-Level grade B or above. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

20 w

24/09/2020

9:30-11:00

Eastb ourne

£150

2526/860

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030

30 0

3969 9

Please note: All course details were correct at time of print. Due to Covid-19, please consult our website for any start dates and prices, as these may be subject to change.


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21 F LO R I ST RY

GCSE

F L O R I S T RY

Japanese Beginners Learn the basics of the language, learn the Japanese alphabet, Hiragana, and gain the confidence to speak in everyday situations. You will cover basic topics such as greeting, shopping, directions, ordering a meal or booking a room and more.

Floristry - Beginners

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

Learn how to care for and condition flowers and then go on to create beautiful floral designs to include hand-tied bouquets, buttonholes and centrepieces. You will need to provide your own materials at an estimated cost of £10-£15 per week.

10 w

23/09/2020

19:00-21:00

Eas tb o u r n e

£100

2527/670

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

10 w

22/09/2020

18:15-20:45

Eastb ourne

£125

5892/100

Japanese Improvers This course is perfect for you if you’d like to improve your Japanese. You will have the opportunity to revise and consolidate your existing skills and expand your Japanese vocabulary.

Floristry - Introduction to Wedding Designs

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Time

Campus

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Code

Further your floristry skills to produce wedding designs, including traditional hand-tied bouquets and contemporary arrangements. You will need to provide your own materials at an estimated cost of £10-£15 per week.

20 w

22/09/2020

19:00-20:30

Eas tb o u r n e

£150

2527/600

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

8w

20/04/2021

18:15-20:45

Eastb ourne

£100

5892/110

Spanish Beginners Grasp the basics of Spanish and give you the confidence to speak in everyday situations. You will cover basic topics such as shopping, directions, ordering a meal, and booking a room. By the end of the course, you will be able to speak and understand basic language and grammar. Length

Date

Time

Campus

10 w

22/09/2020 23/09/2020

17:00-19:00 19:00-21:00

Le we s Eas tb o u r n e

Cost

Code

GCSE English

£100

4521/220 4521/210

The course will enable you to read a wide range of texts fluently and with good understanding. Read critically and use the knowledge gained from wide reading to inform and improve your own writing. Write effectively and coherently using standard English appropriately and listen to and understand spoken language.

Spanish Improvers This course is perfect for you if you’d like to improve your Spanish. It is for students who have completed a 20-week beginner course or who have studied the language for approximately one year. We will aim to build and extend on the basic skills acquired previously. By the end of the course, you will be able to communicate more confidently in a broader range of topics. Length

Date

Time

Campus

20 w

24/09/2020 22/09/2020

19:00-20:30 19:30-21:00

Eas tb o u r n e Le we s

Cost

Code

£150

2525/450 2525/470

Spanish Intermediate This course perfectly follows the improvers course and will build on your current skills, broaden your vocabulary, and increase your confidence in speaking, listening, reading and writing skills. Length

Date

20 w

24/09/2020 23/09/2020

Time

Campus

19:00-20:30

Eas tb o u r n e Le we s

Date

10 w

Time 18:30-20:30

Campus Eas tb o u r n e

29 w

14/10/2020

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

18:00-21:00

Eastb ourne Newhaven

£435

5767/010 5767/030

GCSE English Adult This subject is an essential qualification for entry to employment, further and higher education, including the Access to HE course. The course covers both oral and written language, writing and reading skills. Some study of literature, including Shakespeare, is included, but the emphasis is on clear, competent and fluid writing. Please note that this is an examination class. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

30 w

29/09/2020

13:45-17:00

Lewes

£435

5767/040

GCSE Mathematics

£150

This subject covers a wide range of mathematical knowledge and skills including numbers and algebra, geometry, measure and data handling. An essential qualification for entry to employment, further and higher education. You should be able and willing to undertake several hours of home study in addition to the two hours per week class time. Please note this is an examination class.

Cost

Code

£100

7145/010 7145/020

This course will cover the basics of sign language and help you to understand and use a limited range of simple words and sentences. You will take part in conversations as well as give and follow simple directions or instructions in British Sign Language. Date

30 w

29/09/2020 30/09/2020

Code

British Sign Language Level 1

Length

Date

2525/520 1156/850

Gain an insight into the skills needed to be successful for the next stage of sign language learning. Learn about the frame, the skills, how the language flows without the pressure of sitting an exam. This course covers the main vocabulary that is needed within most walks of life.

