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This one-day glass jewellery masterclass is designed as an introduction to the various techniques involved in creating fused glass pieces, guiding you through the fundamentals of glass cutting, assembly, inclusions, kiln firing and slumping as well as creating voids & bubbles. A great introduction for beginners or artists to experiment while producing your own masterpiece using sheet glass, frits, stringers and wire.
ONLY FOR LEARNERS TO GLAZE BISQUE-FIRED WORK MADE WITHIN THE COLLEGE (this course does not involve crafting work from scratch, only glazing). This course would be perfect for those learners who have taken an intensive wheel throwing course or very useful for current learners who need an extra session to glaze work not completed in their class. Those totally new to ceramics will be given tuition in basic dipping and pouring glazing techniques.
This is a one day course celebrating everything that is Christmas. On this course you will learn how to make a chocolate Swiss roll and turn it into a traditional chocolate log. You will also make Christmas biscuits and sweets, which can be used as gifts and are ideal treats to have on the run up to Christmas.
This is a Christmas taster course designed to inspire makers through a short course on how to make a Christmas decoration
This course is suitable if you already speak and write everyday English. It covers the four language skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking, although the main focus is on improving your reading and writing skills.
This Course is great for beginners, or those with little experience. It will introduce you to the technical and creative skills used in the Fashion Design industry.
This course is for you if you have an interest in Finance and Accountancy, and would like to gain higher qualifications and eventually pursue a career in this field.
A course content appropriate for the student's age, interest, and ability offering opportunities to learn some basic cooking skills, learn about healthy eating, shopping and the use of money as well as some literacy and numeracy.
This is a course is part of our provision for those with learning difficulties or disabilities. You will visit interesting places - plan your visit - plan your route - work in a group - gain a qualification.
This evening ceramics course introduces the basic hand building and wheel throwing techniques through practical demonstration and guidance. Learners will also gain skills in glazing.
This is a course is part of our provision for those with learning difficulties or disabilities. You will learn to read simple words - write your name and address - prepare for reading and writing in the main college.
This is an appropriate course for people who do not know numbers and cannot do simple sums or work with money.
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