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Creative writing (Women’s Library) Want to take your writing skills to the next level? Working with a professional writer, you’ll use the amazing materials and resources at The Women’s Library for inspiration and produce some exciting new creative writing of your own. week 3: Mon 8-Thur 11 Aug (4 days) time: 2pm-5pm venue: The Women’s Library 25 Old Castle Street E1 7NT AC02 / 14-25 years

Let’s Be Brief – advertising and marketing Get experience in advertising! Working in partnership with creative agency twenty%extra™, you’ll meet advertising professionals, work to a brief, create your own marketing campaign and learn all about the different jobs in the industry. week 2: Mon 1-Fri 5 Aug time: 10am-3pm venue: London Metropolitan Uni - Goulston Street 16 Goulston Street E1 7TP AC03 / 16-19 years

Art gallery management – working behind the scenes Expand your mind as you explore contemporary art at Whitechapel Gallery! You’ll work alongside an artist in the Gallery’s stunning rooftop studio and enjoy exclusive access to famous works of art. Priority will be given to applicants living in Tower Hamlets. week 4: Mon 15-Fri 19 Aug time: 10am-4pm venue: Whitechapel Gallery 77–82 Whitechapel High Street E1 7QX AC04 / 16-25 years

Set up a creative business Calling all fashion designers, musicians, writers, filmmakers and general creatives! If you dream of working for yourself doing what you love, come to this 1-day course to turn your vision into a viable business idea. week 1: Tues 26 Jul (1 day) time: 11am-5pm venue: Rich Mix 35–47 Bethnal Green Road E1 6LA

AC05 / 16-25 years

Get into architecture (Architecture 00:/) Fancy becoming an architect? Working with Architecture 00:/ in Shoreditch, this is your chance to learn more about the job. You’ll make your own model buildings and find out how to get into the profession. week 1: Thur 28 Jul (1 day) time: 10am-5pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW AC06 / 16-25 years

Crash course in contemporary art (Iniva) What’s contemporary art all about? On this 1-day course, organised by Iniva (Institute of International Visual Arts), you’ll visit some of the most cuttingedge galleries in East London to learn about what’s happening in the world of art today. week 1: Thur 28 Jul (1 day) time: 10.30am-5pm venue: Iniva Rivington Place, Rivington Street EC2A 3BA AC07 / 16-25 years

Visual merchandising (Timberland Boot Company) Make your own shop window display and transform the look of a store to attract customers! With help from Timberland Boot Company, working alongside their Visual Merchandisers and other professionals, you’ll create a display for their flagship store near Spitalfields. How cool is that? week 2: Thur 4 Aug (1 day) time: 10am-4.30pm venue: Timberland Boot Company 1 Fournier Street E1 6QE


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Comic book design Love comics? Then why not have a go at making your own? You’ll create your own storyboard and even import images on comic software. By the end of the course, you’ll have your very own mini comic! week 1: Mon 25-Fri 29 Jul time: 10am-3pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW AA02 / 11-13 years

Create your own mosaic Learn how to make beautiful mosaics with help from a professional artist! On this practical course, you’ll design and create your own vibrant mosaics, then show them off at the end-of-week showcase. week 1: Mon 25-Fri 29 Jul time: 10am-3pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW AA03 / 14-25 years

Experimental painting on canvas for beginners Unleash your potential on canvas! This course will give beginners and more experienced artists the chance to learn new techniques and have a go at drawing and painting on canvas. week 4: Mon 15-Fri 19 Aug time: 10am-3pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW AA04 / 14-25 years

Spray paint graffiti – Urban art Don’t miss this rare chance to spray paint to your heart’s content! On this graffiti course you’ll be able to learn more about the art and create a collaborative mural. All levels of experience welcome. week 2: Mon 1-Fri 5 Aug time: 10am-3pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW

AA05 / 15-19 years

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Contemporary sculpture Not only do you get to create some amazing sculptures on this course, but you’ll also visit a gallery for inspiration, learn about related careers and exhibit your finished work in East London’s Nunnery Gallery! week 3: Mon 8-Fri 12 Aug time: 10.30am-3.30pm venue: Bow Arts Trust 183 Bow Road E3 2SJ AA06 / 14-25 years

Drawing for architecture and interior design On this hands-on course for aspiring interior designers, architects and fine artists, you’ll draw exteriors and interiors of buildings and rooms, and learn how the professionals illustrate perspective, different materials and colour. week 3: Mon 8-Fri 12 Aug time: 10am-1pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW AA07 / 14-25 years

Oil painting for beginners Palettes at the ready! Learn how to get the best out of oil paints in this creative course. You’ll be taught by an expert and will enjoy a week of painting to your heart’s content. week 1: Mon 25-Fri 29 Jul time: 10am-3pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW


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Creative textiles

Making clothes from scratch: Learn how to make your own clothes!

Experiment with amazing textile techniques! On this course you get to make your very own bag using fabric paint, appliqué, embroidery sequins and beading. week 1: Mon 25-Fri 29 Jul time: 10am-1pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW AF03 / 15-19 years

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Summer Fashion and Textiles Academy in association with Burberry Foundation Create a catwalk collection from scratch with ‘A’ Team Arts and leading designers from the iconic global luxury brand Burberry. During this 4–week fashion training programme, you’ll gain insight into the fashion and textiles industry, learn tons of practical skills, create a portfolio and gain an Arts Award accreditation! Working to a design brief, you’ll learn how to research, design, print, cut and sew your own original garments, which will be modelled at the end-of-week showcase and other amazing shows. This is a fantastic opportunity if you’re considering further study in fashion or textiles. Participants will be selected following an informal interview, with priority to those living or studying in Tower Hamlets. weeks 1-4: Mon 25 Jul-Fri 19 Aug time: 10am-4pm venue: Brady Arts Centre 192–196 Hanbury Street E1 5HU AF04 / 14-25 years

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Learn pattern cutting, hemming and sewing on this course and make your very own bag, blouse, skirt, cushion cover or salwar kameez! week 4: Mon 15-Fri 19 Aug time: 10am-4pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW AF06 / 14-25 years

Jewellery making What’s in a bead? Not only do you get to make amazing one-off pieces of jewellery to take home with you on this course, but you also get to make your own beads with a professional jewellery designer! week 3: Mon 8-Fri 12 Aug time: 10am-4pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW AF07 / 14–25 years