24/09/2020 07/01/2021

Length

Cost

Introduction to Sign Language

Length

G C S E M AT H S , E N G L I S H & S C I E N C E

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

18:30-20:45

Eas tb o u r n e Le we s

£270

0879/160

Length

Date

30 w

29/09/2020 29/09/2020 28/09/2020

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

13:45-17:00

Eastb ourne Newhaven Lewes

£435

4565/100 4565/020 4565/060

GCSE Biology During this course, you will study a range of biological topics, including cell biology, organisation, infection and response, bioenergetics, homeostasis and response, ecology, and inheritance, variation and evolution. Please note this is an examination class. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

30 w

28/09/2020

18:00-21:00

Eastb ourne

£435

2774/020

For more information about our Hastings campus GCSE courses, please email Catherine.Golding@ESCG.ac.uk.

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B E A U T Y, C O M P L E M E N TA RY H E A LT H C A R E & THER APIES Advanced Beauty Therapy VTCT Level 4 Building on your previous knowledge of Beauty Therapy, you will learn advanced treatment techniques, including dermatology and microbiology, skin rejuvenation and hair removal through intense laser and light treatments, advanced microdermabrasion, as well as the theories behind reducing hair growth and product chemistry. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

36 w

21/09/2020

9:00-17:00

Statio n Plaz a

£5451

18099

Ear Piercing This course will provide you with the knowledge and skills to perform ear piercing. You will learn the techniques of piercing, understand health and hygiene, and how to provide aftercare for the client. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

1 day

31/05/2021

9:00-17:00

Station Plaza

£75

18513-01

Eye Brow Definition This course will teach you everything you need to know about eyebrow definition. You will learn how to define the eyebrows using a multi-step process including tinting, waxing, tweezing, threading, trimming and powder application. There will be an exam at the end of the course to complete the qualification.

Advanced Epilation (Guild Accredited)

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Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

This course will teach the skills and techniques you will need to carry out advanced electrical epilation treatments. You will learn how to treat skin tags, telangiectasia, spider naevi, and blood spots. You will also learn how to carry out a thorough consultation with clients to formulate their treatment plan.

1 day

10/05/2021

9:00-17:00

Station Plaza

£100

18517-01

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

3 days

07/07/2021

9:00-17:00

Statio n Plaz a

£550

19169-01

Aromatherapy Level 3 The VTCT Level 3 Diploma in Aromatherapy is a substantial vocational qualification that will prepare you for a career as an aromatherapist. The units contained in this qualification cover all the skills and knowledge required for this role.

Eyelash Extensions This course will teach you about applying and maintaining individual eyelash extensions. Learn and practise the process of applying a full set of lashes, how to remove and in-fill lashes, and the aftercare and maintenance for clients. There will be an exam at the end of the course to complete the qualification. Length

Date

1 day

15/02/2021 July 2021

Time

Campus

9:00-17:00

Station Plaza

Cost

Code

£145

18516-01 18516-02

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

Female Intimate Waxing (Guild Accredited)

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21/09/2020

13:00-16:30

Eas tb o u r n e

£tbc

7112/010

This course will teach you the techniques of intimate female waxing. You will learn how to apply both hot and cool wax, along with effective hair removal techniques, to be able to complete a full intimate waxing treatment. There will be an exam at the end of the course to complete the qualification.

Bamboo Massage (Guild Accredited) Learn how to use bamboo canes to provide a full body massage. You will learn the history and development of the technique and how to maintain your bamboo equipment. There will also be an exam at the end of the course. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

1 day

21/06/2021

9:00-17:00

Statio n Plaz a

£100

18526-01

Beauty Professional Level 2 This new course is perfect if you are looking to start a career in the Beauty Therapy industry. The course covers the basics of Beauty Therapy and prepares you for working in a salon or as a self-employed therapist. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

22 w

08/01/2021

9:00-15:00

Le we s

£1252

7102/010

Beauty Specialist Techniques Level 2 Learn how to provide facial skincare, eyelash and brow treatments, apply makeup, manicures and pedicures during this one-year fast-track course. You will also be required to carry out client consultations that comply with health and safety requirements in the salon and will be assessed through observations, assignments and short written papers. Length 34 w 22 w 36 w

