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Android 2

This course explores the new features including family sharing, Google fit app and more. This course covers how to protect privacy and other security features.

Android tablet - introduction

Would you like to know more about using the Android tablet effectively? This course will look at how to get started with the tablet, how to download and use apps, books, games, browse the web, check and write emails.

Art - drawing

Teaches basic techniques of drawing through use of pencil and charcoal. Still life, portraits and landscape. Provides visual stimulation in order to encourage students to observe and develop a personal style.

Art - Drawing & painting

To develop the potential which everyone has to draw well from observation. To teach methods of drawing which are useful for oil painting and others which relate to water colour painting. To learn oil, acrylic, gouache and water colour techniques and make finished paintings in these media.

Art - Introduction to colour theory

The course will take participants through the principles of colour theory and applying what is learnt through fine art, interior and graphic design

Art - Life drawing

Starting each session with a series of short poses, followed by longer poses, thereby allowing intense study.

Art - mixed media

To achieve knowledge of enjoyment of painting in any chosen media or a mix of media.

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.

Art for all

This course aims to improve your drawing, painting and observation skills in a relaxed atmosphere with as much one to one tuition as possible. Whilst learning basics, students are encouraged to express themselves as individuals.

Art for all beginners

Learn drawing, painting and observation skills.

Art workshop

Would you like to develop your artistic skills? Whether you are an experienced artist, a complete beginner or just fancy trying something new, we can help you explore a range of topics. Each of our workshops offers a different theme each time and is taught in a relaxed, friendly and supportive atmosphere.

Belly dancing

To introduce students to a range of belly dance moves. Improves fitness & balance and facilitates creative physical expression.

Book making workshop

Make a complete book with hard covers and a stitched and covered spine, suitable for use as a sketchbook, notebook, diary or journal. Learn techniques for including storage pockets or envelopes, place markers and retaining ribbons for closure. During this one day workshop participants will complete an A5 size book filled with drawing quality paper.

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.

Chinese brush painting

Learn basic painting techniques required to paint birds, flowers and landscapes.

Christmas crafts and gifts

Create a variety of Christmas crafts. Use various natural and recycled materials to create original Christmas decorations and gifts including stars, mobiles and hearts.

Computer Programming - An Introduction

The aim of the course is to introduce 'Scratch' and to teach the fundamentals of programming through good programming practices. The ability to code computer programs is an important part of literacy in today's society. 'Scratch' is a programming language which has been designed with learning and education in mind. Originally designed for pupils from ages 8 - 16, people of all ages are using 'Scratch' to program interactive stories, games and animations.

Computer Programming using Raspberry Pi

The Raspberry Pi is a tiny and affordable computer that you can use to learn computer programming through fun, practical projects. The Raspberry Pi plugs into a computer monitor or TV and uses a standard keyboard and mouse. It is a capable device that enables people of all ages to explore computing and learn how to program in languages such as 'Scratch'. It's capable of doing everything you'd expect a desktop computer to do, from browsing the internet and playing high-definition video, to making spreadsheets, word-processing, and playing games.

Cookery

This is a cookery course defined by a particular topic. Students eat what is cooked on the day and take home what is unused.

Cookery Masterclass

The Masterclass is perfect for those who are passionate and enjoy joining in with some culinary fun for a day. The class offers 'hands on' cooking demonstrations and informative tutorial.

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.

Crochet

To encourage an interest and enjoyment in the different techniques of crochet

Developing e-mail and online skills

Using technology for communication is fast, efficient and popular. This course covers managing an e-mail account, searching the internet and working with image and media files. Accreditation available.

Digital employability

The new Digital Employability qualification covers the digital skills that learners need to apply for jobs, to work in a 21st century environment and to participate as digital citizens. They'll gain the core knowledge they need to use IT in different contexts, particularly in the workplace. They'll know how to use the Internet effectively and safely, work with different devices and process data.

Digital literacy - Safety and privacy online

To enable learners to work online in a safe and responsible manner with an awareness of their personal digital footprint.

Discovering the digital world

This course is suitable for learners who have a good knowledge of using ICT. This course will enable you to enhance your digital literacy skills and apply them to a range of applications. This is a course to feed your curiosity - learning new skills; Digital Collaboration, Digital Responsibility, Digital Creativity and Digital Learning as well as consolidating skills you may already have. You will also develop your existing skills of Microsoft Office and file management. At the beginning of each term the course objectives are discussed and decided.