Embroidery - quilts, cushions and towels Learn the art of embroidery and make the ordinary extraordinary! On this course you’ll learn different stitches using different colours and make something special to take home with you. week 3: Mon 8-Fri 12 Aug time: 10am-4pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW AF08 / 14-25 years

Textile effects - Marbling on fabric Make some weird and wonderful art on this marbling course! This is an introduction to this ancient technique where you can learn all about it and have a go yourself. week 4: Tues 16-Wed 17 Aug (2 days) time: 10am-3pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW AF09 / 14-25 years

Millinery - Make your own fascinator headdress On this one-day workshop you’ll design and make a fascinator head piece. Using fun materials, including colourful feathers, you’ll put together your very own ready-to-wear exotic creation! week 2: Wed 3 Aug (1 day) time: 10am-4pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW


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Working in the City (The Brokerage)

Want to make it in the world of business and online journalism? You’ll be given your own budget to produce an online campaign in just five days. Can you do it? Will you be named The Junior Apprentice? You’re HIRED! week 4: Mon 15-Fri 19 Aug time: 10am-1pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW BB02 / 14-16 years

Get on to an apprenticeship scheme with HSBC This is a unique opportunity to find out what it’s like to work at HSBC. You’ll meet trainees and current apprentices, find out about the company’s new apprenticeship scheme and even get the chance to improve your CV writing and interview skills! week 3: Tues 9 Aug (1 day) time: 9:45am–4pm venue: HSBC 8 Canada Square E14 5HQ BB03 / 14-18 years

Enter the den – your money, your enterprise How important is money? What would do if you were given £100, or even £1,000? Could you come up with a great money-making idea? This course will encourage you to reflect on your personal financial habits and explore ways to save money before you create, develop and present your own enterprise idea to a mock panel! week 1: Mon 25–Fri 29 Jul time: 10am-4pm venue: London Metropolitan Uni - Goulston Street 16 Goulston Street E1 7TP

Find out what it takes to work in the City! You’ll visit a number of investment banks and law and accountancy firms around Bank and Liverpool Street and take part in activities, including a trading game and mock interview practice. week 3: Mon 8-Tues 9 Aug (2 days) time: 10am-4pm venue: The Brokerage Citylink 65 London Wall EC2M 5TU BB05 / 16-21 years

Taster in law (Clifford Chance LLP) Clifford Chance is one of the biggest law firms in the world. On this 1-day taster, you’ll find out about the legal profession, hear from top lawyers and be given a tour of the Clifford Chance offices in Docklands. week 3: Wed 10 Aug (1 day) time: 9.45am–3pm venue: Clifford Chance LLP 10 Upper Bank St E14 5JJ BB06 / 16-25 years

Careers in the railway industry (National Express) Ever thought about working for a rail company? On this course you’ll meet department heads, attend a session at a control and signal box, find out about train engineering and maintenance and explore the National Express mainline service to Norwich. You’ll also visit Stansted Airport and explore its relationship with BAA, drive a train simulator and find out about job opportunities in the industry! week 1: Mon 25-Fri 29 Jul time: 10am-4pm venue: National Express Liverpool Street Station Bishopsgate EC2M 7PY


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Investment banking (Barclays Capital) Join Barclays Capital, one of the City’s biggest financial institutions, for a week of trading! Shadow real traders and find out how millions are made and lost at the touch of a button. There are two Investment Banking courses running this summer choose the week that suits you: BB07 / 16-25 years week 2: Mon 1-Fri 5 Aug time: 9:45am-12pm venue: Barclays Capital 10 South Colonnade E14 4PU BB08 / 16–25 years week 3: Mon 8-Fri 12 Aug time: 9:45am-12pm venue: Barclays Capital 10 South Colonnade E14 4PU BB09 / 16-25 years

Insight into an international law firm (Allen & Overy LLP) This 1-day course will provide you with insight into an international legal practice. You’ll get the opportunity to meet and listen to associates and trainees throughout the company to help you decide if becoming a lawyer is for you. week 2: Wed 3 Aug (1 day) time: 9:45am-4pm venue: Allen & Overy LLP One Bishops Square E1 6AD BB10 / 16-25 years

Private wealth management (Morgan Stanley) Morgan Stanley deals with billions of pounds of other people’s money every day. On this 2-day course you’ll gain an understanding of their work, enjoy a tour of their London office and get the chance to network with employees. week 1: Wed 27-Thur 28 Jul (2 days) time: 9:30am-3:30pm venue: Morgan Stanley 25 Cabot Square E14 4QA

How to be the ideal applicant (hosted by Credit Suisse) On this 3-day course with leading financial services provider Credit Suisse, you’ll get an insight into the business, plus vital career tips, a guided tour of their offices, a mock interview workshop and a Q&A with current employees. week 4: Tues 16-Thur 18 Aug (3 days) time: 2pm-4:30pm venue: Credit Suisse One Cabot Square E14 4QJ BB12 / 16–25 years

Introduction to global markets (Nomura) Nomura is a leading financial services group and a global investment bank. This course will give you an introduction to the world of global markets and you’ll even have your CV reviewed by an employee! week 2: Wed 3 Aug (1 day) time: 9:45am–3:30pm venue: Nomura One Angel Lane EC4R 3AB BB13 / 16-25 years

The world of a management consultancy (PA Consulting) PA Consulting Group is a global management and IT consulting and technology firm which boosts the performance of major organisations. On this 1-day course, you’ll find out more about the company and learn about employment routes into the sector. week 4: Wed 17 Aug (1 day) time: 9:45am-4pm venue: PA Consulting 123 Buckingham Palace Road SW1W 9SR

BB14 / 16-25 years

BB16 / 16-25 years

Actuaries (Hymans Robertson)

The HSBC marketing academy (HSBC)

Actuaries. Boring? Certainly not! Join Hymans Robertson to find out more about the exciting and demanding world of Consulting Actuaries. Learn more about actuarial and investment consultancy, financial and risk management, benefit strategy and design, communication and employee engagement. In addition, you’ll have an opportunity to develop and practise your networking skills and also think about your ‘personal’ brand, becoming even more employable in the current economic climate. week 3: Thur 11-Fri 12 Aug (2 days) time: 9:45am-4:30pm venue: Hymans Robertson One London Wall EC2Y 5EA BB15 / 16-25 years

Global transaction banking (Deutsche Bank) Experience a day with the Direct Securities Services (DSS) team within Deutsche Bank’s Global Transaction Bank division. Within 28 markets globally, they are a leading custody service provider dealing with assets under custody and transactions. You’ll learn about the markets, plus trading life cycles and clearing. week 1: Wed 27 Jul (1 day) time: 9:45am-4pm venue: Deutsche Bank 23 Great Winchester Street EC2N 2JA

