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Perfect your English or learn a new language, study the psychology of the human mind or discover the diverse history of this planet and its people in this broad and varied area. 

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A Level Geography

Geography is an exciting and ever changing, you will cover engaging contemporary issues such as tectonic hazards, coasts, globalisation and regeneration. You will cover themes such as changing landscapes and human development as well as dynamic landscapes and places, physical systems, sustainability and human systems and geopolitics.

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Where Next Content: 

You will have a wide range of study options at Higher Education and many career pathways including Urban or Rural Planning, Leisure & Tourism, Business, Teaching, Environmental Risk Management, Geo-Engineering, Government, Cartography.

Reason: 
Creative teaching
Reason 2: 
Supportive environment
Reason 3: 
Exciting fieldwork opportunities
Reason 4: 
Fantastic student resources
Reason 5: 
An exciting course equiping you with a deep understanding of the world
What will I Study: 

You will examine four study areas: Dynamic Landscapes - looking at tectonic processes and hazards; Dynamic Places - looking at globalisation and shaping places; Physical Systems and Sustainability - looking at the water cycle and water insecurity, the carbon cycle and energy security and climate change futures. Lastly Human Systems and Geopolitics - looking at superpowers and global development and connections

How will I be taught: 

You will have 4.5 hours of taught sessions in a week. Additionally you are expected to undertake a further 5.5 hours of additional reading and study per week. Classroom activities include group work, debates and exam focused sessions preparing you to apply your knowledge in the Geography exam. You also have opportunities to learn through Chi Online and in the college library. A Level Geography uses a system of Flipped Learning where you will learn some basic facts before the lesson and then your

How will I be assessed: 

This is a 2 year linear A Level where you are examined on the whole syllabus at the end of the second year. There will be 3 exams and a coursework element worth 20%. All year 1 students will progress through a Year 1 Gateway, which may include external exams, that will allow you to progress to Year 2.

Is Direct Enrol: 
No
Is Ucas Course: 
No
Is Loan Available: 
Yes
Course Level: 
Level 3
Qualification gained: 
Edexcel A level in Geography
Course Info Sheet URL: 
http://courseinfosheet.chichester.ac.uk/index.aspx?coursecode=LFS025
Entry requirements: 
Students need 5 GCSE's 9/A* - 4/C including English Language, Mathematics and preferably Science. You will require a good general Geography knowledge of places and human/physical processes in the world. You will also be required to complete a GCSE to A Level Transition Project, prior to enrolment.
Course Code: 
LFS025
Qualification Type: 
Subject Area Colour: 
key-color-engineering-salmon
Course Options: 
LFS025CD2A
LFS025CD1A
EBS Updated: 
Tuesday, August 20, 2019 - 20:03

A Level History

A Level History is excellent at embedding skills for a wide variety of careers. You will student The British Empire, c1857-1967 - this unit allows you to study, in breadth, issues of change, continuity, cause & consequence during this period. You will also study The Birth of the USA, 1760-1801 - this unit provides the opportunity for in-depth study of the years in which the 13 American colonies broke away from Great Britain and founded the USA. The third part is a historical investigation - this is a Non-exam assessment component.

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History is a highly regarded subject and is considered to be one of the leading subjects for progression into Higher Education. Careers in Research, Media, Heritage and Leisure sectors, Teaching, Journalism, Archaeologist as a Museum Curator, Historic Buildings Inspector, Archivist and many more.

Reason: 
A great opportunity to enhance historical knowledge
Reason 2: 
Improve and hone essential study skills
Reason 3: 
Prospect of studying at an outstanding college
Reason 4: 
Being taught by a passionate subject specialist
Reason 5: 
Gain a qualification that is well respected by employers & universities
What will I Study: 

Course units: Unit1J: The British Empire, c1857-1967 & Unit2G: The Birth of the USA, 1760-1801 Unit 3: Historical investigation Unit 1 is the breadth paper and gives you opportunities to learn how the British Empire became so large, how it influenced British attitudes and culture and the impact it had on indigenous peoples Unit 2 is the depth paper and will allow you to investigate why the American colonies chose to break away from Great Britain and how the Americans managed to found the USA. Unit 3 is the coursework element of the course. Students will have the opportunity to research Witchcraft in 16th Century or select a topic of their choice.

How will I be taught: 

Learning will take place with a combination of teacher led discussion, activity based student participation and plenty of discussion and debate. You will be encouraged to ask questions and explore your own interests within the topics. A Level History uses a system of Flipped Learning where you will learn some basic facts before the lesson and then your teacher will develop this knowledge through individual and group activities.

How will I be assessed: 

80% of the course is assessed via 5 hours of examinations at the end of this 2 year linear course. There is also a personal study of 3,000 - 3,500 words worth 20%. All year 1 students will progress through a Year 1 Gateway, which may include external exams, that will allow you to progress to Year 2.