Dressmaking - intermediate and advanced

For people who have some experience in dressmaking and want to improve their skills with an experienced seamstress to teach new techniques and give advice on new projects.

Dressmaking and soft furnishings

This course aims to make sewing a pleasure and can cover making clothes, alterations and making curtains & cushions.

Dressmaking for beginners

Have fun learning how to make your own clothes from scratch. Basic sewing skills preferred but not essential.

Driftwood

Transform driftwood and natural seashore finds into objects such as mobiles, picture frames and beach games.

Dynamic Yoga

Dynamic Vinyasa Flow Yoga links the breath with movement to challenge and tone the body whilst calming the mind. Develop postures to improve balance, strength and flexibility and encourage mindfulness in movement of the body and through life.

ECDL - Essentials and Extra

The European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL) syllabus is designed to cover the key concepts of computing, its practical applications and their use in the workplace and society. It is suitable for anyone who already possesses basic IT skills. It is broken down into modules, each of which must be passed before an ECDL certificate is awarded. Depending on modules taken, there are different qualifications available.

ECDL - Spreadsheet software level 1

BCS ITQ level 1 qualification in spreadsheet software is suitable for those who have limited computer skills or have completed an introductory IT course. On this course you will learn how to use Microsoft Excel and gain a Level 1 ECDL unit which can contribute to a Level 1 ECDL qualification.

ECDL Advanced - Spreadsheets

ECDL Advanced is an internationally recognised qualification designed to progress the user's computer skills from ECDL to the next level of competence. ECDL Advanced - Spreadsheets is designed for the individual who would like to realise the full potential of the spreadsheet package - manipulating and analysing data and preparing reports.

Emergency First Aid

Suitable for those already working or for those preparing to work. This course aims to enable the learner to understand the role and responsibilites of a first aider, also to assess and administer initial first aid in an emergency situation. Learners are required to be 16 or over. Award - Emergency First Aid at Work (Level 2) Additional costs 14.50 for workbook & certificate. Some venues may offer the Agored Cymru qualification.

ESOL - Citizenship

Prepare for the external Trinity College English exam that you need for settlement and citizenship. You can also learn more about Life in the UK. To join a class we need to talk to you first to make sure it is the right class for you! Ring FREEPHONE 808 100 3302 to find out more.

ESOL - Entry level (Entry 2/3)

You know a little English and want to learn more. Exam fees are additional to course fees. (1 unit per class) To join a class we need to talk to you first. Ring FREEPHONE 0808 100 3302.

ESOL - Improvers (Entry 3/Level 1)

Improve your English language skills, build on your grammar and speak with confidence. Exam fees are additional to course fees. (1 unit per class) To join a class we need to talk to you first. Ring FREEPHONE 0808 100 3302.

ESOL for beginners - Pre Entry/Entry 1

A general ESOL course for beginner speakers of English. Accreditation available. To join a class we need to talk to you first. Ring FREEPHONE 0808 100 3302.

Facebook

Would you like to know more about using Facebook? Setting up an account, setting your privacy levels and posting text and pictures on your site. Sharing information with friends.

Family history using a computer

An introduction to the research skills and knowledge necessary to retrieve family history information and access family history related primary source records, by the use of the internet. Designed for those wishing to continue family research using the internet. This course offers an opportunity to further develop skills in a supportive environment.

Felt making

To start as a beginner to learn the process of felt-making and progress through various techniques to produce pieces of textile art and craft. Techniques will include Wet felting, Needle felting and Nuno felting. An opportunity to learn the skills for felt making.

Felt making workshop

A fascinating and fun introduction to felt making enabling you to get a feel for the material and how it works. Using local fleeces and beautiful Merino wool, you be able to create your own piece of felt art or craft. Cost of materials are additional.

File management using a Mac

Never lose a file again. Learn how to look for files using Finder, how to organise documents,photographs and files into folders and learn how to copy, move or delete folders and files. This course will provide you with the confidence to work effectively with your Mac.

First aid for parents

Suitable for anyone interested in saving a life. This course will enable participants to act safely, promptly and efficiently in an emergency.

First steps with computers

This is a course for those who have never used a computer but who would like to have a go. First steps with computers aims to develop some of the basic skills required to begin using a computer i.e. Word processing and the Internet. This is a course for complete beginners who want to learn at their own pace in a friendly, relaxed environment. Accreditation available.