HSBC is a company that understands the value of marketing and is passionate about its brand. This course is designed to help you develop your own marketing skills, as well as providing an introduction to HSBC. Key topics include segmentation, branding and product development (such as the development of a credit card or a new bank account). You’ll also be given the opportunity to explore different departments and meet staff and graduates. week 3: Thur 11-Fri 12 Aug (2 days) time: 9:45am-4pm venue: HSBC 8 Canada Square E14 5HQ BB17 / 16-25 years

Insight into Public Relations (FWD Public Relations) Spend a day with City PR firm FWD and learn how public relations works. You’ll be taught how to write a press release and what ‘makes news’, and you’ll get to grips with the worlds of print and online publishing. The course will also include an insight into financial PR, FWD’s specialist area. week 3: Thur 11 Aug (1 day) time: 10am-4pm venue: FWD PR 7th Floor, 145 Leadenhall Street EC3V 7QT


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BC04 / 16-25 years

Introduction to medicine and physiological sciences (delivered by Oxford University)

Certificate in mentoring (Level 2)

Delivered by a lecturer and students from Oxford University, this is a great introduction to the field of medical science. You’ll look at career routes and get a real feel of what it’s like to study the subject at university. week 3: Tues 9 Aug (1 day) time: 10am-5pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW

This course will give you the opportunity to become a fully qualified mentor. You’ll gain lifelong skills that will help you to deal with all sorts of relationships throughout your life. Imagine when you’re a Manager in a big company - mentoring skills will help you to get the best from your team! This course is fully certified and accredited by the NCFE. week 1: Mon 25-Fri 29 Jul time: 10am-4pm venue: London Metropolitan Uni - Goulston Street 16 Goulston Street E1 7TP

BC05 / 16-25 years

BC02 / 14-25 years

Public speaking and presentation Masterclass A fun and interactive workshop that will teach you how to speak and deliver presentations with confidence. This 1-day course will really help you to express yourself with ease in all kinds of situations, even in those dreaded interviews! week 4: Tues 16 Aug (1 day) time: 10am-4:30pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW BC03 / 16-24 years

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PACE (youth work training) This exciting accredited course is a great introduction to youth work. You’ll explore the different aspects of the role through debate, drama, role play, discussions, games and sharing experiences. week 1: Mon 25-Fri 29 Jul time: 10am–1:30pm (Fri 29 Jul: 9.30am-5.30pm) venue: London Metropolitan Uni - Goulston Street 16 Goulston Street E1 7TP

Journalism (Nang! magazine) Love magazines? If you’ve got a passion for journalism or photography, sign up to be part of the Nang! editorial team! You’ll brainstorm ideas, write articles and see your work printed in the awardwinning Nang! magazine. You can even stay on after the summer to build your portfolio. See page 66 to find out more. week 1-4: Tue 26 Jul-Thu 18 Aug (4 weeks: Tues, Wed, Thu) time: 10am-3pm venue: London Metropolitan Uni - Central House 59-63 Whitechapel High Street E1 7PF BC06 / 16-25 years

Get into teaching seminar Teaching is an increasingly popular choice of career for a wide range of talented people. A rewarding profession in more ways than one, it offers fantastic career prospects and development opportunities, as well as competitive financial benefits. Join this seminar and listen to a panel of teachers, trainee teachers and representatives from different organisations and institutions talk about the job. week 2: Thur 4 Aug (1 day) time: 6-8pm (evening) venue: Futureversity Tower Hamlets offices Ground Floor, 24-26 Fournier Street E1 6QE


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Telephone techniques Whether you need it for your future career or for personal use, this accredited course will teach you how to communicate effectively on the phone, using it as a sales tool and dealing with difficult customers. A fantastic addition to your CV! week 3: Mon 8-Wed 10 Aug (3 days) time: 10am-4pm venue: Idea Store Chrisp Street 1 Vesey Path E14 6BT BT02 / 14-25 years

accredited

Tourism and customer care This course will give you a feel for work in tourism, covering customer care and presentation. You’ll also get to visit some tourist attractions and earn yourself an English Tourist Board accreditation! week 2: Mon 1-Fri 5 Aug time: 10am-4pm venue: London Metropolitan Uni - Goulston Street 16 Goulston Street E1 7TP BT03 / 14–25 years

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Welcome to East London

Host to the 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Games This unique course will help you to appreciate the history and heritage of the five ‘host boroughs’ of the 2012 Olympics in East London. Accredited by the English Tourist Board, you’ll research the area and identify major tourist attractions, facilities and transport links and learn all about what the area has to offer visitors. week 3: Thur 11-Fri 12 Aug (2 days) time: 10am-4pm venue: Idea Store Chrisp Street 1 Vesey Path E14 6BT


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Animation and cartoons

Build Your Own Web App In partnership with Rich Mix and Seatwave

Love cartoons? Well, now you can make your own! Using your favourite cartoons for inspiration, you’ll storyboard your idea and use Photoshop, stopframe and Flash software to create your very own short animation! week 1: Mon 25-Fri 29 Jul time: 10am-1pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW DM02 / 13-18 years

Build Your Own Smart Phone App In partnership with Rich Mix and Seatwave Build your own app! On this course you’ll learn from experts and will have your very own app installed on your mobile by the end of the course to take home and develop. Participants must have basic coding experience. week 1: Mon 25-Fri 29 Jul time: 11am-5pm venue: Rich Mix 25-27 Bethnal Green Road E1 6LA DM03 / 13-18 years

Build Your Own Facebook App In partnership with Rich Mix and Seatwave On this course, experts in the tech industry will teach you how to write code to build Facebook apps. By the end of the week, you’ll have published your very own app! Participants must have basic coding experience in order to complete this course. week 2: Mon 1-Fri 5 Aug time: 11am-5pm venue: Rich Mix 25-27 Bethnal Green Road E1 6LA

Learn coding and basic computer programming to build web applications! You’ll be taught by top tech professionals and will leave with a web app of your own that you can develop. Participants must have basic coding experience. week 3: Mon 8-Fri 12 Aug time: 11am-5pm venue: Rich Mix 25-27 Bethnal Green Road E1 6LA DM05 / 14-18 years