Is Direct Enrol: 
No
Is Ucas Course: 
No
Is Loan Available: 
Yes
Course Level: 
Level 3
Qualification gained: 
AQA A level in History
Course Info Sheet URL: 
http://courseinfosheet.chichester.ac.uk/index.aspx?coursecode=LFS003
Entry requirements: 
You will need 5 GCSEs at 9/A* to 4/C including English Language and Maths. It is strongly recommended that you have a 4/C or above in History and an enquiring mind. You will also be required to complete a GCSE to A Level Transition Project prior to enrolment.
Course Code: 
LFS003
Qualification Type: 
Subject Area Colour: 
key-color-engineering-salmon
Course Options: 
LFS003CD1A
EBS Updated: 
Tuesday, August 20, 2019 - 20:03

Converse in French

Improve student’s command of spoken and written French while broadening knowledge of French culture. Tuesday Sessions: 16:00 - 18:00

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Open University.

Reason: 
Develop new skills and techniques
Reason 2: 
Meet new friends in a safe enviroment
Reason 3: 
Good range of facilities and services
Reason 4: 
Appropriate classroom/workshop
Reason 5: 
Course is structured and well managed with helpful feedback
What will I Study: 

The choice of topics will be discussed with the learners. Various authentic supports will be used and rarer tenses or more complex structures explained.

How will I be taught: 

One to one tuition within the group Individual/group discussion/evaluations of the practical work achieved

How will I be assessed: 

Continuous classroom assessment based on Recognising and Recording Progress and Achievement (RARPA)

Is Direct Enrol: 
Yes
Is Ucas Course: 
No
Is Loan Available: 
No
Course Level: 
Qualification gained: 
Converse in French
Course Info Sheet URL: 
http://courseinfosheet.chichester.ac.uk/index.aspx?coursecode=ADE162
Entry requirements: 
Learners who feel confident and want to put into practise their knowledge of French.
Course Code: 
ADE162
Qualification Type: 
Subject Area Colour: 
key-color-engineering-salmon
Course Options: 
ADE162CD1A
EBS Updated: 
Tuesday, August 20, 2019 - 20:00

Creative Writing

This course aims to introduce students to key aspects of creative writing such as plot, character and narrative voice. Thursday Evening Sessions: 18:00 - 20:00

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Further creative writing workshops and – who knows – perhaps a first novel!

Reason: 
Develop new skills and techniques
Reason 2: 
Meet new friends in a safe enviroment
Reason 3: 
Good range of facilities and services
Reason 4: 
Appropriate classroom/workshop
Reason 5: 
Course is structured and well managed with helpful feedback
What will I Study: 

Each week you will study one aspect of creative writing: creating character; devising plot; developing narrative voice; using language effectively. Through a series of fun and accessible writing exercises, you will explore each topic. You will use a variety of stimuli to inspire you, such as examples of other writer’s work, photos and objects. By the end of the course, you will have knowledge of a range of key writing techniques and you will have built up a portfolio of work. Please bring a pen, paper and your imagination!

How will I be taught: 

One to one tuition within the group Individual/group discussion/evaluations of the practical work achieved

How will I be assessed: 

Continuous classroom assessment based on Recognising and Recording Progress and Achievement (RARPA)

Is Direct Enrol: 
Yes
Is Ucas Course: 
No
Is Loan Available: 
No
Course Level: 
Qualification gained: 
Creative Writing
Course Info Sheet URL: 
http://courseinfosheet.chichester.ac.uk/index.aspx?coursecode=ADE757
Entry requirements: 
Anyone interested in creative writing. It will be useful for absolute beginners as well as more experienced writers.
Course Code: 
ADE757
Qualification Type: 
Subject Area Colour: 
key-color-engineering-salmon
Course Options: 
ADE757CE1A
EBS Updated: 
Tuesday, August 20, 2019 - 20:00

French - Intermediate

This course aims to build on existing knowledge and develop in all aspects. Tuesday Evening Sessions: 19:00 - 21:00

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French - Advanced

Reason: 
Develop new skills and techniques
Reason 2: 
Meet new friends in a safe enviroment
Reason 3: 
Good range of facilities and services
Reason 4: 
Appropriate classroom/workshop
Reason 5: 
Course is structured and well managed with helpful feedback
What will I Study: 

The content of the course will be adapted to the needs and tastes of the group. Work will be done on oral but also on written communication. Our aim is to provide courses which combine work and fun for a pleasant and efficient learning process.