Date 29/09/2020 27/10/2020 22/09/2020

Time

Campus

17:30-20:30 9:30-14:30 17:30-20:30

Eas tb o u r n e Eas tb o u r n e Le we s

Cost

Code

£760

4609/040 4609/050 4609/020

Ear Candling (Guild Accredited) Learn about the anatomy and physiology of the ear, why people need ear candling, lymphatic drainage, how to perform the treatment safely and how to perform a pressure point massage. There will be an exam at the end of the course to complete the qualification. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

1 day

26/04/2021

9:00-17:00

Statio n Plaz a

£100

18514-01

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Time

Campus

Cost

Code

1 day

13/07/2021

9:00-17:00

Station Plaza

£100

18523-01

Gel Nail Extensions This course will teach you all aspects of applying and maintaining Gel Nail extensions and overlays. Learn the techniques of applying French tips, natural tips, overlays, the application of UV gel polish, and how to remove and maintain these gel systems. There will be an exam at the end of the course. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

2w

26/06/2021

9:00-17:00

Station Plaza

£175

18518-01

Hot Stone Massage Learn how to perform a full body massage using hot and cold stones. You will learn the history and development of the treatment and how to maintain your stone therapy tools and equipment. You will use basalt stones to perform the massage and work in pairs to give and receive the treatment. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

1 day

20/07/2021

9:00-17:00

Station Plaza

£130

18522-01

Indian Head & Shoulder Massage This course covers the history of Indian Head Massage and its benefits and effects, massage procedures and techniques on upper back and shoulders, upper arms, neck, scalp and face. You’ll then learn massage techniques and practise on other members of the group. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

5w

22/04/2021

19:00-21:00

Eastb ourne

£50

3587/160

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Indian Head Massage (Guild Accredited)

Reiki 2

This course will teach you the ancient treatment of Indian head massage. You will learn about the history of the treatment and be given tips on how to perform an effective full Indian head massage for your clients. There will be an exam at the end of the course to complete the qualification.

Following on from completing Reiki 1, you will be able to use Reiki 2 (Second Degree) to develop your use of this universal energy tool. At this level, you can work as a Reiki Practitioner, and you are expected to show an increased commitment to the use of Reiki in your life. Lessons will include basic business planning as well as introducing further tools for your “developmental toolbox”.

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

1 day

14/06/2021

9:00-17:00

Statio n Plaz a

£100

18525-01

Indian Head Massage Level 3 During this course, we will teach about this ancient treatment, and how it helps to relieve stress, reduce tension and improve flexibility in the shoulders, neck and arms. You’ll also be able to learn different massage techniques and practise to gain your certificate. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

14 w

23/09/2020

17:30-20:30

Eas tb o u r n e

£434

7138/010

Lash Lifting (Guild Accredited) This innovative treatment has revolutionised traditional lash perming. You will be taught the technique of lifting the lash from the root, help to make them appear fuller and longer. You will also learn how to tint lashes to add more definition and achieve the best look for your client. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

1 day

07/06/2021

9:00-17:00

Statio n Plaz a

£100

19168-01

Micropigmentation VTCT Level 4 During this advanced course, you will learn the skills and techniques required to perform this form of cosmetic tattooing. You will learn how to provide a thorough consultation with the client, how to achieve a range of micropigmentation effects, including hair stroke and powder brows, lip liner and lip blush, top and bottom eyeliner, as well as providing the relevant aftercare. Length

Date

14 w

28/09/2020 22/02/2021

Time 9:00-18:00

Campus Statio n Plaz a

Cost

Code

£3626

11471-01 11471-02

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

5w

22/04/2021

18:30-20:30

Eastb ourne

£50

5331/020

Sports Massage Therapy Level 3 During this course, you will learn about the anatomy and physiology of the body, an understanding of the principles of health and fitness, how to provide sports massage treatments, and professional practice. Once completed, you will be able to work safely and effectively on dysfunctional tissue in a range of contexts. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

30 w

30/09/2020*

9:30-14:30

Eastb ourne

£2225

7123/010

Spray Tanning (Guild Accredited) This course will teach you how to full-body spray-tan. During the course, you will learn how to prepare clients, apply and maintain the spray tan, as well as how to store all products and equipment. There will be an exam at the end of the course to complete the qualification. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