Radio journalism On this extraordinary course, you’ll be part of a team of radio reporters at the brilliant Underage Festival! You’ll be interviewing bands and audience members, then creating a show in the studio which will be streamed as a podcast. weeks 2-3: Thur 4-Wed 10 Aug (5 days) time: 10am-4pm (Festival Day: Fri 5 Aug 11am–6pm) venue: Brady Arts Centre 192–196 Hanbury Street E1 5HU DM06 / 14-25 years

Graphic design This is a great introduction to graphic design. You’ll create flyers and posters using Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop, format images and text, create layouts and prepare artwork for print. Suitable for beginners. week 4: Mon 15-Fri 19 Aug time: 10am-3pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW


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DM08 / 16-25 years

Stop-frame animation

Wall:mation

Make an animation in just one week! You’ll create characters, stories and a soundtrack, then use light-boxes and the latest software to bring your ideas to animation life. week 2: Mon 1-Fri 5 Aug time: 10am-1pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW

DM09 / 14-19 years

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Radio Crash Course at Rinse FM Do you want insider knowledge on what it takes to create a show for Rinse FM? You’ll work with the experts to learn about music programming, presenting and interviewing techniques and then plan, record, promote and broadcast your very own show on www.rinse.fm! week 1: Mon 25-Fri 29 Jul time: 11am-1pm (Friday 8.30-11am) venue: Rinse FM 91 Brick Lane E1 6QL DM10 / 14-19 years

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Create your own large scale stop-frame animation in the style of BLU BLU. Learning from a professional, you’ll develop your drawing, photography, video editing and sound mixing skills to create wall art with a wow factor! week 2: Mon 1-Thur 4 Aug (4 days) time: 11am-4pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW DM11 / 14-19 years

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Radio Next Level at Rinse FM Are you ready to build on your basic skills in radio and further your technical ability with leading Rinse broadcasters? By the end of this course you will have produced your own pilot radio show at the Rinse studios. week 3: Mon 8-Fri 12 Aug time: 11am-1pm (Friday 8.30-11am) venue: Rinse FM 91 Brick Lane E1 6QL

DM12 / 14-19 years

accredited

Production Crash Course at Rinse FM

Production Next Level at Rinse FM

Get expert advice on how to make a basic track and start a remix. Working alongside leading Rinse producers you’ll learn the basics in Logic and finish the week hearing your track played on leading London radio station, Rinse FM! week 1: Mon 25-Fri 29 Jul time: 2-5pm venue: Rinse FM 91 Brick Lane E1 6QL

Advance your basic Logic understanding with expert Rinse producers! Want to learn more about working with effects, sampling, EQ and mastering? Then this course is for you! At the end of the week you even get to submit your track to be considered for Rinse FM rotation! week 3: Mon 8-Fri 12 Aug time: 2-5pm venue: Rinse FM 91 Brick Lane E1 6QL


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DF05 / 14-25 years

Documentary filmmaking

Be a newsroom journalist

Make a documentary about something you care about! On this course, you’ll set up shoots and film a documentary. You’ll also learn about careers in the industry. week 3: Mon 8-Fri 12 Aug time: 10am-1pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW DF02 / 11-15 years

Try out the different roles in a newsroom! You’ll be a video, radio and online journalist, plus editor, camera operator and researcher. You’ll also meet industry professionals and continue to hone your skills after the course on the Latimer Film Alumni project. week 4: Mon 15-Fri 19 Aug time: 10am-5pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW DF06 / 16-25 years

Intro to green screen Used by professional photographers and TV studios, a green screen is the key to creating amazing backdrops on your digital photos and video. This course will teach you why it’s so effective and how to make your own. week 2: Tues 2-Thur 4 Aug (3 days) time: 2-4:30pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW DF03 / 14-25 years

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Intro to filmmaking Make a short film in a week with professional filmmakers from Chocolate Films! Learn how to storyboard, develop your script and use cameras, lighting and editing software to make your very own finished film. week 2: Mon 1-Fri 5 Aug time: 11am-5pm venue: Rich Mix 35–47 Bethnal Green Road E1 6LA DF04 / 14-25 years

TV format factory Bored of the same old stuff on TV and think you can do better? On this course, you’ll develop and pitch your own TV ideas with help from an experienced TV producer – then film and produce a pilot episode! week 2: Mon 1-Fri 5 Aug time: 10am-4pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW

How to get into TV seminar Want to work in TV? Don’t miss this evening seminar with professionals from the industry. They’ll give you a low-down on the different jobs you can do and how to get them, and answer questions on how to succeed in this competitive field. week 3: Wed 10 Aug (1 evening) time: 6pm-8pm venue: Futureversity Tower Hamlets offices Ground Floor, 24-26 Fournier Street E1 6QE DF07 / 16-25 years

Intro to broadcast journalism Hosted by the BBC, this is a fantastic introduction to journalism with a world renowned news provider! You’ll work in teams to find your own stories and visit BBC London radio and TV studios to watch as programmes are broadcast. week 2: Thur 4-Fri 5 Aug (2 days) time: 10am-7pm venue: Rich Mix 35–47 Bethnal Green Road E1 6LA

DP01 / 11-15 years

accredited

Creative photography

Photoshop and digital photography

On this course you’ll discover how to take photos and manipulate them, then put together an exhibition of your best work to be shown at The Nunnery Gallery at Bow Arts Trust. You can also work towards an Arts Award. week 3: Mon 8-Fri 12 Aug time: 10.30am-3.30pm venue: Bow Arts Trust 183 Bow Road E3 2SJ DP02 / 11-15 years

Photo journalism Find out how to investigate and report on an issue of your choice through photography! You’ll visit an exhibition, learn from a professional photographer and create a final report. week 1: Mon 25-Fri 29 Jul time: 10am-1pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW DP03 / 14-25 years

DP04 / 14-25 years

accredited

Intro to digital photography Get to grips with the basics of digital photography and editing using top quality digital SLR cameras. Learn about f-stops, focus and framing the perfect shot and discover how to make the best of your images using Photoshop. week 2: Mon 1-Fri 5 Aug time: 10am-3pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW

Manipulate photos using Photoshop! You’ll take photos out on location then edit them with a professional. Your finished photos will be displayed at View Tube on the Olympics site for the general public to see! Cameras provided, but bring your own if you have one. week 4: Mon 15-Fri 19 Aug time: 10am-3pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW DP05 / 16-25 years

Photomonth – Street Life Want to learn street photography skills? On this course, you’ll visit exhibitions for inspiration then take to the streets with a camera. Your final pieces will be displayed in an exhibition as part of Photomonth. week 1: Mon 25-Fri 29 Jul time: 10am-3pm venue: London Metropolitan Uni - Central House 59-63 Whitechapel High Street E1 7PF DP06 / 16-25 years

