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For further information on all courses please call 01902 558180 or email email@example.com
Enrolling throughout September – courses starting soon
Hat making and cookery
Hat making and cookery. Learn and develop new creative skills. You can pursue an interest, progress to qualifications or prepare for employment or self-employment in the creative industries. Taking part in group creative activities can also help improve your health and wellbeing. We have classes at all levels to suit people of all abilities, interests and ambitions.
Learn how to look at, appreciate and understand art & design. Learn how to plan a visit to an art gallery, how to give opinions on art work seen and how to understand terminology relevant to a particular art movement or design style. The course is suitable for anyone who would like to learn more about Art from the Renaissance to the present day. Seasoned gallery visitors, practitioners, the art curious, and beginners are all welcome.
Looking at Art
Visit and be inspired by staff who work at 4 of the region’s most well-known art galleries namely Wolverhampton Art gallery, the Barber Institute of Fine Arts at the University of Birmingham, The New Art Gallery Walsall and at Ikon gallery in Birmingham. Each week will focus on a different aspect of art, a specific movement or theory. You’ll be taken on a walk through art history and encouraged to talk about work you like and work you don’t.
Taking part in group creative activities can help improve your health, wellbeing and enjoyment of life, whilst you learn and develop new skills. “Like Minds” classes are FREE and ideal if you are recovering from stress, anxiety or mild depression. They can help with issues of confidence and provide respite for carers. Many previous students on these courses have returned to employment or further training. You will need a referral from your GP, Nurse or Healthcare Professional. You can enrol for 5 weeks at a time at the end of which you will need to move to another subject. Subjects include flower craft, painting and drawing, arts and crafts, pottery, singing and music and yoga.
Childcare Level 2 (Certificate in Children and Young Peoples’ Workforce)
This course is for those who work, or who want to work, in a wide range of children’s settings. Example roles include: Care Worker, Child-minder and Nursery Nurse.
It has been designed to:
• provide the practical skills and knowledge required to work with children
• provide an awareness of the range of jobs and work settings in this sector
• encourage students to reach a level of knowledge and skills that will enable progress into further vocational learning or to potential employment
• provide opportunities for progression to further learning
Please contact for further information 01902 558180 or speak to the team on 01902 558304
Work Experience in opportunities in Italy - Erasmus +
We offer the opportunity for students to carry out a work placement in Italy through our ERASMUS+ project which is funded by the European Union. 38 students have already taken up this opportunity with us and found that it enhances their skills, job opportunities and confidence. As part of the programme you will learn basic Italian here in Wolverhampton to give you a head start before going out to Italy.
Areas of work experience include: Food and Hospitality, Child Care, Supporting Teaching and Learning, Creative Industries and others.
For more information and eligibility criteria, contact Judith Heywood on: firstname.lastname@example.org
You will work mainly in pairs practicing parts of Indian Head Massage routine. We also look at other ways to relax such as listening to suitable music and guided visualisation.