How will I be taught: 

One to one tuition within the group Individual/group discussion/evaluations of the practical work achieved

How will I be assessed: 

Continuous classroom assessment based on Recognising and Recording Progress and Achievement (RARPA)

Is Direct Enrol: 
Yes
Is Ucas Course: 
No
Is Loan Available: 
No
Course Level: 
Qualification gained: 
French - Intermediate
Course Info Sheet URL: 
http://courseinfosheet.chichester.ac.uk/index.aspx?coursecode=ADE159
Entry requirements: 
Suitable for learners who have studied a language for two or three years.
Course Code: 
ADE159
Qualification Type: 
Subject Area Colour: 
key-color-engineering-salmon
Course Options: 
ADE159CE1A
EBS Updated: 
Tuesday, August 20, 2019 - 20:00

French for Beginners

This course aims to provide students with the opportunities needed to speak and understand French with confidence and to enjoy it too! Monday Sessions: 16:00 - 18:00

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French Intermediate

Reason: 
Develop new skills and techniques
Reason 2: 
Meet new friends in a safe enviroment
Reason 3: 
Good range of facilities and services
Reason 4: 
Appropriate classroom/workshop
Reason 5: 
Course is structured and well managed with helpful feedback
What will I Study: 

The emphasis will be on using French in a wide range of topics and situations. By the end of the course you will be able to get by in daily situations when you travel to France.

How will I be taught: 

One to one tuition within the group Individual/group discussion/evaluations of the practical work achieved

How will I be assessed: 

Continuous classroom assessment based on Recognising and Recording Progress and Achievement (RARPA)

Is Direct Enrol: 
Yes
Is Ucas Course: 
No
Is Loan Available: 
No
Course Level: 
Qualification gained: 
French for Beginners
Course Info Sheet URL: 
http://courseinfosheet.chichester.ac.uk/index.aspx?coursecode=ADE155
Entry requirements: 
For learners with little or no knowledge of French.
Course Code: 
ADE155
Qualification Type: 
Subject Area Colour: 
key-color-engineering-salmon
Course Options: 
ADE155CE1A
EBS Updated: 
Tuesday, August 20, 2019 - 20:00

Italian - Stage 2

This course aims to develop existing language skills and confidence. Monday Evening Sessions: 19:00- 21:00

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Italian Stage 3

Reason: 
Develop new skills and techniques
Reason 2: 
Meet new friends in a safe enviroment
Reason 3: 
Good range of facilities and services
Reason 4: 
Appropriate classroom/workshop
Reason 5: 
Course is structured and well managed with helpful feedback
What will I Study: 

We will practise listening, speaking, reading, and writing in a wide range of situations. We will also learn new vocabulary, expand our knowledge of grammar and consolidate studies from stage 1. Topics will include: Home life, work, travel, lifestyle, and social issues.

How will I be taught: 

One to one tuition within the group Individual/group discussion/evaluations of the practical work achieved

How will I be assessed: 

Continuous classroom assessment based on Recognising and Recording Progress and Achievement (RARPA)

Is Direct Enrol: 
Yes
Is Ucas Course: 
No
Is Loan Available: 
No
Course Level: 
Qualification gained: 
Italian - Stage 2
Course Info Sheet URL: 
http://courseinfosheet.chichester.ac.uk/index.aspx?coursecode=ADE587
Entry requirements: 
Suitable for learners who have completed a Beginners course or have studied a language for one or two years.
Course Code: 
ADE587
Qualification Type: 
Subject Area Colour: 
key-color-engineering-salmon
Course Options: 
ADE587CE1A
EBS Updated: 
Tuesday, August 20, 2019 - 20:00

Italian - Stage 3

Students who have studied for a couple of years recently or who learned Italian some time ago. Tuesday Evening Sessions: 19:00 - 21:00

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Italian Stage 3 - Advanced

Reason: 
Develop new skills and techniques
Reason 2: 
Meet new friends in a safe enviroment
Reason 3: 
Good range of facilities and services
Reason 4: 
Appropriate classroom/workshop
Reason 5: 
Course is structured and well managed with helpful feedback
What will I Study: 

We will practise listening, speaking, reading, and writing in a wide range of situations. We will also learn new vocabulary, expand our knowledge of grammar and consolidate studies from stage 2. Topics will include: Home life, work, travel, lifestyle, and social issues.

How will I be taught: 

One to one tuition within the group Individual/group discussion/evaluations of the practical work achieved

How will I be assessed: 

Continuous classroom assessment based on Recognising and Recording Progress and Achievement (RARPA)

Is Direct Enrol: 
Yes
Is Ucas Course: 
No
Is Loan Available: 
No
Course Level: 
Qualification gained: 
Italian - Stage 3
Course Info Sheet URL: 
http://courseinfosheet.chichester.ac.uk/index.aspx?coursecode=ADE172
Entry requirements: 
Suitable for learners who have studied a language for three or four years.
Course Code: 
ADE172
Qualification Type: 
Subject Area Colour: 
key-color-engineering-salmon
Course Options: 
ADE172CE1A
EBS Updated: 
Tuesday, August 20, 2019 - 20:00

Italian - Stage 3 Advanced

Improve students’ command of written and spoken Italian through texts, discussions, individual presentations, work in small groups, acquisition and revision of vocabulary and grammar. Thursday Evening Sessions: 19:00 - 21:00

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Italian Stage 4. There are not many classes in Italian for advanced level, which is why we have a number of returning students. Keep an eye on what is on offer locally, and on residential colleges (ARCA – Adult Residential Colleges Association).