Floral design

Make seasonal decorations

Food safety in catering (CIEH)

Everyone who works with food has a special responsibility for safeguarding the health of consumers and to ensure that the food they serve or sell is perfectly safe to eat. This course is suitable for anyone working in catering. Personal hygiene - safe food - cleaning in food premises - waste & pest control. Level 2 award - Food safety in catering from the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health. Additional costs 14.50 for workbook & certificate.

French - Year 1

This course aims to give students a basic understanding of the structure of the language and to enable them to use the language effectively in a number of everyday situations in a French speaking country. This course is suitable for those who have little or no knowledge of the language

French - Year 2

This course aims to develop student's understanding of the French language and enable them to confidently deal with a range of situations and converse on a range of topics, including the past and the future. Students should have followed a course at introductory level or should have some experience of studying/speaking the language

French - Year 3

This intermediate level course is aimed at those who have a firm basic knowledge of the language. Further develop communication skills using a range of tenses, grammar and vocabulary. Students should have completed a course at introductory level or should have 1-2 years experience of studying the language

French - Year 4

This course is aimed at those who have studied the language for 2-3 years and wish to practise their speaking, listening, reading and writing skills in the language at a higher level.

French - Year 5+

This course aims to further develop language skills through study of advanced grammar, contemporary texts and recordings and aspects of modern culture. Improve fluency and comprehension in an open and friendly atmosphere. Students should have studied the language for a minimum of 3-4 years.

French conversation - advanced

This course enables learners to maintain their spoken French language skills in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Reading, listening and speaking skills will be developed through topic based activities and discussion of current affairs, literature and French culture. This course is suitable for those who are already reasonably fluent in the language.

Furniture restoration for beginners

How to reconstruct furniture. Learn how to use tools effectively. Cleaning & polishing furniture. How to follow plans and make cutting lists. How to mark joints correctly.

GCSE English language - WJEC

This course is primarily intended for those who would like to obtain a qualification.

GCSE Mathematics - Numeracy

Update your mathematical knowledge and gain the numeracy skills required to sit your Mathematics / Numeracy GCSE exam. This exam is required for entrance, for example, to nursing or teacher training colleges. Alternatively update your knowledge and keep up with the maths young people are doing at school. This is a one year course and requires commitment and motivation for success.

Geology - World and local geology

To give participants a general appreciation of the story of our planet through an understanding of the rocks and fossils of Pembrokeshire.

German - Year 1

This course aims to give students a basic understanding of the structure of the language and to enable them to use the language effectively in a number of everyday situations in a German speaking country. This course is suitable for those who have little or no knowledge of the language

German - Year 5

This course aims to further develop language skills through study of advanced grammar, contemporary texts and recordings and aspects of modern culture. Improve fluency and comprehension in an open and friendly atmosphere. Students should have studied the language for a minimum of 3-4 years

Graham Hadlow watercolour workshop

A workshop run by local artist, Graham Hadlow. Each workshop has a different theme or area of specialism i.e. Blue sky and cloud; reflections, snow scenes; winter trees; sunsets; cottages and perspective; beaches and breakers, etc...

Greek - Year 1

This course aims to give students a basic understanding of the structure of the language and to enable them to use the language effectively in a number of everyday situations in a Greek speaking country. This course is suitable for those who have little or no knowledge of the language

Hedgerow basket making

To develop an interest and enjoyment in working with hedgerow material and to develop a variety of techniques

History - 20th Century

The course will include topics such as World War Two, Russian history and American Presidents from Eisenhower to Obama.

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 - Experiences of the Great War

To explore the experiences of a number of people, including poets, artists, nurses and civilians who were involved with the Great War.

History - Heroes and villains

History - Heroes and villains To explore the lives of men and women from Wales, or who have lived in Wales, and who have had an impact upon the life of the nation. Recounting the lives and influence of characters such as Owain Glyndwr, John Callice, William Owen, Lucy Walters, Lady Charlotte Guest, Viscountess Rhondda and others.

History - Land of the Pagoda tree

To explore the beginnings of the British involvement in India from the late 16th century to 1800. The course will focus on the gradual development of trade relations between Britain and India and the commencement of British domination of the sub-continent and the exchange of ideas between cultures.

History - Local history

Various aspects of local history as defined in the course description

History - Monstrous regiment

The course title is taken from a comment by the 16th Century preacher - John Knox, who was horrified by the idea of women rulers - so we look at the successful female rulers of that period.