1 day

17/05/2021

9:00-17:00

Station Plaza

£100

18515-01

Swedish Massage Level 3 Develop your practical skills in the relaxing and stress relieving treatment of body massage. Learn about the anatomy and physiology of the body and the best techniques to perform the massage treatment effectively. You will also have a focus on health and safety in the salon environment, client care and communication. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

32 w 8w

21/09/2020 02/02/2021

13:00-16:30 9:00-17:00

Eastb ourne Station Plaza

£434 £941

7139/010 11472

Nail Treatments The VTCT Level 1 Award in Nail Treatments is a qualification that has been specifically designed to develop your practical skills in how to provide basic manicure and pedicure treatments. Length

Date

10 w

05/01/2021 13/04/2021

Time 17:30-20:30

Campus Eas tb o u r n e

Cost

Code

£434

7118/020 7118/030

Reflexology Level 3 During this VTCT Level 3 Diploma, you will cover the knowledge and understanding of the principles and practice of reflexology, anatomy, physiology and pathology for complementary therapies, as well as develop your understanding and practical skills to competently provide reflexology treatments. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

35 w

21/09/2020

9:00-12:00

Eas tb o u r n e

£tbc

7126/010

Reiki 1 This course covers the history of Reiki (universal energy), how to run and use Reiki for healing. Reiki 1 is mainly for self-healing, but you can use the energy on your pets, plants and home. You can run energy for others but not as a Reiki practitioner. Please bring a pillow and a blanket. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

5w

07/01/2021

18:30-20:30

Eas tb o u r n e

£50

5331/010

HAIRDRESSING Barbering Level 2 This qualification includes the units to prepare you to work effectively as a unisex hairdresser, including client consultation for hair services, cutting men’s hair, cutting facial hair and following health and safety in the salon. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

20 w

21/09/2020

9:30-14:30

Eastb ourne

£435

4595/090

Barbering Level 3 Develop your practical skills to an advanced level through a variety of techniques in the following units: creatively cutting men’s hair and the intricate specialist work of trimming facial hair. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

13 w

10/03/2021

9:30-14:30

Eastb ourne

£435

7113/010

Hairdressing Level 3 Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

34 w

30/09/2020

9:30-15:00

Eastb ourne

£2833

8020/010

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HOSPITALIT Y & C ATERING

Women’s Hairdressing Level 2 (Certificate)

Breads & Baking

The VTCT Level 2 Certificate is designed to support you to gain employment as a junior hairdresser/stylist, as the units contained in this qualification cover all the skills and knowledge required for this role.

Make fabulous handmade olive oil bread, sun-dried tomato rolls, iced finger buns, amaretti biscuits, coffee and chocolate sherry cake, coffee kisses, golden syrup flapjacks and more. Please bring an apron, dishcloth and tea towel to each session.

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

35 w

30/09/2020

9:30-14:30

Eas tb o u r n e

£758

7122/010

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

5w

07/01/2021

18:45-20:45

Eastb ourne

£50

1133/620

Christmas Cooking

B A K I N G , C O O K E RY & H O S P I TA L I T Y A Taste of Italy Join us to learn how to create an Italian feast of feasts. Italian cuisine has always been known for using the freshest seasonal ingredients - newly harvested garlic, olives, tomatoes, basil and its abundance of premiere class wine, the vines that carpet all of its 20 regions. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

2w

26/09/2020* 06/03/2021

9:30-16:30

Statio n Plaz a

£36

20642-01 20642-02

A Trip Around Europe Join us for a trip around Europe and learn how to make chicken and chorizo rice, patatas bravas, cassoulet, moussaka, Hungarian coconut balls, Swedish meatballs, Swedish sticky chocolate Kladdkaka and more. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

5w

25/02/2021

18:45-20:45

Eas tb o u r n e

£50

1133/710

Arabian Nights Discover the wonderful tastes and flavours of Arabic cuisine. With its kaleidoscopic colours and aromatic scents, it’s no wonder that Middle Eastern cookery is in the spotlight. Each week you will create authentic dishes to excite your palate. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

5w

29/09/2020 02/02/2021

18:00-20:00

Statio n Plaz a

£80

20643-01 20643-02

Barista Skills Level 2 Award Acquire knowledge about the full range of products required to successfully demonstrate Barista skills, explore the origin of products and some of the processes the drinks go through, from growing to the final presentation of finished beverage. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