Reason: 
Develop new skills and techniques
Reason 2: 
Meet new friends in a safe enviroment
Reason 3: 
Good range of facilities and services
Reason 4: 
Appropriate classroom/workshop
Reason 5: 
Course is structured and well managed with helpful feedback
What will I Study: 

We shall practise Italian through various activities: presentations and discussions; reading texts and articles; listening; watching excerpts from films and video clips. Spoken and written Italian will be constantly practised.

How will I be taught: 

One to one tuition within the group Individual/group discussion/evaluations of the practical work achieved

How will I be assessed: 

Continuous classroom assessment based on Recognising and Recording Progress and Achievement (RARPA)

Is Direct Enrol: 
Yes
Is Ucas Course: 
No
Is Loan Available: 
No
Course Level: 
Qualification gained: 
Italian - Stage 3 Advanced
Course Info Sheet URL: 
http://courseinfosheet.chichester.ac.uk/index.aspx?coursecode=ADE173
Entry requirements: 
Suitable for learners who have completed a Stage 4 course and are confident in the language.
Course Code: 
ADE173
Qualification Type: 
Subject Area Colour: 
key-color-engineering-salmon
Course Options: 
ADE173CD1A
EBS Updated: 
Tuesday, August 20, 2019 - 20:00

Italian - Stage 4

Increase the ability, knowledge and confidence in speaking, understanding, reading, listening and writing Italian. The course also aims to give students a better knowledge of the culture and traditions of Italy. Wednesday Evening Sessions: 19:00 - 21:00

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Where Next Content: 

There are not many classes in Italian for advanced level, which is why we have a number of returning students. Keep an eye on what is on offer locally, and on residential colleges (ARCA – Adult Residential Colleges Association).

Reason: 
Develop new skills and techniques
Reason 2: 
Meet new friends in a safe enviroment
Reason 3: 
Good range of facilities and services
Reason 4: 
Appropriate classroom/workshop
Reason 5: 
Course is structured and well managed with helpful feedback
What will I Study: 

We will practise listening, speaking, reading, and writing. We will also learn new vocabulary, expand our knowledge of grammar and consolidate studies from previous years. We will use different kinds of approach such as discussions, role-plays, videos, magazines, games, films etc. Italian culture and traditions will also be part of the course.

How will I be taught: 

One to one tuition within the group Individual/group discussion/evaluations of the practical work achieved

How will I be assessed: 

Continuous classroom assessment based on Recognising and Recording Progress and Achievement (RARPA)

Is Direct Enrol: 
Yes
Is Ucas Course: 
No
Is Loan Available: 
No
Course Level: 
Qualification gained: 
Italian - Stage 4
Course Info Sheet URL: 
http://courseinfosheet.chichester.ac.uk/index.aspx?coursecode=ADE167
Entry requirements: 
Suitable for learners who have studied a language for four years or more.
Course Code: 
ADE167
Qualification Type: 
Subject Area Colour: 
key-color-engineering-salmon
Course Options: 
ADE167CE1A
EBS Updated: 
Tuesday, August 20, 2019 - 20:00

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Humanities Courses

A Level Geography

Geography is an exciting and ever changing, you will cover engaging contemporary issues such as tectonic hazards, coasts, globalisation and regeneration. You will cover themes such as changing landscapes and human development as well as dynamic landscapes and places, physical systems, sustainability and human systems and geopolitics.

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Where Next Content: 

You will have a wide range of study options at Higher Education and many career pathways including Urban or Rural Planning, Leisure & Tourism, Business, Teaching, Environmental Risk Management, Geo-Engineering, Government, Cartography.

Reason: 
Creative teaching
Reason 2: 
Supportive environment
Reason 3: 
Exciting fieldwork opportunities
Reason 4: 
Fantastic student resources
Reason 5: 
An exciting course equiping you with a deep understanding of the world
What will I Study: 

You will examine four study areas: Dynamic Landscapes - looking at tectonic processes and hazards; Dynamic Places - looking at globalisation and shaping places; Physical Systems and Sustainability - looking at the water cycle and water insecurity, the carbon cycle and energy security and climate change futures. Lastly Human Systems and Geopolitics - looking at superpowers and global development and connections

How will I be taught: 

You will have 4.5 hours of taught sessions in a week. Additionally you are expected to undertake a further 5.5 hours of additional reading and study per week. Classroom activities include group work, debates and exam focused sessions preparing you to apply your knowledge in the Geography exam. You also have opportunities to learn through Chi Online and in the college library. A Level Geography uses a system of Flipped Learning where you will learn some basic facts before the lesson and then your

How will I be assessed: 

This is a 2 year linear A Level where you are examined on the whole syllabus at the end of the second year. There will be 3 exams and a coursework element worth 20%. All year 1 students will progress through a Year 1 Gateway, which may include external exams, that will allow you to progress to Year 2.