History - Serving the Raj

The course will explore the growth of British powers and India and the rise of Indian nationalism 1800-1947 resulting in Independence.

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.

Holiday French

This course aims to give learners essential survival skills in the language needed to enjoy and make the most of a stay in a French speaking country. Develop a practical understanding of the basics of the language and learn to communicate successfully in a range of situations. Suitable for learners with little or no knowledge of the language

Holiday German

This course aims to give learners essential survival skills in the language needed to enjoy and make the most of a stay in a German speaking country. Develop a practical understanding of the basics of the language and learn to communicate successfully in a range of situations. Suitable for learners with little or no knowledge of the language

Holiday Italian

This course aims to give learners essential survival skills in the language needed to enjoy and make the most of a stay in an Italian speaking country. Develop a practical understanding of the basics of the language and learn to communicate successfully in a range of situations. Suitable for learners with little or no knowledge of the language

Holiday Spanish

This course aims to give learners essential survival skills in the language needed to enjoy and make the most of a stay in a Spanish speaking country. Develop a practical understanding of the basics of the language and learn to communicate successfully in a range of situations. Suitable for learners with little or no knowledge of the language

Indian head massage

This course will cover a basic history of Indian head massage, along with the knowledge of carrier oils, their suitablilty, safety precautions & contra-indications, leading to the ability to perform basic Indian head massage treatments.

Indian Head Massage - introduction

Basic introduction to techniques for use within the family only. Techniques to include back, neck, shoulders, arms, scalp and face massage. Use of selected aromatherapy oils for scalp and face massage.

Interior Design

Introduction to Interior Design through mood boards.

iPad - introduction

How to get the most out of your iPad. This course covers essential tasks: emailing, browsing the web with Safari, getting around town, taking notes, shooting photos, watching videos, and listening to music. Plus, discover how to extend the functionality of your iPad by installing one of the 1+ million apps available in the Apple App Store.

iPad 2

This course explores new features and apps, including Family Sharing, Health, enhanced notifications, Time-lapse photo mode, group messages with voice and video, QuickType, and more. The course covers protecting your privacy and troubleshooting your iPad when you encounter a problem.

Italian - Year 1

This course aims to give students a basic understanding of the structure of the language and to enable them to use the language effectively in a number of everyday situations in an Italian speaking country. This course is suitable for those who have little or no knowledge of the language.

Italian - Year 2

This course aims to develop student's understanding of the Italian language and enable them to confidently deal with a range of situations and converse on a range of topics, including the past and the future. Students should have followed a course at introductory level or should have some experience of studying/speaking the language.

Italian - Year 3

This intermediate level course is aimed at those who have a firm basic knowledge of the language. Further develop communication skills using a range of tenses, grammar and vocabulary. Students should have completed a course at introductory level or should have 1-2 years experience of studying the language

Italian - Year 6

This course aims to continue developing language skills and improve fluency and comprehension in an open and friendly atmosphere. Students should have studied the language for a minimum of 4-5 years.

Jewellery making - silver

How to make simple jewellery from silver, leading on to using a mixture of materials.

Jewellery making with beads

Students will be learning techniques to create a variety of jewellery styles with wire and beads.

Lip reading

This course aims for students to communicate more easily in their everyday life and with greater confidence. It includes basic rules, ways to maximise communication in certain circumstances, recognition of homophonous words & speech movements and knowledge of environmental aids.

Literacy (Communication skills)

Classes for anyone over the age of 16, who want to brush up on their English. You may want to help the children with school work; prepare for a college course; gain confidence or gain qualifications to get a job or promotion at work. Accreditation is available: Agored Cymru Units and City and Guilds ESW (Essential Skills Wales) from Pre-entry Level to Level 1 or Level 2.

Mandarin

Introduction to spoken Mandarin, practice basic Chinese conversation using text, CD and role play.

Microsoft Office skills - Intro

Suitable for those who have limited computer skills or have completed an introductory IT course. On this course you can learn how to use word processing software, create and use spreadsheets, use a database, create a slide show or create posters and newsletters in Desktop Publishing. You will be using the Microsoft Office 2013 suite of programs including Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint and Publisher. You will gain an accreditation for this course and it is very suitable if you are thinking of getting a job or want to refresh your IT skills before returning to work.