Photomonth – Portraiture Learn how to take stunning portraits! You’ll set up your own photo booth on Brick Lane and photograph friends and strangers alike. Your final pieces will be displayed in an exhibition as part of Photomonth. week 2: Mon 1-Fri 5 Aug time: 10am-3pm venue: London Metropolitan Uni - Central House 59-63 Whitechapel High Street E1 7PF


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Singing to perform (vocal coaching) Sing to your heart’s content on this feel-good course! You’ll learn great songs, polish your style and wow an audience at the end of the week. week 1: Mon 25-Fri 29 Jul time: 10am–1pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW

MM02 / 11-16 years

Get your folk on Inspired by Laura Marling? Spend a week making folk music with other young people in a Folk Big Band! You’ll explore improvisation and get the chance to try your hand at folky instruments, including the banjo! Absolute beginners to advanced musicians and players of any instrument all welcome. week 3: Mon 8-Fri 12 Aug time: 10.30am-4pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW MM03 / 14-19 years

Band in a week Calling all singers and musicians! On this course you’ll form a new band with other young people, write and record a song together and perform it at the end-of-week showcase - all with guidance from professionals. week 4: Mon 15-Fri 19 Aug time: 10am-4pm venue: Brady Arts Centre 192–196 Hanbury Street E1 5HU

MM04 / 14-19 years

Studio on stage Are you a band that wants to create backing tracks, live samples and incorporate music tech into your live performance? Or a producer who wants live instruments in your music? Well, this course will show you how as you create your own tracks and share your ideas with producers and musicians alike! week 4: Mon 15-Fri 19 Aug time: 10am-5pm venue: Brady Arts Centre 192–196 Hanbury Street E1 5HU MM05 / 14-25 years

Beats from the streets On this cool course, you’ll record sounds from the streets of London, create your own beats and then arrange them into complete tracks using Logic Pro 8 software. Your tunes will be downloadable and you’ll get your own copy on CD! week 1: Mon 25-Fri 29 Jul time: 10am-4pm venue: Brady Arts Centre 192–196 Hanbury Street E1 5HU MM06 / 14-25 years

Get into the music industry This course will provide you with the essential skills and knowledge you need to get started in the music industry. It focuses on networking, marketing and PR, events promotion and music management and features guest speakers from the industry. week 3: Tues 9-Thur 11 Aug (3 days) time: 10.30am-1.30pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW


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MM10 / 14-25 years

Gospel singing

Rhyme and Grime

Want to sing your heart out this summer? On this uplifting course you’ll learn modern and gospel songs, sing harmonies, have fun and find out how to get the most from your voice. All levels welcome! week 4: Mon 15-Fri 19 Aug time: 10am-3pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW MM08 / 14-25 years

MM11 / 14-25 years

Learn to play guitar

Secrets of Songwriting

Why settle for air guitar when you could play a real one? This is a great introduction to learning the guitar and a fantastic opportunity to see if it’s for you or not - before you go out and buy one! week 3: Tues 9-Thurs 11 Aug (3 days) time: 1pm-3pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW

MM09 / 14–25 years

Calling all budding songwriters! Learn the skills you need to write great tracks. You’ll learn about arrangement, chord patterns and dynamics and the instruments and sounds to choose to make your track stand out from the rest. week 2: Mon 1-Wed 3 Aug (3 days) time: 10am-5pm venue: Brady Arts Centre 192–196 Hanbury Street E1 5HU MM12 / 16-25 years

Learn to play keyboard

Intro to DJing

Get into the groove with the classic instrument! This course will teach you the basics of how to play notes and chords. You’ll experiment with all the different sounds and learn how to make the most of them. week 3: Mon 8-Fri 12 Aug time: 10am-12pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW

Learn about the art of DJing with professional DJ Paddy Freeform! On this course you’ll learn how to mix and blend tracks, count beats and bars and perform to a crowd. week 3: Mon 8-Wed 10 Aug (3 days) time: 11am-5pm venue: Rich Mix 35–47 Bethnal Green Road E1 6LA

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Create and record your own Grime CD! On this course you’ll work in the studio and learn about lyric writing, beat making, music production, engineering and even marketing and distribution. week 2: Mon 1-Fri 5 Aug time: 10am-3pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW


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Dance MD01 / 11-15 years

MD05 / 14-25 years

Join a street dance crew

Ballet and contemporary dance

On this beginner’s course you’ll learn the techniques of urban dance, including hip-hop and breaking and locking, leading to an end-of-week ‘street dance crew’ performance! week 3: Mon 8-Fri 12 Aug time: 1.30-4pm venue: Central Foundation School Harley Grove E3 2AT MD02 / 11-15 years

MD06 / 14-25 years

Zumbaba This energetic course will fuse dance forms such as African, salsa, latin, street, hip hop and reggaeton. Learn how to choreograph and boost your metabolism too! week 4: Mon 15-Fri 19 Aug time: 10am-12pm venue: Central Foundation School Harley Grove E3 2AT MD03 / 13-19 years

Channel your inner Black Swan and learn the art of ballet and contemporary dance. This is for both guys and girls and is a great opportunity to learn how to demi-plié, arabesque and perform free flowing dance sequences. week 4: Mon 15-Fri 19 Aug time: 2-4pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW

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H.O.T. Bollywood dance Bollywood dance is a mix of Indian and Western dance forms, inspired by the music in the Bollywood film industry. This AQA accredited dance course, delivered by ‘A’ Team Arts’ House of Talent (H.O.T.) programme, fuses Indian classical, folk-bhangra, Latino and hip-hop/funk styles with a touch of pure Bollywood! Priority for this course will be given to those living or studying in Tower Hamlets. week 1: Mon 25-Fri 29 Jul time: 1.30-5pm venue: Brady Arts Centre 192–196 Hanbury Street E1 5HU MD04 / 14-25 years

Latin vibes (salsa, samba and tango) Love the sophistication of the rumba, the rhythm of the tango and the grace of ballroom? On this fun and energetic course, you’ll learn a cool new dance style every day of the week! week 2: Mon 1-Fri 5 Aug time: 11am-1pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW

Glee Club Form your own Glee club and give Will Schuester’s group a run for their money! You’ll be acting, dancing and singing your favourite pop and musical songs and the group will create a final performance for the end-of-week showcase! week 2: Mon 1-Fri 5 Aug time: 2-4pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW MD07 / 14-25 years