Is Direct Enrol: 
No
Is Ucas Course: 
No
Is Loan Available: 
Yes
Course Level: 
Level 3
Qualification gained: 
Edexcel A level in Geography
Course Info Sheet URL: 
http://courseinfosheet.chichester.ac.uk/index.aspx?coursecode=LFS025
Entry requirements: 
Students need 5 GCSE's 9/A* - 4/C including English Language, Mathematics and preferably Science. You will require a good general Geography knowledge of places and human/physical processes in the world. You will also be required to complete a GCSE to A Level Transition Project, prior to enrolment.
Course Code: 
LFS025
Qualification Type: 
Subject Area Colour: 
key-color-engineering-salmon
Course Options: 
LFS025CD2A
LFS025CD1A
EBS Updated: 
Tuesday, August 20, 2019 - 20:03

A Level History

A Level History is excellent at embedding skills for a wide variety of careers. You will student The British Empire, c1857-1967 - this unit allows you to study, in breadth, issues of change, continuity, cause & consequence during this period. You will also study The Birth of the USA, 1760-1801 - this unit provides the opportunity for in-depth study of the years in which the 13 American colonies broke away from Great Britain and founded the USA. The third part is a historical investigation - this is a Non-exam assessment component.

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History is a highly regarded subject and is considered to be one of the leading subjects for progression into Higher Education. Careers in Research, Media, Heritage and Leisure sectors, Teaching, Journalism, Archaeologist as a Museum Curator, Historic Buildings Inspector, Archivist and many more.

Reason: 
A great opportunity to enhance historical knowledge
Reason 2: 
Improve and hone essential study skills
Reason 3: 
Prospect of studying at an outstanding college
Reason 4: 
Being taught by a passionate subject specialist
Reason 5: 
Gain a qualification that is well respected by employers & universities
What will I Study: 

Course units: Unit1J: The British Empire, c1857-1967 & Unit2G: The Birth of the USA, 1760-1801 Unit 3: Historical investigation Unit 1 is the breadth paper and gives you opportunities to learn how the British Empire became so large, how it influenced British attitudes and culture and the impact it had on indigenous peoples Unit 2 is the depth paper and will allow you to investigate why the American colonies chose to break away from Great Britain and how the Americans managed to found the USA. Unit 3 is the coursework element of the course. Students will have the opportunity to research Witchcraft in 16th Century or select a topic of their choice.

How will I be taught: 

Learning will take place with a combination of teacher led discussion, activity based student participation and plenty of discussion and debate. You will be encouraged to ask questions and explore your own interests within the topics. A Level History uses a system of Flipped Learning where you will learn some basic facts before the lesson and then your teacher will develop this knowledge through individual and group activities.

How will I be assessed: 

80% of the course is assessed via 5 hours of examinations at the end of this 2 year linear course. There is also a personal study of 3,000 - 3,500 words worth 20%. All year 1 students will progress through a Year 1 Gateway, which may include external exams, that will allow you to progress to Year 2.

Is Direct Enrol: 
No
Is Ucas Course: 
No
Is Loan Available: 
Yes
Course Level: 
Level 3
Qualification gained: 
AQA A level in History
Course Info Sheet URL: 
http://courseinfosheet.chichester.ac.uk/index.aspx?coursecode=LFS003
Entry requirements: 
You will need 5 GCSEs at 9/A* to 4/C including English Language and Maths. It is strongly recommended that you have a 4/C or above in History and an enquiring mind. You will also be required to complete a GCSE to A Level Transition Project prior to enrolment.
Course Code: 
LFS003
Qualification Type: 
Subject Area Colour: 
key-color-engineering-salmon
Course Options: 
LFS003CD1A
EBS Updated: 
Tuesday, August 20, 2019 - 20:03

Languages Courses

Converse in French

Improve student’s command of spoken and written French while broadening knowledge of French culture. Tuesday Sessions: 16:00 - 18:00

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Where Next Content: 

Open University.

Reason: 
Develop new skills and techniques
Reason 2: 
Meet new friends in a safe enviroment
Reason 3: 
Good range of facilities and services
Reason 4: 
Appropriate classroom/workshop
Reason 5: 
Course is structured and well managed with helpful feedback
What will I Study: 

The choice of topics will be discussed with the learners. Various authentic supports will be used and rarer tenses or more complex structures explained.

How will I be taught: 

One to one tuition within the group Individual/group discussion/evaluations of the practical work achieved

How will I be assessed: 

Continuous classroom assessment based on Recognising and Recording Progress and Achievement (RARPA)

Is Direct Enrol: 
Yes
Is Ucas Course: 
No
Is Loan Available: 
No
Course Level: 
Qualification gained: 
Converse in French
Course Info Sheet URL: 
http://courseinfosheet.chichester.ac.uk/index.aspx?coursecode=ADE162
Entry requirements: 
Learners who feel confident and want to put into practise their knowledge of French.
Course Code: 
ADE162
Qualification Type: 
Subject Area Colour: 
key-color-engineering-salmon
Course Options: 
ADE162CD1A
EBS Updated: 
Tuesday, August 20, 2019 - 20:00

Creative Writing

This course aims to introduce students to key aspects of creative writing such as plot, character and narrative voice. Thursday Evening Sessions: 18:00 - 20:00

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Where Next Content: 

Further creative writing workshops and – who knows – perhaps a first novel!