Mosaics - Create and design

To learn the art of mosaic for indoor and outdoor applications. The course covers both the design process and practical aspects of mosaic work. The mosaic process will begin first with the idea and type of mosaic, then proceed through design, planning, preparing the surface, applying the tiles, glass or stone and the finished work.

Numeracy (Application of number)

Classes for anyone over 16 who wants to brush up on their Maths. You may want to help the children with school work; prepare for a college course; gain qualifications to get a job or promotion at work or just become more confident in using number. Accreditation is available: Agored Cymru units and City & Guilds ESW (Essential Skills Wales) from Pre-Entry Level to Level 1 or Level 2.

Organising your photos

Transferring photos from your camera to your computer. Creating folders to organise your photos and learn how to resize and view your photos in different ways.

Patchwork quilt in a day

A basic introduction to patchwork and quilting for beginners. You could make a simple lap quilt or a baby quilt. No previous experience is necessary. You will need to provide fabric and a basic sewing kit. Please bring your sewing machine if you have one.

Pen and ink drawing

Learn drawing skills and ink techniques using pen, quill and Japanese brush

Photography - Taking better pictures

This course is designed to give students a comprehensive overview of the fundamentals in photography. Aimed at both film and digital photographers these interactive sessions cover everything from lighting and composition to new digital photographic techniques.

Photoshop Elements - introduction

Using Adobe Photoshop Elements - learn how to import, adjust, crop, remove and replace parts of an image in Photoshop Elements . PRE REQUISITE: Learners should have basic computer skills

Photoshop Elements - more skills

This course is a follow on course to the introductory course Photoshop Elements - introduction and aims to teach you more advanced techniques

Pilates

Pilates improves posture, tones the body and improves flexibility. This is a gentle form of exercise working on the central core of the body.

Pilates - Stretch and flex

Would you like to feel more flexible? Would you like to improve posture, balance and co-ordination and improve strength in your back and abdominal muscles? 'Stretch & Flex' is a gentle low-impact Pilates-based class for all age-groups using focussed breathing techniques to support the exercises; this brings the added benefit of increased lung capacity, increased body-awareness and lowering of stress levels.

Pottery - mixed ability

To encourage and develop an interest and enjoyment in working with clay, and to develop a variety of techniques and skills in slipcasting, throwing, hand building and glazing.

Presentations using Microsoft PowerPoint

Microsoft PowerPoint is a presentation programme that enables you to communicate your ideas to clients, colleagues, investors and team members in a clear and concise manner. This course will enable you to create high quality, professional-looking presentations.

Print making - introduction

To develop simple techniques of print making without a press to include monoprint, card, screenprint, lino and collagraph.

Recite

In this short course, you will have the opportunity to share and present your favourite piece of writing, or to work on a new piece from suggested writers.

RYA Day Skipper

Shore based course in Seamanship, Navigation & Meteorology to help you to become more competent and safer at sea. Involves 40 hours teaching time plus time for the final invigilated papers. RYA Day Skipper shorebased certificate.

RYA Yacht Master

The aim of this course is to help students become more competent and safer at sea. The syllabus, which is the same for power and is set out in RYA booklets G15/98 (sail) and G18/98 (power). RYA Coastal Skipper/ Yachtmaster Offshore - Shorebased certificate.

Sculpture

Students will be working in the media of clay and plaster. The aim is to produce two pieces of work. One will be a relief cast in plaster, the second will be a construction of self hardening clay.

Sewing workshop

An enjoyable day focusing on a chosen topic.

Skills for Life

For those who would like to improve their skills in communication or maths and gain an Agored Cymru qualification or City & Guilds ESW qualification.

Social media - introduction

Would you like to know more about using social media sites? This course includes Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. It also includes how to manage your sites and learn how to keep safe on line.

Spanish - Year 1

This course aims to give students a basic understanding of the structure of the language and to enable them to use the language effectively in a number of everyday situations in a Spanish speaking country. This course is suitable for those who have little or no knowledge of the language

Spanish - Year 2

This course aims to develop student's understanding of the Spanish language and enable them to confidently deal with a range of situations and converse on a range of topics, including the past and the future. Students should have followed a course at introductory level or should have some experience of studying/speaking the language

Spanish - Year 3

This intermediate level course is aimed at those who have a firm basic knowledge of the language. Further develop communication skills using a range of tenses, grammar and vocabulary. Students should have completed a course at introductory level or should have 1-2 years experience of studying the language

Spanish - Year 5

This course aims to further develop language skills through study of advanced grammar, contemporary texts and recordings and aspects of modern culture. Improve fluency and comprehension in an open and friendly atmosphere. Students should have studied the language for a minimum of 3-4 years

Spreadsheets using Microsoft Excel

Do you want to do a wide variety of forecasting, planning and budgeting tasks in a fraction of the time taken using manual methods? Learn about spreadsheets from beginner to advanced level.