Street and hip-hop Impress your friends with street and hip-hop dance moves! Learn routines, improve fitness and selfconfidence, make new friends and have fun! week 1: Mon 25-Fri 29 Jul time: 2-4pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW


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Puppetry theatre Make your own puppetry theatre in this jam-packed 3-day course! Create your own puppet characters and discover how to perform with them. week 4: Wed 17-Fri 19 Aug (3 days) time: 10am-3pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW MT02 / 11–15 years

Audition and drama skills Want to brush up on your singing, acting and dance skills and prepare yourself for auditions? This course, run by professional actors, will teach you how to get the roles you want and you’ll even have a mock audition at the end! week 3: Mon 8-Fri 12 Aug time: 1-4pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW MT03 / 11-15 years

Puppetry play: Make a play in a week This course is for young people with physical and sensory disabilities. Ever fancied creating a puppet show? Well, now you can! Working with theatre professionals, you’ll devise a play for puppets and then perform it at the end of the week. Access and transport needs will be discussed with you before the course starts. week 1: Mon 25-Fri 29 July time: 10.30am-4pm (10.30am-5pm on Friday) venue: Half Moon Young People’s Theatre 43 White Horse Road E1 0ND MT04 / 16-25 years

Making movement: Make a play in a week This course is for young people with physical and sensory disabilities. With theatre professionals you’ll devise, design, rehearse and perform a brand new play! Access and transport needs will be discussed with you before the course starts. week 2: Mon 1-Fri 5 Aug time: 10.30am-4pm (10.30am-5pm on Friday) venue:  Half Moon Young People’s Theatre 43 White Horse Road E1 0ND

MT05 / 16-25 years

Get into drama Love acting? On this course you’ll learn about improvisation, creating characters, working with scripts and devising new work. Then you’ll show off what you’ve learned to an audience and even find out about jobs in the industry. week 2: Mon 1-Fri 5 Aug time: 10am-3pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW MT06 / 16-25 years

The seat of their pants Performing Arts Academy The Seat of Their Pants is a month-long course, run by Arts Admin and renowned artist Mark Storor, giving you the chance to share your experiences and explore themes of identity, personal histories and collective knowledge. Activities may include storytelling, writing, drawing, painting, physical movement and performance and creating installations. At the end you’ll have the chance to create a performance piece. Due to the intense nature and length of this course, anyone interested will be invited to come to one of two recruitment days. Those selected will be notified after the selection days. Recruitment days: Sat 9 July or Sat 16 July time: 10am-4pm venue: Toynbee Studios 28 Commercial Street, E1 6AB Course will run: week 1-4: Mon 25 July-Fri 19 August (4 weeks) time: 10am-5pm venue: Toynbee Studios 28 Commercial Street, E1 6AB MT07 / 16-25 years

Urban performance poetry On this dynamic course, you’ll work with Anglo-Asian poet, Shane Solanki, to write original material and discover entertaining new ways to perform. week 1: Mon 25, Tues 26 and Fri 29 July (3 days) time: 11am-5pm venue: Rich Mix 35–47 Bethnal Green Road E1 6LA


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SLS03 / 14–25 years

Bath bombs and soap making Make your very own gorgeous-smelling bath products! Using raw ingredients suitable for different skin types, you’ll create your own range of soaps, bath bombs, face masks, lip balm and body scrubs. Mmmm. week 4: Mon 15-Fri 19 Aug time: 10am-4pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW SLS02 / 14-25 years

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Bridal mendhi for beginners Learn the traditional Indian art of decorating your skin with henna. You’ll learn how to mix your own mendhi and create intricate patterns to try out on each other in class! week 2: Mon 1-Fri 5 Aug time: 10am-12.30pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW

girls only

Make-up and beauty therapy Find out about the secrets of beauty therapy on this introductory course. You’ll learn about make-up, skin care, waxing and threading. A great first step to a career in all things beauty! week 1: Mon 25-Fri 29 Jul time: 1:30-4pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW

SLS04 / 14-25 years

girls only

Nail art Love funky nail designs? On this course you’ll find out about the nail profession and have a go at painting nails yourself, trying out some nail art techniques using foil, marbling, dotting, striping, 3D and glitter dust! week 3: Mon 8-Fri 12 Aug time: 1-4pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW


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Driving theory Want to get your wheels on the road? Improve your understanding of safe driving and sign up to take your driving theory test at the end of the week! Participants must have a provisional licence at the time of applying for this course. week 1: Mon 25-Fri 29 Jul time: 10am-3pm venue: Account3 3 Birkbeck Street E2 6JY accredited

First aid at work (full HSE) Accidents can happen at any time and people can be taken ill anywhere. This accredited first aid course will give you the confidence and knowledge to deal with all kinds of emergencies. There will be three First Aid courses running this summer choose the week and venue that suits you. SLS06 / 16-25 years week 1: Mon 25-Wed 27 Jul (3 days) time: 10am-4pm venue: London Metropolitan Uni - Goulston Street 16 Goulston Street E1 7TP SLS07 / 16-25 years week 2: Wed 3-Fri 5 Aug (3 days) time: 10am-4pm venue: London Metropolitan Uni - Goulston Street 16 Goulston Street E1 7TP SLS08 / 16-25 years week 3: Tues 9-Thur 11 Aug (3 days) time: 10am-4pm venue: Idea Store Chrisp Street 1 Vesey Path E14 6BT

SLS09 / 16-25 years

Networking and influencing to make your ideas happen! This great course, for anyone interested in politics, community work, research or community activism, will teach you about implementing ideas at community level. Obama’s political vision emerged when he worked as a community organiser and so can yours! The course will focus on developing the necessary communication and networking skills to make projects work or to implement your own ideas. week 4: Tues 16 Aug (1 day) time: 10am-4:30pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College (BGTC) Gosset Street E2 6NW SLS10 / 16-25 years

Critical interview skills Get that job! On this course you’ll be trained in how to handle job interviews. You’ll learn about responding well to questions and asking good ones of your own too. A great course to build your confidence and get ready for the world of work! week 2: Tues 2 Aug (1 day) time: 10am-4:30pm venue: London Metropolitan Uni - Goulston Street 16 Goulston Street E1 7TP


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Indian cookery Want to learn how to cook a mouth-watering curry? On this course you’ll make friends and have fun whilst you cook up some great dishes and learn all about the spicy ingredients that make Indian food so divine! week 1: Mon 25-Fri 29 Jul time: 10am-12.30pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW SLC03 / 14–25 years