Reason: 
Develop new skills and techniques
Reason 2: 
Meet new friends in a safe enviroment
Reason 3: 
Good range of facilities and services
Reason 4: 
Appropriate classroom/workshop
Reason 5: 
Course is structured and well managed with helpful feedback
What will I Study: 

Each week you will study one aspect of creative writing: creating character; devising plot; developing narrative voice; using language effectively. Through a series of fun and accessible writing exercises, you will explore each topic. You will use a variety of stimuli to inspire you, such as examples of other writer’s work, photos and objects. By the end of the course, you will have knowledge of a range of key writing techniques and you will have built up a portfolio of work. Please bring a pen, paper and your imagination!

How will I be taught: 

One to one tuition within the group Individual/group discussion/evaluations of the practical work achieved

How will I be assessed: 

Continuous classroom assessment based on Recognising and Recording Progress and Achievement (RARPA)

Is Direct Enrol: 
Yes
Is Ucas Course: 
No
Is Loan Available: 
No
Course Level: 
Qualification gained: 
Creative Writing
Course Info Sheet URL: 
http://courseinfosheet.chichester.ac.uk/index.aspx?coursecode=ADE757
Entry requirements: 
Anyone interested in creative writing. It will be useful for absolute beginners as well as more experienced writers.
Course Code: 
ADE757
Qualification Type: 
Subject Area Colour: 
key-color-engineering-salmon
Course Options: 
ADE757CE1A
EBS Updated: 
Tuesday, August 20, 2019 - 20:00

French - Intermediate

This course aims to build on existing knowledge and develop in all aspects. Tuesday Evening Sessions: 19:00 - 21:00

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Where Next Content: 

French - Advanced

Reason: 
Develop new skills and techniques
Reason 2: 
Meet new friends in a safe enviroment
Reason 3: 
Good range of facilities and services
Reason 4: 
Appropriate classroom/workshop
Reason 5: 
Course is structured and well managed with helpful feedback
What will I Study: 

The content of the course will be adapted to the needs and tastes of the group. Work will be done on oral but also on written communication. Our aim is to provide courses which combine work and fun for a pleasant and efficient learning process.

How will I be taught: 

One to one tuition within the group Individual/group discussion/evaluations of the practical work achieved

How will I be assessed: 

Continuous classroom assessment based on Recognising and Recording Progress and Achievement (RARPA)

Is Direct Enrol: 
Yes
Is Ucas Course: 
No
Is Loan Available: 
No
Course Level: 
Qualification gained: 
French - Intermediate
Course Info Sheet URL: 
http://courseinfosheet.chichester.ac.uk/index.aspx?coursecode=ADE159
Entry requirements: 
Suitable for learners who have studied a language for two or three years.
Course Code: 
ADE159
Qualification Type: 
Subject Area Colour: 
key-color-engineering-salmon
Course Options: 
ADE159CE1A
EBS Updated: 
Tuesday, August 20, 2019 - 20:00

French for Beginners

This course aims to provide students with the opportunities needed to speak and understand French with confidence and to enjoy it too! Monday Sessions: 16:00 - 18:00

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Where Next Content: 

French Intermediate

Reason: 
Develop new skills and techniques
Reason 2: 
Meet new friends in a safe enviroment
Reason 3: 
Good range of facilities and services
Reason 4: 
Appropriate classroom/workshop
Reason 5: 
Course is structured and well managed with helpful feedback
What will I Study: 

The emphasis will be on using French in a wide range of topics and situations. By the end of the course you will be able to get by in daily situations when you travel to France.

How will I be taught: 

One to one tuition within the group Individual/group discussion/evaluations of the practical work achieved

How will I be assessed: 

Continuous classroom assessment based on Recognising and Recording Progress and Achievement (RARPA)

Is Direct Enrol: 
Yes
Is Ucas Course: 
No
Is Loan Available: 
No
Course Level: 
Qualification gained: 
French for Beginners
Course Info Sheet URL: 
http://courseinfosheet.chichester.ac.uk/index.aspx?coursecode=ADE155
Entry requirements: 
For learners with little or no knowledge of French.
Course Code: 
ADE155
Qualification Type: 
Subject Area Colour: 
key-color-engineering-salmon
Course Options: 
ADE155CE1A
EBS Updated: 
Tuesday, August 20, 2019 - 20:00

Italian - Stage 2

This course aims to develop existing language skills and confidence. Monday Evening Sessions: 19:00- 21:00

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Italian Stage 3

Reason: 
Develop new skills and techniques
Reason 2: 
Meet new friends in a safe enviroment
Reason 3: 
Good range of facilities and services
Reason 4: 
Appropriate classroom/workshop
Reason 5: 
Course is structured and well managed with helpful feedback
What will I Study: 

We will practise listening, speaking, reading, and writing in a wide range of situations. We will also learn new vocabulary, expand our knowledge of grammar and consolidate studies from stage 1. Topics will include: Home life, work, travel, lifestyle, and social issues.