5w

23/02/2021 27/04/2021 21/10/2020

17:30-20:30

Eas tb o u r n e

£60

4114/070 4114/080 4114/090

Join us for our Christmas cooking masterclass as we show you how wow you guests with delicious dishes. We’ll show you the perfect recipe for panna cotta, shortbread, mince pies, marzipan Eccles tarts, cinnamon rolls, sticky toffee pear pudding, Christmas cake loaf, Christmas brownies, and Bailey’s custard tart with honeycomb. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

5w

05/11/2020

18:45-20:45

Eastb ourne

£50

1133/370

Classic Italian Cooking From Tuscany to Sicily, this course will teach you how to make handmade pasta as well as biscotti, risotto primavera, Tuscan bean soup, focaccia, tiramisu, Torrone Molle, gnocchi and not a pizza in sight. Length

Date

5w 4w

03/11/2020 02/06/2021

Time 19:00-21:00

Campus

Cost

Code

Eastb ourne

£50 £40

3147/180 3147/190

Curry & Spice Part 1 This course is perfect for the curry enthusiast. Each week you will learn how to make a main meal and accompaniments including Green Chicken Curry, Lamb Tagine, Kashmiri Chicken, Samosas, Koftas, Thai Fish Cakes and lots more. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

5w

05/01/2021

19:00-21:00

Eastb ourne

£50

1133/540

Curry & Spice Part 2 Learn how to prepare a selection of curries to excite your taste buds. Create dishes such as Beef Rendang, Pork satay, Paneer in chilli tomato sauce, Thai red prawn curry, Lamb samosas, Singapore chicken and more. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

5w

06/01/2021

19:00-21:00

Eastb ourne

£50

1133/460

Dinner Party Etiquette for Couples This course will teach you everything you need to know about hosting the perfect dinner party. You will learn the correct etiquette, correct table layout, tips and suggestions on classical French cooking, how to choose the perfect wine, and the art of hosting.

Bread Basket

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

This two-day workshop will cover a wide range of yeast and dough products, which will include savoury and sweet buns. You will find out how yeast works and how to use it correctly, while learning a range of different techniques such as mixing, kneading, proving, knocking back and shaping.

6w

06/01/2021

17:00-21:00

Station Plaza

£110

19400

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

2 days

31/10/2020 30/01/2021

9:30-16:30

Statio n Plaz a

£36

20644-01 20644-02

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Everyday Meals Part 1 Learn how to prepare a selection of dishes including Chicken Casserole, Spinach and Bacon Quiche, Shepherd’s Pie, Braised Steak with Onions, Moroccan Lamb and Pork Chops with Apple. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

5w

22/09/2020

19:00-21:00

Eastb ourne

£50

3632/080

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Everyday Meals Part 2

Orient Express

Are you fed up with ready meals? Each week you will cook two main meals, including Lamb Casserole, Chicken Korma, Bolognese, Fish Pie, Salmon in Pastry, Chicken Tagine and Spicy Meatballs.

Take a culinary tour of the Orient. You will prepare and cook a selection of dishes from Thailand, China, Korea, Vietnam and Malaysia. You will also learn how to recognise and use exotic ingredients and understand the flavour combinations and cooking methods used in Oriental cookery.

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

5w

04/11/2020

19:00-21:00

Eas tb o u r n e

£50

3632/060

Fish & Seafood Part 1 This course will teach you tips on what to buy, what to look for and how to prepare fish, crustacea and shellfish. You will then learn how to make dishes including crab linguine, mussel pilaf, sole with leeks and ginger, Sussex smokie and posh fish cakes.

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

5w

04/11/2020

18:30-20:30

Station Plaza

£115

20637-01

Patisserie & Confectionary This course will help you to improve your skills in producing desserts and sweet products. You will learn how to produce biscuits, cakes, sponges and desserts, as well as dough and pastry products.

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

5w

23/02/2021

19:00-21:00

Eas tb o u r n e

£50

1133/400

20 w

07/01/2021

18:30-20:30

Station Plaza

£395

20639

Fish & Seafood Part 2

Some Like it Hot

Make even more of our local bounty! Be more adventurous with what you choose and how you cook it. We will be making a crab tart and fragrant fish stew as well as tackling fish such as hake, gurnard and squid. Plus a session on smoking fish.

Learn how to create a sumptuous Indian Saturday night takeaway to enjoy for your supper. Explore the tastes of India and produce a range of authentic dishes during the day.

