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Art - Watercolours

To develop skills, ideas and watercolour techniques. Painting from still life, photographs and observational studies.

Art - Watercolours intermediate

To further develop skills, ideas and basic watercolour techniques. Some experience of painting in watercolour would be ideal. Looks at other artists, work and still life. Painting from photographs and studies of landscapes.

Bushcraft Spoon Carving

Safe and effective use of hand tools to produce practical wooden spoons, spatulas and ladles. This course covers: properties of suitable wood, tree identification, correct pruning & sustainable harvesting; splitting logs and preparing blanks using an axe; efficient carving techniques using a knife, axe and a crooked knife; tool maintenance/safety and after treatment of finished items.

Creative writing

This course is designed to develop the skills and confidence to succeed in all aspects of creative writing. Poetry, short story writing the novel, script writing and all aspects of fiction and non-fiction writing will be studied. Students will be encouraged to pursue their own particular interest.

History - Civil wars in West Wales 1642-1652

Explore the origins and course of the civil wars of the 17th century and their after effects. Each session will focus on the reasons for the war, its development and the characters involved. At least two sessions will involve daytime site visits.

History of Wales

This course aims to help learners understand aspects of local history, how to research and report on historical themes and understand the context of local historical studies. This course will cover aspects of local history from the Romans, Saxons and Normans, through to the Tudors and Stuarts, and the effects of the industrial revolution on the area.

Welsh - Canolradd 1

An intermediate course for learners who have completed Entry and Foundation levels, two hours a week for thirty weeks. The emphasis is still on speaking, but a little more writing, reading and listening is introduced. Material 17.45.

Welsh - Canolradd 2

Second year of the Intermediate course, meeting two hours a week for thirty weeks. The emphasis is still on speaking, but a little more writing, reading and listening is introduced. You should feel comfortable holding a conversation on everyday topics by the end of this level. WJEC accreditation available. Material 17.45

Welsh - Mynediad 1

A first year course for beginners, two hours a week for thirty weeks. The emphasis is very much on conversational Welsh. Discussing personal details and past events are among the topics covered. Material 17.45

Welsh - Mynediad 1/2

A second year course for beginners, two hours a week for thirty weeks. The emphasis is very much on conversational Welsh. Discussing personal details and past events are among the topics covered. WJEC accreditation available. Material 17.45

Welsh - Mynediad 2

A second year course for beginners, two hours a week for thirty weeks. The emphasis is very much on conversational Welsh. Discussing personal details and past events are among the topics covered. WJEC accreditation available. Material 17.45

Welsh - Mynediad Combi

A 180 hour, 3 hours a week combination course for beginners, consisting of one 3 hour session a week in the classroom and 3 hours self study. Internet access required. WJEC accreditation available. Material 20

Welsh - Mynediad Dwys

A 120 hour specially designed beginners course that meets for 4 hours a week for 30 weeks. WJEC accreditation available.

Welsh - Siawns am Sgwrs 1

A 30 week, 4 hours a week course suitable for learners who have completed Cyrsiau Uwch and Welsh speakers who wish to gain confidence.

Welsh - Siawns am Sgwrs 3

A 30 week, 2 hours a week course suitable for learners who have completed both Siawns am Sgwrs 1 and 2. Opportunity to develop Welsh language conversational skills.

Welsh - Siawns am Sgwrs 4

40 week, 1.5 hours a week course suitable for fluent Welsh speakers.

Welsh - Sylfaen 1

A course for learners who have completed Entry level. Meets for two hours a week for thirty weeks to expand on your speaking skills. Family, work and hobbies are among the topics covered. Material 17.45

Welsh - Sylfaen 2

Second year of the Foundation / Sylfaen course, meets two hours a week for thirty weeks to expand further on your speaking skills. Family, work and hobbies are among the topics covered. WJEC accreditation available. Material 17.45

Welsh - Sylfaen Combi

A 180-hour course for those who have completed Mynediad level course. Internet access required. The Cwrs Combi combines classroom contact with online study so you can follow the faster paced programme by attending one 3-hour class a week accompanied by 3 hours following online learning materials at any time of day or night. WJEC accreditation available. Material 20

Welsh - Sylfaen Dwys

This 120-hour intensive course meets for 4 hours per week over 30 weeks. Material 20

Welsh - Uwch 1 Bl.1

30 week, 2 hours a week course focussing on oral skills, use of media and attention to writing. Suitable for those who have completed the Canolradd course. Material 20

Welsh - Uwch 1 Bl.2

A 30 week, 2 hours a week course at advanced level, suitable for those who have completed the Uwch 1 Bl.1 course. Material 20

Welsh day course - Uwch

A day course for students following Uwch (Advanced) courses. The day will consist of 3 teaching sessions over a period of 4 hours, reinforcing and extending language skills learnt on their course. Students will usually receive tuition from different tutors to their normal class.

Welsh for the Family - Mynediad 1

A first year course for beginners, two hours a week for thirty weeks. This course will help you learn Welsh with children in the family or in work. The emphasis is on learning words and phrases that you can use with children right from the start. Material 15.95

Welsh for the Family - Mynediad 2

A second year course for beginners, two hours a week for thirty weeks. The emphasis is very much on conversational Welsh to use in the family or with other children. Discussing personal details and past events are among the topics covered. WJEC accreditation available. Material 15.95

Willow basketry

Introduction to willow weaving techniques.

Willow Christmas decorations

Willow basketry - specifically making decorations for Christmas

Willow garden structures

Make your own garden plant supports using willow e.g. obelisks, trellis

Willow sculptures - Introduction

Introduction to weaving willow sculptures for your garden

Windows 10

Learn about the new features in Windows 10

Word processing using Microsoft Word

Do you want to produce professional documents with minimal effort? Aims to provide skills in making the most of the Microsoft WORD package and allows the user to produce documents of a high quality.

WordPress

Learn how to build a website or blog in WordPress. WordPress is a Content Management System (CMS) and the world's leading web publishing tool. It is used in over 65 million websites and allows you to set up, build and manage professionally looking websites easily with the added bonus of being free. It is very easy to use and allows you to easily update your website from your internet browser as well as achieving good placement in the leading search engines such as Google.

Workshop - Creative and performance skills

An enjoyable day focusing on a chosen topic.
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