How will I be taught: 

One to one tuition within the group Individual/group discussion/evaluations of the practical work achieved

How will I be assessed: 

Continuous classroom assessment based on Recognising and Recording Progress and Achievement (RARPA)

Is Direct Enrol: 
Yes
Is Ucas Course: 
No
Is Loan Available: 
No
Course Level: 
Qualification gained: 
Italian - Stage 2
Course Info Sheet URL: 
http://courseinfosheet.chichester.ac.uk/index.aspx?coursecode=ADE587
Entry requirements: 
Suitable for learners who have completed a Beginners course or have studied a language for one or two years.
Course Code: 
ADE587
Qualification Type: 
Subject Area Colour: 
key-color-engineering-salmon
Course Options: 
ADE587CE1A
EBS Updated: 
Tuesday, August 20, 2019 - 20:00

Italian - Stage 3

Students who have studied for a couple of years recently or who learned Italian some time ago. Tuesday Evening Sessions: 19:00 - 21:00

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Italian Stage 3 - Advanced

Reason: 
Develop new skills and techniques
Reason 2: 
Meet new friends in a safe enviroment
Reason 3: 
Good range of facilities and services
Reason 4: 
Appropriate classroom/workshop
Reason 5: 
Course is structured and well managed with helpful feedback
What will I Study: 

We will practise listening, speaking, reading, and writing in a wide range of situations. We will also learn new vocabulary, expand our knowledge of grammar and consolidate studies from stage 2. Topics will include: Home life, work, travel, lifestyle, and social issues.

How will I be taught: 

One to one tuition within the group Individual/group discussion/evaluations of the practical work achieved

How will I be assessed: 

Continuous classroom assessment based on Recognising and Recording Progress and Achievement (RARPA)

Is Direct Enrol: 
Yes
Is Ucas Course: 
No
Is Loan Available: 
No
Course Level: 
Qualification gained: 
Italian - Stage 3
Course Info Sheet URL: 
http://courseinfosheet.chichester.ac.uk/index.aspx?coursecode=ADE172
Entry requirements: 
Suitable for learners who have studied a language for three or four years.
Course Code: 
ADE172
Qualification Type: 
Subject Area Colour: 
key-color-engineering-salmon
Course Options: 
ADE172CE1A
EBS Updated: 
Tuesday, August 20, 2019 - 20:00

Italian - Stage 3 Advanced

Improve students’ command of written and spoken Italian through texts, discussions, individual presentations, work in small groups, acquisition and revision of vocabulary and grammar. Thursday Evening Sessions: 19:00 - 21:00

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Italian Stage 4. There are not many classes in Italian for advanced level, which is why we have a number of returning students. Keep an eye on what is on offer locally, and on residential colleges (ARCA – Adult Residential Colleges Association).

Reason: 
Develop new skills and techniques
Reason 2: 
Meet new friends in a safe enviroment
Reason 3: 
Good range of facilities and services
Reason 4: 
Appropriate classroom/workshop
Reason 5: 
Course is structured and well managed with helpful feedback
What will I Study: 

We shall practise Italian through various activities: presentations and discussions; reading texts and articles; listening; watching excerpts from films and video clips. Spoken and written Italian will be constantly practised.

How will I be taught: 

One to one tuition within the group Individual/group discussion/evaluations of the practical work achieved

How will I be assessed: 

Continuous classroom assessment based on Recognising and Recording Progress and Achievement (RARPA)

Is Direct Enrol: 
Yes
Is Ucas Course: 
No
Is Loan Available: 
No
Course Level: 
Qualification gained: 
Italian - Stage 3 Advanced
Course Info Sheet URL: 
http://courseinfosheet.chichester.ac.uk/index.aspx?coursecode=ADE173
Entry requirements: 
Suitable for learners who have completed a Stage 4 course and are confident in the language.
Course Code: 
ADE173
Qualification Type: 
Subject Area Colour: 
key-color-engineering-salmon
Course Options: 
ADE173CD1A
EBS Updated: 
Tuesday, August 20, 2019 - 20:00

Italian - Stage 4

Increase the ability, knowledge and confidence in speaking, understanding, reading, listening and writing Italian. The course also aims to give students a better knowledge of the culture and traditions of Italy. Wednesday Evening Sessions: 19:00 - 21:00

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There are not many classes in Italian for advanced level, which is why we have a number of returning students. Keep an eye on what is on offer locally, and on residential colleges (ARCA – Adult Residential Colleges Association).