International cookery Give Gordon Ramsay a run for his money! Learn about nutrition, hygiene and Health & Safety in the kitchen whilst cooking up delicious recipes from around the world. The perfect course to impress your friends and family! week 2: Mon 1-Fri 5 Aug time: 10am-12.30pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW SLC04 / 14-25 years

Cake making and decoration Get hands-on training in cake making, baking and decorating. You’ll bake delicious traditional cakes and learn modern and impressive cake decorating techniques, including sugar ice sculpting. week 3: Mon 8-Fri 12 Aug time: 1.30pm-4pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW SLC05 / 14-25 years

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SLC06 / 14-25 years

Curry heaven You can’t go wrong with a curry. From simple pakoras to the classic chicken korma, this fun and friendly cookery course will teach you how to make all kinds of curries to recreate at home. week 1: Mon 25-Fri 29 Jul time: 1.30pm-4pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW SLC07 / 14-25 years

Thai cookery Love Thai food? This course is all about sharing your expertise, enthusiasm and passion as you experiment with the flavours and ingredients that make Thai food taste so good. All levels of experience welcome. week 4: Mon 15-Fri 19 Aug time: 10am-12.30pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW SLC08 / 14-25 years

Thai fruit carving Wow your friends and family by learning the beautiful Thai tradition of fruit and vegetable carving! Let your creativity loose on a watermelon and make elegant and imaginative pieces of art. week 4: Mon 15-Fri 19 Aug time: 1.30pm-4pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW accredited

CIEH Level 2 food hygiene Certified by the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH), this short training course addresses the food safety and hygiene needs of the catering, manufacturing and retail sectors. There is a multiple choice exam at the end of the course. There are two food hygiene courses running this summer, so choose the one that suits you: SLC09 / 16-25 years week 1: Mon 25 Jul (1 day) time: 10am-4.30pm venue: London Metropolitan Uni - Goulston Street 16 Goulston Street E1 7TP SLC10 / 16-25 years week 4: Wed 17 Aug (1 day) time: 10am-4.30pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW


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Intro to Arabic language Learn the Arabic language, which dates back to the Sixth century! This course is for beginners or for those with a little knowledge of the language and focuses on the alphabet, writing, listening and reading. week 1: Mon 25-Fri 29 Jul time: 10am-1pm venue: London Metropolitan Uni - Goulston Street 16 Goulston Street E1 7TP SLE03 / 14-25 years

Intro to Chinese language (Mandarin) China is the third largest country in the world and is set to become the biggest economy in the future, so what better time to start learning the language? You’ll learn the basics of Mandarin and lots about the culture too. week 4: Mon 15-Fri 19 Aug time: 2pm-5pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW SLE04 / 14-25 years

Intro to Japanese language and culture Konnichiha! Learn how to communicate in Japanese! On this course, you’ll deepen your understanding of Japanese culture and learn basic vocabulary, everyday sentences and even how to read and write Japanese characters. week 1: Mon 25-Fri 29 Jul time: 1.30pm-4pm venue: London Metropolitan Uni - Goulston Street 16 Goulston Street E1 7TP SLE05 / 14-25 years

Intro to Spanish language SLE01 / 14-25 years

Advance yourself in GCSE maths Get better at GCSE maths! This course covers the A/A* GCSE maths syllabus which includes Trigonometry, Pythagoras theorem, solving algebraic fractions, simultaneous equations, recurring decimals and much, much more! week 3: Mon 8-Fri 12 Aug time: 2pm-5pm venue: Idea Store Chrisp Street 1 Vesey Path E14 6BT

Hola! This is a great introduction to learning Spanish and joining the 320 million people in the world who already speak it. You’ll learn some useful words and phrases to try out next time you’re in Spain! week 4: Mon 15-Fri 19 Aug time: 10am-1pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW

SLE06 / 15-25 years

Countdown to college: A-level maths If you’re taking A-level Maths in September and are feeling unsure about what to expect, then this bridging course is definitely for you. The course builds from a good grade in GCSE and gives you an insight into what you’ll learn in your first term of college. You’ll leave feeling confident and ready to start the A-level. week 3: Mon 8-Fri 12 Aug time: 10am-1pm venue: Idea Store Chrisp Street 1 Vesey Path E14 6BT SLE07 / 14–21 years

Discover biomedical science at the Centre of the Cell Want to learn more about biology and medicine? On this 1-day course you’ll visit Centre of the Cell an amazing science centre in Tower Hamlets! Find out how cells are grown, how TB drugs work and also about different jobs in healthcare. week 3: Thur 11 Aug (1 day) time: 11am-1.30pm venue: Centre of the Cell (Blizard Building) 4 Newark Street E1 2AB SLE08 / 14-25 years

Global change makers Want to know how charities work and how you can make a difference to people across the world? This course is an introduction to the charity sector and will look at how it works, how donations are spent and how you can get involved. Whether you’re interested in volunteering, collecting donations or simply making a stand for what you believe in, this course could be a life-changing experience (and will hopefully change someone else’s life, too!) week 3: Mon 8-Fri 12 Aug time: 10am-5pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW


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Cricket Bat, bowl and field like a pro! On this course you’ll learn from qualified coaches at the Island Community Cricket Club and compete in a tournament at the end of the week. week 2: Mon 1-Fri 5 Aug time: 11am-1pm venue: The Arches Millwall Park East Ferry Road E14 3BA SB02 / 11–15 years

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Football Want to be the next Ronaldo? Well, this course could bring you one step closer! You’ll get individual coaching to improve your game and put your skills to the test in team competitions. [Olympic Sport] week 2: Mon 1-Fri 5 Aug time: 11am-1pm venue: The Arches Millwall Park East Ferry Road E14 3BA SB03 / 11–15 years

Rugby Know the difference between a try and a goal? On this course you’ll learn the rules of rugby, get some individual training and have the opportunity to put your rugby skills to the test! week 1: Mon 25-Fri 29 Jul time: 11am-1pm venue: The Arches Millwall Park East Ferry Road E14 3BA

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FA accredited junior football organiser’s award (JFO) Love football? Then why not learn how to organise games for kids? You’ll learn how to plan and deliver safe and fun football sessions for children aged 6+. week 4: Tues 16-Thur 18 Aug (3 days) time: 10am-1pm venue: Central Foundation School Harley Grove E3 2AT SB05 / 16-25 years