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

5w

21/04/2021

19:00-21:00

Eas tb o u r n e

£50

1133/640

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

2w

06/02/2021 03/04/2021

9:30-16:30

Station Plaza

£36

20640-01 20640-02

Focus on Local Fish

Sugar Craft & Cake Decorating

This course is perfect for fish lovers. Learn about the types of seafood, when it is available and the best times of year to eat it. You will also practise skills in preparing, cooking and storing, as well as ways to preserve, marinate, and cure fish.

Join us to learn sugarcraft and cake decorating techniques using sugar paste and Royal icing for cake covering, piping, modelling, making flowers and decorations. By the end of the course, you will be able to decorate a celebration or novelty cake. The first class is demonstration only. Please bring an apron, dish/tea cloth, notebook and pen.

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

3w

11/05/2021

17:00-21:00

Statio n Plaz a

£135

18795-02

Length

Date

8w

22/09/2020 09/03/2021 21/09/2020 10/03/2021

Food Safety in Catering Level 2 Award This course is perfect if you work in the food industry and cook or handle food from chilled, frozen, fresh or raw. It covers all aspects of food safety, including bacteria, physical and chemical contamination, personal hygiene, cleaning, pest and waste control, and compliance with the law. Length

Date

1 day

26/05/2021 23/10/2020 10/02/2021

Time 9:30-16:30

Campus Statio n Plaz a

Cost

Code

£65

14354-01 14354-02 14354-03

Time

18:45-20:45

French Cooking If you’re fed up with fast food, then try some rural French cooking at its best. Learn how to prepare classic cassoulet, chicken with apples and calvados, provençal fish soup, rillettes of duck, onion tart, Pâté de Campagne and more. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

5w

23/09/2020 20/04/2021

19:00-21:00

Eas tb o u r n e

£50

1133/560 1133/630

Italian Cooking You will make fabulous Pea and Pancetta Risotto, ricotta and cherry cheesecake, chicken cacciatore, affogato parfait, lemon and ricotta tart, Venetian rice pudding pots, artichoke and olive calzones and lots more. Good practical help with lots of useful tips. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

5w

22/04/2021

18:45-20:45

Eas tb o u r n e

£50

3147/210

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Campus

Eastb ourne

Cost

Code

£80

0042/010 0042/020 0042/070 0042/600


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MOTOR VEHICLE

MUSIC

MOTOR VEHICLE

Summer Desserts Prepare classic desserts including coffee semifreddo or chocolate tart, poached peaches with zabaglione, lemon tart, choux buns, coconut lime pie, soufflés, mini banoffee pie, pear and chocolate pies and more. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

4w

03/06/2021

18:45-20:45

Eas tb o u r n e

£40

1133/650

Sweet Desserts Prepare classic desserts including coffee semifreddo or chocolate tart, poached peaches with zabaglione, lemon tart, choux buns, coconut lime pie, soufflés, mini banoffee pie, pear and chocolate pies and more. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

5w

24/09/2020

18:45-20:45

Eas tb o u r n e

£50

1133/720

Basic Car Maintenance This course is perfect if you would like to learn more about how to keep your car in a safe working condition. Learn how to check your car’s safety, learn how to change a tyre on the roadside, and be taught a range of basic maintenance techniques. Length

Date

6w 3w

29/09/2020 05/01/2021 04/05/2021 11/11/2020 03/03/2021 28/04/2021

Time

Campus

18:00-21:00 18:00-20:00

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Cost

Code

£60 £30

7110/010 7110/020 7110/030 11506-01 11506-02 11506-03

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Motor Vehicle IMI Paint Full Accreditation Level 3

Start the day at ‘Rock a Nore’ fisheries where you will be guided on the types of fish available and which quality points to look for. Once you have selected your fish, you will make your way to the Classroom on the Coast and learn how to prepare, cook and finish your fish along with suitable sauces and accompaniments.