Stained glass

To design and make stained glass. Material costs are additional.

Stained glass workshop

To design and make stained glass. Material costs are additional.

Stress management

A series of workshops covering the basics of stress. We will look at how to recognise stress and also coping strategies and skills to minimise its affect. This workshop covers 'What is stress and how do you recognise it?' Good and bad types of stress, fight or flight response, symptoms, assessing your own stress and identifying triggers.

Stress management - assertiveness

We will look at how to recognise stress and also coping strategies and skills to minimise its affect. This workshop will look at passive, aggressive and assertive behaviour, rules of assertion, taking criticism, your legitimate rights, setting priorities, using planning tools, scheduling, time management and delegating.

Stress management - building resilience

We will look at how to recognise stress and also coping strategies and skills to minimise its affect. This workshop will look at how a healthy body helps to promote a healthy mind. Including nutrition, exercise, sleep, self-care, self-support and the 3 Cs of stress hardiness - commitment, control and challenge, plus hardy attitudes and social interactions.

Stress management - coping skills

We will look at how to recognise stress and also coping strategies and skills to minimise its affect. This workshop will cover coping skills and using self-expression. The 4As - avoid; alter; adapt; accept. Communication skills, body language, mood journal and using self-expression as a way of working through stress.

Stress management - mindfulness and relaxation

We will look at how to recognise stress and also coping strategies and skills to minimise its affect. This workshop covers meditation, body scan, introduction to mindfulness, turning off auto pilot, living gratefully, ways to relax, opportunities to try different methods i.e. hand massage, crafting, aromatherapy, Bach flower remedies, music etc.

Stress management - the power of the positive

We will look at how to recognise stress and also coping strategies and skills to minimise its affect. This workshop will cover the power of the positive and using CBT techniques for stress management. Affirmations, Tonglen, negative self-talk, building your self-esteem, challenging your worries, identifying goals and setting out a plan to achieve it.

Tai chi

This is a form of Chinese exercise which promotes breathing, relaxation, co-ordination and internal strength. It will help you deal with life's ups and downs.

Tai Chi - Advanced

This form of chinese exercise helps to promote breathing, relaxation, co-ordination and internal strength.

Text Processing skills

Learn how to produce letters and documents to a professional standard. Level 1 is ideal for those who are new to the skills and knowledge required to produce documents either in the home or workplace. Level 2 - intermediate skills covering secretarial tasks. Level 3 - advanced skills for those who have already achieved Level 2 or equivalent. This course includes optional units covering audio, medical and legal work, mail merge and presentations. On successful completion of units you will receive a Learning Pembrokeshire certificate of competence.

Up-cycle and refashion

Up-cycling; reconstruction; reclamation. With a textile degree and considerable experience in the fashion industry in London and over 10 years teaching, this tutor is offering a course to reuse old clothes, make a piece of recycled jewellery, or do something with that fabulous piece of fabric you bought years ago. It's fashionable. You can save money and convert a product which has become useless into something of value and most importantly have fun.

Upholstery

To encourage students to develop their skills on a certain project.

Using your tablet

This course will look at how to get started with the tablet, how to download and use apps, books, games, browse the web, check and write emails. This course covers how to protect privacy and other security features.

Vocal health in the workplace

This five-week taster course will give you a basic grounding in using your voice safely and effectively in the workplace.

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 - Uwch 2 Bl.1

A 30 week, 2 hours a week course at advanced level, suitable for those who have completed the Uwch 1 Bl.1 course. Material 10

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.

Yoga

Yoga comes from the Sanskrit word meaning to unite and therefore implies perfect harmony of body, mind and spirit. The course is suitable for every stage of yoga and aims to give knowledge of yoga and fitness and brings with it many benefits.

Yoga for the over 50s

This course is designed to take into account the various aches and pains which accumulate as we get older. Learn some exercises to target trouble spots such as lower back pain, the techniques of relaxation, how to stretch safely to remain supple. Learn how to breathe with awareness which will give you mental focus and inner tranquility.







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