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Pathway into sports leadership This is for anyone who wants to train and provide voluntary assistance to qualified professionals. It’s a combination of the Community Sports Leader Award Level 2 and the FA Level 1 Football Coaching 9-day course. You also need to complete a 10-hour voluntary placement to gain the awards, which you can do afterwards on Futureversity sports courses. There’s even an opportunity to get your CRB check, which you need in order to work with children. week 1-2: Mon 25 Jul-Tues 2 Aug (9 days) time: 9.30am–4.30pm venue: Seven Mills School Malabar Street E14 8LY


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Young sports leadership certificate Want to get into sports coaching? This interactive course will teach you leadership skills needed to work with younger children in a sports setting and give you knowledge of different games and activities. week 4: Tues 16-Wed 17 Aug (2 days) time: 10am-1pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW SFW02 / 14-25 years

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Fencing En garde! Learn sword fighting traditions, techniques and tactics and take part in a swash buckling tournament at the end of the week! [Olympic Sport] week 4: Mon 15-Fri 19 Aug time: 10am-12pm venue: Central Foundation School Harley Grove E3 2AT

SFW03 / 14-25 years

Mixercise An intensive 5-day course full of a whole range of fitness activities - boxercise, yoga, pilates, tai chi and capoeira - to help keep your mind, body and soul in first-class condition! week 4: Mon 15-Fri 19 Aug time: 1pm-3pm venue: Central Foundation School Harley Grove E3 2AT

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Working with leading experts Tunde Ajayi and Carli Wheatley, as part of Stamina for Sale, learn to box like Otuo Saba! You’ll build your confidence and fitness and work on your strength and conditioning. week 1: Mon 25-Fri 29 Jul time: 2-4pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW SFW06 / 16-25 years

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Massage and holistic health This jam-packed intro to holistic health includes massage, aromatherapy, nutrition, relaxation techniques and reflexology. You’ll also get guidance on working in the industry and advice about further courses available. week 3: Tues 9-Fri 12 Aug (4 days) time: 10am-4pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW SFW07 / 11-18 years

Martial Arts – Wing Chun Introduced to the West by martial arts film star Bruce Lee, this is your chance to learn Wing Chun, a style of kung fu that helps you get fit, improve your confidence and deal with difficult situations. week 1: Mon 25-Fri 29 Jul time: 10am-1pm venue: Bethnal Green Technology College Gosset Street E2 6NW

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Self–defence

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Feel safer on the streets. Learn awareness and avoidance skills, plus power kicking, striking, punching and fear and voice control. You’ll improve your fitness and your self-confidence too! week 3: Mon 8-Fri 12 Aug time: 10am-12pm venue: Central Foundation School Harley Grove E3 2AT

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Get started on your way to becoming a sports coach! You’ll develop the skills and confidence you need to deliver simple sports activities to young people and get advice on how to progress your career. week 3: Tues 9-Wed 10 Aug (2 days) time: 12-3.30pm venue: Central Foundation School Harley Grove E3 2AT

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What’s the difference between a kayak and a canoe? You’ll have lots of fun on the water finding out as you learn how to manoeuvre both on this course – and get very wet in the process! [Olympic Sport] week 2: Mon 1-Fri 5 Aug time: 10am-12pm venue: Urban Adventure Base 150 Burdett Road E3 4JT SOW02 / 11-16 years

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Mountain biking Impress your mates with wheelies and endos! On this course you’ll learn some cool biking tricks, then on the Friday try them out during a day out in Epping Forest. (Bikes provided). [Olympic Sport] week 2: Mon 1-Fri 5 Aug time: 1-3pm (Fri: 10am-3pm) venue: Urban Adventure Base 150 Burdett Road E3 4JT

An exciting accredited skateboarding course with a twist! Get better on your board, learn about filmmaking and hone your graffiti skills in this allround experience for skateboarding fans. week 1: Mon 25-Fri 29 Jul time: 1-3pm venue: Urban Adventure Base 150 Burdett Road E3 4JT SOW04 / 11-18 years

Rowing Forget the rowing machine in the gym - have lots of fun rowing on a river! You’ll even get to compete in a regatta at the end. Non-swimmers welcome as all participants will be wearing buoyancy aids. [Olympic Sport] week 3: Mon 8-Fri 12 Aug time: 1pm-3pm (Fri: 10am–3pm) venue: London Regatta Centre Dockside Road, Newham E16 2Q


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Set sail on the seas of Shadwell! This brilliant course will teach you rigging, knots, how to control the boat and how to use the sail. You must be able to swim at least 25 metres and be confident in deep water to apply. [Olympic Sport] week 4: Mon 15-Fri 19 Aug time: 10am-4.30pm venue: Shadwell Basin 3-4 Shadwell Pierhead Glamis Road E1W 3TD SOW06 / 11-19 years

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Rock climbing Want to hang tough at an indoor climbing centre? Scale the walls and learn all about equipment and safety - then at the end of the week try out your new skills on a real rock in Kent. week 1: Mon 25-Fri 29 Jul time: 10am-12pm (Fri 9am-5pm) venue: Mile End Climbing Wall Haverfield Road E3 5BE SOW07 / 12-16 years

Fishing Not only do you learn how to fish on this course, but you also get to go on a boat trip to Dover and learn how to cook your catch! You’ll even find out about careers in the fishing industry. week 1: Tues 26-Wed 27 Jul time: Tues: 11am-3pm Wed: 11am-9pm venue: Account3 3 Birkbeck Street, London E2 6JY

Historically used in hunting and combat, archery is now fiercely competed at Olympic level. On this accredited course you’ll learn how to use a bow and arrow and test your focus as you try to hit the bullseye! [Olympic Sport] week 1: Mon 25-Fri 29 Jul time: 1-3pm venue: Urban Adventure Base 150 Burdett Road E3 4JT SOW09 / 14-25 years

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Golf Feeling a bit under par? This course will help you get started with the basics of golf as you learn how to putt, chip and swing and then try out your skills on a professional golf course. week 3: Mon 8–Fri 12 Aug time: 10am–12pm (Fri: 10am–2pm) venue: Central Foundation School Harley Grove E3 2AT SOW10 / 16-25 years

Horse riding Experience the thrill of horse riding! On this unforgettable course for beginners you’ll learn to ride the horse as it walks, trots and even canters! Plus you’ll find out all about caring for horses and stable management. [Olympic Sport] week 2: Tues 2-Wed 3 Aug (2 days) time: 1.30-3.30pm venue: Mudchute Park & Farm Pier Street E14 3HP


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