This is an assessment only based course. It is for Senior Painters at body repair centres normally over seen by BSI 10125

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

1 day

09/01/2021

9:30-16:30

Statio n Plaz a

£36

20638-01

The Craft of Un-Cooking Learn the history of fermentation, the science behind the process, and the modern-day considerations to diet, health and social and ethical cooking. You will also have a go at creating your own Sauerkraut, Miso, Kimchi, and Sourdoughs. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

5w

22/09/2020

17:00-21:00

Statio n Plaz a

£110

19402

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

1 day

tbc

tbc

Eastb ourne

£960

6492/020

Motor Vehicle IMI Paint Reaccreditation Level 3 This is an assessment only based course. It is for Senior Painters at body repair centres normally over seen by BSI 10125 Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

1 day

tbc

tbc

Eastb ourne

£480

6492/010

MUSIC Introduction to Music Production

The Dinner Party Is cooking for dinner guests your worst nightmare? Don’t fear because this course will teach you how to plan a menu and gain experience in creating dishes for a three-course dinner party. You will also be shown tips on presentation to give your dishes a professional touch. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

5w

23/02/2021

18:30-20:30

Statio n Plaz a

£80

20641

Join us for this introduction to music production where you will become familiar with music software and learn how to produce your own tracks. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

8w

04/02/2021

18:00-20:00

Ore Valley

£50

20656

Music: Basic Multi Tracking Join us for this introduction to music recording where you’ll be able to use our recording studio to learn how to record and mix your own tracks. Being able to play an instrument is desirable.

Vegetarian Gourmet Part 1 Learn how to get beautiful flavours into your vegetarian dishes with stuffed butternut squash, leek and tarragon quiche, tagine of sweet potatoes and more. You will get lots of useful ideas, practical tips and inspiration. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

5w

24/02/2021

19:00-21:00

Eas tb o u r n e

£50

0045/240

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

8w

04/02/2021

18:00-21:00

Ore Valley

£100

20654

Music Production Advanced: An Introduction to Studio Work This course will introduce you to the world of music production and Logic Pro X. You will learn how to compose, edit, arrange and produce your own music. The end result will be a track that you can take away with you.

Vegetarian Gourmet Part 2 Prepare delicious vegetarian dishes including twice-baked cheese soufflés, mushroom pancakes, spinach and cheese cannelloni, savoury bread and butter pudding, sweetcorn fritters with avocado salsa. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

4w

01/06/2021

19:00-21:00

Eas tb o u r n e

£40

0045/230

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

12 w

12/01/2021

18:00-20:00

Eastb ourne

£90

7128/020

Music Production Basics: An Introduction to Logic Join us for an introduction to Logic where you will look at basic music creation. You will learn how to input both Audio and MIDI along with loops and other preexisting sounds to make a recording of your choice.

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Cost

Code

12 w

01/10/2020

18:00-20:00

Eastb ourne

£90

7128/010

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27 SP ORT & FITNESS

TEACHING & TRAINING

Music Production Saturday School: Recording Techniques Join us for our Saturday music school where you will learn about microphones, studio recording equipment, software and hardware within a recording studio. Collaborate with others to develop your skills and create a recording using a variety of techniques and instruments. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

10 w

03/10/2020 16/01/2021

10:00-15:00

Eas tb o u r n e

£180

7142/010 7142/020

SP ORT & FITNESS

TEACHING & TRAINING Advanced Practitioners in Schools & Colleges Level 4 (Certificate) This Level 4 qualification will provide you with professional development opportunities within the school and college workforce. You will acquire and use skills of leadership, mentoring, coaching and reflection through work-based learning opportunities. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

25 w

23/09/2020

17:30-20:30

Eastb ourne

£811

7114/010

Assessing Competence in the Work Environment (Units 301/302) Level 3 (Award)

Advanced Personal Training Level 4 (Certificate) Expand your knowledge and qualifications in the field of personal training. Along with effective training techniques, you will learn how to effectively research and evaluate information, integrate and use technology, and maximise digital and social media to support, enhance, and manage the client journey. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

23 w

05/01/2021

17:00-20:00

Statio n Plaz a

£811

11477

For practitioners who assess the demonstration of competence in a work environment using the following assessment methods: observation, examining work products, oral questioning and discussion, use of others (e.g. witnesses), learner statements and Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

various

roll on/off

on demand

Station Plaza

£480

9597

Assessing Vocational Achievement Level 3 (Certificate) Fitness Instructing YMCA Level 2 (Certificate) This course is perfect if you have a keen interest in working in the health and fitness industry or if you’d like to further your knowledge about the body, health, and fitness.

For practitioners who may use all of the listed assessment methods based upon sound assessment principles. You will gain the knowledge and competencies to be able to carry out assessments in simulated environments, skills tests, oral and written questions, assignments, projects, case studies and RPL.

