14 courses found
Learn basic painting techniques required to paint birds, flowers and landscapes.
Collagraph is a loose term meaning a print made out of collage. An experimental form of printmaking which involves adding layers to or cutting into a printing plate. The plate can then be used to make a relief print or put through a press as an intaglio print.
Paper craft, jewellery making and textiles taster sessions that will inspire participants to explore their creativity. The creative industries are one of the fastest growing parts of the UK economy. Your individual creativity, skill and talent has the potential to increase your income and even create employment. Creative expression can also foster mental well-being, help us cope with stress and boost our self-esteem. During this course you’ll explore a few simple but hugely effective paper craft, textiles and jewellery making techniques to create a range of professional looking products that you can be proud of.
A course for the artistic photographer looking for inspiration: make your pictures different! Suitable for mixed ability and equipment During this course you will discover a range of celebrated photographers’ work and explore their styles and methods in your own images. Some camera use will be covered and you will be expected to work independently between sessions to develop your own ideas. The course will be led by you – so if you have an area of interest, let us know and we will try to cover it.
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.
Examining history as a mix of fact and fiction.
To enable learners to work and communicate online in a safe and responsible manner with an awareness of their personal digital footprint. Interact safely online, learn how to protect your personal information and use security to protect your digital devices and information.
This is a course for those who have never used a computer but who would like to have a go. The course aims to develop some of the basic skills required to begin using a computer and tablet. This is a course for complete beginners who want to learn at their own pace in a friendly, relaxed environment. Accreditation available.
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.
This course will be delivered on line. There may be some classroom content. It is aimed at L1 and L2 Literacy learners who wish to focus on passing the Essential Skills Wales exam.
This qualification covers: the different roles in ensuring that food ingredients and allergens are effectively managed; common allergens and intolerances; procedures relating to the accurate communication of ingredient information, from supplier to consumer; hygiene considerations with regard to allergen and ingredient control; and procedures relating to the control of contamination and cross-contamination of allergenic ingredients.
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.
Explores the events and personalities of the 17th century civil wars, with particular reference to Pembrokeshire and Wales. Explore history in relaxed and supported surroundings.
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.