Reason: 
Develop new skills and techniques
Reason 2: 
Meet new friends in a safe enviroment
Reason 3: 
Good range of facilities and services
Reason 4: 
Appropriate classroom/workshop
Reason 5: 
Course is structured and well managed with helpful feedback
What will I Study: 

We will practise listening, speaking, reading, and writing. We will also learn new vocabulary, expand our knowledge of grammar and consolidate studies from previous years. We will use different kinds of approach such as discussions, role-plays, videos, magazines, games, films etc. Italian culture and traditions will also be part of the course.

How will I be taught: 

One to one tuition within the group Individual/group discussion/evaluations of the practical work achieved

How will I be assessed: 

Continuous classroom assessment based on Recognising and Recording Progress and Achievement (RARPA)

Is Direct Enrol: 
Yes
Is Ucas Course: 
No
Is Loan Available: 
No
Course Level: 
Qualification gained: 
Italian - Stage 4
Course Info Sheet URL: 
http://courseinfosheet.chichester.ac.uk/index.aspx?coursecode=ADE167
Entry requirements: 
Suitable for learners who have studied a language for four years or more.
Course Code: 
ADE167
Qualification Type: 
Subject Area Colour: 
key-color-engineering-salmon
Course Options: 
ADE167CE1A
EBS Updated: 
Tuesday, August 20, 2019 - 20:00

Italian for Beginners

Provide students with the opportunities needed to speak and understand Italian with confidence and to enjoy it too! Wednesday Evening Sessions: 19:00 - 21:00

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Italian Stage 2

Reason: 
Develop new skills and techniques
Reason 2: 
Meet new friends in a safe enviroment
Reason 3: 
Good range of facilities and services
Reason 4: 
Appropriate classroom/workshop
Reason 5: 
Course is structured and well managed with helpful feedback
What will I Study: 

The emphasis will be on using Italian in a wide range of topics and daily situations. Weekly homework will be set to consolidate what is learnt in class.

How will I be taught: 

One to one tuition within the group Individual/group discussion/evaluations of the practical work achieved

How will I be assessed: 

Continuous classroom assessment based on Recognising and Recording Progress and Achievement (RARPA)

Is Direct Enrol: 
Yes
Is Ucas Course: 
No
Is Loan Available: 
No
Course Level: 
Qualification gained: 
Italian for Beginners
Course Info Sheet URL: 
http://courseinfosheet.chichester.ac.uk/index.aspx?coursecode=ADE194
Entry requirements: 
Suitable for learners who have very little or no experience.
Course Code: 
ADE194
Qualification Type: 
Subject Area Colour: 
key-color-engineering-salmon
Course Options: 
ADE194CE1A
EBS Updated: 
Tuesday, August 20, 2019 - 20:00

Japanese - Intermediate

Enable students to converse at Intermediate's level and get to know the culture. Wednesday Evening session: 19:00 - 21:00

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Learners may wish to progress further onto other language courses at College.

Reason: 
Develop new skills and techniques
Reason 2: 
Meet new friends in a safe enviroment
Reason 3: 
Good range of facilities and services
Reason 4: 
Appropriate classromm/workshop
Reason 5: 
Course is structured and well managed with helpful feedback
What will I Study: 

This course aims to introduce learners to essential grammar to enable to converse, recognise Hiragana, some Kanji (possibly Katakana) to read and write some sentences, and understand Japanese culture and society.

How will I be taught: 

Practical demonstrations led by the tutor; one-to-one tuition within the group; individual/group discussion/evaluations of the practical work achieved.

How will I be assessed: 

Continuous classroom assessment based on Recognising and Recording Progress and Achievement (RARPA)

Is Direct Enrol: 
Yes
Is Ucas Course: 
No
Is Loan Available: 
No
Course Level: 
Qualification gained: 
Japanese - Intermediate
Course Info Sheet URL: 
http://courseinfosheet.chichester.ac.uk/index.aspx?coursecode=ADE175
Entry requirements: 
This course if for learners who have studied a beginner’s course or who have studied Lesson 1 - Lesson 9 from “Japanese for Busy People 1”.
Course Code: 
ADE175
Qualification Type: 
Subject Area Colour: 
key-color-engineering-salmon
Course Options: 
ADE175CE1A
EBS Updated: 
Tuesday, August 20, 2019 - 20:00

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What can I study?

  • history and classical civilisation
  • geography and geology
  • english language, literature and creative writing
  • languages
  • film studies and communication & culture
  • religious studies, psychology and sociology

Your Future

Depending on your chosen area, you could end up working in a huge range of different fields, from research, teaching and marketing in a variety of industries, to specialising in your area as a film critic, historian or geologist, to name only a few. 


What will I be doing?

Anything from office or practice based work, either self employed or in a large company, to working outdoors or travelling internationally. So many options and roles are open to you, all depending on your chosen area of expertise. Many humanities and social science subjects also give you the chance to improve your skills and knowledge further at university.


What skills will I need?

You'll need good communication, analytical and critical thinking skills for all areas, as well as passion and an interest in your chosen subject.