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

11 w

21/09/2020

17:00-20:00

Statio n Plaz a

£434

18014

various

roll on/off

on demand

Station Plaza

£811

9599

Gym Instruction Diploma Level 2 Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

11 w

23/09/2020

9:00-17:00

Le we s

£434

4273/091

Personal Training Level 3 (Certificate) This qualification is designed to add to your existing skills and qualifications in the exercise and fitness industry. You will be able to gain a thorough understanding of the leisure sector while developing effective training techniques and methods. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

26 w

06/01/2021

9:00-17:00

Le we s

£2225

6460/010

Personal Training YMCA Level 3 (Certificate) This course is the perfect progression from the Level 2 Fitness Instructing Qualification giving you in-depth knowledge and understanding of the industry, helping you to become a fully qualified personal trainer. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

20 w

11/01/2021

17:00-20:00

Statio n Plaz a

£1417

18015

Sports Massage Therapy VTCT Level 4 (Certificate) During this course you will learn how to apply massage techniques to prevent and manage an injury, you will improve your knowledge of anatomy and physiology, develop advanced palpation skills, and learn how to critically evaluate massage strategies and methods. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

33 w

01/02/2021

17:00-20:00

Statio n Plaz a

£811

17203

Assessing Vocationally Related Achievement (Units 301/303) Level 3 (Award) For practitioners who assess knowledge and/or skills in vocationally related subject areas who use the following assessment methods: assessments in simulated environments, skills tests, oral and written questions, assignments, projects, case studies and RPL. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

various

roll on/off

on demand

Station Plaza

£480

9598

Assessing Vocationally Related Achievement to latest Awarding Body Recommendation (Unaccredited) This unaccredited qualification is designed to enable you to understand the differences between the new frameworks and standards, structure and delivery of the new suite of TAQA qualifications and also provide a refresher of some of the underpinning knowledge and understanding around the basic principles of assessment to enable you to assess with renewed confidence. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

various

roll on/off

on demand

Station Plaza

£150

30450

Early Years Practitioner Level 2 Diploma This qualification aims to provide you with the knowledge and understanding of babies and young children from birth to 7 years of age, with applied knowledge in the early years of 0-5. The qualification meets DfE Level 2 criteria for a Level 2 Early Years Practitioner in the workforce. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

30 w

24/09/2020

9:30-15:00

Eastb ourne

£1100

1711/010

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Education & Training Level 3 Award During this City & Guilds course, you will be given an introduction to teaching that will provide you with an insight into the roles, responsibilities and relationships in education and training, how to plan and deliver inclusive teaching sessions and how to assess and give constructive feedback. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

14 w

14/01/2021

17:30-20:30

Eas tb o u r n e

£395

5137/050

Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes and Practice Level 4 (Award) (QCF) This course is for qualified assessors who would like to work towards their IQA role. You need to have at least two assessors to be working with. This qualification replaces the V1 qualification. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

various

roll on/off

on demand

Statio n Plaz a

£360

9595

Leading the IQA of Assessment Processes & Practice Top-up Level 4 (Certificate) For practitioners who have the Award at Level 4 (Units 401 & 402) and who lead the internal quality assurance process within a centre/organisation and have a responsibility for managing the quality of the assessment process, practice, and the performance of Assessors. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

various

roll on/off

on demand

Statio n Plaz a

£336

9594-99

Leading the IQA of assessment Processes & Practice Level 4 (Certificate) For practitioners who lead the internal quality assurance process within a centre/organisation and have responsibility for managing the quality of the assessment process, practice, and the performance of Assessors. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

various

roll on/off

on demand

Statio n Plaz a

£811

9594

Understanding the Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes and Practice Level 4 (Award) A knowledge only Award for those who are starting their journey as an Internal Quality Assurance practitioner or for those who need to know about internal quality assurance but who are not carrying out quality assurance themselves. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

various

roll on/off

on demand

Statio n Plaz a

£199

30449

Understanding the Principles & Practices of Assessment Level 3 (Award) A knowledge-only Award for those who are starting their journey as an Assessor, or for those who need to know about assessment practice but who are not currently practicing e.g. a starting point for aspiring Assessors or a professional development qualification for managers, HR or quality assurance personnel. Length

Date

Time

Campus

Cost

Code

various

roll on/off

on demand

Statio n Plaz a

£199

30448

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